A recent Engadget article suggests that a team of Australian physicists have come up with a simple-sounding method of teleporting atoms by bringing the matter to near absolute zero temperatures. This doesn’t seem feasible for humans yet but maybe it could be for non-living matter (supplies, goods, etc) in the near future!
Man was Gene Roddenberry (Star Trek creator) way ahead of his time!
A team from MIT call this wireless power transfer invention ‘WiTricity’ and believe it could change the way we use electricity and do away with the tangle of cables, plugs and chargers that clutter modern homes.
I predicted that this technology could be feasible one day when I was doing my bachelor’s in electrical engineering back in the 90’s.
Continue reading “Look mom no more wires : Wireless Power Transfer”
Being that I live in Loudoun County, Virginia, I thought it would be helpful for other home owners and investors to know that within three years a long awaited World Trade Center will be erected which implies that the Loudoun County residential and commercial real estate market will boom not to mention commerce in general.
See the Commercial Property News article from 2006 for more information.
Using NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and transit analysis in the infrared spectrum, a gas giant of the size of Jupiter has spectral properties which scientists conclusively confirmed that water vapour exists in the sphere. Although the chance of life as we know it on the planet is improbable as the orbit is very close to the star.
See the original article.