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Robot Granted Saudi Citizenship

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Discover Tomorrow, Today! New Dimension Breakthroughs In Robotics… Upgraded Robots are here… Perhaps one of the prime example in demonstrating the saying “Discover Tomorrow, Today” is the new citizen of Saudi Arabia, named Sophia. She is the first humanoid robot to be given citizenship! Not only did we meet Sophia at the Future Investment Initiative Conference in Riyadh this week, …

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The Fall Of Power

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The Fall of Power began the year when the unthinkable happened… The year where the voices of reasons got silenced… The year when lies became the new language… When intimidation grew into a new code of conduct… While ignorance turned into entertainment… As manipulation transformed into currency… And self-importance lost all sense of proportion and mutated into the Nation…  Also when me …

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Interview With Author Dominique Luchart

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  Today our guest is the author and futurist Dominique Luchart with NEWDAWN Saga Novel A Scifi series for YA!  She is also a Director and Producer, leaving in LA. She is launching the first book of a SciFi/Fantasy series for YA, NEWDAWN ROAMERS. The books is about us in 2098 w/ Science & Tech paving the way to our future. The …

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A Word To The fans About NEWDAWN And The Future

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What Is NEWDAWN? Some of you have heard about NEWDAWN, and have been following the journey I have undertaken with this project for some time, while otEven then… it is not easy.hers may still wonder what NEWDAWN is all about… So, on the eve of the new book NEWDAWN ROAMERS coming out, I wanted to take a few minutes and address …

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Orbital ATK’s Antares rocket returns to flight with successful launch to the space station

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  Orbital ATK’s Antares rocket is officially back in play after successfully launching from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia this evening. It marked the first flight of the Antares since October 2014, when a previous version of the vehicle exploded just seconds after taking off. The rocket’s main engines have been replaced since then — and tonight, they flawlessly …

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Galaxies Found Close Together Show Signs Of Impending Doom

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The ‘compact galaxy groups’ of the Universe won’t be around for long! “They most likely form as subsystems within looser associations and evolve by gravitational processes. Strong galaxy interactions result and merging is expected to lead to the ultimate demise of the group. Compact groups are surprisingly numerous, and may play a significant role in galaxy evolution.” –Paul Hickson They might …

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Face Of The Moon To Change Completely – 81,000 Years From Now

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Bombardment by asteroids and comets is much heavier than previously thought, creating 180 sizeable new craters every year, say scientists The moon is bombarded by so much space rock that its surface gets a complete facelift every 81,000 years, according to a study of Nasa data. This churn – affecting the top 2cm (nearly an inch) of mostly loose moon …

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Ambitious mission to capture first picture of Earth-like planet launched

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Project Blue will attempt to build a space telescope to be pointed at Alpha Centauri, hoping to glimpse planets where life may have gained a foothold Astronomers have launched an ambitious project to capture the first picture of an Earth-like planet that could be home to life beyond the solar system. The privately-led mission aims to build a space telescope …