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Legendary Tesla Towers are Operational in Russia


Many people still dream about wireless power transmission that Nikola Tesla developed back in 1970s. Scientists are still puzzled how the genius scientists managed to do this, however the “Wardenclyffe Tower” or more popular name Tesla Tower was built on the Manhattan Island in 1900’s. 257 more words

Videos & Documentaries

Minnesota is the fastest growing 'tech state' in the country

It may not be home to “Silicon Valley,” but Minnesota is the fastest-growing state for technology jobs in the United States.

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News

Windows 10 - How Is It?

I’ve decided to delay upgrading to Windows 10. I have the option of doing it now, but I do have a year to install it. So, how is Windows 10 going now? 119 more words

Science

Unexpected Computer Problems

At this moment, my computer is having seizures. Well, it seems like it. The lock screen keeps flashing in desktop mode. It won’t start up properly. 188 more words

Science

Transparent Aluminum?

If you’re a fan of Star Trek, you’ll remember a very funny scene from Star Trek IV in which Scotty introduces transparent aluminum to someone. 113 more words

Science Fiction

Video Editing Software Recommendations

I’ll be making videos on YouTube soon for Life in Japan, and so far, I’ve been using YouTube’s editor. It’s okay for what I’ve been doing, but it’s not the fastest or smoothest editor to use. 107 more words

Science

A. M. Turing - "Computing Machinery and Intelligence" (1950)

The original question, “Can machines think?” I believe to be too meaningless to deserve discussion. Nevertheless I believe that at the end of the century the use of words and general educated opinion will have altered so much that one will be able to speak of machines thinking without expecting to be contradicted.

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Nonfiction