After more than five years, China is gearing up to open the largest radio telescope's eye on to space.
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) has been installed with more than 4,400 reflecting panels. The device is also considered to be more sensitive than any other telescopes in the world. The Chinese government is hoping to achieve many scientific goals by using FAST to survey outer space.
FAST to Scan Alien Life and Black Holes? The FAST is 500m wide and undoubtedly bigger than the previous record holder of the world's largest telescope, the Arecibo Observatory. The telescope is located in a remote are in Guizhou Province in China. It costs $185 million and was started back in 2011. The FAST can reach 1,000 light years worth of radio waves and have the potential to search for alien life, black holes and other curious phenomenon in space. more >>
Ashok Das, a green tech consultant and the founder and CEO of SunMoksha, was encouraged to develop what is now known as the Smart NanoGrid technology that provides solar electricity to a village in Chhotkei, Orissa, the country's first "smart village," in a way that no other company has accomplished before according to a report published by the BBC.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to light up every single Indian village in 1,000 days last year, but it became a challenge because control was an issue to previous installations because of the difficulty in maintaining and monitoring the system, resulting to breakage of equipment. Thanks to the advances of Smart NanoGridTM, it made the advocacy sustainable and now much more within reach.
The Communist Party in China's coastal Zhejiang province is forcing persecuted Christian churches to hand over all of their tithes and donations to government officials, reports have said.
Many of these same churches that have had their rooftop crosses forcefully removed are now being forced to display the Communist flag where the crosses once stood.
China Aid, which has been reporting on the ever increasing persecution against churches in the past few years, said the government's orders are part of a move to crackdown on Christians by imposing regulations. more >>
Bangladeshi Islamist terrorists, who held hostages at a cafe in the national capital of Dhaka Friday through Saturday, spared and provided meals to those who were able to recite a verse from the Quran, but hacked to death the other 20 hostages, who were mostly foreigners and included a U.S. citizen, according to the father of a Muslim survivor.
"The gunmen were doing a background check on religion by asking everyone to recite from the Quran. Those who could recite a verse or two were spared. The others were tortured," Rezaul Karim, father of Hasnat Karim who was held hostage inside the Holey Artisan Bakery along with others, told The Daily Star.
The survivor, his wife Sharmin Karim, 13-year-old daughter Safa and eight-year-old Rayan were at the Spanish restaurant in Dhaka's diplomatic zone to celebrate Safa's birthday. They were among the 13 hostages who were freed in a joint-rescue operation by the military, paramilitary Border Guard Bangladesh, police and elite force Rapid Action Battalion. more >>
The moment we've all been waiting for is about to get real. The Yonko saga was confirmed to be the ninth saga in One Piece both in anime and manga series. With this, we can assume that the Strawhats will face Kaido and Big Mom pretty soon. Since it is foreshadowed that Luffy will face Kaido in a 1v1 scenario, Oda will surely make a boost on Luffy to the extent that he'll be prepared to face the "Strongest Creature".
In my opinion, Luffy, in his current state, is still far from beating Kaido especially with his personality of keeping a 1v1 match up against his opponents. There is a notion in the New World where it says, "If it's a one-on-one match, Kaido will win". With that being said, I really think that Luffy still needs a power boost in order for him to beat a yonko. Now my theory is formulated thanks to famous theorists in marineford.com as well as famous channels in youtube.
Greetings fellow One-Punch Man fanatics! We've uncovered new leads from the webcomic series regarding the most enigmatic organization, the Monster Association. That's right! It's the archnemesis of the Heroes Association and we've learned a bit from it from a much reliable source: the original One-Punch man webcomic series. Take note that it's the first original release of 'One' and where most of the manga and anime series were adapted. So let's get down to business.
The Monsters Association was first introduced to Garou in the Human Monster Saga by two unknown men which claimed to be part of the said organization. Garou, who has been fighting his way to become the best monster in the world, peaked the interest of the association which is presumed to have been created by Psykos.
In One Punch Man Original Webcomic, which was the original series of the manga, the organization was founded by Psykos, a former colleague and friend of Fubiki, the B-class Rank 1 hero which is the younger sister of Tatsumaki, the current S-class Rank 2 hero. more >>