Very serious energy crisis in the UK right now. Partly attributed to Brexit and our leaving the Single Market.
This is the first actual graph I've seen of the current situation – I had no idea it was this bad. The government is holding emergency talks.
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- Mon Sep 20, 2021 8:39 pm
- Forum: Science & Technology of the Future
- Topic: 2045 predictions
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What are we expecting to be the most common uses/roles for human-like robots? I'm guessing household chores such as cleaning, cooking and tidying, as well as looking after children and elderly family members. They'd also be popular as sex workers, I'd imagine... I foresee the first human-robot marri...
- Mon Sep 20, 2021 2:59 pm
- Forum: Transport & Infrastructure
- Topic: Electric Vehicles News & Discussions
- Replies: 38
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The world's first charging station for electric aviation 09/18/2021 Skycharge, developed by Green Motion and Pipistrel, has recently been approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) as the world's first OEM-independent electric aircraft charging station. Pipistrel's Velis Electro aircraf...
Carbon nanotubes? Well.. Here's a news item from a KurzweilAI daily newsletter, august 2005: "Large, transparent sheets of carbon nanotubes can now be produced at lightning speed. The new technique should allow the nanotubes to be used in commercial devices from heated car windows to flexible ...
- Sun Sep 19, 2021 9:43 am
- Forum: Off Topic & General Discussion
- Topic: Personal chat thread
- Replies: 67
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I find myself sort of rooting for the virus some days. I've always known people are a mess, and that I easily get to the point where I to be alone for a few days to weeks at a time to shake of the stress of dealing with humanity. I still have plans that many of the projects I work on will make stri...