A group of researchers intends to take construction to a new level, using artificial intelligence and 3D printing technologies. If successful, building a hydroelectric dam this way would be faster and cheaper than using human labor. Researchers from Beijing Tsinghua University have released plans to build a dam about 180 meters high using 3D printing techniques. It could be the largest structure created using 3D … Continue reading In China, it is proposed to use AI and unmanned machines for 3D printing of a 180-meter hydroelectric power plant
Pinterest, a popular social network that differs from other services in intelligent collection sorting algorithms and original selections, showed Crimea on the map as part of Russia. This was noticed by the Ukrainian “diaspora” of Twitter, and in response they bombarded him with complaints and brought down his rating to 1.0. On the Pinterest app page, in the reviews section, there are a large number … Continue reading Pinterest marked Crimea as Russian.
Ukraine’s troops say some southern areas have been retaken, but Russia has reportedly slowed their advance. By John Psaropoulos Ukraine’s armed forces claim to have launched a long-awaited ground operation to take back territories in the Kherson region in the 27th week of the war, striking in eight directions simultaneously.“We have launched offensive operations in many directions … we can confirm that we have broken through the first … Continue reading Is Ukraine’s counteroffensive progressing?
By Alys DaviesBBC News Belgium’s energy minister has warned that EU countries will face five to 10 terrible winters if nothing is done to reduce natural gas prices. Calls are mounting for an EU-wide cap on the price of gas and its decoupling from the price of electricity. EU states have been struggling with huge energy price hikes since key gas supplier Russia invaded Ukraine … Continue reading EU faces awful winters without gas cap – minister
By Esme StallardBBC News Climate and Science A fifth effort to pass a global agreement to protect the world’s oceans and marine life has failed. Talks to pass the UN High Seas Treaty had been ongoing for two weeks in New York, but governments could not agree on the terms. Despite international waters representing nearly two-thirds of the world’s oceans, only 1.2% is protected. Environmental … Continue reading Efforts to pass global ocean protection treaty fail
By Jonathan AmosBBC Science Correspondent, Cape Canaveral The American space agency is counting down to the lift-off of its giant new Moon rocket – the Space Launch System. SLS is the most powerful vehicle ever developed by Nasa, and will be the foundation of its Artemis project which aims to put people back on the lunar surface after a 50-year absence. The moon mission will … Continue reading Artemis: Nasa ready to launch new era of Moon exploration
A stream of charged solar particles will reach the planet already on Monday, August 29, as a result of which the Earth will be exposed to a geomagnetic storm for several days. Experts who monitor space weather have already warned that another strong eruption should take place on the Sun this week. The M-class flare on the Sun occurred on Friday, August 26. A huge … Continue reading A powerful flare on the Sun: a huge stream of plasma is flying towards the Earth and a geomagnetic storm is expected
The radio telescope recorded data coming from the spacecraft for 15 minutes. The Allen Telescope Array radio telescope, which is located in California and consists of 42 dish antennas, is designed to search for signals from a potential extraterrestrial intelligence. But this observatory managed to catch a signal from the Voyager 1 spacecraft, which has left the boundaries of the Solar System and is in … Continue reading The system for searching for extraterrestrials caught a signal from the spacecraft “Voyager-1”
Downpours in Pakistan have led to catastrophic flooding. A state of emergency has been introduced in the country. More than 900 people died as a result of the flood, reports Al Jazeera. About 30 million people were forced to leave their homes. Monsoon rains were the cause of the natural cataclysm. Continue reading Showers in Pakistan (Video)
Aug 25, 2022 Lee esta historia en español aquí. NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured the first clear evidence for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of a planet outside the solar system. This observation of a gas giant planet orbiting a Sun-like star 700 light-years away provides important insights into the composition and formation of the planet. The finding, accepted for publication in Nature, offers … Continue reading NASA’s Webb Detects Carbon Dioxide in Exoplanet Atmosphere