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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Faraday Future's production car go to Las Vegas

Future Faraday confirmed it will introduce their first production car unit next year. Reportedly this model will be present at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas.

As reported by Leftlanenews on Friday, October 21, 2016, Faraday Future ensure this new model, not only present in the virtual world alone. But, it will be available as an answer of the future cars. Beside that, from a teaser image of the car and spy shot suggested the mystery model will blend elements of a sedan, hatchback and crossover.
Teaser image of the first Faraday Future's production car. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1f0uUC)
The startup-company was showing the figure of electric-powered supercar named FFZERO01 at the CES 2016. At that time, the Faraday Future's electric powered supercars featured a futuristic models and offering outstanding toughness. Its power claimed able to reach 1,000 horsepower.
Spy shot of the first Faraday Future's production car, while on test, suggested the mystery model will blend elements of a sedan, hatchback and crossover. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1f0uUC)
In the midst of a skeptical view of the company's ability to produce cars. Faraday Future stated its determination to showcase their production vehicles. Furthermore, to support this statement, the company is now conjures the images of a car being tested on the streets as well as a battery supply agreement with LG Chem, rumoured worth around US $2.4 billion.

For certainty, we wait until January next year. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | LEFTLANENEWS]
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An ancient Frankenstein's creature trapped in amber

Researchers have recently discovered a mysterious insect trapped in amber for 100 million years. Unlike other insects that ever lived on Earth, this insect has a strange appearance. Its face was like a wasp but it does not have wings, legs like a grasshopper legs and antennae resembling ants belong. Then the researchers the 'Frankenstein's creature' named Aptenoperissus burmanicus.

"When I saw the insect for the first time, I can not explain, what is that," said George Poinar Jr., a researcher from the University of Oregon as quoted by LiveScience, on Monday, October 17, 2016.
An ancient wingless wasp that lived during the Cretaceous Era was was recently discovered trapped in amber. The weird creature is unlike any insect known to scientists. It had the body of a cockroach, the legs of a grasshopper, the antenna of an ant and the face of a wasp. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1eztTe)
"We could see that the insects were tough and deadly. We have to categorize it in a new family because it does not fit in with another insect families," added Poinar who also the expert of amber preserved fossils.

These strange insect specimens were found in the Hukawng valley in Myanmar. Once I found the creature, Poinar directly discuss with the experts from various backgrounds. All confused.

"Once they seen this fossil from their standpoint of expertise, they see it as something different," said Poinar.

"Its strong grasshoppers legs, then we can call it a grasshopper. Then the antennae appear like ants, a thick stomach resembles the cockroaches but the face is largely similar to wasps. We finally decided this is another kind of Hymenoptera," said Poinar. And then he put it in a new family of insects named Aptenoperissidae.

Researchers do not know more about how this strange insect life. It is not clear why these insects extinct anyway. Even so, this kind allegedly extinct because of his inability to fly. The origins of these insects still mysterious. It extinct without leaving an evolution trace. There's no known close relatives, either past or present. What a pity.! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | LIVESCIENCE]
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World's most fastest two wheeled Katana

In Indonesia the name of Suzuki Katana may be more famous by the figure of a passenger car, but in the other hemisphere instead become a motorbike which is not less powerful.

Through the skillful hands of the crews of the ACP Customs managed to make Suzuki Katana, a motorcycle introduced in 1980 is so much more powerful and ferocious, both in appearance and performance. Moreover, the ACP Customs also upgrade the original 1,100 cc Katana engine to 1,200 cc.
ACP Customs Suzuki Katana. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezrTR)
Suzuki Katana itself actually more focused on the design of naked motorcycle, and with a touch of the ACP Customs, the contours of the body along with the motorcycle's angle becomes more visible muscular and memorable as the motor of modern man than the classic.
Right side view of ACP Customs Suzuki Katana. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezrTR)
These motorcycles built-in by using an inline 4 engine of the Suzuki GS1100 which has cubication 1,100 cc, which was increased to 1,200 cc. Also use the FCR39 Keihin carburetor at the same time fitted with a 4-into-1 Racing Nitro titanium exhaust system.
Rear side view of ACP Customs Suzuki Katana. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezrTR)
The performance, this Suzuki Katana custom is supported by the Öhlins upside-down suspension system in the front plus Brembo calipers and brake system. Both customized with parts taken from the 2006 Suzuki GSX 1000. Ease, the Öhlins suspension can be adjusted to the needs of the rider. The completed bike is now one of the fastest street-legal Katanas in the world.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. God will forgive Your sins.... ••• [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ACP CUSTOMS | SILODROME]
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Saturday, October 22, 2016

The figure of Lamborghini's supercar without cabin was revealed

A supercar, named the 'Lamborghini Spectro Racer' does look a little strange. Yes, these Lamborghini's supercar designed by a designer named Matteo Gentile doesn't have a cabin for both driver and passenger.

Gentile designing this supercar as an autonomous racing car, so the car does not have a cabin like other supercars. And in the world's autonomous car racing later, all competing vehicles will be controlled through sophisticated technological devices.
Rendered image of Lamborghini Spectro Racer, an autonomous racing car concept by Matteo Gentile. (Pictures from: http://adf.ly/1eu5CU)
As quoted from Carscoops, Gentile did the development of racing car without human control is inspired from the autonomous racing vehicles or known as roborace, and combined with the design of Blancpain Super Trofeo.

And there's an antenna seen in the middle part of the body will be the transmitter of the remote control that used on the event of autonomous car racing.
Rear view of Lamborghini Spectro Racer car concept by Matteo Gentile. (Pictures from: http://adf.ly/1eu5CU)
Unlike the roborace supercar that was previously introduced with a sleek design and has a large air ducts on the side. But Spectro Racer itself is designed similar with the Lamborghini's supercar design in general.

Unfortunately, despite the prototype model has been revealed, the renowned Italian raging-bull supercar manufacturer itself has not confirmed the planned to launch their autonomous racing car. Of course this is only an imaginary concept car of a designer. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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Is it true, the pizza maker robots will take over the work of humans?

The car industry is the first step where the robots have taken over the jobs of men. Now, there is another story of the pizza maker robots.

Zume Pizza is a pizza start-up company in Mountain View, California. They used a robot to spray the sauce, flattening it, and then put the dough in the oven. And human intervention (for the moment) in the cheese-making process simply sprinkled cheese and prepare a pizza topping.
(An illustration) Is it true, the robots will take over the work of humans? (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezjL4)
Julia Collins, co-founder and co-CEO of Zume Pizza said that the company was looking for the robots which can press and process the dough, and another robots to add the cheese and toppings. Well, maybe you could recommend one of your robot acquaintances that has experience working in a restaurant?

Humans have not fully come out of this company. However, some people worry that the robots will take over the jobs in the food industry, Collins assured the company's attitude on this assumption. There will be no man who worked in Zume are threatened on the use of robots in the company. "It was really a promise we made to our employees," said Collins.
A human Zume employee retrieves a pizza from the behemoth robot behind her. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezjuW)
Someone has to keep serving customers by delivering the pizza. Until now, such work is still dealt with humans. Yes, Zume was thinking about the future of pizza delivery process as well.
The kitchen at Zume Pizza looks more like a manufacturing plant than the back room of a restaurant. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezjTj)
Currently, the company has penetrated the smartphone application for a more efficient process. They record based on the previous customer orders, so that they can prepare pizza even before you said orders. They were ready to deliver your pizza right on time *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BUSSINESSINSIDER]
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Unravel the puzzle of magical architectural sites in Tondowongso

An ancient constructions with magical architecture found in the Tondowongso, Gayam village, Gurah subdistrict, Kediri. Now, the archaeologists of the Yogyakarta Archaeological Center (Balai Arkeologi Yogyakarta) is conducting in-depth researchs. The structure was discovered in late 2006 by the local residents when they digging the soil for land fill and making bricks.

The first phase of the research on the structure has been done in 2007 to 2014 ago. And on October 10 to 23, 2016, a team of archaeologists led by Sugeng Riyanto is conducting the second phase of research.
The Tondowongso structure. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezmjO)
"However, further research seeks to uncover portions of the sacred complex," Sugeng said when met on the sidelines of excavation on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. The goal is to unravel the story of the site that is now full of riddles.

The structure is expected to cover an area of ​​land covering an area of ​​120-120 meters was said to be magical because of the plan and the architecture. The barriers that exist in it form a room measuring 3 x 3 meters, so there are 9 fields. If the assumptions drawn on the second area measuring of ​​350 meters x 300 meters, then the number of field-space gained is 81.

In the context of a religious symbol, the number of plan-field is similar to the Vastu Purusha Mandala concept, a magical architectural concept in Hinduism. The Hinduism building complex built with this concept that in order to prevent the anger of Vastu Purusha, the giant created by Brahma.
A worker cleans a structural part of the Tondowongso site in Kediri, East Java. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ezmjO)
Once upon a time, the giant is growing fast, furious, and devoured everything on Earth. Another god killed him but Brahma make him immortal. Beside, the Vastu Purusha Mandala being the answer to preventing the giant anger also consider other aspects of the cosmos, especially energy.

Part of the magnificent sites
Tondowongso structure had previously been studied by a team of Institute for Preservation of Cultural Heritage (Balai Pelestarian Cagar Budaya /BPCB) Mojokerto as well as the researchers from several universities. In a previous study came to the conclusion that the Tondowongso site has some similarities with the Temple Gurah structurally and statues.

The Temple Gurah is located 300 meters from the location of Tondowongso site and have been examined by an archaeologist in 1957 ago. The temple dating from the shift of the center of the kingdom from Central Java to East Java.

Because it has similarities with Temple Gurah, allegedly Tondowongso structure was also derived from the same period, precisely between Sindok reign (929 AD) to Kertajaya (1222 AD). Of carbon analysis revealed that the Tondowongso structure comes from 1006 AD. At that time, the king who ruled in Java is Dharmawangsa Tguh.

And the archaeologists believe that the Temple Gurah and Tondowongso structure equally the Hindu Shiva oriented not only from the same era, but are connected to one another. Both, together as one building allegedly as the gate located 300 meters from Tondowongso structure, which is a settlement complex of ancient Hindu.

Sugeng said the complex was really exotic although the conditions are no longer prime. In total, the area of ​​the complex is more than 12 hectares. Currently the Kediri district government has freed a land area of ​​1 hectare in Tondowongso so that the process of excavation can be done.

Suffered much
Not prime condition of the Tondowongso site is the result of the 'suffering' which experienced for thousands of years. The complex pass through various political dynamics, religious, to the dynamics of nature.

Approximately 1,000 years ago, Ken Arok conguered Kediri Kingdom. Because he came from a different dynasty and religious orientations. Ken Arok then moved the government from Daha to Tumapel. The king's religious conception further up to the offerings to the ancestors.

"It was an initial momentum where the complex began to suffer," said Sugeng Riyanto. Where originally the grand complex gradually but surely become less meaningful.

However, the most severe "suffering" experienced are due to natural factors. One of them is the eruption of Mount Kelud in 1334 AD as recorded in the great book of the Majapahit period titled Negarakertagama written by Mpu Prapanca. Volcanic material burying the site. Then afterward eruption that occurred in 1586 AD also adds to the problem.

Sugeng added, the Tondowongso site "suffering" also experienced when the Dutch government in the 15th century began to open up to the cane plantation to supply sugar to the country. They moved the river which was originally located in the north of the complex, which is then made to flow right into the middle of the complex to drain their cane land.

"That is why the structure that we found today, are broken or is not intact," said Sugeng who previously also reveal the existence of an ancient settlement in Liyangan, on the slopes of Mount Sindoro. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SAINS KOMPAS]
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