The Quest To Learn How To Brew The Perfect Cup Of Coffee. I am a coffee lover and I admit it. I grind my own beans and use a pressure press that makes what, if I do say so myself, a really good morning brew. Here are some suggestions from researchers, ( yes there are people […]

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The World’s First Designer Baby Could Be Out There Right Now. Many of us remember the uproar when cloning technology became a reality. It was February 22nd,1997, that the world learned of the first successful cloning of an animal with Dolly the sheep. Dolly was cloned at the Roslin Institute in Midlothian, Scotland, where she lived […]

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New Advancements Into Micro Sized Terahertz Laser Technology. Terahertz radiation is the band of electromagnetic radiation whose wavelengths exist between microwaves and visible light and is though to have multiple possible applications in security and medical diagnostics. Such devices will require the development of compact, low-power, high-quality terahertz lasers.

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Making The Computer Based Workplace Dance? There is another new workplace term, thanks to the advent of social media and a connected network for corporate and government systems. The term is ” cyber slacking” and it refers to the act of wasting time at work, goofing off on non-work related websites such as social media.

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Enter The Era Of The Electric Drone Taxi. Personal drones large enough to take a passenger are right now being developed by several companies, and there are multiple prototypes being tested around the world.  Many of them are being considered more as taxi’s than personal vehicles.

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A Simple Home Experiment For The Questioning Mind. We have seen the beauty of a rainbow spread across the sky after a rainstorm. There many fables that go with this such what lies at the end of it. It turns out that it is not a pot good or a Leprechaun, in fact there is […]

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The Fun Of Bouncing a Laser Off The Moon. Have you ever taken a laser pointer, either red or the more powerful green ones and tried to see just how far the light would go? Pretty far right but do you know it could make it to the moon and back if there was a nice […]

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The Cost Of Training Pilots Is Based On The Price Of the Plane And The Cost Of Fuel. It is projected that the current shortage of commercial pilots around the world that has resulted from a dramatic and steady increase in air transportation will only continue if not get worse. The costs associated with learning […]

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The Next Generation Of Carry-On Luggage Climbs Stairs With Ease. This next example of technology making life easier for people is for the frequent flyers out there. The definition of frequent that I am using is : “often enough to be annoyed by things like long lines, flight changes and a sore back from dragging […]

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A Home In A Shipping Container – New Technology To Change the World. We have done several articles highlighting construction projects that use shipping containers for apartments or low cost housing. How about a container that opens up into a full portable home complete with a deck and glass sun-rooms?

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