Monday, 10 April 2017 10:12

Minimum anti gravity energy

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How can superman fly? You can Googol all the “reasons” why Superman can fly. But in real life, everything within a gravity field will fall towards its centre, until something stops them. There are three possibilities: lighter than air objects will float in the air, boats can sail on the water, and everything else stop at solid ground. The first and second scenarios are due to buoyancy effect. How can a heavier than air object stay airborne?…
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 00:00

Second Earth

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How much value would you put on the second planet that human beings can establish habitat of colonies? We have been searching for earth like planets in other star systems for the past few decades. So far, as of November 15, 2013, we have found identified 1042 exoplanets in 963 star systems. The very first one is Gamma Cephei Ab by Hatzes in 1988. It is a giant gas planet that is 45 light years away in…
Sunday, 13 October 2013 11:00

BE compatible

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In computer, compatibility means using software designed for particular make or type. But over the decades, especially with transition from PC to the mobile devices, we have seen this earlier issues pretty much solved The subject of Blue Energy compatible on transport infrastructure has yet come to the real impact because everything is still on the drawing board.
Friday, 03 June 2016 12:02

Animation production

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In this blog, our design team engineer Jorge will give our visitors some introduction of animation rendering by AutoCAD Inventor. The featured video you see in our crowdfunding requires extensive design of individual parts, assembled into a virtual mechanical product. The animation will be produced based the assembly file.

Thursday, 31 October 2013 00:00

RAN in 2113

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To commemorate 100 years of the Royal Australian Navy's Fleet first ever entry into Sydney harbor on the day of 4th October 1913, a special Navy Review took place on the 4th October 2013. This centenary celebration included a high number of private ships as well as navy vessels of many types from over 50 nations. Of course, many proud Australian watched this historical events along the foreshore of beautiful Sydney harbor.
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 22:00

Engines and energy

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Understanding energy flow in electrical power: The system and its state Energy can be most conveniently described as the capacity to do work. Work in turn can be defined as the energy transferred by a force applied through a displacement. The amount of work done in a given time or the rate of doing work is known as power. Pushing a car on the road by people is a straightforward scenario. But to explain how the energy…
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