Tesla Likes to Murder Technology

If you pay attention to the mainstream media, you likely think of Tesla as some promoter of technological advancements. The truth is much more sinister, because it seems the California automaker and tech giant is keen on taking down rival technologies with a vengeance. Read more

When the Experts Are Wrong!

Society and our own experiences have told us to trust the experts. But, have those experts always steered us in the right direction? How do we know which experts we can trust and which ones we should stay away from? Read more

Whatever Happened to the Station Wagon?

If you’re old enough to remember the Brady Bunch, even when the show was in re-runs on network TV, you probably spent at least some time riding in the back of a station wagon, like the fictional family. The station wagon from my childhood wore a Ford badge and faux wood paneling, making it resemble a log with wheels, and I thought it was pretty cool. My dad had a different opinion.   Read more

How 3D Printing is Helping to Save Dying Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are the most diverse of all marine ecosystems and up to a quarter of all ocean species depend on them for food and shelter. However, according to the Planetary Coral Reef Foundation,around 25 percent of the planet’s coral reefs have already disappeared and anestimated two-thirds of all coral reefs are currently at risk. In Southeast Asia specifically – home to the most species rich reefs on earth – 88 percent  of reefs are facing extinction. Let that sink in for a moment. Read more