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Monday, January 20, 2020

Simple Trick On How to Use Your Generator Without Fueling It

Fuelless Generator is now the best invention in the world to eliminate the combustion system in our environment. The world has experienced global warming attributed to high level of sun and heat resulting from continuous release of smoke to the atmosphere. It is on this basis researchers are not a sleep bed until the world is free from global warming.

This is tested and working experiment. A fuel generator set is being converted to fueless
Fuel does not generate electricity rather it powers the engine in generator and as the engine rotates, it rotates the coil and magnetic inside the generator alternator.

In physics101 electricity is defined as the movement of magnetic inside a coil. The major ideology of this experiment is the get the magnetic rotating using another means instead of petrol.

Importance of this experiment
1. It doesn't produce smoke.
2. It doesn't make noise whatsoever.
3. You can set it inside your house.
4. It can function for 24 hours nonstop as long as the electric motor is still on.

Major components used in this experiment are
1. Electric motor
2. Petrol generator panel
3. Petrol generator alternator

How to Set it Up
Get your petrol generator and remove the petrol tank. Take the panel and the alternator as shown in the picture below.

generator without fuel

Connect the electric motor to the alternator using belt so that as the motor rotates, it rotates the alternator too.

The alternator is already connected to the panel of the generator.

Note: The main supplier of this electricity is the electric motor because as it's rotating the alternator is rotating and alternator produces the current as it rotates then sends to the panel.

Note: The electric motor is rechargeable. There are ones that can last for 24hrs after charging it. When the battery dies so does the rotation stop, all you have to do is charge it again and continue enjoying your free electricity.

Friday, January 17, 2020

Eleven Facts About iPhone You Don't Know, You Won't Believe NO 5

Facts about iPhone

Apple is one of the top smartphone producers in the world with track record of premium devices, design and features. The latest on their list is the amazing iPhone 11 pro.

But how much do you know iPhone and the company behind it - Apple Inc? This post reveals some of the unknown facts of iPhone devices and how they started. Maybe you are aware of some of these facts but I am sure there are people that this will come as a surprise to.

Even me, the first day I read about some of this facts, I was marveled and since then, I have been combing to get more information about Apple and other smartphone makers. Read below articles for the facts;

1. There Was Another iPhone Before The Apple iPhone
Before Apple launched iPhone, there was another company that had the name 'iPhone'. The company was actually known as the Cisco Systems.

In fact, they litigated Apple for naming its cell phone, ‘iPhone’. The first iPhone by Cisco was a VoIP phone, which allowed users to make Skype calls without using a computer. Ultimately, both the companies reached an agreement, and have kept their rights to the name.

2. The iPhone Was Conceptualized in the Late 1980s
Back in 1983, the developer of Apple computer, Hartmut Esslinger, idealized a landline phone that had features somewhat similar to today’s iPhone and iPad with a stylus-controlled interface. Though, the design was never developed into a real Phone, it is surprising that Apple had the idea behind the iPhone many years before it was launched. Just imagine how the iPhone landscape and custom iPhone app development would look if that old prototype in 1983 had been released.

3. U2’s Bono Is In Every iPhone
If you look closely to your iPhone, you’ll find that the artist’s icon in your Music app is originally a silhouette of Bono Vertigo – the U2 singer.

4. The App Store Was The First Place To Download An iOS App Legally
One of the most interesting facts about the Apple iPhone is that the App Store is the only place to download free or paid iOS apps legally.

5. Samsung Manufactures iPhone Processors
Now this might surprise you greatly. While it is true that Samsung and Apple are arch rivals in the smartphone field, they both are partnered with each other. Samsung has a contract with Apple to make computer chips for the iPhone.

6. 2.2 Billion iPhones Sold So Far
2.2 Billion iPhones have been sold worldwide

7. iPhone Was the Invention of the Year
Seeing the popularity of Apple iPhone, Time Magazine named it as the “Invention of the Year” in 2007. It was indeed a revolutionary development.

8. The iPhone Was Codenamed Purple
In the early days when the iPhone was being engineered, the nickname for the new cell phone was, “Purple”. Even the iPhone section at the Apple headquarters was called “Purple Dorm” by the developers.

9. 2 Million iPhone Apps
According to the reports, there are over 2 million iOS apps available in the Apple app store (as of June 2016). With this, the Apple app store is the second largest app store after Android, which has over 2.2 million apps.

10. iPhone 4 Names Antenna-gate
The new metal design of iPhone 4 caused extensive problems among the users when it was found that calls were getting disconnected on holding the phone a certain way. Because of its severity, it earned the name, Antenna-gate.

11. Steve Jobs Pranked with Starbucks
It was in 2007 when Apple was introduced for the first time by CEO Steve Jobs. He made a prank call to Starbucks and ordered over 4,000 lattes and cancelled it immediately. This was certainly a good thing for the barista who took that call.

Additionally, an iPhone manager will help you transfer all photos, music, contacts, and videos to PC in one click. These are some of the iPhone facts which I think you should know.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

This Man Went On a Date With a Robot and the Robot Told Him They Can Just Be Friends

robot on a date

As a youngling growing up in the Jedi Academy on Coruscant, I spent quite some time watching the Fresh Prince of Bel Air and trying not to get murdered by Lord Vader – then still known to me as Master Skywalker.

As you get older, you start to realize that many of your idols will eventually fall from grace and turn out to be regular humans just like all the other people you grow up with. They laugh, they cry, they make millions of dollars, they pay taxes (occasionally). Will Smith was one of those heroes that never fell.

That is, until he recently went on a date with an AI robot known as Sophia. After quite a short date, it turned out the robot wasn’t at all interested in Will “in that way” – despite Will’s best pick-up lines. She’d heard his songs and deemed them “not for her” – not to mention the revelation that they show all AI robots his hit movie “I, robot” to make sure they don’t get any ideas.

Might be a good idea for the Fresh Prince to just stay married to his current wife and prepare for the inevitable moment when AI bots will try to take over and we will need his robo-sceptical, yet likable persona once again to save the day.

Remember, robots can only win if we let them. And by “let them”, I mean “stop protecting John Connor”.

Meet Mindar, A Robot Who Can Bless You, Guide You, And Even Perform Your Funeral For You

If you think that robots taking over each and every sphere of human life is a far-fetched dream out of a sci-fi movie, then think twice because AI is already here and it found its way into none other than human religion. A robotic priest is performing the duties of human and, according to sources, he’s doing a pretty good job, and no one is complaining so far. As you might have already guessed, the country that is so open to new technological advancements is Japan. Here are a few details about the new AI religion and how it came to be.

Robot priest

Mindar is a new priest at Kodaiji, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Kyoto, Japan. He does everything other priests do – interacts with worshipers, performs sermons, and reads mantras. There’s only one catch – he’s made of metal, silicone, and doesn’t carry a beating human heart.

This $1-million-dollar machine looks like Kannon, the Buddhist deity of Mercy, and doesn’t have an AI just yet. For now the robotic priest just reads the pre-programmed sermon about the Heart Sutra and can’t impress the worshippers with something more. Although, the creators of the robot assure that soon enough they will install the AI that will give the priest necessary learning capabilities and, eventually, he’ll be able to interact with worshippers on a deeper level.

Tensho Goto, the chief steward of the temple, is sure the robotic priest will revolutionize Buddhism and give it a fresh start. The robot is ought to help people overcome their troubles, sharing his never-ending AI wisdom with them. As the religion is on its decline, he’s sure a robot like that will help attract people and revive their interest in spirituality.

Mindar is not the only robot-priest out there performing clergy duties. Germany’s Protestant Church presented a BlessU-2 robot who has given blessing to more than 10,000 people using a programmed sermon. India isn’t far behind – in 2017 Patil Automation introduced a robot that was capable to perform the Hindu Aarti ceremony. It didn’t interact with people, but was capable of taking part in other religious processes.

Sanctified Theomorphic Operator, also known as SanTo, was designed by robotist Gabriele Trovato to look like a Catholic saint. He created it especially for elderly people who might not have the ability to visit a church due to mobility issues or social circumstances. If you tell SanTo you’re in trouble, he will give you words of wisdom from the Bible.

Only time will show whether bringing more technology into religion is a good thing or not. For now, at least, the visitors of Kodaiji aren’t too worried interacting with a robotic priest – after all, it’s a country where robots have already infiltrated all spheres of life. It is also a curious fact that Buddhism doesn’t stand against technologizing the religion as it is not a belief in God, but rather a pursue of Buddha’s path. In this case, it doesn’t really matter from what source the knowledge and wisdom is coming from as long as it is aiding people to go further in their practice.

There’s also a robot called Pepper, who has been performing funeral rites for years now. In Japan, having a funeral performed by an actual priest is pretty costly, that’s why company called Nissei Eco came up with the idea of creating a robotic funeral assistant whose services are much cheaper. If that’s not progress than I don’t know what is!

Sunday, January 12, 2020

With These Simple Method, You Will Easily Detect Hidden Cameras Anywhere With Your Mobile Phone

How to detect hidden camera with phone

If you think the room you are in isn't safe for you that there might be people monitoring you with some hidden surveillance camera or you're in a room that you think it might have a hidden CCTV camera but you're not sure of it yet, you can try looking for it with your mobile phone by searching for infrared lights. Although infrared rays are invisible to the naked eye, but you already have a device that can help you locate it which is your smartphone.

Well, Some smartphones have filters to block out infrared light on their primary camera, but very few of them have filters on the front camera. To determine which camera will work for you, grab an infrared remote like the one you use for your TV. Point it at your smartphone’s primary camera and press a button. If you see the light on your phone's screen, then it can detect infrared. If you don’t, try again with the front-facing camera.

Once you determine the best camera to use, turn off the lights in the room you want to sweep. Then turn on your smartphone’s camera and start looking for any glowing lights. IP cameras don’t come in any standard configuration so you might see just one, four, six, or some other combination of lights. They’ll typically be purple but sometimes can look white. You won’t necessarily need to be near the hidden camera. In the above image, the camera is just a few feet away. But take a look at another picture from the other side of the house:

The lights in the center of the image are the same camera, just three rooms away (a dining room, a living room, and a study). That’s bright enough to be noticed and warrant closer investigation. Don’t just look at the center of walls though, point your smartphone at the ceiling, vents, even outlets. When the lights are on, look for anything unusual. Does a room have more than one smoke detector? Is there a USB hub in a place with no other electronics? If you touch a standard mirror and look at your finger from an angle, your reflected finger won’t “contact” your actual finger. If you do the same with one-way glass, your reflected finger and real finger will contact (seem to touch), and that could be hiding a camera. Noticing out-of-place things can help you find hidden cameras.

Unfortunately, there’s no guaranteed method for finding a hidden camera. But taking these extra steps when you arrive will give you fighting chance, and hopefully some peace of mind.