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August 2020
DARPA’s DRACO nuclear-powered rocket for cislunar operations By THERESA HITCHENS on August 28, 2020 At the moment, industry sources say, there is no money to be had for developing systems for DoD’s cislunar operations. WASHINGTON: The possibility of future military activity around the Moon is en vogue in the national security space community, with a plethora of seminars featuring...
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The Huawei logo will disappear from the Raiders’ jerseys at the end of the year.(AAP: Lukas Coch) By foreign affairs reporter Stephen Dziedzic Chinese telco Huawei Australia has dumped its major sponsorship deal with NRL team the Canberra Raiders, saying it has been financially crippled by the Federal Government’s 5G ban. Huawei Australia has been the...
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Teresa Mastrangelo February 27, 2020 Just as 5G is beginning to make its way into cities across the globe, momentum for the next phase of mobile communications – 6G – is beginning to take hold. While discussions around exactly what is 6G remain in an embryonic state – there has been a surprising amount of activity...
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Our August 2020 Newsletter is available at: https://mailchi.mp/ff9ebd1e0823/emfsa-news  We appreciate you taking the time to read our newsletter. The EMFSA Team
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By News Desk -29 Aug 2020 As India and China continue to be in a border dispute deadlock, Beijing has started laying fibre optics cables and installing other equipment for fifth-generation wireless technology — commonly known as 5G — along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), reported Indo Asian News Service (IANS). The intelligence agencies flagged that...
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Photo: Neuralink’s self-contained neural implant functions without the aid of external hardware. Musk’s company Neuralink demonstrates fully implantable chip in pigs. By Emily Waltz 28 Aug 2020 Celebrity engineer Elon Musk today announced a breakthrough in his endeavor to sync the human brain with artificial intelligence. During a live-streamed demonstration involving farm animals and a stage,...
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Published: June 9, 2020https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0230038 Abstract Background There is a rapid development in technologies that generate weak static magnetic fields (SMF) including high-voltage direct current (HVDC) lines, systems operating with batteries, such as electric cars, and devices using permanent magnets. However, few reviews on the effects of such fields on biological systems have been prepared and...
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Science Advances  30 Jan 2019:Vol. 5, no. 1, eaau7201DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aau7201 Abstract Biological systems are constantly exposed to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in the form of natural geomagnetic fields and EMFs emitted from technology. While strong magnetic fields are known to change chemical reaction rates and free radical concentrations, the debate remains about whether static weak magnetic fields...
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NOTE: Preprint Article Version 1 This version is not peer-reviewed STEFI, A.; SKOUROLIAKOU, K.; MARGARITIS, L.; VASSILACOPOULOU, D. Pulsed Telecommunication Signals of Non-ionizing Radiation Affect Amyloid Precursor Protein and α-Synuclein Metabolism in Non-neural Human Cells. Preprints 2020, 2020080587 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202008.0587.v1). Abstract The expanding use of devices emitting Pulsed Telecommunication Signals (PTS) has launched a serious debate over the...
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RZR and Kymeta Land Cruiser Paul Sawers@psawers August 25, 2020 6:00 AM Kymeta, a company that develops satellite antennas and services to bring connectivity to any vehicle or vessel, has raised $85.2 million in a round of funding led by Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates. The raise comes as various high-profile companies are developing low earth...
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