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This 94-Year-Old Scientist Could Save The Entire Planet

It would seem that here in the United States we should listen more to our senior citizens, especially one in particular. John Goodenough is a 94-year-old man who could very well have figured out a way to save planet earth. He has come up with a form of energy saving technology that could be quite beneficial to man kind. Can 94 Year-Old Scientist Save Earth? Goodenough along with a group of scientists and re ...

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IKEA Sells Hydroponic Gardens that Allows You to Grow Vegetables in Your Home

While the majority of us associate IKEA with flat pack furniture and café food, it appears this furniture retailer is branching out into some weird, but truly wonderful, gadgets. Earlier this year, IKEA made headlines when it began selling solar panels in its UK stores. The latest addition to IKEA’s gadget line: Indoor hydroponic gardens. IKEA’s indoor hydroponic gardens – ranging from one to three tier cul ...

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Solar-Powered Floating Farm Could Produce 20 Tons Of Vegetables Daily

The future of agriculture is here with what’s being called a Smart Floating Farm, designed by Forward Thinking Architecture, that could produce 8,000 tons of vegetables annually. The concept was selected as one of the Winners of the Sustainable Entrepreneurship Award 2016 (SEA) in the category of Lifestyle and Culture. The modular floating farms are not a reality yet but the concept behind it is sustainable ...

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Video: Robert De Niro & Robert F Kennedy Jr. Offer $100k Vaccine Challenge

Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. held a press conference in Washington DC to offer $100k to anyone who can prove that mercury in vaccines is safe to administer to children. Robert De Niro Supports Trump Vaccine Safety Commission, Does Not Support Trump Despite Agreeing on Vaccines, Robert De Niro Doesn’t Support Trump Robert Kennedy Jr. & Robert De Niro Vaccine Safety Press Conference Originally ...

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Researchers Invent New Solar-Powered Technology that Purifies Dirty Water 160 Times Cheaper than Existing Ones

Water is one of our basic necessities, but as we have consistently reported, the situation on water accessibility around the world is very dire. According to United Nations statistics, more than 2.9 billion people in 48 countries will face water shortages in the next 10 years. Water experts say it could destabilize and jeopardize the existence of some nations. Particularly with clean drinking water, the sta ...

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Desert Farm Grows 17,000 Tons of Food without Soil, Pesticides, Fossil Fuels or Groundwater

The world’s first farm to use seawater and sunlight to grow food in the middle of a desert just opened. Using coconut husks, 23,000 mirrors to reflect solar power, and desalinated water, Sundrop Farms situated in Port Augusta – a desert area in Australian – works agricultural voodoo. Without resorting to pesticides, needing to rely on rainfall, or turning to fossil fuels to power their 20-hectare farm, thei ...

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WATCH: How To Heat A Room For Only 15 Cents A Day

Wanting to cut costs on the energy bill, especially now that temperatures are dropping for the season? Economics may be one reason to seek more sustainable energy sources, but this inventive way to heat the house is also purely fascinating. Journalist, YouTuber, and boat owner Dylan Winter created his DIY heater using tea lights and placed inside a bread tin and covered with two ceramic flowerpots. This cre ...

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The Take Down of George Soros Has Begun

George Soros is running out of friends. With the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States and the BREXIT vote in Great Britain, a pattern is beginning to emerge.  This pattern is indicating that a major take-down of George Soros and his Open Society Foundation, among other organizations, both sub and individual, is in process.  The evidence to support such a claim is difficult to collect a ...

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Ashton Kutcher Rescues 6,000 Sex Trafficking Victims, Arrests over 2,000 Traffickers [Video]

Christopher Ashton Kutcher is a well-known figure in the American entertainment industry. Apart from acting, Kutcher is also an investor. A venture capitalist, Kutcher has successfully invested in several high technology startups with some of his investments including Skype, Foursquare, Airbnb, Path and Fab.com. But despite being a businessman and a public figure, societal problems are dear to his heart.  I ...

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Man 3D prints a wirelessly powered desk lamp inspired by Tesla

Engineer, David Choi, was on a mission to 3D print something inspired by Nikola Tesla's wireless power transmission.  Using his MakerBot Replicator 5th Generation, he began by printing the base of the lamp, two indentations for coils, one spiralling out and the other surrounding it as a circle.  He aquired a vintage 25W Tesla light bulb and copper tubes, which were coiled into place. The base of the lamp ac ...

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Mass Arrests Of Bankers Begins – Britain follows Iceland’s footsteps

The 2008 global financial crisis and the worldwide recession that it left in its wake engendered a feeling and great injustice among people across the world. The financial crash directly caused significant hardship to people from all over the globe who have forced face austerity measures and reduced employed while trillions of dollars were poured into propping up the banks who had caused the crisis. It appe ...

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Scientists Accidentally Invent a Battery that could Last Longer than You

I have the power! Imagine never having to buy new batteries. With Americans tossing out more than 3 billion or 180,000 tons of batteries a year, it’s a win-win situation for the consumer and the environment. Well, a team of researchers from the University of California Irvine (UCI) have discovered the secret of battery longevity –  by complete accident! Nanowires are really thin wires- they’re thousands of ...

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