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Talks about the mirrors, cleaning

Visit photothermal power station in NW China's Xinjiang​

In the vast Gobi desert in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, about 14,500 pentagon-shaped mirror-like devices form layers of circles, where a 220-meter-high tower stands at the very center. The project attempts to turn abundant solar energy into heat and power.
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It appears that the Pentagon is not that interested in quantum radar either.

Meanwhile, not sure how credible the following source is.

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It's hard to tell when the words come out of the intelligence and related government agencies.

I can imagine a time when no one has ever successfully tested an atomic bomb, the same people coming out to say uranium/plutonium offer no benefit of creating a bomb other than its dangerous radiation possibly generating heat.
 
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antiterror13

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It's hard to tell when the words come out of the intelligence and related government agencies.

I can imagine a time when no one has ever successfully tested an atomic bomb, the same people coming out to say uranium/plutonium offer no benefit of creating a bomb other than its dangerous radiation possibly generating heat.

exactly, they only can tell what they know, otherwise have no clues
 

Hendrik_2000

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China is a quick learner, and they had some help along the way.

No one does everything by themselves.

The brain drain was an important contributor.

Japanese engineers find greener pastures with Chinese automakers​

September 3, 2021 03:43 JST

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This trend should be encouraged. Japan has highly educated work force and they still have some useful years after retirement. Now that China living standard in east coast approaching living standard in Japan. that should add incentive to move. I read a lot of comment on Japanese vlog about China very few express disapproval most of the them praise for China's lifestyle and progress. Young people too now flock to China to study ate university like Jiaodong, Beida, Nankai etc. Japan together with Korea form the largest pool of foreign student in China
 

antiterror13

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This trend should be encouraged. Japan has highly educated work force and they still have some useful years after retirement. Now that China living standard in east coast approaching living standard in Japan. that should add incentive to move. I read a lot of comment on Japanese vlog about China very few express disapproval most of the them praise for China's lifestyle and progress. Young people too now flock to China to study ate university like Jiaodong, Beida, Nankai etc. Japan together with Korea form the largest pool of foreign student in China

what do they learn? I'd bet mostly studying Mandarin
 

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