via @cnbc: This robot has done what many robots have tried and failed to do: a backflip.
First flown in 1969, the Concorde supersonic passenger jet airliner entered service in 1976 and continued flying for 27 years. It was one of two supersonic transports to have been operated commercially. It had a maximum speed over twice the speed of sound at Mach 2.04 (~2,500 km/h) at cruise altitude. Concorde also had a take-off speed of 220 knots (407 km/h).
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MONTROSE, Colorado - MONTROSE, CO – Marine Corps veteran Sgt. Eubaldo Lovato, a Silver Star recipient, holds his daughter prior to his Silver Star award ceremony in Montrose, Colo., Nov. 18, 2017. Lovato received an award upgrade, from his previous Bronze Star, for his heroic actions while serving as a squad leader with Company A, 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, during Operation Al Fajr, part of Operation Iraqi Freedom, on Nov. 15, 2004. The Silver Star is the United States third-highest personal decoration for valor in combat.
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The technology industry needs to think more seriously about device addiction
Mobile programmers have the ability to build software that provides deep layers of penetration to the end user through sophisticated targeted notifications. Consumers with their chosen apps, have hundreds of notifications turned on and thus are brought back to their phones at an alarming frequency.
A recent study shows that many people consult their phone as much as 150 times a day. Everyone is screaming to the consumer and doing whatever they can to get their attention while not considering the long term ramifications of such excessive stimuli.
With the onslaught of sounds and vibrations, consumers are being trained that immediate action is required. With brain receptors being washed in notification happiness, we check back and thus like other addictions, ‘neurons that fire together, wire together’ and the happiness loop is formed.
ScienceDirect recently published findings correlating WMD’s (wireless mobile devices) time and anxiety, specifically for the millennials. The study examined dependency of college students to their phones in a very clever way. While not terribly surprising, it validated students who were heavy phone users, showed much higher rates of anxiety when their phones were taken away for short periods of time: 10-20 minutes.
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