Archive for New World Tech
For an average of 60 cents per gallon, the DewPointe DH9 Atmospheric Water Purification System extracts water vapor from the air and converts it to pure drinking water.
I have gotten a chance to actually try this product and I have to say the water taste pretty amazing!! I am not to sure about the PH balance of it, but I know good water when I taste it.
The ironic thing is I tasted it in downtown Los Angeles and it was good and we all know about LA air..
This device purifies the water twice and is said to eliminate 99.99% of contaminants. This would be great for people that have to walk miles just to get some water that they can barley carry back home. This is a Game Changer.
If anyone has one of these please post your opinion about it.
I have seen this machine before but never have I seen it be a part of something sooooo beautiful. I would love to own this song to vibe out to while I work!! Bravo! Bravo!
Carbon Nanotube Muscles Strong as Diamond, Flexible as Rubber and as light as air. Their is so much that can be made from this self organizing organism of a material. Just ponder upon all the possibilities that this could possibly create… From super tight shoe strings to super light space ships???
Green. Greener. Greenest.
Mayor Phil Gordon is aiming straight for the top in his ambitious call to make Phoenix the greenest city in the nation.
And why not?
The strategies that create an environmentally sound place – from expanding solar power to using water more efficiently – fit right into the region’s strengths and needs.
In his State of the City address last Wednesday, Gordon laid out a 17-point plan developed in conjunction with Arizona State University’s Global Institute of Sustainability.
Major leap for faster computers
Super-fast quantum computers are now a step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to a breakthrough by scientists.
Edinburgh and Manchester University researchers have created a molecular device which could act as a building block for super-fast computers.
They have created components that could be used to develop quantum computers, which can make intricate calculations faster than conventional machines.
The academics used molecular scale technology instead of silicon chips.
They achieved the breakthrough by combining tiny magnets with molecular machines that can shuttle between two locations without the use of external force.
The maneuverable magnets could one day be used as the basic component in quantum computers.
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Researchers at the University of Miami and at the Universities of Tokyo and Tohoku, Japan, have been able to prove the existence of a “spin battery,” a battery that is “charged” by applying a large magnetic field to nano-magnets in a device called a magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ)