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New Research on Microwave Technology linked to Subjugation or Assassination through Cancer - (news flash)

Similar to the sound distortion research, new research on the use of microwave technology such as radar or x-ray that organized crime would use to assassinate a victim through cancer will soon begin.

- Detection methods and the components involved.
- Shielding methods such as lead sheets, lead glass, medical aprons etc.
- Authorities will be contacted before to address any concerns.
- The research may involve the purchase of radar guns or similar more powerful military components for testing or experimenting.

The results of the research such the components needed to detect and analyze the microwave spectrum will be placed on the website for those interested.
http://www.phiaforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=28

Distraction brings amazing relief, virtual reality used to treat pain - Nightly News (video)

New hypnosis techniques are making use of a virtual reality to successfully manage pain.

- virtual reality used as a treatment for pain, in this case burn victims.
- virtual reality relieved pain more than medication for a patient.
- virtual reality is powerful because patient can no longer see or hear hospital room and the wound being worked on.

Read more ...Distraction brings amazing relief, virtual reality used to treat pain - Nightly News (video)

The first synthetic cell that's been made; Scientists reported they had created an artificial genome - Reuters (article link)

- "This is the first synthetic cell that's been made,"
- "an important advance in our ability to re-engineer organisms"
- "This is the first self-replicating species that we have had on the planet whose parent is a computer."

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MIT coats paper with a solar cell as part of research aimed at energy breakthroughs - CNN (article link)

- Cells are about 1.5 percent to 2 percent efficient at converting sunlight to electricity
- Coating paper with organic semiconductor material could pave way for lower weight of solar panels
- Printed solar cells are in the research phase and are years from being commercialized

Read more ...MIT coats paper with a solar cell as part of research aimed at energy breakthroughs - CNN (article...

DNA Nanotechnology microscopic robots can follow instructions, assemble simple products, and mimicking the machinery of living cells - WSJ (article link)

- A research group built a molecular factory in which mobile DNA robots assembled gold particles in eight different ways.
- Another researech group programmed a DNA robot that could start, stop, turn and move.
- Scientists might be able to build autonomous medical robots able to cruise the human bloodstream.

Read more ...DNA Nanotechnology microscopic robots can follow instructions, assemble simple products, and...

Solar models, U.K. every building powers its self and Spain's PS10 Solar Tower. - CNN (video)

- Spain first commercial solar tower 11mw of electricity and perhaps more in the future.
- U.K. model every building powers its self, 10 square meters generates on avg about 850kw hours/year.
- Works very well with light, sunshine is not needed, and if the buildings were full covered it would generate more power than currently used.

Read more ...Solar models, U.K. every building powers its self and Spain's PS10 Solar Tower. - CNN (video)

Psychological Harassment Research, flashing computer screen sample - YouTube (video)

A flashing computer screen sample from research on psychological harassment from NBC 04-28-2010.
- You can appreciate the flashes better in full screen mode.

"The same psychological manipulation tactics and desires are combined with advances in technology from flashing computer screens to sound distortions and harassment with the goal to discredit victims and drive them to homelessness."

Read more ...Psychological Harassment Research, flashing computer screen sample - YouTube (video)

Psychological Harassment Research; a sound distortion Sample #157 - YouTube (video)

A sound distortion sample in a grocery store and part of a research on sound distortions and psychological harassment.

"The same psychological manipulation tactics and desires are combined with advances in technology from flashing computer screens to sound distortions and harassment with the goal to discredit victims and drive them to homelessness."

Read more ...Psychological Harassment Research; a sound distortion Sample #157 - YouTube (video)

Flexible and transparent Solar cells could revolutionize the business of generating electricity from sunlight - NewScientist (video)

- Tests have shown that these ultra thin solar cells are almost as efficient as conventional ones and use much less material.
- Since they are transparent they can be applied to windows or other surfaces and can be much more affordable.

Read more ...Flexible and transparent Solar cells could revolutionize the business of generating electricity...

Sound Technology; sharp or piercing beeps in public places – iReport (video)

Sound technology can be used for psychological harassment or criminal psychological harassment.
- European stores were in the news papers not that long ago for using high frequency sounds for psychological harassment.
- Sharp and piercing beeps can, like flashing lights, be annoying or have more of an effect on someone who is sleep deprived or has high levels of cortisol.
Read more ...Sound Technology; sharp or piercing beeps in public places – iReport (video)

Nanotechnology is arguably the greatest existential risk that humanity is likely to confront in this century' - Dr Nick Bostrom Oxford University - (video)

Nanotechnology is the next step in technology evolution and it could be used to solve serious problems or create new ones. A big risk or danger is the deliberate design of weapon or control systems for which there is no defense.
- "In my view the advanced form of nanotechnology is arguably the greatest existential risk that humanity is likely to confront in this century" - Dr Nick Bostrom (Oxford University)
- "There’s the potential to do great good with them but there’s also the possibility that we wreck destruction" – Nick Pope (British Ministry of Defense ret.)
- "I have a feeling based on a human history that we’ll actually just turn this into a biological weapon of mass destruction." – Nick Pope (British Ministry of Defense ret.)

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China pulls ahead of Taiwan, second only to USA in Nanotech patent applications - NanoTech-Transfer Report #072

This month China's Tsinghua University reaches a total of 275 nano patents applied for from USPTO, outpacing Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute's 274 applications.

http://www.nanotech-now.com

Pacific Biosciences Speeds DNA Sequencing - WSJ (video)

Pacific Biosciences is working on a DNA sequencing process that it says will allow a person's genome to be sequenced in under an hour for less than $100 making a future of personally tailored genetic medicine more feasible.
Read more ...Pacific Biosciences Speeds DNA Sequencing - WSJ (video)

Scientists Take a Page From Origami and Fold DNA - WSJ (video)

Bioengineers learn to fold DNA into complex shapes, which researchers hope will one day revolutionize manufacturing, medicine and computing. WSJ's Robert Lee Hotz reports on how scientists are manipulating DNA's chemical rules.
Read more ...Scientists Take a Page From Origami and Fold DNA - WSJ (video)
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