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  1. Javier beBee

    Javier beBee

    11/07/2016
    La primera empresa donde trabajé, ¡ gran empresa de tecnología española !
    Javier beBee
    Rolls-Royce se queda con la española ITP tras comprar a Sener por 720 millones. Noticias de Empresas
    www.elconfidencial.com Rolls-Royce se queda con la española ITP tras comprar a Sener por 720 millones. Noticias de Empresas. El grupo británico Rolls-Royce ha anunciado la compra del 53,1% de la española Industria de Turbo Propulsores (ITP) que estaba en manos del grupo...
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  2. ProducerDavid Grinberg

    David Grinberg

    02/06/2016
    NASA Budget Needs 'Big Bang' for Mars Mission
    NASA Budget Needs 'Big Bang' for Mars MissionWill NASA or private industry be the first to land humans on Mars? This is an important question due to the growing competition from commercial space startups, as Elon Musk of SpaceX recently announced. “I think, if things go according to plan, we...
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    David Grinberg
    15/08/2016 #53 David Grinberg
    All, please check out my new hive, "Universe, Space & Beyond" -- I would be honored if you would join. Thanks! https://www.bebee.com/group/universe-space-beyond
    Donald Grandy
    15/08/2016 #52 Donald Grandy
    Great article David @David Grinberg. If your readers didn't have an interest in space and space travel before reading your article. They will now! Just imagine if we as colony earth, could channel resources to focus on travelling to Mars. The technological advancements that would spin from this mission would be amazing. Thanks for sharing.
    Joanna Hofman
    18/07/2016 #51 Joanna Hofman
    Thank you, David for the interesting buzz . I missed it! Perhaps because I joined to beBee at the end of June. Excellent information.
    David Grinberg
    01/07/2016 #50 David Grinberg
    #42 @Neal Rauhauser My understanding is that Mars can indeed be terraformed by melting the large southern polar ice cap, which will release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and slowly heat up the planet (like the Greenhouse Effect), causing the Martian atmosphere to ultimately resemble that of Earth with water flowing on the surface filling up all of the dry riverbeds. Yes, theoretically scientists posit this will take several decades but is achievable since Mars is the most Earth-like planet in our solae system. See http://quest.nasa.gov/mars/background/terra.html and http://www.popsci.com/nasa-advances-lunar-terraforming-concept-phase-ii
    Nick Mlatchkov
    28/06/2016 #49 Anonymous
    The newest on the theme!
    Brian McKenzie
    27/06/2016 #47 Brian McKenzie
    #40 In 86/87 I was in units that had state of the art satellite video streaming and surveillance feeds from the other side of the world. It was my job yo analyze them frame by frame for minute details. Oddly nearly 20 years after the moon missions, our feeds were never as clear as the 'moon broadcasts'. I voiced that exact frustration and concern in passing to a section chief, the next month I received an early promotion and a transfer out of that unit. That summer, my new unit was responsible for overthrowing a Central American government and setting up another. Never believe a thing you see on TV -you do at your own folly.
    Nick Mlatchkov
    27/06/2016 #46 Anonymous
    It's from David's link: 'The famed astronomer and Pulitzer prize winner, Carl Sagan, says that there is enormous promise in the search for ancient life on Mars.'
    Neal Rauhauser
    27/06/2016 #42 Neal Rauhauser
    #41 You can't terraform a magnetic field. Mars lost the atmosphere it had due to this deficit. We could do some things to modify the planet's atmosphere and surface, but we'd still be facing the cosmic ray bombardment problem. We'd do better taking care of the planet we evolved on rather than trying to retrofit Mars.
    David Grinberg
    26/06/2016 #41 David Grinberg
    #34 @Neal Rauhauser. While I concur with your astute observation about the harsh conditions on Mars for human life to thrive currently, are you familiar with the science on "terraforming" the Martian environment to mirror that of Earth? http://quest.nasa.gov/mars/background/terra.html
    David Grinberg
    26/06/2016 #40 David Grinberg
    #15 @Brian McKenzie - As you know, Brian, there are conspiracy theories on almost anything, ranging from 9/11 to President Obama. But there were multiple Apollo missions which overwhelming evidence that we landed men on the moon. Please don't believe the hype, kind sir.
    David Grinberg
    26/06/2016 #39 David Grinberg
    Many thanks for your constructive comments and vigorous debate: @Larry Boyer @Jan Barbosa @Neal Rauhauser @Nick Mlatchkov @Dale Masters @Rod Loader @Erroll -EL- Warner @Brian McKenzie -- VERY MUCH APPRECIATED, GENTS!
    David Grinberg
    26/06/2016 #38 David Grinberg
    FYI: Great video here from CBS News: Inside Scientists' Groundbreaking Test to Grow Potatoes on Mars" http://www.cbsnews.com/news/us-scientists-ground-breaking-test-to-grow-potatoes-on-mars/
    Neal Rauhauser
    26/06/2016 #37 Neal Rauhauser
    #36 You've got some scholarly references to back up these assertions?
    Nick Mlatchkov
    26/06/2016 #36 Anonymous
    #32 The Soviets didn't start the war in Afghanistan as foolishly as some may believe. It's part of a bigger plan for transforming the old decaying system into a Govn't run market economy which China had already began. Thus they created a bunch of blood thirsty officers & soldiers who later joined & controlled the underground while the Oligarchy revamped the economy. This way they prevented the creation of really independent economic & political forces. Fear played a major role in the transition.
    Neal Rauhauser
    26/06/2016 #35 Neal Rauhauser
    #33 Least dysfunctional doesn't mean functional. Any plan that doesn't address the radiation issues isn't a plan, it's a pipe dream.
    Neal Rauhauser
    26/06/2016 #34 Neal Rauhauser
    #27 I think Space X has a chance at creating a robust remote exploration presence for Mars. A large orbital communication/observation platform, perhaps even a second for redundancy's sake. A standard lander body built to carry multiple mission packs. Space X's vertical landing skills are perfect for a sample return mission. The cost of a single human mission would fund multiple robotic missions that could accomplish the same goals without any risk beyond costs. The idea that Mars is suitable as a backup plan if we wreck Earth is silly on many levels, and I think that concern is part of what motivates Musk.
    Nick Mlatchkov
    26/06/2016 #33 Anonymous
    #31 Still Mars has better conditions than any other of the near planets. Otherwise NASA wouldn't have spent so many resources researching it ....
    Neal Rauhauser
    26/06/2016 #32 Neal Rauhauser
    #14 No will, no way. The United States is still busy with the delusion that a rag tag band of religious fanatics wandering around with a couple of failed states far, far away somehow represents an existential threat. China might go to Mars, but the United States is going to same way the Soviet Union did after it withdrew from Afghanistan. A little undignified staggering, then we'll fall flat on our collective backside.
    Neal Rauhauser
    26/06/2016 #31 Neal Rauhauser
    Humans will never land on Mars, as it's a suicide mission due to ambient radiation. We get away with astronauts spending a year on ISS because its well within the protection of the Van Allen radiation belts. A ship that could carry humans to mars wouldn't be the airy Hermes from The Martian, it would have a living space surrounded by shielding including quite a bit of water. Mars doesn't have a magnetosphere, so surface conditions are similar to the moon. Lunar astronauts dramatically increased their risk of cataracts with even a 72 hour stay.
  3. ProducerKen Boddie

    Ken Boddie

    28/05/2016
    Back to the Future with Boom
    Back to the Future with BoomIt was late afternoon and the sun was well down below the yard arm, fading into the horizon of concrete and sand, mud bricks and reinforced concrete, desert and metropolis. This was the paradoxical island of Bahrain, my base for the next twelve...
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    Lisa Gallagher
    29/05/2016 #11 Lisa Gallagher
    Your welcome @Ken Boddie, and it's nice to see the buzzing!
    Ken Boddie
    29/05/2016 #10 Ken Boddie
    Thanks for the share, Lisa. Haven't seen so many happy campers on beBee for a while. 👍 #9
    Lisa Gallagher
    28/05/2016 #9 Lisa Gallagher
    #7 Your funny @Ken Boddie, "More smelly than cheese." I sure am getting my quota of laughs for the weekend!
    Lisa Gallagher
    28/05/2016 #8 Lisa Gallagher
    #4 50K feet, wow.. that's higher than the average plane flies by about 10K ft or so? I can't imagine piloting a plane with turbulence. I'm sure they get used to it because they go in and out of turbulence much more than someone like me that doesn't fly often. A glass of wine helped me the last time ;-)) We once hit turbulence coming back from Ft. Lauderdale Fl, the plane kept dropping then coming back up- it sounded like we were hitting boulders in the sky, lights were shaking, I was shaking and this went on for almost 20 minutes. I was so glad when we landed.
    Ken Boddie
    28/05/2016 #7 Ken Boddie
    @Lisa Gallagher and @Dean Owen ......... So many hives, So many bees, But Boom-time travel's, More than smelly cheese! 😊
    Ken Boddie
    28/05/2016 #6 Ken Boddie
    Thanks for the shares, @Lisa Gallagher.
    Ken Boddie
    28/05/2016 #5 Ken Boddie
    Thanks for the share, @Javier beBee 👍
    Ken Boddie
    28/05/2016 #4 Ken Boddie
    Hi Lisa. Thanks for the quiver of quirky questions, I think? 🤔 My best answers are as follows: approx 50k ft; no you don't feel the boom inside the plane, it's the poor cows on the ground in the middle of nowhere that tend to be scared milkless; if you're feeling sick, think of the poor pilot; think of turbulence as nature's way of telling you you shouldn't be trying to work on a flight (no chance of hitting the correct keys or putting pencil to paper) and that you should sit back and enjoy the free roller coaster ride; yes pilots need special training 'cause they are special people - just ask any pilot. Hope this helps on your next flight. If not then perhaps try a couple of glasses of 'cough medicine', before, during and after? 💥 ✈️ #3
    Lisa Gallagher
    28/05/2016 #3 Lisa Gallagher
    I remember seeing photos of the concord years ago @Ken Boddie, this is exciting news. I clicked on the link you provided, how many feet is 18,000 meters? Are their any drawbacks to flying on a Concord boom, IE: motion sickness or other? I have a fear of flying even though I do fly if I have to. I avoid it if I can (yes, I admit, my phobia is bad). My fear is of turbulence- many fear taking off and landing. I'm not fond of it but it feels so freaky to be soaring with 150 plus passengers in a big plane, so to get somewhere in half the time would be ideal. Will pilots need special training? Thanks for sharing, this was interesting news!
    Ken Boddie
    28/05/2016 #2 Ken Boddie
    Agreed @Dean Owen. 'Boom' also brings back memories of arguments about flight paths and sound barrier noise. 🙉 #1
    Dean Owen
    28/05/2016 #1 Dean Owen
    Concorde was a real pleasure. I remember being just glued to the Mach meter up front, and a cheese trolley! Luxury as it was back then, it is nothing compared to Singapore Airlines/Emirates etc business class now. I wish Boom luck, but they need to change the name pronto - to Swift Jet or Sonic Air
  4. William Rakow

    William Rakow

    21/05/2016
    This Plane Could Save Thousands Of Lives Thanks To Its Detachable Cabin
    William Rakow
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  5. ProducerJordi Torrent

    Jordi Torrent

    05/05/2016
    A les portes de la nova regulació per a Drones.
    A les portes de la nova regulació per a Drones.A principis de l’any passat, concretament el 2 de Març, es va anunciar la imminent arribada de les modificacions de la llei 18/2014 ( la coneguda llei per a drones) que va aparèixer el Juliol de 2014.Les modificacions previstes va ser anunciades...
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    Catalina Serrano
    05/05/2016 #4 Catalina Serrano
    #3 Benvingut!! Volem tenir més abelles catalanes!! i contingut en català també :)
    Jordi Torrent
    05/05/2016 #3 Anonymous
    #1 Moltes gràcies, publicare el millor contingut possible. Salutacions :
    Javier beBee
    05/05/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    benvingut a beBee ! CC @Catalina Serrano
  6. ProducerOliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    British Airways Drone Strike, How worried should we be?
    British Airways Drone Strike, How worried should we be?Tuesday, April 19, 2016 appeared on Fox Happening Now with @JonScottFNC 11:30am ET, discussing “British Airways Drone Strike, How worried should we be?” with Aviation expert, Mike Boyd of Boyd Group International.Watch Video Clip Here.Photo Credit...
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    Bright Ibeawuchi
    13/07/2016 #13 Bright Ibeawuchi
    With drone use exploding worldwide conflict with aircraft will only increase. Some drone manufactures are adapting by producing drones that automatically know to avoid commercial airspace.
    Virag Gulyas
    13/07/2016 #12 Virag Gulyas
    Having worked with the European Pilots' Association and hearing the reluctancy of regulating drones effectively on an EU and global level, the answer is VERY!
    David Grinberg
    25/04/2016 #11 David Grinberg
    In case you missed it, an excellent article and news clips per @Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI...
    Javier beBee
    24/04/2016 #10 Javier beBee
    #9 @Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI, please send me your proposal thru a private message thanks a lot !!!!
    Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    24/04/2016 #9 Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    Hi @Javier beBee, I specifically specialize in producing expert high-impact breaking news content that will significantly grow beBee's user base and engagement, as I did at the early stages of LinkedIn Pulse. We can do the same for BeBee, bridging the narrowing gap between conventional and social media at this juncture for BeBee. I specifically specialize in this, especially given BeBee's unfeathered freedom for reporting on breaking news, which I typically do. We perhaps in the near future could build a Breaking News Hive to further facilitate beBee's growth. Warmly, Oli
    Javier beBee
    24/04/2016 #7 Javier beBee
    #2 @Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI many thanks ! We are open to proposals if you think you can help us to make userbase growth faster ! We feel honoroud to have such professionals like you in beBee ! Have a nice day !
    Milos Djukic
    24/04/2016 #6 Anonymous
    It's good to hear that @Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI!
    Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    24/04/2016 #5 Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    I'm on here now Milos testing it out now for writing breaking news, as I've left LinkedIn Pulse.
    Milos Djukic
    24/04/2016 #4 Anonymous
    Thanks Prof. Oliver McGee!
    Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    23/04/2016 #3 Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    Discussing the future of drones & commercial passenger aircraft flying in British & US air space on Fox News!
    Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    23/04/2016 #2 Oliver McGee, PhD, MBA, CFRM, AFWCI
    @Javier beBee you are going to beat LinkedIn Pulse as their direct marketplace competition in the long-form publishing space, still in its infancy and full of explosive growth potential for consumers. Please call upon me @OliverMcGee to help you in any way you see fitting. Warmly, Oli
    Javier beBee
    23/04/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    We should be worried because drones are proliferating out of control !
  7. Carlos M. Braz C,
    Carlos M. Braz C,
    El nuevo prototipo con despegue vertical de DARPA te dejará con la boca abierta
    es.gizmodo.com El V-22 Osprey es uno de los aviones más espectaculares del mundo. Se caracteriza, precisamente, porque es capaz de aterrizar y despegar en vertical utilizando menos espacio que un avión convencional. Ahora, DARPA acaba de presentar otro concepto,...
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  8. Ignacio Alvarez Fernandez
    Ignacio Alvarez Fernandez
    Este cruce entre un Airbus A380 y un helicóptero te pondrá los pelos de punta
    es.gizmodo.com Dubai, un colosal Airbus A380 sobrevuela la moderna ciudad de Emiratos Árabes para cruzarse con un helicóptero mientras las cámaras de este lo filman. Seguramente la distancia es prudente, pero el vídeo provoca un escalofrío justo cuando el A380...
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    Javier beBee
    19/10/2015 #1 Javier beBee
    Y tanto que pasa cerca !!!
  9. Cinco Días

    Cinco Días

    22/09/2015
    Más de 400 rutas en el verano de 2016 http://cincodias.com/cincodias/2015/09/21/empresas/1442841049_879672.html?ref=rss&format=simple&link=guid
    Cinco Días
    Vueling contratará a 600 personas para el verano de 2016
    cincodias.com La aerolínea tiene previsto contratar para el próximo verano a 200 copilotos y 400 tripulantes de cabina. Además, reforzará la calidad de su servicio, dados los problemas de los últimos...
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    Javier beBee
    22/09/2015 #1 Javier beBee
    Qué buena noticia siempre que se genere empleo
  10. Javier beBee

    Javier beBee

    05/08/2015
    Siempre he pensado que con los avances tecnologicos que habrá, viajar a México o Buenos Aires en tan solo 3 horas en vez de 12 será una realidad.
    Javier beBee
    ¿Un avión capaz de cruzar el Atlántico en tres horas? Pues al menos la patente ya existe
    m.xataka.com Dentro del segmento de la aeronáutica hemos visto que la mayoría de los avances están enfocados en mejorar los materiales, hacer que el consumo...
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    Adela Garcia
    05/08/2015 #1 Adela Garcia
    uuuaaauuuu!!!! Esto tiene que ser para pronto, que a mi me vendrá muuuuuyy bien!!!!