All posts by C. Jennings

Charles Jennings is the owner and senior consultant of Charles Jennings & Associates, a technology solutions and risk mitigation firm located in Saint Paul, Minnesota.In 1978, after graduating from Irondale Senior High School in New Brighton, Minnesota, Charles enlisted in the U.S. Air Force serving as an Air Traffic Controller.Charles returned to school in 1983 attending Minnesota School of Business in Minneapolis, Minnesota focusing his studies on the growing field of Computer Programming and Operations.While attending school, Charles maintained a 4.0 grade point average, volunteered as a lab assistant, and graduated with “Highest Honors”.Now, after 30+ years of experience in the Computer and Technology industry, 15+ years as a Private Investigator and Security Consultant, and 12+ years of experience managing Event Logistics, Mr. Jennings blends his knowledge and experience to help you more effectively manage your business resources, contain or lower your costs, and reduce your risk exposure.

The ‘Impossible’ Quantum Space Engine That Breaks Laws Of Physics

by Physics-Astronomy.com

A couple of years ago, researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center proposed a thruster system which actually generates thrust, despite requiring absolutely no propellant. The implications of this discovery are far-reaching; applications for space flight and other technologies which require propulsion could one day become far cheaper, allowing space exploration to expand exponentially.

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Alien Life To Be Discovered In 2021? James Webb Telescope ‘Will Change World Forever’

by Physics-Astronomy.com

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is planned to be launched in  2021 and astronomers consider that this telescope is their best hope of finding life beyond Earth. The JWST is the successor to the Hubble Telescope and is way much more powerful.

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New study reveals when a superconductor truly becomes super

by University of Texas at Austin, Phys.org

Unraveling the mystery of superconductivity at high temperatures, specifically in copper oxide materials, remains one of the most puzzling challenges in modern solid-state physics. But an international research team of engineers and scientists may have taken one step closer to understanding.

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A nearby river of stars

by Staff Writers, Space Daily

Astronomy and Astrophysics publishes the work of researchers from the University of Vienna, who have found a river of stars, a stellar stream in astronomical parlance, covering most of the southern sky. The stream is relatively nearby and contains at least 4000 stars that have been moving together in space since they formed, about 1 billion years ago.

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New imaging technology captures movement of quantum particles with unprecedented resolution

by Tel Aviv University, Phys.org

Excitons—electrically neutral quasiparticles—have extraordinary properties. They exist only in semiconducting and insulating materials and can be easily accessed in two-dimensional (2D) materials just a few atoms thick, such as carbon and molybdenite. When these 2D materials are combined, they exhibit quantum properties that neither material possesses on its own.

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Artificial Intelligence Has Found an Unknown ‘Ghost’ Ancestor in The Human Genome

by Peter Dockrill, ScienceAlert

Nobody knows who she was, just that she was different: a teenage girl from over 50,000 years ago of such strange uniqueness she looked to be a ‘hybrid’ ancestor to modern humans that scientists had never seen before.

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Breathe Easy: You Have An Extra 600 Million Years Before Andromeda Crashes Into Us

by Phil Plait, SYFY Wire

Hey, some good news: The impending colossal cosmic train wreck of the Andromeda galaxy smashing into our Milky Way and causing massive havoc and chaos on a literally galactic scale has been postponed. According to new measurements and calculations it’ll happen 4.6 billion years from now, not 3.9 billion.

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