Could Thorium Meet Our Energy Needs?

Recent news about the development of a thorium based car has returned the conversation about nuclear energy to

14 Interesting Facts You Don’t Know About Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla was an electrical engineer, inventor and one of the
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3rd Grader Raises Over $25,000 To Fund School Lunches

8-year-old Cayden Taipalus, a 3rd grade student at Howell
7 March | by M Caulfield

This Easy To Build Contraption Can Give Water To Everyone: DIY Plans

Solar technology goes much further than creating electricity, some
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Learning Careerism As A Moral Reward System

The concepts of consumerism and careerism are predominant in first world countries, and are increasing in

Government Bonds Biggest Bubble Ever? MyRA A Retirement Scam?

In the 2014 State of the Union Address, President
5 February | by M Caulfield

Solar Cooking! Food Preparation with The Sun!

Solar Cookers use the light of the sun to
3 August | by Asura

Thai Officials Sell Myanmar Refugees To Human Traffickers

Reports have surfaced that Thailand immigration officials secretly supply
18 February | by M Caulfield

Foreign Aid: Does It Really Help The People?

24 December | by M Caulfield
It is common to hear celebrities and politicians talk about, and promote the need for, foreign aid to “poor countries”, such as those in

France Furious Over NSA Spying, Demands Justification

The United States National Security Agency (NSA) has gained
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Secretive Cellphone Tracking Technology Under Investigation

In an effort to curb further corruption from state
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Police Look To Criminalize Cannabis Odor

Colorado and Washington became the first states to pass