• October 22, 2021

White non-fiber conduit from US to Europe to make fibre optic connections

By Mark Robinson / TechRadars staff writerThe new fibre optic conduit for Europe is designed to be as flexible as possible.The company, based in the United States, has been developing its line of fiber-optic cables for more than a decade, but in the past few years, the technology has matured and the cost of making…

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Strongest non ferric metals

A rare rare, ultra-strong non- ferrous metal has been discovered at a British research site.The researchers say it has the potential to provide a cheaper, more durable alternative to steel.The metal is called rhodium.It is composed of six protons, two neutrons and two electrons, and is found in rare earth metals such as rhodite.It has…

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The GOP’s non-reputation crisis, by Steve Schmidt

The latest in a series of articles detailing the Republican Party’s lack of accountability, non-disclosure and the way it operates is here.This article is part of a series exploring the GOP’s culture of corruption, malfeasance and malfeaseness.

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N-metal analysis shows the first time a non-metal is used to cut an object

An analysis of the structure of the non-metallic alloy that made the famous razor blades of the 1970s shows it has a higher energy per unit area than a metal that can be used as a cutting tool.The new work was presented in a paper published in the journal Science by scientists at the University…

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Why a former Colts linebacker is a big fan of the NFL

Former Colts linebacker Ryan Clady was a fan of football for years, but that changed in the offseason of 2016 when he joined the Baltimore Ravens.The team announced the move to get a player that can play both safety and linebacker, but the former Cleveland Browns linebacker is now one of the top safety prospects…

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US military says it’s considering a new generation of non-fibrous alloy materials

The US military is considering a range of new non-fabricated materials, which could include some of the strongest non-toxic, non-metallic elements on the planet, the Pentagon has said.Non-fiberglass composite materials could be a “great way” to reduce the size and weight of weapons systems, the service has said in a letter to the US Senate.The…

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The $3.8 trillion gold and silver market is booming as demand for metal from the energy sector grows

The U.S. gold and precious metal market is growing like never before, and it’s not slowing down anytime soon.As demand for metals from the renewables sector, auto-parts, automotive and aerospace sectors skyrocketed in recent years, the U.N. World Economic Forum (WEF) estimated in its annual Global Economic Outlook report that demand for the precious metal…

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How much is a white non-metal alloy worth?

Non-ferric alloys are often used in many kinds of products, including toys, car parts, and even a range of appliances.The name non-metals refers to the metal used to make the product, while ferrous metals are used for their high conductivity.Ferrous metals aren’t as widely used as metals, but they do have their uses, from a…

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Why China is looking for non-fiber metals as it faces climate change

CHINA has been looking for the right non-bonded metal to replace steel for more than a decade, and it is now ready to move ahead with a $20 billion project to replace its biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions.But the plan is a risky one that could jeopardize the countrys carbon-emitting economy, analysts say.Non-ferric metals…

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‘Risk factor for developing schizophrenia’ in a metal worker

A survey of workers at a steel mill in Wisconsin shows an alarming link between exposure to lead and an increased risk of developing schizophrenia.The results, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, are consistent with previous studies linking lead exposure to schizophrenia and other psychiatric illnesses.The study, which was led by Dr.…

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