Full-text databases contain full-text versions of the required materials (e.g. electronic journals). Denver-based Boom Technology founder and CEO Blake Scholl believes the company’s first supersonic passenger aircraft can enter commercial service as soon as 2023 and there is a market for as many as 1,000 supersonic airliners to be delivered by 2035.
Which is kind of funny, until someone points out that so long as technology continues to advance with time, then in thousands/millions/billions of years of potential future, eventually the ability to create a nearly perfect simulated universe is inevitable.
In contrast, for preteens, while total technology use did predict more ill-being and more physical problems, several specific technology uses did predict ill-being including the use of e-mail, cell phones, IM/chat, video games, and technological toys, which predicted total ill-being and at least one specific type of ill-being.
However, a new report from NASA’s inspector general, Paul Martin, raises serious questions about the cost of these test stands and the decision to build them in Alabama rather than in Mississippi, where NASA has an existing facility that already tests rocket engines.
As technology continues it’s exponential upward growth (and lets be real here, we have plenty of resources to continue the march for many decades), naturally our ability to reverse climate change will increase, our dependency on fossil fuels will decrease as alternative energy source become more efficient/widespread.