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Panel says hyperloop test track in Missouri could cost $500 million

hyperloop

Will Missourians support the controversial hyperloop linking the state’s two largest cities? That’s the hope of a blue ribbon panel charged with investigating the idea. An announcement Monday afternoon by House Speaker ...

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Drinking water out of thin air: technology changing poor villages around the world

Poor and neglected towns around the world now have access to clean drinking water. And, it’s appearing out of thin air. After a decade of development, a company called “Watergen” has created ...

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Has Israel invented how future cars will be built?

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Automotive companies are slow to change. The basic design of the automobile has not really changed in over 120 years. Now, thanks to an Israeli start-up, cars are about to look, and ...

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News Briefs: School technology failing? Walmart and guns; Certain e-cigarrettes banned; Man denies affair with Omar

news briefs

Today’s news briefs: Walmart to ban legally carried guns in all stores Walmart said it will stop selling ammunition for handguns and some rifles, and stop allowing shoppers to openly carry firearms even ...

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Israel uses solar in plan to gain energy independence

solar

Israel is hoping to become a world leader in per capita net energy produced by renewable means. The country of almost 9 million officially marked the starting of operations of the nation’s ...

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Israeli start-ups work to sow joy, hope in hearts of disabled

disabled

Millions of disabled people around the world endure struggles and hardships that others can’t imagine.  But organizations in Israel are determined to provide real-life solutions to their daily challenges by partnering with ...

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Israeli breakthrough: Tracking molecular changes in the brain

In another ground-breaking advancement in medicine, Israeli scientists have successfully transformed a MRI camera into a device can detect brain disease by recording molecular changes in brain tissue. Professor Aviv Mezer, and ...

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Severe burns after generic phone charger touches necklace

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A young woman suffered severe neck burns after her necklace came in contact with her generic cell phone charger, prompting experts to warn about the potential dangers of using these products. The ...

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Remembering the Moon landing

moon landing

On July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 mission first put a man on the moon and has become an iconic moment in American history, and 50 years later, the nation hopes to reach further. ...

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Be My Eyes app lets volunteers help the blind

blind

A new app developed to aid the blind in completing daily tasks actually uses complete strangers to make it work. It is an example of Galatians 6:2 which reads, “Carry each other’s ...

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Is an artificial intelligence Antichrist possible?

artificial intelligence

There was a time when most of humanity could envision some occupations that would be replaced by machines, technology or artificial intelligence. Working as a fashion model probably wasn’t one of them. ...

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Israeli scientists destroy cancer by freezing

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JERUSALEM, Israel – An Israeli company is helping doctors treat cancer by freezing tumors with liquid nitrogen. IceCure Medical, a company based in Israel’s northern coastal city of Caesarea, claim their non-invasive ...

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Elaine Beck is on a mission to unite Christians with new social media app

Elaine Beck is on a mission to unite Christians. But her efforts are not alone as ministries push for harmony in today’s often divided church. Ministries host events for people of different locations, ...

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Is Snapchat pushing pedophilia?

snapchat

Snapchat is under fire again, after a photo-sharing app they recently featured included a filter called “Love Has No Labels.”  The app promotes LGBTQ Pride Month but one of the categories included by ...

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Kim Komando: Better sleep with the right technology

sleep

Most of us know about “circadian rhythms” and the “sleep cycle.” We have a basic idea of REM, and know it’s not best to wake up during a “deep sleep.” But all ...

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China’s Big Brother tightens grip on society

big brother

The book “1984” by George Orwell is being  played out in Communist China with big brother everywhere. The Chinese Communist Party is using advanced technology to secure government control over the lives ...

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SpaceX to launch first of 6,000 internet satellites this week

spacex

SpaceX wants to beam cheap broadband internet all over the planet. It’s gearing up for the first crucial step toward making that a reality. Elon Musk’s rocket company will try to deliver a ...

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Japan tests world’s fastest bullet train

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Japan has started testing its fastest-ever bullet train—capable of reaching 249 mph (400 kph)—as it continues to develop the revolutionary mode of travel. The ALFA-X version of the Shinkansen train began three years’ ...

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Feds wait too long, so state AGs begin their move against tech giants

It has become increasingly apparent over the years that the major Silicon Valley-based tech companies have tried to straddle the line between being open platforms for the sharing of information or biased ...

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Topeka man helping people see Pilots games through the eyes of players

A Topeka man has come up with new technology that offers a new way to watch hockey. Austin Wright started his company Experience FPV in January, and it offers a new experience. ...

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Israeli moon lander craft sends first photo from space

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Israel’s Beresheet historic Moon landing spacecraft sent back its first image from more than 20,000 miles above the earth. The spacecraft, which is the first one Israel has sent to the moon ...

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Teen sold kidney for iPhone, now bedridden for life

organ iPhone

A Chinese teen who sold his kidney for an iPhone a few years ago is reportedly bedridden for life. Wang Shangkun, who was 17 years old when he sold the organ, began ...

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‘Social Animals’ spotlights perilous life of teens and Instagram

social animal

Not that long ago, I was young and hip. I knew about the latest trends, the latest songs, the latest gadgets. It was my life. But the process of growing older and ...

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Israel to assist in scanning river for Holocaust victims

river holocaust

For the first time since the end of WWII, a search is beginning for Jews killed and thrown into the Danube River in Hungary. The move is at the behest of Interior ...

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Is China’s control of 5G speeds a Pearl Harbor for US?

5g

Communist China is determined to control fifth-generation wireless technology (5G) networks, posing a threat to American telecommunication firms and raising national-security concerns. To win the next-generation mobile race, the U.S. government has ...

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