SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

'BatTram' the world's coolest futuristic tram ever? VIDEO


The futuristic-looking glossy black streetcar produced by a leading tank factory in Russia has been touring the country in a bid to attract future buyers. A new video featuring the R1 at a Moscow industry expo has been released.
Hover Car, the flying two-seater VIDEO
Eratosthenes calculation for the size of the earth around 240 BC VIDEO


Eratosthenes, a Greek astronomer from Hellenistic Libya (276–194 BC), estimated Earth's circumference around 240 BC. He had heard that in Syene the Sun was directly overhead at the summer solstice whereas in Alexandria it still cast a shadow. Using the differing angles the shadows made as the basis of his trigonometric calculations he estimated a circumference of around 250,000 stades. The length of a 'stade' is not precisely known, but Eratosthenes' figure only has an error of around five to fifteen percent.

Eratosthenes used rough estimates and round numbers, but depending on the length of the stadion, his result is within a margin of between 2% and 20% of the actual meridional circumference, 40,008 kilometres (24,860 mi). Note that Eratosthenes could only measure the circumference of the Earth by assuming that the distance to the Sun is so great that the rays of sunlight are essentially parallel.
The Frozen Zoo VIDEO
Driverless car competition kicks off in China VIDEO
Polish company creates interactive screen made out of water vapor VIDEO
Speed of Light: Dazzling sun-powered vehicles showcased ahead of solar race VIDEO
Bionic Bird: Touch The Sky VIDEO


‘Back to the Future’-style hoverboard comes to life VIDEO
PARTICLE FEVER - Official Trailer (2014) HD VIDEO


The vast sums being spent at Cerne may be justified by the global political leaders and the high flying scientists eating up the world's resources on the most expensive scientific experiment in history. However the billions of poor across the planet may not have the slightest understanding of how such extreme spending impacts on their lives as despite science becoming more and more complex those same scientists have done little to increase the inclusion of a global population surviving on the very edge of life.

We cannot see any justification for spending billions on these experiments while so many across the world live in abject poverty and who see little priority from the global leaders funding these abstract projects into the billions.


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"Particle Fever succeeds on every level" - The Hollywood Reporter

Imagine being able to watch as Edison turned on the first light bulb, or as Franklin received his first jolt of electricity. For the first time, a film gives audiences a front row seat to a significant and inspiring scientific breakthrough as it happens. Particle Fever follows six brilliant scientists during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider, marking the start-up of the biggest and most expensive experiment in the history of the planet, pushing the edge of human innovation.

As they seek to unravel the mysteries of the universe, 10,000 scientists from over 100 countries joined forces in pursuit of a single goal: to recreate conditions that existed just moments after the Big Bang and find the Higgs boson, potentially explaining the origin of all matter. But our heroes confront an even bigger challenge: have we reached our limit in understanding why we exist? Directed by Mark Levinson, a physicist turned filmmaker, and masterfully edited by Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, The English Patient), Particle Fever is a celebration of discovery, revealing the very human stories behind this epic machine.
Pilots, Doctors and Scientists Tell Truth about Chemtrails VIDEO
The Story Of Earth And Life VIDEO
Invisibility Cloak VIDEO
3D printed racing car VIDEO
FitWet Bike Combines Stationary Bike and Hot Tub VIDEO
Fresh Air Plus Toilet Seat VIDEO
Hoverbikes the future of transport? VIDEO
More vast sums spent on FIXING the Large Hadron Collider VIDEO


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Dangerous GU10 LED Spot Light is Cheap and Bright but could Kill You VIDEO
Robot take over VIDEO
Next Future Terrifying Technology VIDEO
Freego One Wheel Balance Scooter UV04D VIDEO
Giant Chinese 3D printer builds 10 houses in just 1 day VIDEO


A Chinese company is using 3D-printed blocks to build cheap and quickly assembled houses as a possible solution to the urgent problem of modernizing housing conditions in Chinese villages. The blocks are made from a mixture of sand, concrete and glass fiber, materials processed from common construction waste, which is pumped layer after layer through the top of a 6.6-meter-tall, 32-meter-long industrial printer.
Electric Jet Engine Snowboard VIDEO
New internal combustion engine design to boost electric cars range VIDEO
Microsoft to stop Windows XP support VIDEO


The best of all the windows systems is being dropped by microsoft.
It just as well it's not a car that you could no longer get spares for.
Taser Drone VIDEO
DJI - Introducing the Spreading Wings S1000 VIDEO


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    BLAZE! safety bicycle light VIDEO


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    After LEDs come OLEDs, Organic Light Emitting Diodes. Spread extremely thin and sandwiched between glass plates, with electrical current the whole surface lights up. The thinner they can make it the brighter it becomes. The plates can be arranged in any pattern, even to build 3D sculptures within the light housings. OLEDs can also be used on the car’s exterior to illuminate the door handles or main contours as the driver approaches.

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    Curved TVs, smart watches and robot fridges on show in Las Vegas VIDEO
    Best and worst tablets of 2013 VIDEO
    Swedish students unveil invisible cycle helmet VIDEO
    Professor Peter Higgs Q&A at The Science Museum: Higgs Boson VIDEO
    Stephen Hawking: The Science Museum (starts at 16.30) VIDEO
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    2014 Toyota electric i-Road VIDEO
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    Costa Concordia time lapse as it's pulled off rocks in Italy VIDEO
    The power of quadcopters VIDEO


    In a robot lab at TEDGlobal, Raffaello D'Andrea demos his flying quadcopters: robots that think like athletes, solving physical problems with algorithms that help them learn. In a series of nifty demos, D'Andrea show drones that play catch, balance and make decisions together -- and watch out for an I-want-this-now demo of Kinect-controlled quads.
    Is The Cost Of Nuclear Energy Greater Than The Benefits? VIDEO
    World's Smallest Drone VIDEO
    600mph train from Los Angeles to San Francisco proposed VIDEO
    Solar Revolution VIDEO
    'Invisibility suit' that promises to protect surfers from sharks VIDEO
    Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of the Brain VIDEO
    Neodymium Magnets Magnetic Ball Spins for over five minutes (low friction bearing) VIDEO


    This magnet video illustrates the low friction from a magnetic connection. The powerful Neodymium Magnets are rated at 87-112 pounds of pull force. I have smashed my fingers 4 times. They are really dangerous.

    The balls are regular steel ball bearings and are NOT magnets. The smaller ones are 3/4 inch and the large ones are 2 inch x 2 pound steel ball bearings. They become magnetized when entering the magnetic field. The further away from the original magnetic field, the lower resistance the steel balls experience. There is an optimal distance based in the weight of the final ball. I am not sure what application this can be used for if any but it is quite amazing for a 5:37 hand spin.
    The JET Bicycle - The most dangerous unsafe bike EVER VIDEO
    China unveils world's most powerful computer VIDEO
    UK inventors create flying bicycle VIDEO
    Riding the Superconducting 320 MPH Maglev Train - Linear Motor Car VIDEO
    The World Wide Web Celebrates Its 20th Birthday VIDEO


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    First 3D Printed Car Body Goes For A Test Drive VIDEO
    Cubify 3D printing car wheel in 4 hours VIDEO
    Motorhome Doubleback VW Camper VIDEO
    3D Systems Cube 3D printer misses the mark VIDEO


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  • NEODYMIUM MAGNET AND COPPER PIPE VIDEO


    The magnet and the tube create what's known as a "eddy current" This creates a force against the magnet causing it to drop slowly
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    Smaller & Faster: Next generation computer tech VIDEO
    DEADLY RADIOACTIVE BULLSHIT VIDEO
    Laser weapon mounted on US Navy warship VIDEO
    AMS: Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer State-of-the-Art Particle Physics Detector VIDEO


    THERE SEEMS TO BE NO SHORTAGE OF MONEY FOR THESE EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIMENTS

    The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer is a state-of-the-art particle physics detector being operated by an international team composed of 60 institutes from 16 countries and organized under United States Department of Energy (DOE) sponsorship. It uses the unique environment of space to advance knowledge of the universe and lead to the understanding of the universe's origin.
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    The Hunt For Higgs VIDEO
    THE NEW HISTORY OF HUMANITY PART 1 VIDEO
    COGGING EFFECT VIDEO


    This is a Bedini/Cole type window motor before adding the coils. The rotor has 36 Neodymium magnets in a N-S-N-S-N-S 6 pole configeration. The block magnet is a ceramic two pole N-S. The interreaction between the two is called a Cogging effect. Works like large invisible gears.
    THE HIDDEN SECRET OF THE GREAT PYRAMID'S CONSTRUCTION UNCOVERED VIDEO
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    THE POWER IN A LARGE NEODYMIUM MAGNET VIDEO


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  • TRANSPARENT MOBILE PHONE DEVELOPED IN TAIWAN VIDEO


    Would there be a reason why you'd want a see through phone?
    TRON LIGHT BIKE VIDEO
    THE ROCKET FACTORY VIDEO
    VOLVO'S TRUCK COLLISION WARNING WITH EMERGENCY BREAKING VIDEO
    WAFER THIN TABLET OF THE FUTURE


    POSEIDON UNDERSEA RESORT
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    WHERE THE RICH AVOID THE AUSTERITY OF THE PEASANTS

    In a luxurious underwater hotel located approximately 12.000 meters under the sea, complete with restaurant, a gym and even a wedding chapel, a one week stay costs 18.500 euros per person. 12.000 meters under the lagoon of a private island in Fiji, the Poseidon Undersea Resort complex will have 25 apartments, as well as a restaurant, bar, a gym and an underwater wedding chapel, according to Daily Mail. The innovative project was the idea of L. Bruce Jones, head of U.S. Submarines Inc.

    For £15,000 pounds per person for one week, visitors will enjoy the services of the underwater complex, which can be accessed through an elevator on the island. Above the water, the hotel will have an extra 51 rooms, as well as several restaurants and bars, a spa, tennis courts and a golf course. The main attraction point is the astounding underwater scenery, which is full of amazing biological phenomena like tropical fish or a coral reef.
    PYRAMIDS - ANCIENT EGYPTIAN POWER STATIONS? VIDEO
    ORDER AND DISORDER VIDEO
    CLOTHBOT VIDEO
    ATLAS SURVIVAL SHELTERS FOR FRIDAY'S PENDING APOCALYPSE VIDEO
    CLAIMS INVISIBILITY CLOAK EXISTS



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    THE QUANTUM UNIVERSE FULL [HD] VIDEO
    LIE TO ME - READING EMOTIONS AND DECEIT THROUGH FACIAL EXPRESSIONS VIDEO
    WHY THE CONCEPT OF INFINITY IS DIFFICULT TO COMPREHEND VIDEO
    THE LORDS OF LIGHTNING VIDEO


    As part of the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival @ Queens , Northern Ireland
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    ROBOT ON A TIGHTROPE VIDEO
    SCIENTISTS UNDER ATTACK VIDEO


    This is the trailer to Scientists under Attack - Genetic Engineering in the magnetic Field of Money. I have not been able to find the full movie for view online. You don't need crazy conspiracies folks - They have poisoned the food supply of everyone but the super wealthy - what more efficient way is there for Agenda 21 depopulation? And incase you haven't been keeping up, in January THEY APPROVED THE USE OF GM ALFALFA in the U.S. - ALFALFA IS THE BEGINNING OF OUR FOOD CHAIN.
    A SHIT APP VIDEO
    STORE TREK: THE FUTURE OF ONLINE SHOPPING VIDEO


    Powered by K-Motion Store technology. This is the first incarnation of a 3D store that crosses the divide between in store and online shopping. Online is quick and convenient and products are recommended to you but the experience is not very engaging or immersive. In store you can see entire product ranges but they are not tailored to you, you have to travel to the store and get stuck in the queue at checkout. Store Trek takes the benefits of in store by delivering tailored virtual shelves in a virtual store layout driven by a personalisation engine you would have with an online store.

    The kinect allows you to walk round the TV with the shelves automatically adjusting to give you the rich 3D experience. Rendering tens of thousands of products from real retailers in realtime you can purchase items by reaching out towards the shelf and the product will be added directly to your basket.
    AMAZING HYPER MATRIX WALL VIDEO
    ACOUSTIC LEVITATION VIDEO


    Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate individual droplets of solutions containing different pharmaceuticals. While the connection between levitation and drug development may not be immediately apparent, a special relationship emerges at the molecular level.
    THE KEYCOPTER VIDEO


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  • THE MCGURK EFFECT VIDEO
    A TRICK OF THE EYE VIDEO
    ENCODE PROJECT ON HUMAN GENOME AND JUNK DNA VIDEO


    BIZARRE CONCEPT BIKE THE 'FLIZ' VIDEO

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