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Science

Unlimited Fresh Water: Can MIT’s Breakthrough Save Us?

This video from Ziroth is an exploration into a resent rabbit hole he went down. I read about MIT’s new desalination breakthrough on Reddit, and needed to learn more! The topic of desalination is an important one that is only becoming more critical and could be a lifeline for huge area of the world. As […]

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Privacy Security

New Law Mandates ‘Kill Switches’ in ALL Cars from 2026 Onwards!

This video from Car Coach Reports highlights a concerning development in regards to privacy, security, and freedom of movement. Snuck inside the recently passed $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, is a proposal to have a lockout device to be installed in all new cars. This is no joke and has already passed in Congress and the […]

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Solar

This Genius Turbine Will Change Energy Forever

This video is from Ziroth explains toroidal propellers, which have shown the ability to increase efficiency and reduce noise on boats and drones, but in this video we will see if these benefits can be transferred to wind turbines and planes.

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Maker Science

Great DIY Powerwall Project

Yesterday, the East Coast was hit hard by a tropical storm that left millions without power. That got me thinking (and searching) about off-grid alternatives, which led me to jehugarcia’s video on his home DIY Powerwall project.

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Autonomous Vehicles

A First Look at Cruise’s First Fully Driverless Car

Cruise, the self-driving subsidiary of General Motors, revealed its first vehicle to operate without a human driver, the Cruise Origin. The vehicle, which lacks a steering wheel and pedals, is designed to be more spacious and passenger-friendly than typical self-driving cars. Cruise says the electric vehicle will be deployed as part of a ride-hailing service, […]

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Business

Is Big Auto/Oil Facing Imminent Doom

Here is an interesting look at the current state of the electric vehicle market with some cogent thoughts on the future of the internal combustion engine. It looks like 2023 could be an interesting year indeed. I will add that, as I was recently in the market for a new car, I did not want […]

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