U.S. Navy replicated and patented LENR technology

U.S. Navy replicated and patented LENR technology

The U.S. Navy replicated and patented LENR technology. Also the date of the public presentation of the E-Cat SKLed technology has been revealed.  The first commercially available product of E-Cat technology will be an extremely efficient luminaire. Important note: This...
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The Probability of a Stocks and Some Commodities Markets Crash in 2021: 97% (0.97)

The Probability of a Stocks and Some Commodities Markets Crash in 2021: 97% (0.97)

I publicly predicted market crashes: October 1998, spring 2000 dot .com bubble, 2008 MBS scam/crisis, spring 2020 market meltdown. Now I publicly predict the heavy market crash of 2021. I will publish the exact timing just in tight advance (as...
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Japanese Scientists: Enhancement of Excess Thermal Power in Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)

Japanese Scientists: Enhancement of Excess Thermal Power in Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)

A new paper has been posted on the ResearchGate website by a Japanese team of scientists led by Osaka University professor emeritus Akito Takahashi, reporting successful production of excess heat from nano-metal and hydrogen/deuterium gas experimental systems....
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Northwestern University: Electron-Behaving Nanoparticles Rock Current Understanding of Matter

Northwestern University: Electron-Behaving Nanoparticles Rock Current Understanding of Matter

Electron-behaving nanoparticles rock current understanding of matter. Discovery will lead to new methods for materials design. It’s not an electron. But it sure does act like one. Northwestern University researchers have made a strange and startling discove...
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Paris Air Show 2019 kicks off at Le Bourget

Paris Air Show 2019 kicks off at Le Bourget

Boeing under pressure at Paris air show while Airbus reveals new plane. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will be under the spotlight at this week’s Paris air show following the two 737 Max crashes that killed almost 350 people. While plane manufacturers...
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Boeing Reports 21% Drop in Earnings and Suspension of Share Buybacks

Boeing Reports 21% Drop in Earnings and Suspension of Share Buybacks

Investors were expecting a disastrous quarter from Boeing and they were not disappointed. Boeing, the world’s largest aircraft manufacturer, net profit fell 21% in the first quarter. The worsening of economic results is largely due to the crisis around t...
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Verizon Raises Profit Forecast, Loses More Wireless Phone Customers

Verizon Raises Profit Forecast, Loses More Wireless Phone Customers

Verizon Communications Inc today raised its 2019 profit forecast and beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit as it focuses on cost cuts and manage monstrous debt, but the U.S. based wireless carrier lost more phone subscribers than analysts had...
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New York Auto Show: Hyundai New Sonata and Venue Debuting Today

New York Auto Show: Hyundai New Sonata and Venue Debuting Today

2020 Hyundai Sonata marks another selling hit for the Korean automaker. It’s a striking design that stands out as one of the most attractive in its segment. It’s one of the best looking mainstream sedans to reach production since the...
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The Mayor of Helsinki Will Give 1 Million EUR to The One Who Brings Some Idea

The Mayor of Helsinki Will Give 1 Million EUR to The One Who Brings Some Idea

Helsinki Mayor Jan Vapaavuori announced an international competition at a conference organized by city of Helsinki. EUR 1 million will be given to the one who brings the idea of ​​replacing the coal in the centralized heating system operated by...
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FAA and Boeing 737 MAX Certification Story

FAA and Boeing 737 MAX Certification Story

The Seattle Times: Managers of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have put pressure on their engineers to delegate broad responsibility for Boeing 737 MAX safety assessment to Boeing itself. Security engineers who are familiar with the documents have po...
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Remembrance of Concorde: 50 years since the maiden flight

Remembrance of Concorde: 50 years since the maiden flight

Sud Aviation (Aérospatiale)/British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) Concorde was a revolutionary British-French jet aircraft project with cruising speed of Mach 2. Concorde flew the Atlantic within 3 hours. The start of the project dates back to 1956 when the Sup...
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The wreck of another combat aircraft was found in Kashmir

The wreck of another combat aircraft was found in Kashmir

This week, several air force operations by Indian and Pakistan Air Forces took place in the airspace above Kashmir. During the air duels, India lost one MiG-21, whose pilot successfully catapulted and was already returned to the Indian side. The...
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Rocket Soyuz launched first six OneWeb satellites into orbit – internet from the space

Rocket Soyuz launched first six OneWeb satellites into orbit – internet from the space

Russian Soyuz rocket started yesterday from the spaceport in French Guiana. The task was to bring the first 6 OneWeb satellites in orbit. The satellites will provide Internet connectivity from the Space for users on the ground, in airspace and...
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The South African President has promised to save the Eskom and divide it into 3 entities

The South African President has promised to save the Eskom and divide it into 3 entities

South African power plants Eskom, which produce 95% of electricity in South Africa, are facing $ 30 billion in debt. South African President Cyril Ramaphos announced that Eskom will be divided into three entities. Utility holding Eskom consists of 3...
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Boeing Earnings, Outlook Smash Expectations

Boeing Earnings, Outlook Smash Expectations

Boeing’s stock rockets, to give a 150-point boost to the Dow’s price. Boeing shares soared more than 6%, and are set to take out all time highs of $392 after reporting earnings that smashed expectations and unveiling guidance that was...
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