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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowsnow View Post
    more value finding new source of cheap energy than to find how to make cheap gold.
    there are gazillion ton of gold sitting in vaults doing nothing. Easy cheap gold mean more gold gonna sit and do nothing
    Yes, but cold fusion does produce energy: LENR low energy nuclear reactors.
    Things started to clarify in this field, especially due to nanotechnology.

    A Japanese physicist transformed tungsten into gold even back in 1924 !

    http://www.kitco.com/ind/Albrecht/20...-Platinum.html

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    I thought all one needs to make gold is a geode some mercury and electricity.

    http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showt...de-Transmuting.


    Regarding free energy.. I believe if we had a free energy machine and we lived in today's form of government.... yeah it would be taxed, controlled and fee/permitted etc.. to today's current prices.
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    Perovskites for solar power.
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    Silicon solar panels have an efficiency of 20 %.

    Perovskites could reach 40 % efficiency.

    Perovskites can be easily applied, like paint with a brush.

    Investors beware.

    http://time.com/5297011/solar-energy...-national-lab/

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    Quote Originally Posted by oak333 View Post
    Perovskites for solar power.
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    Silicon solar panels have an efficiency of 20 %.

    Perovskites could reach 40 % efficiency.

    Perovskites can be easily applied, like paint with a brush.

    Investors beware.

    http://time.com/5297011/solar-energy...-national-lab/
    One of the big problems with them is that the long molecule absorption of radiation eventually breaks down the molecules, so the more exposure, the more they wear out. That is an insurmountable hurdle for long term stable matrix (part of the generated electricity comes from the actual process of denuclearation of the molecules... once broken apart, no more generating ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shades View Post
    One of the big problems with them is that the long molecule absorption of radiation eventually breaks down the molecules, so the more exposure, the more they wear out. That is an insurmountable hurdle for long term stable matrix (part of the generated electricity comes from the actual process of denuclearation of the molecules... once broken apart, no more generating ability.
    Thanks. I will have to look into that.

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    China: first AI news anchor. It simulates the voice,
    facial movements and gestures of real life broadcasters.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...eiled-in-china

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    China's Rover sends pictures from the far side of the moon:

    https://www.popularmechanics.com/spa...moon-pictures/

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    Quote Originally Posted by oak333 View Post
    Nanotechnology to heal cancer.
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    Nanorobots clot the blood vessels feeding cancer tumours,
    destroying the tumours.

    The nanorobots can target the exact location of the tumours.
    As all blood vessels feeding tumours are similar, the method
    is applicable to all kinds of cancer.

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0212112000.htm
    This is a great news. But is it 100% reliable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShirinM View Post
    This is a great news. But is it 100% reliable?
    Probably more and more reliable, given time. I do not
    know details.

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