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SpaceX announces planned private trip around moon in 2018

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Free range eggs temporarily lose status after bird flu measures

Millions of UK eggs will temporarily lose their free range status after hens were forced to spend weeks inside barns as part of emergency bird flu measures. Since December, poultry has had to be kept indoors under government orders to … Continue reading

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SpaceX plans to send crewed mission beyond moon in 2018

Space tourism is upon us. SpaceX will launch a crewed mission beyond the moon for two private customers, according to an announcement made by the company Monday. This will be the first time in 45 years humans will return to … Continue reading

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The inventor behind the Maglev train is back with a Hyperloop for launching space vehicles

[embedded content] Subscribe on YouTube You may be familiar with the name James Powell, a prolific inventor who, back in 2000, was one half of the team behind the superconductive magnetic levitation train — which went on to inspire the … Continue reading

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SpaceX says it will fly 2 people to moon next year

SpaceX said Monday it will fly two people to the moon next year, a feat not attempted since NASA’s Apollo heyday close to half a century ago. Tech billionaire Elon Musk — the company’s founder — announced the surprising news … Continue reading

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NASA Starts Wind Tunnel Tests On Lockheed Martin Design For Quiet Supersonic Jet

Almost a year after NASA said it would begin to work on a quieter supersonic jet, the agency and Lockheed Martin have begun wind tunnel tests on the Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) X-plane preliminary design, NASA announced Monday. During the next … Continue reading

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Genetically engineered bacteria could help wipe out deadly mosquitos

(Thomson Reuters) A pair of bacterial genes may enable genetic engineering strategies for curbing populations of virus-transmitting mosquitoes. Bacteria that make the insects effectively sterile have been used to reduce mosquito populations. Now, two research teams have identified genes in … Continue reading

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New app gives parents peace of mind

Doc Savage: “”The standards of decency have evolved since this court last considered the broad question of the constitutionality of capital punishment,” Reed’s petition said.” He killed three people over dope and a game, and he talks about ‘decency”?

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As Russia Targets Satellites, the Air Force Prepares for War in Space

Space may be the final frontier, but it is also fast becoming another potential battlefield where America must be prepared to defend itself against any and all adversaries. Related: Game of Drones – The Air Force Ramps Up Video Game … Continue reading

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Is Open Source the Future of Wall Street?

Richard Craib, the South African technology guru and founder of nontraditional hedge fund Numerai, is hoping for nothing short of completely restructuring the hedge fund industry. Numerai has recently created a new type of digital currency, a so-called “digital token,” … Continue reading

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