Does the world need another Elon Musk/Steve Jobs comparison? I’ll leave that up to you to decide, dear readers (read on, or flit to the next flower). I assure you that only the most interesting, insightful, and incisive specimens of the genre are chronicled in these pages, and an unusual video by Admazing caught my editorial eye
Bjorn Lomborg’s False Alarm (Basic Books, $20) does not “deny” the likelihood of global warming as set out in the United Nations’ Reports on Climate Change. Lomborg expresses belief in the U.N.’s central estimate of a temperature increase of 7.2…
The new damage to Arecibo, caused by the heavy cable, happened while repairs from 2017’s Hurricane Maria were still ongoing.
A Giant Nuclear Fusion Reactor Hotter than the Sun to Provide Unlimited Clean Energy to the World Marks Milestone
The assembly phase of one of humanity’s most-complex engineering projectsâa giant nuclear fusion reactor called ITERâlaunched in France.
How Tesla Could Use Its Financial Strength To Drive MASSIVE Demand For Electric Cars — $87/Month Lease?
In this article, I’m going to discuss an idea I came up for Tesla to dramatically increase demand for their cars after I watched a certain YouTube video and did some more research. Let’s start with the video
New Mexico Girl Wins $250,000 Top Prize in Teen Science Fair For Inventing Tool That Could Prevent Starvation in Africa
Lillian Kay Petersen won a quarter million bucks and top prize at the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2020 for a tool to predict crop yields.
Presidential candidate Joe Biden (D) released a video on Wednesday featuring himself revving a hunter green Corvette Stingray — an American classic — while promising to move the country to electric vehicles. “I like to drive. I used to think…
Sometimes, though, accidents simply cannot be avoided. You could be minding your own business when all hell comes crashing through your door and slamming you out of its way. This is literally what happened to the owner of a blue Tesla Model X as she waited at a red light
My views on climate change—and, more generally, on humanity’s future—have never been stable. Depending on what I’m reading, and perhaps shifts in my neural weather, I ricochet between optimism and dread. Last spring I was feeling pretty glum about, well, everything when iconoclastic…