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This 17-Year-Old Designed a Motor That Could Potentially Transform the Electric Car Industry


Robert Sansone’s research could pave the way for the sustainable manufacturing of electric vehicles that do not require rare-earth magnets




高校生Engineerが電気自動車に使われる、新しいコンセプトのMotorを開発。既存のRare Metal (希少金属)を使わない画期的な開発に成功したと言う、良い話題です。



Robert Sansone is a natural born engineer. From animatronic hands to high-speed running boots and a go-kart that can reach speeds of more than 70 miles per hour, the Fort Pierce, Florida-based inventor estimates he’s completed at least 60 engineering projects in his spare time. And he’s only 17 years old.

A couple years ago, Sansone came across a video about the advantages and disadvantages of electric cars. The video explained that most electric car motors require magnets made from rare-earth elements, which can be costly, both financially and environmentally, to extract. The rare-earth materials needed can cost hundreds of dollars per kilogram. In comparison, copper is worth $7.83 per kilogram.

Tonga's volcano sent tons of water into the stratosphere. That could warm the Earth








The violent eruption of Tonga's Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano injected an unprecedented amount of water directly into the stratosphere — and the vapor will stay there for years, likely affecting the Earth's climate patterns, NASA scientists say.

The massive amount of water vapor is roughly 10% of the normal amount of vapor found in the stratosphere, equaling more than 58,000 Olympic-size swimming pools.

"We've never seen anything like it," said atmospheric scientist Luis Millán, who works at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Millán led a study of the water the volcano sent into the sky; the team's research was published in Geophysical Research Letters.



This all-electric race boat taking its inspiration from Formula 1

The boat successfully "flew" for the first time during a series of performance tests in Northern Italy.





電動航空機ならず、電動Race Boatの出現です。

Caption を使って、Listeningの練習をしましょう!


E1’s Racebird is an all-electric, futuristic looking race boat equipped with cooling and hydrofoil technology. The design takes inspiration from E1’s founder Alejandro Agag’s time with his GP2 Formula 1 team.

Wingwalker Betty Bromage completes fifth high-flying challenge





UK(英国)のAirshowで、Acrobat に成功したと言う記事からです。


尚、 Videoですのでお気楽に目を通してください♪


It might strike fear into most people but 93-year-old Betty Bromage has no trouble taking to the skies strapped to the wing of a plane.

The Gloucestershire pensioner has just finished her fifth daredevil challenge to raise money for a local hospice.

"I can't do a lot of things but this is something I can do towards charity, and it's helping other people.

"That's basically been my way of life, to try and help people."

Video Journalist: Dan Ayers

Solana attack targets thousands of crypto wallets, costing users more than $5 million

Solana’s sol token, one of the largest cryptocurrencies after bitcoin and ether, fell about 8% in the first two hours after the hack was detected.









Nearly 8,000 digital wallets have been drained of just over $5.2 million in digital coins, including Solana’s sol token and USD Coin, or USDC, according to the blockchain analytics firm Elliptic. The Twitter account Solana Status confirmed the attack, noting that as of Wednesday morning, about 7,767 wallets have been affected. Elliptic’s estimate is slightly higher, at 7,936 wallets.

Solana’s sol token, one of the largest cryptocurrencies after bitcoin and ether, fell about by 8% in the first two hours after the hack was detected, according to data from CoinMarketCap. It’s currently down about 1%, while trading volume is up about 105% in the last 24 hours.

NTSB investigating after mysterious death of co-pilot who exited plane in mid-air in North Carolina





航空事故の場合、米国ではNTSB(National Transportation Safety Board) 国家運輸安全委員会なる第三者機関によって調査されます。





The National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday that it has launched an investigation after the co-pilot of a small cargo plane died Friday after falling from the aircraft in North Carolina before it made an emergency landing.

CBS affiliate WNCN-TV reported that the body of the co-pilot, 23-year-old Charles Hew Crooks, was found in a backyard in the town of Fuquay-Varina, about 30 miles south of the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. He did not have a parachute.

The pilot made an emergency landing at the airport Friday afternoon after reporting that one of the wheels had come off the landing gear of the CASA 212-200 airplane. He was treated and released from a hospital with minor injuries.

Cancelled vs. Canceled: Which Is Correct?






読めばわかるのですが.. なぁんだそう言う事ってな英語です。



We're setting the record straight on whether your plans are "cancelled" or "canceled"
Another day, another plan you might have to change. Flights are notoriously unreliable, mostly due to staff shortages—airlines and airports experienced considerable layoffs during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and rehiring hasn’t kept up with the increased demand for air travel. In-person events, too, may be subject to change because of continued COVID-19 infections. As you roll with the circumstances and hope for the best, you may find yourself wondering how to write out any changes you encounter. Is “cancelled” or “canceled” the correct spelling for this turn of events?

As with other words that try to trip us up with variant spellings (we’re looking at you, “traveled” vs. “travelled”), there’s a clear-cut answer to your query—no gray (or is it “grey”?) area here. As you move toward (not “towards”) an understanding of the term and how it’s used, know it’s OK (or, perhaps, okay?) if you get it wrong once in a while.