By – Posted on July 18, 2017
The improved periodic table not only makes science more interactive, it encourages people — both young and old — to care about the natural world.
Credit: Keith Enevoldsen
Growing up, children and teenagers learn about the periodic table. But as they develop into adults, do they actually understand the concept? Such was a question pondered by software engineer Keith Enevoldsen
, which is why he designed an interactive Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures and in Words
, which shows how seemingly-ordinary elements affect day-to-day life……
1)ANTIMEDIA) — Science fiction fans, take note. A private company, Moon Express, has just revealed its grand vision to launch the early stages of a mining operation on the lunar surface. From Ars Technica on Wednesday: “The privately held company released plans for a single, modular spacecraft that can be combined to form successfully larger and more capable vehicles. Ultimately the…
via Moon Express: Lunar Outpost to Be Built by 2020 for Space Mining Operations — The Anti-Media
1)”The “Anti” in our name does not mean we are against the media, we are simply against the current mainstream paradigm. The current media, influenced by the industrial complex, is a top-down authoritarian system of distribution—the opposite of what Anti-Media aims to be. At Anti-Media, we want to offer a new paradigm—a bottom-up approach for real and diverse reporting. We seek to establish a space where the people are the journalists and a venue where independent journalism moves forward on a larger and more truthful scale.”
(Natural News) Are you too tired and weary every night because of the long day that you had and all you want to do when you get home is just fall on your bed and sleep? That would be a nightmare for your teeth, as plaque and cavity buildup is sure to follow this routine.
Do not fret, my lazy one. We introduce you to the Amabrush, a $90 (70 British Pounds) hands-free mouthguard-looking device that you can slip inside your mouth to automatically do your tooth brushing, flossing, scrubbing, and rinsing for you…
Read more & video-clip at: Natural News
And it’s actually surprisingly small!
Credit: University of Washington
Imagine a world where you never have to worry about your cell phone battery dying. This may soon become a reality, as researchers at the University of Washington have invented a battery-free cell phone that works with the power of ambient light and radio waves. The research was published July 1st in the journal Proceedings of the ACM, titled “Battery-Free Cellphone.”
Read more at: True Acvivist
The biggest tech companies in the world of technology are gathering together to fight the Federal Communications Commission, which is working to revise and change the regulations passed during the previous presidency for internet providing services. These tech giants include companies such as Mozilla, Amazon, Kickstarter, Reddit, Netflix, GitHub, Twitter, and Vimeo. Over 50 companies…
via Major Tech Companies Stand Against the Government to Maintain Net Neutrality — Anonymous News
Credit: John McCall Architects The perks of investing in renewable technologies exceed benefiting the environment. Installing solar, for instance, can also reduce living costs long-term. Considering housing prices continue to increase, such is undoubtedly a worthwhile investment. Colin Usher, the director of UK-based John McCall Architects, certainly thinks so. Two years ago, Usher decided to…
via This Stunning Solar Home In The UK Costs Just $2 A Month To Run — True Activist