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Laura Arnote
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Attended Smith Cotton High School
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Goodbye Kittie! She lived well in the 17 years she was on this earth.
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Tesla's New Product: The Powerwall Home Battery

+Tesla Motors’ new Powerwall announcement was slightly unforeseen, but not an entirely surprising addition to Tesla’s product line. The recent announcement by Elon Musk is a battery for your entire home.

#Tesla   #SolarPower   #battery   #energy  
Tesla’s new Powerwall announcement was slightly unforeseen, but not an entirely surprising addition to Tesla’s product line. The recent announcement by Elon Musk is a battery for your entire home.
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NASA may just have found that breakthrough that allows spaceflights to Mars in weeks rather than months.  A new electromagnetic drive has been tested in a vacuum like that of Space and works.  In fact it produces thrust levels about a thousand times that of exiting ion propulsion engines.  

Even more importantly, the thrust levels would allow spacecraft to reach just about 10% of the speed of light.  That would make interstellar travel to nearby stars possible.   The drive was developed almost 15 years ago by a small engineering firm and has been slowly gathering notice and believers.  Now, NASA's own engineers have tested a prototype.  Almost impossibly, it works.  You'll want to read this report carefully and also read this link, embedded in the article's text.  http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2015/04/evaluating-nasas-futuristic-em-drive/ 

Major news services and newspapers have not picked up on this yet, especially on the test of the engine in a vacuum, where the drive was supposed to have experienced difficulties.
A very good read and one to look into. 

If this ends up working on a larger scale, planetary manned missions would be only about a third of the launch weight that they might be if launched with today's chemical rockets. They would require much less fuel because they could fly into lower orbits with the new electromagnetic engines boosting them higher up and taking them to escape velocity. Such an engine could be mounted on the International Space Station and keep it in a higher orbit indefinitely.  This would end the recurring boosts it needs by supply missions and crew missions to boost its orbit. It would also lead to much less stress on the ISS structure.  The station would last much longer.

#interplanetary #spaceexploration #spacecraft #interstellar #nasa #paradigmshift  
Last year, NASA’s advanced propulsion research wing made headlines by announcing the successful test of a physics-defying electromagnetic drive, or EM drive. Now, this futuristic engine, which could in theory propel objects to near-relativistic speeds, has been shown to work inside a space-like vacuum.
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Lunch with daddy at Hardee's!
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The Senate report didn't do a great job of assigning blame. Dick Cheney helps with that.
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GOOD FOR YOU GOVERNOR AND NOW HOW ABOUT THE GOVERNORS FROM THE OTHER STATES FOLLOWING SUIT? COME ON GOVERNOR SCOTT DO NOT ALLOW OBAMA'S BULLSHIT!
Greg Abbott isn't putting up with Obama's new military exercises in cities across the US.
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Respiratory Therapist
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  • Centerpoint Med Center
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  • Independence Regional
  • Pettis County Health Center
  • MO State Fair Photography
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I'm 24 years old, married to the love of my life (Paul Arnote).  I love going to  concerts, hanging out with friends, hiking, fishing, anything outdoors when the weather is nice.  I have been told i'm a very good cook, and can bake just about anything!  :)
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  • Smith Cotton High School
  • State Fair Community College
  • Concorde Career Institute
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March 10