Ocean Sea Levels Rising Faster Than Models Predicted

February 19, 2018 – Reading satellite data can be downright depressing these days as we learn that our efforts to stem climate change and its byproducts are not following computer ... Continue Reading →

Home Botnets: Are They a Threat?

February 19, 2018 – Today’s guest blogger is Sophia Garcia, a first-time contributor to 21stcentech.com. Garcia has worked in telecommunications in 3 countries for 4 different ... Continue Reading →

Having Come Back from Costa Rica It Was Not Hard to See The Impacts of Climate Change

February 17, 2018 – Costa Rica has seen its climate change considerably in the last few years. The dry northwestern province of Guanacaste saw rain for the first time during its ... Continue Reading →

SpaceX to Start This Weekend Deploying Global Internet Satellite Network

February 17, 2018 – The service Elon Musk’s company is about to deploy has been given the name Starlink. On Sunday, if all goes well, a Falcon 9 rocket will deploy the first ... Continue Reading →

Florida Clinicians Form Association for Climate Action

February 12, 2018 – Writing from Samara, Costa Rica, where seeing a cloud in the sky calls for comments, I read a Miami Herald headline today that should make Floridians take ... Continue Reading →

Peter Diamandis Talks About The Coming Construction Revolution

February 11, 2018 – Yesterday I wrote about a new super wood that is stronger than steel. But overnight I received one of Peter Diamandis’ emails in which he described ... Continue Reading →

When Wood is Stronger Than Steel: Remove Some of the Lignin and Press for a Day

February 10, 2018 – Treated wood can be made to be stronger than steel these days. Through a combination of chemical baths and presses, new forms of wood represent an eco-friendly ... Continue Reading →

Halfway through the Flu Season and Antivaxxers Can Be Thanked for the Increased Deaths

February 9, 2018 – Our daughter was born with heart-lung disease and from her birth until today we have been vigilant in getting the flu vaccine every year. That along with precautions ... Continue Reading →

Our Ozone Layer Problem Has Not Gone Away, It Has Shifted

February 8, 2018 – A research article appearing in a journal of the European Geosciences Union published this week provides evidence that thinning of the protective ozone layer ... Continue Reading →

Pakistan and Capetown Have A Climate Change and Human Population Problem

February 7, 2018 – Writing from the very dry Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, which is surprisingly seeing more rain than normal this year, it seems appropriate to talk about headlines ... Continue Reading →