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We have already produced monochromosomal hybrids for 2/3 of the human genome and we have generated sufficient biological materials to complete the proposed panels of hybrid cell lines. We have developed experimental procedures to identify marked chromosomes in human cell lines prior to their transfer to rodent cells. This would eliminate redundancy in the production of monochromosomal hybrids and therefore help expedite completion of the hybrid cell panels. We have also developed a highly sensitive method to identify human chromosomes in hybrid cells. Monochromosomal hybrids produced in our lab are used in a number of laboratories for experiments on gene mapping, gene isolation, chromosome fractionation and genetic analysis for complementation of cellular phenotypes such as DNA repair and regulation of cell growth. Monochromosomal hybrids cell lines are freely available to scientific community for experiments on gene mapping and analysis of the human genome. We are preparing large quantities of DNA from each hybrid cell line which will be available to the research community for various experiments.
"MOON/electric power generation on surface of, design and operation of SNAP-27 system for; HEAT SOURCES/design and fabrication of plutonium-238 dioxide SNAP-27; SYSTEMS FOR NUCLEAR AUXILIARY POWER (SNAP-27)/ design and operation of, for powering lunar surface instruments"
NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT, SAFEGUARDS, AND PHYSICAL PROTECTION; US DOE; CONTRACT MANAGEMENT; SECRECY PROTECTION; NATIONAL SECURITY; THEFT; FOREIGN POLICY; INFORMATION NEEDS
The current variety and dispersion of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) is a daunting technological problem for current sensory and extraction techniques. The bottom line is that the only way to insure a live UXO has been found and removed is to step on it. As this is an upsetting proposition for biological organisms like animals, farmers, or Yuma field personnel, this paper details a non-biological approach to developing inexpensive, automatic machines that will find, tag, and may eventually remove UXO from a variety of terrains by several proposed methods. The Yuma proving grounds (Arizona) has been pelted with bombs, mines, missiles, and shells since the 1940s. The idea of automatic machines that can clean up after such testing is an old one but as yet unrealized because of the daunting cost, power and complexity requirements of capable robot mechanisms. A researcher at Los Alamos National Laboratory has invented and developed a new variety of living robots that are solar powered, legged, autonomous, adaptive to massive damage, and very inexpensive. This technology, called Nervous Networks (Nv), allows for the creation of capable walking mechanisms (known as Biomorphic robots, or Biomechs for short) that rather than work from task principles use instead a survival-based design philosophy. This allows Nv based machines to continue doing work even after multiple limbs and sensors have been removed or damaged, and to dynamically negotiate complex terrains as an emergent property of their operation (fighting to proceed, as it were). They are not programmed, and indeed, the twelve transistor Nv controller keeps their electronic cost well below that of most pocket radios. It is suspected that advanced forms of these machines in huge numbers may be an interesting, capable solution to the problem of general and specific UXO identification, tagging, and removal.
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Originally posted by coolottie
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The great thing about his find, is that to find this much information on one site is astounding, he didn't say anything about top secret, and yes this is stuff published of many conference, but these conferences are not open to the public.
Originally posted by Damian1978
15.03.2011 - I have found this revelation lightly related with another news. It's exactly the same day when the Facebook is supposed to be close. Could be just a rumour or maybe the CEO of Facebook knows more than us.
I have attached the link with this information below :
All the Best Comrades !!!
Originally posted by MisterWho
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