Human society is now entirely dependent upon electricity. While individual human beings might be able to survive a global loss of electrical power, our culture would evaporate immediately, leaving chaos in its wake. Currently, global society is on life support in the form of fossil fuels. Holger Thorsten Schubart and
The greatest scientific discoveries upwell from the depths of the collective unconscious to captivate the imaginations of an era’s most prominent visionaries. This phenomenon appeared in full force in 2015 when, on opposite sides of the world, Japanese researcher Takaaki Kajita and Canadian physicist Arthur McDonald simultaneously, yet independently, discovered
The strength of the interactions between electrons in a structure called twisted bilayer graphene has been tuned by adjusting the immediate environment — a major advance for tunable electronic quantum matter.
The original article can be found on Forbes India: https://bit.ly/3e88gJf The Car Pi: Invisible radiation converted by metamaterials will power the electrical vehicles of tomorrow New Member of Neutrino Energy Groups Scientific Advisory Board to Develop Electric Car with Metamaterials In India and elsewhere around the globe, consumers are being incentivized to
As plans to explore the cosmos once again reach a fever pitch in the United Statesand abroad, the Neutrino Energy Group stands at the ready to supplement the power sources that contemporary astronauts will need to establish colonies on the Moon and travel to Mars. A recent press release details
The sun produces many different kinds of energy. Visible light only constitutes a tiny fraction of the radiation that the sun and other stars produce, and neutrinos are one of the types of invisible energies that emanate from our local star.
By all measures, graphene should not exist. The fact it does comes down to some neat loophole in physics which sees with an impossible 2D sheet of atoms behave like a good 3D material. New research has delved into graphene’s rippling, discovering a physical happening on an atomic scale which
A neutrino moving through solid matter will sometimes create a shower of fast-moving charged particles called a cascade. As these particles slow down, they ionize atoms in the solid, leaving behind a tell-tale cloud of electrical charge.
Leading neutrino energy scientists are quite a bit ahead of the curve when it comes to finding a solution to keep fossil fuels in the ground and to save the climate by bringing a viable new source of green energy. Back in 2015, Holger Thorsten Schubart, the CEO of the