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Government of Brazil to cut import taxes on IT assets

The information was released by Marco Troyjo, special secretary of Foreign Trade and International Affairs of the Ministry of Economy The government is considering lowering taxes levied on imported goods associated with information technology (IT). The decrease would be from the current 14% to something around 4% during Jair Bolsonaro’s …

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How Water Towers Work

Clean water is one of humanity’s most fundamental needs, and those of us who live in urban areas usually get our water from some kind of centralized public system. Operating a water system is a major responsibility that has implications for public health and safety. In dense urban areas, a …

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15 AWESOME CARAVANS & INNOVATIVE CAMPERS

Hey everyone its Richard your friendly neighborhood video host from solar-powered RVs too many travelpod 2-day we look at 15 cool caravans sure to turn heads number 15 a startup from France has developed what it calls to poon the travel machine the tappan has multiple slide outs which can …

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This High-Tech Farmer Grows Kale in a Factory

(electronic music) It might look like we’re inside a spaceship, but this is actually a farm. (buzzing) The crops here are grown mostly by machines with the help of just a few humans, like this woman. Her life offers an early peek at a new kind of farming. It’s a …

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10 Most Advanced HologramS that are INSANE!

welcome to TV I an exciting place for science enthusiasts so today we are counting down the top 10 holographic technologies that are incredibly amazing and real so sit back relax and enjoy my friends number 10 a company Burton developed this laser plasma holographic device a true 3d display …

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Amazing Technologies Inspired by Nature

– If you want to solve everyday problems, there’s a test lab that’s been running intensive research and development for billion years that you could turn to for ingenious solutions. That lab is nature. From spider’s webs that may help your bones heal faster. To geckos helping us to scale …

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Primitive Technology: Pit and chimney furnace

demolishing old furnace digging pit grate bars chimney tunnel Door brick Building chimney 2 m tall chimney Making charcoal Un burnt wood can be used in next batch Useable charcoal (burns hotter than ordinary wood) iron bacteria making wood ash (lowers melting point of ore) ore charcoal powder and wood …

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This Is the End of the Silicon Chip, Here’s What’s Next

Electronics keep getting smaller, and it’s all thanks to electric switches called transistors. When these little fellas replaced vacuum tubes, computers went from the size of entire rooms to merely the corner of a room. In the 60-odd years since, transistors have kept shrinking, scaling down and powering up our …

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Micro Hydro Power with Turgo generator Part 1

Just got our Turgo in from Spencer had Langston’s alternative energy and we got to build a Frame to hold it but looking forward to getting this thing up and running , here’s the tur go upside down at wheels have a little different geometry and the pelton wheels we’ve …

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7 Strangest & Coolest Materials Which Actually Exist !

Welcome to TTI and welcome to a whole new world of science today we’re going to explore the seven most unique materials that you would think would have to be from the world of science fiction but stay tuned because we’re going to run where the science behind So my …

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Primitive Technology: Fired Clay Bricks

Digging clay for brick mold Crushing old pottery for grog Mixing grog into clay Forming the brick mold, adding a tab for lifting It’s 25 cm by cm 25 cm x cm x cm Into the kiln Fire a large pot at the same time (so as not to waste …

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What is Artificial Intelligence (or Machine Learning)?

Every day, a large portion of the population is at the mercy of a rising technology, yet few actually understand what it is. Artificial intelligence. You know, HAL 9000 and Marvin the Paranoid Android? Thanks to books and movies, each generation has formed its own fantasy of a world ruled …

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