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Boeing Completes Firm Design of the B777X

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Boeing Completes Firm Design of the B777X

Milestone Establishes Basic Airplane Design; Program On Track For First Delivery In 2020 Boeing has completed the firm configuration milestone for the 777-9, the first member of the 777X family to be developed.
 

Is This A Leaked Image of the Next Google Nexus?

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Is This A Leaked Image of the Next Google Nexus?

The image features only a view of the backplate, but it's white and comes with the familiar "Nexus" branding. Questions abound, however, over whether the image is real.

 

A member on the Google Nexus Community Indonesia site posted an image of what looks to be the backplate of a Nexus handset. Reports around the Web suggest it's a picture of the upcoming Nexus, though it's impossible to know for sure what the device in the image actually is.

What we do know is that the image shows the back of what looks to be a Nexus-branded smartphone. The backplate is white and comes with the familiar "Nexus" branding. It also has a large lens and flash. "Not for Sale" text is placed above the Nexus branding.

The image is being called the first to show a final or near-final design of Google and its manufacturing partners may have in store for the next line of Nexus devices.

Debuting in January 2010, the Google Nexus line of handsets includes devices made by third-party manufacturers under the Google branding. Unlike most other Android-based handsets, the Nexus line runs the standard version of Google's latest Android operating system. Most other devices tend, including Samsung's Galaxy line or HTC's One smartphones, have a skin atop Android that offers a slightly different user experience and includes their own applications in addition to Google's.

 

 
 

First Boeing 727 Will Make Final Flight Soon

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First Boeing 727 Will Make Final Flight Soon 

Final Home Will Be Boeing's Museum Of Flight At Boeing Field Boeing's first 727 airliner, which was gifted to the company's Museum of Flight 27 years ago, if finally about to make its final flight from the restoration center at Paine Field to Boeing Field, where it will be placed on permanent display.
 
 

The Secreat Space Alliance and the Blue Avians!

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The Secret Space Alliance and The Blue Avians!

 

The USA, and the World, have a "Black Ops" Secret Space Program. One of the secret programs is called, Secret Space Alliance (SSA) These programs have been functioning behind the scenes for a decades.. We have bases on the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

Our Space Technology is equal or greater than the Star Trek Technology you've seen on TV.

 

Do you think gasoline powered cars developed 120 years ago is "State of the Art" technology? 

 

I demand leaders of the planet release, to humanity, Zero Point/Free Energy now.

(Where's my Jetson car.... it's overdue!) :-)

 

It's time for the human race to wake up and realize that we have been lied to for a longtime.

The future of the human race requires that we all become aware of our brothers and sisters of the 

cosmos.

 

On "Soft Disclosure," Stephen Hawking is not promoting a new $100 million dollar program looking

for Extraterrestrial Life in Space.

 

Do you think they are getting ready to tell us somthing?

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 July 2015 19:56
 

Meet Afalina: Russian manufacturer reveals the world’s cheapest helicopter

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Meet Afalina: Russian manufacturer reveals the world’s cheapest helicopter 

The Russian designers are about to fulfil the consumer’s dream of an affordable helicopter, with Afalina rotorcraft expected to cost about half than currently the cheapest offer on the market and run on car fuel as it goes into production in 2016.
An ultra-light, coaxial two-seater is called Afalina, the Russian word for bottlenose dolphin, with the rotorcraft’s hull resembling the shape of the marine mammal’s body.

HeliWhale, a company from the Siberian city of Kemerovo, revealed its unique helicopter at the HeliRussia 2015 exhibition, which took place in Moscow in late-May.

Afalina is designed as a multipurpose helicopter capable of performing a variety of tasks, including the training of pilots, maintenance of pipelines and power lines, aerial surveillance, police patrolling, transportation of personnel, farm work and recreational flights.

 

One of the machine’s key features is the customizable Enigma system, which allows the pilot to pick and choose his cockpit display layout from hundreds of devices and functions.

READ MORE: RT.com

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 July 2015 20:02
 

HI, PLUTO!

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HI, PLUTO!

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made its historic flyby of Pluto early Tuesday after travelling 3 billion miles on its epic journey -- which lasted more than 9 years -- to the dwarf planet.

New Horizons made its closest flyby at 7:49 a.m. ET, passing within 7,750 miles of Pluto's surface, roughly the distance between New York and Mumbai. 

An image released by NASA, taken before the flyby, showed the dwarf planet closer than ever before.

Twitter Feed: https://twitter.com/NASANewHorizons/status/620923200621412352/photo/1

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 02:12
 

Airbus A350 XWB Tours US

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Airbus A350 XWB Tours US

The Airbus A350 XWB has kicked off the US leg of its tour of the Americas in Atlanta, Georgia.  

The demo tour features a flight test version of the aircraft, which Airbus is showingoff to investors and airlines in Atlanta, Newark, Chicago and Milwaukee.

Airbus XWB landing

READ MORE: Atwonline.com

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 02:04
 

King Schools Offering Free Online Course To Satisfy TSA Requirement

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King Schools Offering Free Online Course To Satisfy TSA Requirement

CFIs will appreciate having a new, free and online way to meet their annual TSA training requirement.

TSA Security Awareness Training for CFIs from King Schools can be completed in about an hour using any Internet-connected computer or tablet. It provides a TSA-acceptable graduation certificate and qualifies for WINGS program credit, which is automatically submitted to the FAA upon course completion.

 

 

SpaxeX Plans Downrange Abort Test from Kennedy Space Center

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SpaceX Plans Downrange Abort Test from Kennedy Space Center

 

Relocated From Vandenberg AFB In California A planned in-flight abort test for the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has been moved from Vandenberg AFB in California to Pad 39A at Cape Canaveral in Florida ... and has been delayed until further notice.

The test is designed to show how a capsule can be safely carried away from a failing rocket while in flight. It is of particular interest following the failure of the Falcon 9 booster carrying a Dragon cargo ship last Sunday.

READ MORE:  AeroNews

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 July 2015 02:23
 

David Wilcock & GoodETxSG Together on Radio - June 28, 2015 -

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David Wilcock & GoodETxSG Together on Radio

- June 28, 2015 -

 
 
David Wikcock is a well-known researcher and writer who has appeared on many talk shows around-the-world. David also,
hosts his own television series on UFO's, ETs, and metaphysical science.
 
Corey is a high-level whisleblower who has vast experience with the SSP (Secret Space Program) and the "Breakaway Civilization"
that controls our Shadow Government on Earth.
 
Listen to this facinating and informative discussion that will really open your mind to what's really going on with our civilization
in the 2015-2017 time period.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 02:09
 

Easter Island Heads; They Have Bodies! - Now An Even Greater Mystery!

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Easter Island Heads; They Have Bodies! - Now An Even Greater Mystery!

 

NASA May Have Accidently Created a Warp Drive!

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 NASA May Have Accidently Created a Warp Drive! 

Star Trek introduced the world outside of rocket science circles to the concept of warp drive – the propulsion system that allowed the starship Enterprise to travel faster than the speed of light. Warp speed is the holy grail that would let us explore the universe safely surrounded and protected by a space-distorting warp field. After watching the SpaceX rocket recently just try to land on a platform, you’d think this ability is years if not decades away. Yet the buzz on space websites is that NASA may have accidentally discovered a way to create a warp field. Wait, what?

Check out episode 13.15 of the MU Podcast for a in-depth discussion of the warp drive HERE

To get around the theory of relativity, physicisMiguel Alcubierre came up with the concept of a bubble of spacetime which travels faster than the speed of light while the ship inside of it is stationary. The bubble contracts spacetime in front of the ship and expands it behind it. The warp drive would look like a football inside a flat ring. The tremendous amount of energy it would need made this idea prohibitive until Harold “Sonny” White of NASA’s Johnson Space Center calculated that making the ring into a donut shape would significant reduce the energy needs

Meanwhile, in the lab, NASA and other space programs were working on prototypes of the EmDrive or RF resonant cavity thruster invented by British aerospace engineer Roger J. Shawyer. This propulsion device uses a magnetron to produce microwaves for thrust, has no moving parts and needs no reaction mass for fuel. In 2014, Johnson Space Center claimed to have developed its own low-power EmDrive.

Which brings us to today’s warp field buzz. Posts on NASASpaceFlight.com, a website devoted to the engineering side of space news, say that NASA has a tool to measure variances in the path-time of light. When lasers were fired through the EmDrive’s resonance chamber, it measured significant variances and, more importantly, found that some of the beams appeared to travel faster than the speed of light. If that’s true, it would mean that the EmDrive is producing a warp field or bubble. Here’s a comment from a space forum following the tests.hhat’s the big surprise. This signature (the interference pattern) on the EmDrive looks just like what a warp bubble looks like. And the math behind the warp bubble apparently matches the interference pattern found in the EmDrive.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Another surprise is that the discovery was accidental, as this comment attests. Seems to have been an accidental connection. They were wondering where this “thrust” might be coming from. One scientists proposed that maybe it’s a warp of the spacetime foam, which is causing the thrust. What happens next? To prove that the warp effect was not caused by atmospheric heating, the test will be replicated in a vacuum. If the same results are achieved, it seems to mean that the EmDrive is producing a warp field, which could ultimately lead to the development of a warp drive. What does that mean? I’ll let the physicists, propulsion experts and space scientists answer that. All I know is, it will cause a lot of wet seats at the next Star Trek convention.

  

Warp Factor 2 Mr. Sulu!

Source: http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2015/04/nasa-may-have-accidentally-developed-a-warp-drive/

 

 

Last Updated on Monday, 29 June 2015 03:01
 
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