Reviewing the Subpod, the composting product I get the MOST questions about. It took me a while to get this review together because I wanted to put the system through its paces, and as you'll see, there were some design challenges I faced with the la
You may think you're protecting a computer with a VPN, Location turned off and various privacy strategies, but without awareness of all your devices, Google and other Big tech could be spying on all your devices at once, validating information among
Researchers at the University of Arizona have developed an ultra-thin device that permanently bonds onto bones, and beams data out wirelessly. The breakthrough could allow doctors to monitor the health of a patient's bones over time, or how well th
Maybe we should study it?
Here's another unpatentable, natural, safe molecule that appears to work against Covid and will probably never be mentioned by any Chief Health Officer who wants a cushy job with the WHO or Pfizer.
Lesson in joyful, smiling courage! Teacher Kath who lost all four limbs to sepsis and was clinging to life has made an astonishing return to the classroom thanks to the bionic technology that's out of this world
I discovered some really incredible spying done by Google. I found out that it was tracking my De-Googled Pixel. I had to backtrack to figure out why and I have identified the cause. However, I'm not clear on what the mechanism is or if it's specific
We are in the final stages of our moving preps, and this week, we got the PV panels and solar generator system set up and tested. In this video, we discuss the brands we chose and why, the power requirements of common appliances and electrical items
A "bioactive scaffold" regenerated damaged cells in the nervous systems of mice paralyzed from spinal cord injuries, allowing them to walk again 3-4 weeks after treatment--an astonishing feat never before achieved.
Using a Virtual Machine, we will test out 9 Linux Distros and see how they fare with user friendliness and ease of use. Could grandma use them? We will test out Ubuntu, Elementary OS, Fedora, Manjaro, Ubuntu Mate, MX Linux, Linux Mint, Pop! OS, and Z
Golf Cart Update! I'm adding a 36V SPIM08HP module to the gold golf cart. This module is capable of 2,400 Amp pulse! That's insane. These cells also come in pairs which will be perfect for E-bike builds.
Two years ago we first heard about the AB5 JetQuad, a jet-powered VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) drone. Well, it's time to meet its new-and-improved successor, the AB6. Among other things, it has an estimated top speed of 250 mph.
Last month, social media giant Facebook rebranded as Meta and revealed its vision for the future of online interaction. Much of the news so far has focused on what immersed users will see, but the company is also working on bringing touch to the Meta
For over a decade, Israeli atmospheric water generator (AWG) company Watergen has been one of the players working to refine and grow air-to-water technology that can efficiently pull water vapor out of the air and collect it as fresh, filtered drinki
Currently, if you wish to track the electrical activity of someone's muscles, you have stick electrodes onto their skin. An experimental new technology, however, simply utilizes conductive fabric that's incorporated into washable pieces of clothing.
Washington startup Helion Energy says its seventh-gen Polaris prototype will be the world's first fusion generator to demonstrate net electricity production, as early as 2024, and it's roped in a record-breaking funding round to get it built and runn
The not-so-healthy Mediterranean diet? Switching from 'Western' foods to non-organically-grown fruit, veg and whole grains can TRIPLE the pesticides you consume and weaken your immune system, study warns
A groundbreaking new imaging technique, utilizing X-rays generated by a cutting-edge particle accelerator, is offering 3D images of whole organs in unprecedented detail. Demonstrating the technology researchers imaged the lung of a deceased COVID-19
Humans could soon TALK to whales: Artificial intelligence will decode clicking sounds made by the marine animals and link each one to a specific context to create a language model that communicates with them
To convert a garage into a home, Ramiro Losada-Amor left the structure untouched and dropped a birch box inside to operate as a transforming home within a home. "That box is like a Swiss Army Knife where everything can open or close, depending on t