Tag: technology

This Wind-Powered Device Pulls 11 Gallons Of Drinkable Water From The Air Each Day

By Amanda Froelich Whereas many individuals in developed nations often worry over catching their favorite television show, a constant stress for approximately 2.3 million people on the planet has to do with obtaining clean, drinking water. Fortunately, a solution to the latter conundrum has been…

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Self-Driving Cars: Another Control Mechanism for Our Lives?

By Catherine J Frompovich Technology is the driving force in business, industry and the surveillance-control spectrum of what’s becoming an apparent totalitarian-type of society couched in – and implemented – under the guise of ‘smart technology’. Besides microwave energy tech devices that now are capable…

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Drinking Water Can Be Harvested from the Air Using This Invaluable New Technology

By Christina Sarich The earth’s atmosphere contains just as much water as all our lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, underground well water, and oceans, combined. It’s a veritable Niagara Falls of water that could be used by people living under extreme drought conditions, who have been…

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Microwave Technology: The “GIFT” That Keeps Sharing – Your Information, That Is!

By Catherine J Frompovich If everyone, who is so enthralled with technology, would wake up to what really is going on in cyberspace utilizing computer networks to surveil and undermine your personal space and rights, especially what’s going on with Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating platform,…

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American Medical Association Warns of Health and Safety Problems from “White” LED Street Lights

By Richard G. ‘Bugs’ Stevens, University of Connecticut The American Medical Association (AMA) has just adopted an official policy statement about street lighting: cool it and dim it. The statement, adopted unanimously at the AMA’s annual meeting in Chicago on June 14, comes in response…

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Google AI Writes Dark Poetry after Reading Romantic Books

By itninja After reading 3,500 books on love and love poetry, Google’s Artificial Intelligence wrote one of the creepiest poems. Creating Artificial Intelligence could not be complete without the robot being able to understand human-based emotions. But, how well Artificial Intelligence understands the emotions, is…

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Start-Up Company Develops Solar-Powered Television and Radio, Connecting Rural East Africa to the World

By Amando Flavio In Africa, electricity is a big challenge for many countries. Governments on the continent are struggling to supply electricity to its growing population. In 2011, the International Energy Agency estimated that about 600 million people in Africa are living without electricity. This…

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