A robot army to build solar panels (on the moon)


Alternative energy is the obvious choice, but scaling up is hard. It would take an area the size of Nevada covered in solar panels to get enough energy to power the planet, says Justin Lewis-Weber, “and to me, that’s just not feasible.” This past March, Lewis-Weber, a then-high school senior in California, came up with a radical plan: self-replicating solar panels—on the moon. Continue reading “A robot army to build solar panels (on the moon)”


The Internet is ruptured claims Edward Snowden


In 2013, a now-notorious government contractor named Edward Snowden sparkled a stark light on our vulnerable communication by releasing 10,000 secret U.S. records to the world.

One by one, they detailed a mass surveillance program in which the NSA and others, accumulated data on subjects — by means of telephone following and tapping undersea Internet links. Continue reading “The Internet is ruptured claims Edward Snowden”

10 diseases science still is unable to cure


Science has done some extraordinary things since the mankind.But is it enough ?should we stop now? since we have discovered many things.NOPE science can’t be stopped. The more we have moved forward ,the more we have surrounded ourselves to the puzzles.let’s move to the issue.There are still some diseases ,science is unable to cure. Continue reading “10 diseases science still is unable to cure”

10 Biggest telescopes in the world

cartoon-telescope_00447423-01A telescope is an optical instrument that aids in the observation of remote objects by collecting electromagnetic radiation (such as visible light). The first known practical telescopes were invented in the Netherlands at the beginning of the 1600s, by using glass lenses. They found use in both terrestrial applications and astronomy.

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