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Pretty cool! It looks like the video is mainly there to advertise their latest CD, but who can blame them for some smart self-promotion?
Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (a 501(c)3 not-for-profit), with the fund raising help of Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal fame, has finally purchased the property where stands the last surviving laboratory of Nikola Tesla (visionary scientist and the greatest geek who ever lived): the Wardenclyffe facility. Hurrah!
Now they’re going to restore the site and build a museum there. Awesome!
The press release can be found here, here’s the full press conference (its over an hour long).
Now that Disney has bought Lucas Film, what should we expect for then next Star Wars films? I think these guys have a pretty good idea (and it’s pretty well done, too).
But seriously, it looks like the new Star Wars films will be coming out in the summer of 2015, followed by a new film every summer until 2019 (so 5 new films). For more information on that, checkout the article at the Telegraph.
Check this out: Abney Park, the steampunk band, has an awesome new airship pirate board game. Right on!
You can get it here.
Tesla vs Edison – the Epic Rap Battle. Nuff said.
Was the tragic destruction of the Imperial Death Star at the hands of the Rebel Alliance an inside job? You decide.
Check this out. This kid, Taylor Wilson, built a nuclear fusion reactor in his garage when he was 14. No, not a crummy old fission reactor… a fusion reactor. When he was 14, no less. Here’s a clip of his recent TED talk. Wow!
Check out this great 40 minute interview and Q&A with famed astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson.
And if you still haven’t gotten enough of Neil deGrasse Tyson, take a look at these great StarTalk videos.
This is a most enlightening infographic video highlighting the extreme extent to which wealth inequality exists in America today. It’s well worth looking at, and quite an eye opener.
So this group at Lockheed Martin claims they’ll have 100 MW fusion reactors by 2025. That would be great, but… well, they seem a little sketchy on the details. Still, it is Lockheed Martin.
Best of luck!