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How the Chinese plan to modify the weather in Beijing during the Olympics, using supercomputers and artillery.
Lab experiments suggest that future fusion reactors could use helium-3 gathered from the moon.
If we can’t adequately reduce or sequester carbon emissions, are more-radical alternatives like orbital mirrors a solution to climate change?
The Lebanon War and the democratization of missile technology
Austan Goolsbee is a new breed of economic advisor for a new kind of presidential candidate.
We may not yet know enough to understand China’s intentions.
The space agency wants private partners to launch cargo and crews into orbits. But is the private sector up to the challenge?
Why are the champions of Reagan’s defense buildup arguing for a smaller, more technological military?
Biotechnology’s advance could give malefactors the ability to manipulate life processes – and even affect human behavior.
Technology behind the Pentagon’s controversial data-mining project has been acquired by NSA, and is probably in use.