So, it's no secret that I love innovation and one of the greatest things to come out of the internet is the ability of inventors and innovators to reach out to a big audience very quickly to fund projects that might be deemed too risky by corporations. This week, I will be talking about Scandia... Continue Reading →
Can we use the excess CO2 on Earth into fizzy drinks? I think that the CO2 in soda is from power plants and factories and that sort of thing but can we harness this greenhouse gas from other places? For example, with car exhaust and the like. Even if that's not helping the emissions problem, it's like a self-perpetuating debt; the payment just keeps getting delayed. With so much soda being consumed every day, there are plenty of places to put CO2 in without releasing it directly into the air. Just a thought.
Okay. Perhaps not everyone has studied the Cold War as I was extensively prompted to. One of the things pushed by the United States was human rights, coupled with economy and technology. When Trump was campaigning, he insisted that all the trade deals that the United States was invested in were poor negotiations and alliances... Continue Reading →
Using fewer plastics and iron than a traditional computer, the creators of Atmo computers hope to cut back on ecologic strain caused by mining and processing raw materials. The compact design of each of their devices means that their computers take up less space than your average computer. Plus, it comes with a plant that flourishes on... Continue Reading →
Problem: Car Exhaust Solution: Turn air pollution into high-quality ink! Learn more and support this project at Kickstarter. Air-Ink | Invention by Graviky Labs
Hello again! This Sunday, we're going to talk about how America gets distracted. In the meantime, for those who get their news through blogs and Facebook, I hope you'll read this. No, we're not going to be talking about the overdiagnosis of ADHD in Americans or the fact that social media and technology is supposedly... Continue Reading →