Can We Fight It?

nanotech the end of the worldScience has immense powers. It can create and destroy the world.

Nanotechnology is the recent phenomena and seems it is the ultimate science.

Nanotechnology as a weapon of mass destruction has more scope than any other weapon of war.

If nanotechnology goes out of hard, within our lifetime we could experience a mass war of destruction. it can encroach ours freedom, liberty, ways of life even our basic instinct and survival. In sensing this US is planning to create a policy documents “how wars will be fought in the future” and will warn its global peer competitors in the 2010 – 2025 time frame.

Due to nuclear powered countries go on increasing day by day slowly we are heading to a situation where the “strategic statement” continues. Each country is connected other with trade offs. It reduces the possibilities of war.

Due to nanotechnology products raw materials and assembly branches can be inbuilt and dependence with other nation will reduce drastically. Though it may be a fertile ground for fantasy as the possible ground of nanotechnology weaponry with 3D assembly of nano structure , is bulk will yield much better versions of weapons of mass destruction with very high performance powered weapons.

With the use of nanotechnology guns can be higher, the bullet exists force can be minimal, a simple gun can carry unbelievable number of ammunition, fire self guided bullets, multi spectral gun right, even fire themselves when an enemy is detected.

The current fiber bullet poof vests (Kevlar) can be replaced with nanotechnology powered bullet vests that not only provide better vests but also can store energy and monitor health status of soldiers.

Imagine bullets that pack superior computing power than the largest supercomputer is existence , that can perform real-time analysis of the environment and communicate with weapon tracking to target with better precise and control. Imagine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UVA) equipped with chemical sensors based of pinpointing single molecule out of billions and producing incredible photo resolutions.

10 Unique Things Jettisoned into Space

Buzz lightyear really goes to spaceSince 1977, when the plane NASA Voyager one and Voyager two was launched into space, each of which has the potential for life and have the ability to hear, have access to the sounds of the earth.
What are the contents of the tape? The sound is comprised of music from various cultures and eras, natural sound and sound man-made (ie, the kiss between mother and child, the sound of rain, wind and surf), all in 12-inch gold-plated copper discs.

Since then, some pretty interesting things have made it into space as well. Here are my top 10 picks.

1. Lego Toys

On August 5, NASA launched the aircraft Juno, who, when reaching Jupiter in 2016, will orbit the planet for one Earth year to study the atmosphere before reaching the surface.

Well, take part in the spacecraft is three Lego sculpture: Jupiter, the Roman king of the gods; Juno, one of his wife, and one astronomer, Galileo Galilei.

Placement of objects is part of a partnership between NASA and LEGO groups to inspire children to explore science and technology.

2. Gold disc

Since 1977, when the plane NASA Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 was launched into space, each of which has the potential for life and have the ability to hear, have access to the sounds of the earth.

What are the contents of the tape? The sound is comprised of music from various cultures and eras, natural sound and sound man-made (ie, the kiss between mother and child, the sound of rain, wind and surf), all in 12-inch gold-plated copper discs.

The contents of the tape were selected by a committee chaired by Carl Sagan, also includes a message from President Jimmy Carter and 115 images encoded in analog form.

3. Artifacts from Jamestown

This artifact was found from the bottom of the well by the archaeologists who examined the colony at Jamestown, Virginia, blocks marked “Yames Towne” was probably once attached to the shipping crate.
NASA is putting together two sets of artifacts coins aboard the space shuttle Atlantis for a mission in March 2007, in commemoration of Jamestown the first British settlement in America.

4. Controversial Stamps

Apollo 15, launched in 1971, was famous for being the first to use open-topped vehicle, known as the Lunar Vehicle rovings.

But the mission was also known by the astronauts involved in controversy after landing.
The astronauts are caught carrying unauthorized souvenirs ie almost 400 stamps, which they intend to sell on the way back to Earth.

The incident prompted NASA to take disciplinary action against the astronauts and make new rules about what can be carried into space. Which is why we now have

5. Belongs to Luke Skywalker Lightsaber

Star Wars fans are not necessarily familiar with the sword of Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber.
The properties of the film Return of the Jedi is joined to the shared space shuttle Discovery in order to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of Star Wars 1977.

Lightsaber was escorted to the airport California by people dressed as Chewbacca, was flown to Houston, met there with people costumed Star Wars, displayed briefly at the Johnson Space Center, was flown to Cape Canaveral, then slid into space and back down to earth.

6. Ashes of Star Trek Actor

James Doohan, who played Scotty in Star Trek television series version of the original (and also starred in seven feature films Star Trek), wanted the ashes fired into space, a process that appears to be more modest than the actual.

In May 2007, the aircraft was flying a short for several minutes before falling into the desert of New Mexico with the ashes of 199 others.

A year later, in a further attempt to send Doohan’s ashes into space, a rocket that took him explode over the Pacific Ocean. Doohan himself wanted to follow in the footsteps of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry namely, that his ashes fired into space on missions in 1992 and 1997, Doohan’s just out of luck unfortunately.

7. Coins Grissom

In July 1961, astronauts Gus Grissom runs the Project Mercury, which is the human-spaceflight program in the U.S. first.

Grissom went to bring some stuff that is 50 coins, three $ 1 bills, several models of small capsules, and two pairs of pilot badges, which are all considered more valuable because it has to travel into space.
The flight was successful, but had trouble landing in the Atlantic Ocean, when Grissom realized that he was carrying too much weight due to the souvenirs.

Grissom nearly drowned but managed to escape.

The aircraft the Liberty Bell itself sank, but was discovered 30 years later, along with all the coins brought by Grissom.

8. Stick and Ball Golf

Towards the end of exploration along the Apollo 14, astronaut Alan Shepard informed NASA that he carried a golf club and also some balls.

After a few swings do not succeed, because the weight of an astronaut suit, he was finally able to push one ball for miles. “

9. Family Portrait

For Charles Duke, not enough he became the youngest person ever to walk on the moon when he became a pilot of Apollo 16 in 1972.

To stick in his footsteps in the sky, Duke decided to leave the family portrait (Duke, Dotty his wife and his children Charles and Tom ) on the lunar surface.
And to make sure that everyone knows about it, the Duke took images with 70-mm Hasselblad camera hers.

The back of the photograph, which is packaged in a transparent foil, reads: “This is a family of Astronaut Duke from Planet Earth Landing the Month, April 1972. “

10. Buzz Light year from Toy Story

Buzz Light year, the figure of an astronaut in the movie Toy Story, flew into space in 2008 with Discovery.
Buzz Light year had lived on the International Space Station for more than 450 days before landing back to earth on September 11, 2009. Buzz Light year participation in space is related to the opening of Toy Toy StoryMania, sebiah attractions at Disney World and Disneyland.


What would be your top picks? Leave a comment below, I’d love to hear!

Diamond Planet Discovery, Astronomers Discover Palnet Made of Diamonds

planet made of diamondsAstronomers have made a sparkling discovery, they claim to have found a planet entirely made of diamonds.

Astronomers have made a sparkling discovery, they claim to have found a planet entirely made of diamonds.

An international team of scientists, who reported their discovery in the journal of science, said they have unearthed a once-massive star in the Milky Way that has been transformed into a small planet made of the precious rock.

The team — made up of scientists from Australia, Italy, Germany, Britain and the US — first detected an unusual star, called a pulsar, and followed up their discovery using a telescope based in an observatory in Cheshire.

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Pulsars are small spinning stars more than ten miles in diameter — the size of a small city — that emit a beam of radio waves.

The researchers think that the “diamond planet” is all that remains of the original star, most of whose matter was siphoned off towards the pulsar.

The companion planet is small, at less than 40,000 miles wide — about five times the diameter of Earth.

But it is so close to the pulsar that if it were a bit bigger it would have been ripped apart by the gravitational force of the star, which rotates more than 10,000 times per minute and has a mass of about 1.4 times that of the sun.

“This remnant is likely to be largely carbon and oxygen, because a star made of lighter elements like hydrogen and helium would be too big to fit the measured orbiting times,” said research team member Dr Michael Keith of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Australia.