Climate Injustice on Display in the Streets of Toronto Today

July 5, 2015 – Marchers have gathered here in Toronto for a mass demonstration in support of “climate justice.” The moving force behind what is expected to be a worldwide ... Continue Reading →
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Just How Far into the Future Can We See? Ask Cosmologists

July 4, 2015 – To all my American readers a happy 4th of July. As a researcher bent on understanding the future and where humanity is going I seldom think about this within a ... Continue Reading →

Mars to Get its First Airplane if NASA Plans Pan Out

July 3, 2015 – For humans to successfully endure a voyage to Mars and back NASA wants to have a better picture of where to land. So they want to deploy an airplane to fly over ... Continue Reading →

More Nations Announce Carbon Emission Cuts

July 2, 2015 – The United Nations has received commitments from 44 countries and the European Union (28 countries) so far in advance of the Paris climate change conference planned ... Continue Reading →
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Green IT Trends: How the Computer Industry Is Saving Energy

July 2, 2015 – Today’s guest blogger is Roy Rasmussen, co-author of the book, Publishing for Publicity. Roy is a freelance copywriter who focuses on ways to help small business ... Continue Reading →

U.S. Republican Presidential Candidates and Their Carbon Contribution

July 2, 2015 – A mere two days before the United States celebrates its Independence Day, the Republicans now have 14 definite candidates and 2 to 6 probables who want to be the ... Continue Reading →
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Gamification, Email, Business, Innovation and the Crowd: How We Internetwork is Changing

July 1, 2015 – It is Canada Day here north of the 49th parallel, the 148th year of the nation’s birth. So today I went to watch my Toronto Blue Jays in action and have just ... Continue Reading →
Schematic-of-UCal San Diego Fiber Optic Experiment

New Invention Boosts Fiber Optic Transmission Up to 400%

June 30, 2015 – Just in case you were worried that we didn’t have enough data traveling through fiber optic cables, engineers at University of California, San Diego, have ... Continue Reading →
An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes after lift-off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 28, 2015.  REUTERS/Mike Brown

Space is Harder Than Commercial Operators Think

June 29, 2015 – The United States has put its trust in commercial space operators, Orbital, Boeing and SpaceX to continue supporting low-Earth orbit unmanned and human space activities. ... Continue Reading →
Zee Aero flying car

Peter Diamandis Talks About the Future of Transportation

June 28, 2015 – In his latest email blast Peter Diamandis talks about four revolutions in transportation that he expects will take place within this decade. These include: autonomous ... Continue Reading →