By Jessica MileyJune 22, 2017Creating Nuclear Fusion could mean unlimited energy, free of any radioactive by-product or greenhouse gases. It has been the goal of physicists since the beginning of the Atomic Era.Unfortunately achieving this goal is difficult and dangerous. But a recent breakthrough could bring us one step closer.
India is well on its way to achieve its promised additional 160 GW of wind and solar energy by investing in floating PV panels and solar trains.By Jessica MileyDecember 02, 2017India is installing photovoltaic panels all over the country at breakneck speed. The country is investing in solar in a variety of ways, some common and others that are slightly out of the box.
Michelle Mone and her partner, Doug Barrowman, have launched the first known property development that will be sold exclusively using bitcoin.By Jessica MileySeptember 08, 2017Investors in bitcoin have a new way to convert the digital currency into solid assets. Power couple, Michelle Mone and her partner, Doug Barrowman, have launched a property development in Dubai that will sell luxury apartments for bitcoin.
If you& 39;re seeking for adventure, then you came to the right place. Experience nature or the bustling scenes of a city through these 20 spine-chilling glass skywalk attractions around the world. These man-made glass structures serve as viewing platforms where you can look down and admire the breath-taking views underneath your feet.
Executed correctly, and slow motion reveals an extraordinary side of life typically missed by the human eye. But beyond providing enthralling content for dramatic movies and short clips, slow motion serves an important purpose in helping scientists understand the things which travel really, really fast.
The companies are planning to deploy fully autonomous ships by 2025.October 16, 2018Rolls Royce is partnering with Intel with an ambition to build the first completely autonomous ship. Rolls Royce, a company known for its luxury cars, has taken the challenge of building autonomous ships since 2016.The company announced on Monday that it is working with Intel to develop a full fleet of autonomous cargo vessels that require no humans onboard by 2025.