Of Interest
Sunday April 23, 2017

US To Station Laser Weapons near Iran in Persian Gulf

User Rating:  / 0

Stop Fundamentalism – Newly designed laser weapons are being mounted on ships weighing over 50 tons that are stationed in the Persian Gulf region near Iran in view of possible future conflicts with this country, say Al-Arabia news.

Read more...

Travel to Mars in 30 Days – Nuclear Fusion Technology Can Do It

User Rating:  / 0

SF News – A nuclear fusion-powered rocket could enable astronauts travel to Earth’s neighboring planet Mars at speeds considerably faster than before.  The current travel speeds using fuel rockets make Mars travel a journey of about four years but the new fusion technology being tested by researchers at the University of Washington promises that in 30 to 90 days.

Read more...

Finding Dory - Disney and Pixar Make a Sequel to Finding Nemo

User Rating:  / 0

Finding Dory by Disney Animations will be released in 2015

SF News – For those who loved Disney’s popular animation “Finding Nemo”, Dory, the little fish who accompanied Nemo’s father in his quest to find his son, is a familiar name.  The little goofy fish, that made friends with sharks, is swimming back her way into the big screen once again.

Read more...

Printable Living Tissue (Droplet Networks) Possible?

User Rating:  / 0

3D printer making living tissue-like material (droplet networks)

AFP - British scientists have used a custom-made 3D printer to make living tissue-like material that could one day serve medical purposes, according to findings released Thursday.

Read more...

Is the Green Rock Really from Mercury? Some Disagree

User Rating:  / 0

By: Phil and Roslyn Heywood
“Scientists believe the first chunk of planet Mercury has landed on Earth.” (Australian Associated Press)   Mercury is exceptional in having a live planetary magnetic field – perhaps only one hundredth the ‘strength’ of Earth’s, but, unlike Venus, Mars, and asteroids, it has a field.  Remnant magnetism lingers in the rock of some bodies such as the moon and Mars.  Venus does not have any measured magnetism as a planet and pieces of Venus have not been positively identified as meteorites.

Read more...

Follow Irantrack on Twitter Facebook page of Stop Fundamentalism - Iran News