China Deploys Agricultural Robots And Drones To Fight Virus Outbreak

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Study Shows Rain Could Be A Viable Source Of Renewable Energy

John Vibes, Truth TheoryWaking Times The planet is overflowing with energy, and humans are just in the beginning stages of figuring out how to harness that energy in the safest and most efficient ways. Scientists all over the world have been experimenting with different renewable energy options for many years, and significant progress has been made in bringing some of these technologies to market. For example, solar energy continues to become more common and affordable, as are things like electric cars, and there are likely many other technological advances in this…

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Scientists Are Developing Solar Panels That Generate Power At Night

John Vibes, Truth TheoryWaking Times According to the most recent data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) wind and solar energy are already cheaper than traditional alternatives in two-thirds of the world, and is expected to be the cheapest option everywhere by 2030. Breakthroughs in solar technology are making it more efficient and cheaper to extract energy from the sun, which in turn, is making this technology more available to the average person. One of the major drawbacks of solar energy is that it can only produce energy during the day, but new…

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Will Google’s Social Credit System Determine Your Future?

Dr. Mercola, GuestWaking Times You may have heard about China’s social credit system — a dystopian monitoring scheme focused on the moral dimension of human life and behavior — which was conceived in 2014 and rolled out in in earnest in 2018. As reported by Business Insider in October that year: “Like private credit scores, a person’s social score can move up and down depending on their behavior. The exact methodology is a secret — but examples of infractions include bad driving, smoking in non-smoking zones, buying too many video games…

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