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Chemical engineers from MIT have created a new material using a new polymerization process, and it’s as light as plastic and stronger than steel. Moreover, it can also be easily manufactured in big quantities.
This new material is a two-dimensional polymer that self-assembles into sheets, which is unlike other polymers, that normally form one-dimensional, spaghetti-like chains. Until this new type of polymer was created, scientists thought that it was impossible to induce polymers to create 2D sheets.
(NaturalHealth365) More than 90 percent of American adults own a cell phone, making this mobile digital technology the most rapidly adopted consumer technology in world history, according to the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project – and these numbers are on the rise.
While cell phones certainly make it easier to keep in touch with friends and family, to look up the nearest 4-star restaurant, and to navigate your way to new destinations, this seemingly benign technology isn’t quite as benign as you might think.
In a bid to see what complete sustainability in building homes could possibly look like one day, a team of architectures from the Italian firm, Mario Cucinella Architects, has produced the first 3D-printed home with zero-emissions clay.
A giant, floating and self-sustaining research lab measuring around the size of an island could actually be the answer to collecting, cleaning, and recycling all the trash in the ocean. Called the 8th Continent, this A giant, floating and self-sustaining research lab measuring around the size of an island could actually be the answer to collecting, cleaning, and recycling all the trash in the ocean. Called the 8th Continent, this huge structural masterpiece won the 2020 Grand Prix prize for architecture and innovation of the sea, and from the photo alone, it’s easy to see why. Incredibly, the structure was designed to be so large that it will allow the operators to live, eat, work, study and sleep there full-time.
In a joint letter, representatives from 11 Nordic organisations active in the field of health risks from radiation from wireless technology, request that humans and the environment be better protected. People are today completely unprotected from a variety of harmful effects, such as cancer and neurological damage, which the research has repeatedly shown occurs at levels well below current ”safety limits”.
Natural News) The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) has published a new study warning about the dangers of 5G technology, including how it directly contributes to the symptoms commonly associated with the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). For the study, Beverly Rubik and Robert R. Brown referenced an earlier paper published in May 2020 that showed a “statistically significant correlation between the intensity of radio-frequency radiation and mortality from SARS-CoV-2 in 31 countries throughout the world.”
New Atlas From treaded, to tubeless, to snow or all-terrain types, tires have gone through their fair share of changes and improvements. But while innovation is constant when it comes to vehicles themselves, it would seem that the basic idea behind tires has remained the same, which is the fact that they are made with air.…
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted in 2018 that a future Tesla Roadster will have a “SpaceX option package” with “10 small rocket thrusters arranged seamlessly around the car” to improve performance. More than three years later, there is still no Roadster that we’ve seen. The post Watch: YouTuber Straps Rocket Engines To Tesla Model S appeared first…