Centenarians have unique gut bacteria that enables them to live to a ripe old age, according to new research. Scientists in Japan say this unique gut makeup fuels bile acids that protect against disease.
Southern California's PteroDynamics has somehow escaped our attention thus far, but this company's radically different take on the electric VTOL aircraft is well worth a look, and the company claims this will be the most efficient design by far.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought with it a myriad of consequences to our society, but not every effect was negative. One such result was a dramatic increase in homeschooling, and especially in households that the left may not like.
Research groups and startups the world over are working to take nuclear fusion from a fanciful concept to a practical, zero-carbon means of producing practically infinite electricity, and one such team in Washington has just taken a significant step
Boston's Form Energy is building a commercial-scale pilot of a remarkable new grid-scale battery project that could make a huge contribution to long-term energy storage as the world moves away from fossil fuels.
Joby Aviation has released new video showing a "complete flight profile" of its eVTOL air taxi, and also announced its plans to create (and profit from) a new carbon credit trading system similar to the one that's kept Tesla profitable for some time.
Natto, a fermented soybean dish typically served for breakfast in Japan, can inhibit the ability of SARS-CoV-2 -- the virus that causes COVID-19 -- to infect healthy cells, according to a study by Japanese researchers.
A first-of-its-kind 3D-printed concrete bridge has been unveiled in Venice, Italy. The bridge is a demonstration of a new 3D printing method resulting in a structure requiring no mortar or steel reinforcement.
In the desert of Joshua Tree, Bobby Furst's home/studio/compound is an artistic wonderland built from 4 Quonset huts, 3 Airstream trailers and a shipping container. When Furst left LA for the desert he erected one two-story 50' by 30' Quonset hut wit
The way our forefathers lived offers clues on how different cultures used fermented foods (like yogurt and sauerkraut) not only as food preservatives, but also as support for intestinal and overall health.
History shows that:
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And we're not just talking about ivermectin. This could be the day that sets off a chain of events whereby citizens of the world no longer accept that low cost, effective, safe treatment is not available to all. It will be marked as a day people st
Many of us are not in a position to grow everything we eat. But if you want to shorten your personal supply chain, here's how to supplement what you grow with food from your local farmer's market. Yet another way to build a self-reliant, locally acqu
Do you know how to heat a camper without electricity? It only takes one cold night in your RV to motivate you to be better prepared next time. Fortunately, there are plenty of options on how to heat a camper without electricity.
Just a few weeks before Atlantis embarked on the final flight of the Space Shuttle program in 2011, a small Mexican company by the name of Squad quietly released Kerbal Space Program (KSP) onto an unsuspecting world.
After spending 18 months building an entirely new form of flight control software, California's Jetpack Aviation has completed flight testing on its first prototype of the Speeder, a jet turbine-powered flying motorcycle. Top speeds on the final vers
Electric VTOLs are shaping up as something you'll use as a service, rather than something you'd buy and keep in your garage for personal use. But Next UAS wants to re-open the conversation on personal ownership, with this single-seat iFly concept
Inkscape is a free and open source vector graphics editor, similar to Adobe Illustrator. In this video I'll be providing a brief overview of what vector graphics are, how they're used, and how you can use Inkscape to create them.