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Japan Plans To Build World's Largest Floating Solar Power Plants 1
Japan seems to be in full support of renewable energy resources. Despite the shortage of free space, it stresses on the need for exploring renewable energy resources. For this particular reason, two solar panel companies have recently announced their team up for the purpose of building two big solar...
Watch Japan's Maglev Train Reach Speeds Of 500km/h 1
Japanese love the speed of their trains but their desire to go faster than ever before never seems to die. Now they have come out with a new train which races between cities at speeds as high as 500 kilometers per hour. Recently, 100 passengers boarded the test ride...
Steve Job's Dream Yacht - The Venus - Unveiled
Apple has always been more than a producer of great technological advances; they have also focused a lot about the design of their products and how that can best benefit their customers. That focus is primarily thanks to Steve Jobs, who concentrated on perfection every step of the way...
Scientist are now closer to creating a true bionic human
Sharath Sriram and his research team at RMIT have built an artificial memory cell that could one day function as the grey matter in a bionic brain. Capable of mimicking the human brain and the way it stores information over the long term, the brain-like system can also "Learn", simultaneously...
This Four-Legged Spider Car Can Go Virtually Anywhere 1
People often prefer their jeeps when it is a matter of embarking on adventurous journeys the world over. It turns out that you can have the same amount of fun while being able to travel virtually anywhere in the world. This has now been made possible with the release...
Researchers Discover A Way To Turn Cigarette Butts Into Clean Energy
Cigarette Butts are one of the most common pollutants found on earth. During beach and urban clean up drives, thousands of the tiny buggers are scooped up. 5.6 trillion cigarette butts are dumped onto mother earth each year, they also take three years to biodegrade so disposing of them can...
Top 10 Oldest Skyscrapers In The World 1
Skyscrapers are tall buildings with multiple storeys. However, there is no certain height of a building which can determine it to be a skyscraper, but most of these structures have steel framework. Here is a list of the Top 10 oldest skyscrapers in the world. 10. John Hancock Center This skyscraper...
Underwater floating tunnel planned for Norway 1
Norwegians treasure their beloved fjords, and at 1,190 in total, there are plenty to love, but the giant bodies of water pose serious hurdles to traveling across the country, especially when roads are icy in the winter. The small Nordic country has announced plans to spend a reported $25 billion...
Human-Powered Helicopter 'Gamera II' Back To The Skies
Humans have been trying to fly since long before the Wright Brothers achieved their first flight in 1903, but apparently human-powered planes are not good enough for some people as this team broke the height record with their human-powered helicopter. The goal for these short flights of fancy is one...

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