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PostPosted: Thu 14 Feb - 15:59 (2013)    Post subject: NEW TECHNOLOGIES Reply with quote


"And now to you, O you holy one of heaven, the souls of men complain, saying, Obtain Justice for us with (10) the Most High. Then they said to their Lord, the King, You are Lord of lords, God of gods, King of kings. The throne of your glory is for ever and ever, and for ever and ever is your name sanctified and glorified. You are blessed and glorified.

(10) Obtain justice for us with. Literally, "Bring judgment to us from." (Richard Laurence, ed. and trans., The Book of Enoch the Prophet [London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1883], p. 9).

You have made all things; you possess power over all things; and all things are open and manifest before you. You behold all things, and nothing can be concealed from you.You have seen what Azazyel has done, how he has taught every species of iniquity upon earth, and has disclosed to the world all the secret thing which are done in the heavens."Book of Enoch, chap 9, v.5

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PostPosted: Thu 14 Feb - 16:01 (2013)    Post subject: OBAMA SEES THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING: 3-D PRINTING Reply with quote


The MakerBot Replicator 2X 3D desktop printer was showcased at International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month. // Jae C. Hong/AP photo

By Ben Schreckinger National JournalFebruary 13, 2013

Last night, while watching President Obama tout America’s manufacturing comeback, millions of Americans collectively blurted out “3-D what?!”

Yes, the president said “3-D printing” in his State of the Union address. In fact, he said “A once-shuttered warehouse is now a state-of-the art lab where new workers are mastering the 3-D printing that has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything.”

And it does. A 3-D printer is just what it sounds like -- it’s a machine that “prints” 3-dimensional objects. The technology, which been anointed the driver of a “third industrial revolution,” deposits thin layers of material -- like plastic, glass, and ceramics -- over and over again to form complete objects in a single go. The process is called additive manufacturing, which stands in opposition to subtractive manufacturing, the traditional process in which objects are produced at factories by making small parts out of larger pieces of material, like sheets of metal. By allowing people to print objects, rather than drive to a store to buy an object made far away, the technology promises to end the system of large factories and long supply chains in the markets for many goods -- and to transform the global economy. Already, scientists are working to figure out how print meals in space and print a moon base with moon dust.

The lab mentioned by the president, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio, was funded in part with $30 million from five federal agencies. The federal government is starting to get acquainted with 3-D printing in a handful of other ways as well, which is good news, because the technology is going to have wide-reaching policy implications in the years to come. Here’s how:


Currently, the executive branch is well ahead of Congress in anticipating the disruptive effects of 3-D printing. Aside from the 3-D printing lab mentioned by the president, the Commerce Department is working to develop universal standards for many aspects of additive manufacturing processes by next year, and the Army has already deployed 3-D printers in the field in Afghanistan.

But last month, Congress, too, entered the brave new world of 3-D printing after gun enthusiast Cody Wilson uploaded a video of himself on YouTube firing a semiautomatic rifle loaded with a homemade high-capacity magazine. The plastic magazine, manufactured on a 3-D printer, was designed to send a message: Congress, and the Obama administration, can try to ban such magazines, but technology is outpacing efforts at gun control.

Within days, Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., proposed banning 3-D printed gun magazines and firearms that could evade metal detectors as part of a renewal of the Undetectable Firearms Act. “We have this new technology that allows criminals and terrorists to buy cheap 3-D printers, use them to literally manufacture firearm components that can fire bullets, and bring them onto airplanes,” he told National Journal last week. “I want to make it harder for the bad guys.”
Intellectual Property

Of course, a technology that does for objects what the Internet has done for information will present plenty more challenges for regulatory frameworks designed for an economic system in which the production of goods is centralized. Consider how the Internet and CD-burners changed music, then movie piracy from minor annoyances to industry-shaping forces. Now imagine a future Napster for Hermes handbags, iPhones, and proprietary industrial parts. This may be the first time 3-D printing is the subject of legislation, but it certainly won’t be the last.

There’s already a specific policy proposal taking shape for protecting intellectual property of 3-D printing technology itself. The rapid pace of innovation expected in 3-D printing could require a more agile form of protection, and Attorney William Cass suggests the U.S. could adopt a European-style “utility model” as an option for inventors. The utility model offers all of the rights and protections of a patent but can be obtained more quickly and cheaply, and it only undergoes exhaustive evaluation if challenged in court. The House and Senate Judiciary committees could see the utility model on their agendas in the future: Adoption of the model would require an act of Congress, according to Cass.


3-D printing also holds implications for the half-trillion dollars in annual defense appropriations. Banning Garrett, director of the Atlantic Council’s Strategic Foresight Initiative, predicts that rather than purchasing physical equipment and replacement parts, much military spending will be redirected to the purchase of designs. Spare parts will be printed at the point of use as the need arises. “That’s going to hugely reduce the long-term costs of weapons systems,” Garrett said. The technology is also likely to prompt a rethinking of military strategy, he said, as shorter supply lines and the ability to reequip in the field make the world’s military forces more nimble.

3-D printing could also create new anti-terror challenges, as groups might shed the need for state sponsors to keep them armed and supplied, according to a 2011 Atlantic Council paper Garrett coauthored. Garrett though, warned that lawmakers risk stifling the technology if they overreact to its downsides.


3-D printing also appears poised to bring about a global trade rebalancing, as the new economics of manufacturing rewards high-skill workforces like that of the U.S. and make supplies of cheap labor in countries like China less relevant. The committees will also have to adapt U.S. policy to the changing physical footprint of the global trade in goods and parts. “Instead of pushing molecules around, we’re going be pushing bits around,” said Tom Campbell, a professor at Virginia Tech who studies additive manufacturing and coauthored the Atlantic Council paper.

Campbell would like to see Congress take a largely hands-off approach to 3-D printing itself. “The last thing I want to do is have the government clamp down on new rules or laws that impede innovation,” he said. But he does believe countries such as Germany are gaining a competitive edge in certain aspects of the technology, and he sees a need for more government funding for basic research on applications of additive manufacturing that remain in the theoretical stage — like printing 3-D human organs. America, welcome to the future.


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PostPosted: Sun 24 Feb - 16:54 (2013)    Post subject: PREVIEWING THE NEXT STEPS ON THE PATH TO A MAGNETIC FUSION POWER PLANT Reply with quote


by Staff Writers
Princeton NJ (SPX) Feb 22, 2013

File image: ITER.
Scientists around the world have crossed a threshold into a promising and challenging new era in the quest for fusion energy.
So says physicist George "Hutch" Neilson, director of advanced projects at the U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, in remarks prepared for the 2013 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Boston.

The new phase has begun with the construction of ITER, a fusion facility of unprecedented size and power that the European Union, the United States and five other countries are building in France. Plans call for ITER to produce 500 million watts of fusion power for some 300 second during the 2020s. With construction of ITER under way, many national fusion programs "are embarking on their own projects to demonstrate the production of electricity from fusion energy," Neilson said.

These nations are considering "DEMO" programs that would mark the final step before the construction of commercial fusion facilities by midcentury. Such programs have brought worldwide researchers together to discuss common challenges in annual workshops that the International Atomic Energy Agency began sponsoring last year. "The scientific and technical issues for fusion are well known," said Neilson, "but the search for solutions is extremely challenging."

The key issues:

+ Development of computer codes to guide the design of DEMO plants.
+ Development of material for the interior of the plants.
+ Methods for extracting fusion power.
+ Methods for handling the exhaust from fusion reactions.
+ Requirements for devices to develop DEMO components.

Individual countries are exploring their own paths to a DEMO, based on their perceived need for such energy. All such plans remain tentative and subject to government approval.

A look at the possible roadmaps that countries are considering:

+ China-The world's most populous nation is pushing ahead with plans for a device called China's Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR) that would develop the technology for a demonstration fusion power plant. Construction of the CFETR could start around 2020 and be followed by operation of a DEMO in the 2030s.

+ Europe and Japan-These programs are jointly building a powerful tokamak called JT-60SA in Naka, Japan, as a complement to ITER. Plans call for construction to be completed in 2019. The Japanese and Europeans will then pursue similar but independent timelines. Both could start engineering design work on a DEMO around 2030, following the achievement of ITER milestones, and placing the DEMO in operation in the 2030s.

+ India-The country could begin building a device called SST-2 to develop components for a DEMO around 2027. India could start construction of a DEMO in 2037.

+ Korea-The program plans to build a machine that it calls K-DEMO that would develop components in the first phase, called K-DEMO-1, and utilize the components in the second phase, or K-DEMO 2. Construction could commence in the mid-to-late 2020s, with operations starting in the mid-2030s.

+ Russia-The country plans to develop a fusion neutron source (FNS), a facility that would produce neutrons, the chief form of energy created by fusion reactions, in preparation for a DEMO. The FNS project is part of a Russian commercial development strategy that runs to 2050.

+ United States-A next-step Fusion Nuclear Science Facility (FNSF) is under consideration. It would be used to investigate materials properties under fusion conditions, and develop components for a DEMO. Construction of the FNSF could start in the 2020s.


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Apr - 19:08 (2013)    Post subject: THE ART OF ANTICIPATION - THE MERLIN PROJECT Reply with quote


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MERLIN combines the exactness of planetary mathematics with recognized historical cycles to create snapshots of time by using a single, "frozen moment" of time as a starting point. The resulting chronographs, called “Timetraks®” are highly individualized patterns, tracings in time that begin when we are born or a key ("genesis") event occurs. These Timetraks® depict chains of activity that are twofold: external factors (career matters, where we work or live) and internal factors (health, relationships, emotional concerns.) MERLIN pinpoints three elements about such periods of activity: the onset, the intensity, and the duration and the technology is equally applicable to people, companies, situations and countries. (Source: CNN, NBC, NPR)

While relating celestial movements to human events has long been a controversial subject, MERLIN's track record of timely and accurate predictions speaks for itself. Notable forecasting successes include: the acquittal of O.J. Simpson, the scandals of the Bill Clinton presidency and the Presidential bid of Bob Dole, Leno's underdog triumph over Letterman, the emergence of JFK Jr., the demise of National Health Care, the Republican Revolution of 1994, the timetable for the breakup of the Soviet Union, the follies of the second Bush Administration, including the duration and chaotic aftermath of both the Gulf and Iraqi Wars, the continued survival of Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden, the resurgence of John Kerry and the failed Presidential bid of Howard Dean and many other timely events. More

In 1995, the MERLIN creators were approached by a Strategic Planning Office of the Pentagon's Joint Chiefs of Staff and asked to provide a long-range forecast and timetable for potential incidents of domestic terrorism over the following seven years. This "white paper" which was submitted in July 1995, included indications of a significant threat culminating in the Fall of 2001, which we now know to be the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center and The Pentagon. More

Overall, MERLIN's accuracy has approached 80 percent. In one controlled experiment coordinated by a group of GE(nie®) scientists and skeptics, MERLIN assigned accident dates to their respective victims with an accuracy rate that outperformed chance odds by a whopping 30,000 to 1.

First conceived in 1989, the MERLIN Project® came to national attention in 1991 when the NBC Nightly News broke the story of MERLIN's uncanny prediction of the stock market plunge in November of that year. Subsequently, MERLIN has been featured in magazines and newspapers around the world and its creators have been regular guests on CNN's Larry King LIVE, TalkBack LIVE and on ‘Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory’ in recent years.

In an upcoming book, MERLIN will not only document its own successes and make new predictions for coming years, but it will also provide readers with several related tools, enabling them to make their own personal forecasts. Among the tools immediately accessible will be a MERLIN Year-at-a-Glance® calendar highlighting days in the coming year best suited for initiating projects, etc. A more extensive MERLIN Book-of-Days® provides the reader with a ten-year chronograph of activity that originates on each day of the coming year. An easy to follow guide is included which alerts readers to specific days likely to be favorable or troublesome for them. The book employs the easily understood example of waves and surfing to clearly explain how to use MERLIN.

Besides providing readers with highly customized personal timing tools, MERLIN will also present a clear conceptual framework which for the first time will provide a firm foundation for "legitimizing" traditional predictive systems like astrology. At the same time MERLIN will lay the groundwork for an entirely new 21st century science of pattern, information, intelligence and consciousness unlike anything which currently exists; a science as revolutionary as quantum physics and as far reaching in it's impact.

There will be options available for readers to contact The MERLIN Project® directly for highly specific, personalized Timetraks® related to career and personal activities. These options will include a nation-wide toll free number, a computer disk or CD-ROM which could accompany the book and beginning in July 2003 direct INTERNET access.

Direct spin-offs from the book will include an annualized version of the MERLIN Book-Of-Days®. With its highly useful timing information for personal and professional planning, it could easily become a yearly purchase akin to the Information Please or Farmer's Almanac.

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PostPosted: Thu 1 Sep - 04:32 (2016)    Post subject: INNOVATIONS IN DENTAL TECHNOLOGIES : WARP SPEED AHEAD! Reply with quote


Story Number: NNS160831-12Release Date: 8/31/2016 12:45:00 PM 

By Lt. Cmdr. Michael Andersen, Naval Health Clinic Hawaii Public Affairs

PEARL HARBOR (NNS) -- Naval Health Clinic Hawaii's Makalapa Dental Clinic is one of five commands selected as a pilot site for the implementation of advanced digital dental technologies by the Navy Dental Corps.

As part of a $9 million investment in Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD-CAM) technologies by Navy Medicine, these technologies have shown improved consistency, efficiency, and predictability in the fabrication of dental restorations such as veneers, crowns, and bridges compared to more traditional approaches to dental medicine.

Using CAD-CAM technologies, the Makalapa Dental Clinic has in-house capabilities to fabricate and deliver many types of dental restorations though use of digital scanning, virtual designing, and the manufacturing of dental restorations in a same-day appointment. This means instead of traditional "goopy" impressions and the necessity to wear a temporary crown for a period of time, the dentist can make the restoration in one appointment through a high-tech digital process.

The implementation and application of these technologies have revolutionized patient care by improving treatment planning, material choices, consistency, predictability, quality assurance, and efficiency of dental restoration fabrication. These advanced abilities are some of the many new components of delivering highly reliable, safe and quality patient care at Naval Health Clinic Hawaii.

These new technologies have the ability to move modern dental medicine from science fiction to reality. Capt. Kimberly Davis, executive officer, Naval Health Clinic Hawaii, coined an appropriate term for these treatments -- "Star Trek Dentistry."

The laboratory system designed by Navy dental specialty leaders is using futuristic digital data acquisition technologies for virtual design and manufacturing capabilities. In the civilian world, a group practice philosophy of dental treatment with these types of technologies is very uncommon under a one-roof setting. These developments are exciting for patients because there is less time spent in temporary dental prosthetics, there are shorter clinical appointments and patients have the assurance of the highest quality restorations available.

The Makalapa Dental Clinic also has an array of cutting-edge laboratory technologies to essentially fabricate any type of restorations or prostheses to include crowns, veneers, dental implant restorations, bridges, dentures, aides for guided surgeries, and night guards through the assistance of 3-D printing and advanced automated milling capabilities. The CAD-CAM processes automate and reduce human errors involved in many of these steps of creating dental prosthetics.

So the next time dental work is required at Makalapa Dental Clinic, rest assured the highest quality restorations will be available with truly cutting-edge technologies.

The primary objective of the United States Navy Dental Corps is to ensure dental readiness while optimizing dental health by providing care for active-duty Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen so they are able to deploy and perform their military duties.

For more information, visit http://www.navy.mil/, http://www.facebook.com/usnavy/, or http://www.twitter.com/usnavy/.

For more news from Naval Health Clinic Hawaii, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/nhch/.


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PostPosted: Thu 26 Apr - 04:03 (2018)    Post subject: THE PENTAGON IS MAKING A RAY GUN TO STOP TRUCK ATTACKS Reply with quote


April 24, 2018

Patrick Tucker

A device that resembles an old phonograph may soon be used to jam and shut down vehicles like the one that killed 10 people in Toronto.

The van driver who killed 10 Toronto pedestrians on Monday showed that a terror technique that ISIS pioneered in Iraq and Syria in 2015 remains terrifyingly effective against unsuspecting urban populations. But the U.S. military is working on a new weapon to stop vehicle-born terrorist threats, one that could help police departments as well. = ISIS or the Pentagon?

The Defense Department’s Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program, or JNLWD, is pushing ahead with a new direct energy weapon that uses high-powered microwaves to stop cars in their tracks without damaging the vehicle, its driver, or anyone else.

The jammer works by targeting the car’s engine control unit causing it to reboot over and over, stalling the engine. Like an invisible hand, the microwaves hold the car in place. “Anything that has electronics on it, these high-powered microwaves will affect,” David Law, who leads JNLWD’s technology division, said in March. “As long as the [radio] is on, it holds the vehicle stopped.”

Law’s crew has dubbed the device the Radio Frequency Vehicle Stopper. They’re working on two versions. A small one, vaguely resembling an old-time phonograph, can fit in the bed of a truck. With a range of 50 meters, it is intended for hot pursuits. To deploy it, the driver would pull out in front of the attacker and turn it on. 

For more random truck attacks, like the one in Toronto, the directorate is working on a stationary version about three times the size. Augmented by an amplification device and a larger dish, this one would have a range of a “few hundred” meters, Law said. If you could figure out the most likely locations for a vehicle-borne terrorist attack, you could pre-position the device. A video of a live demonstration of the technology is below.


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The military is developing the weapon for “force protection” — as in protecting soldiers and bases. But it has applications for police as well. Placed strategically around cities, it could prevent attacks like the ones in Europe, Canada, the United States, and elsewhere. There are, however, some tricky legal issues involved in using electronic and radio jamming devices in the United States.

The directorate hopes to have a working prototype by FY 2019.

There’s a reason no one has thought of this before. The concept of the radio-frequency stopper reflects a breakthrough in shrinking power generators as in ray gun tech. Direct-energy weapons use a lot of power. Electricity to run the stopper  comes from a gasoline-powered turbine from Indianapolis-based Candent Technologies that generates 300 kilowatts of power. Says Law.

At 400 pounds, it’s about the size of a large copy machine. But that’s a fraction of the size of generators that the military would use for similarly power-hungry tasks, like massive Mobile Electric Power 809A, which starts at 6,200 pounds

The directorate will take possession of the generator in September.


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