The Arca Space Corp Hover Board

December 30th, 2015|

If you have been paying attention to any of the media this year, then there is a very good chance that you know 2015 was a very important year for Back To The Future. This film, made several decades ago, focused on time traveling to 2015.
Taking creative license with what they thought the future would […]

The Need For Laws To Adapt at The Rate Of Technology

December 28th, 2015|

Last week a Brazilian judge handed down a ruling that affected almost half of his country’s population. Approximately 200 million people were affected by his ruling which involved the legality of technology.
The judge shut down an app.
The app, WhatsApp, is a messaging service that is extensively used abroad to communicate. It is very popular in […]

Paris Deal a Huge Hit to Oil

December 23rd, 2015|

The results from the Paris conference were unexpected and extremely promising for renewables for the future. This aggressive move by world leaders will serve for the betterment of future generators.
What will suffer, however, is the oil industry.
With the results of the Paris deal showing a commitment to stopping global warming prior to the 2 […]

Three top reasons to go Solar!

December 22nd, 2015|

You get it, you are an intellectual human on the Internet, and you know that solar is absolutely the way of the future. It is not just an idea of science fiction anymore, but a real viable technology that is rapidly becoming commonplace in homes all over the world. You might however, still be on […]

PlayStation Virtual Reality Helping NASA Space Robotics Program

December 16th, 2015|

Virtual reality is rapidly changing the landscape of the technical world. It has filmmakers looking to the future possibilities of interactive film, American Football teams training their new quarterbacks with it, and now NASA is adopting PlayStation powered VR to control robots in space.
Previously, when NASA sent robots into space they were drones, probes and […]

Shall to Should in the Paris Climate Deal

December 14th, 2015|

This last weekend concluded the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. This historic meeting of world leaders made significant moves towards shaping the climate and green energy stances of the world’s wealthiest countries.
What is somewhat amusing (and terrifying) is that in the final hours, the entire agreement was almost derailed by what has […]

Google Fiber Might Be Coming To LA

December 10th, 2015|

If you are over the age of 25, then it is highly likely that you remember the dark ages of 56k modems. The internet is perhaps one of the greatest human inventions, instantly connecting any home to the combined bastion of human knowledge, and it is constantly improving and getting faster.
Thankfully, because the sounds the […]

Completely Recyclable Biopolymer May Be On The Horizon

December 8th, 2015|

While Baltimore is using a Solar Powered Garbage Wheel to remove 97,000 plastic bottles from the Baltimore harbor, other scientists are looking at ways to preemptively remove plastic bottles from our waterways entirely. It turns out that a chemist at Colorado University may have figured out a possible solution.
Plastic bottles and other man-made garbage in waterways […]

Printable Solar Could Bring Power to Over a Billion People

December 3rd, 2015|

Several months ago we wrote about Powering a Light With Saltwater as an example of the humanitarian capabilities of innovative, renewable energy. Now there is a new possibility of 3D printing solar to provide power in areas that currently have none.

Kyung-In Synthetic in Korea is currently developing this new idea of providing solar in remote […]