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The Sakura’s specs are much more modest than the ID.1, with just 20 kWh of battery capacity and a range of 112 miles (180 km). It will have just 62 hp (43 kW) compared to the VW’s 231 hp (170 kW) but will be far cheaper at around $14,000 (1.78 million yen). But it will…

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Voting Should Be Super Easy

Did you know that between Janu­ary 1, 2021 and Decem­ber 7, 2021 19 states passed 34 laws restrict­ing access to voting, making voting more difficult. All states with moderate to low turnout should model the states with the highest turnout. Colorado is one such state. They have mail in voting. Copy of a piece of identification is required…

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Far UVC 222 nanometer LEDs, the Future of Indoor Disinfection

In the modern world we have evolved into developing an immune system in order to survive and spread our DNA. That immune system has not been enough and countless viruses, bacteria, and mold have decimated populations throughout time. We thankfully now have vaccines for some of the viruses out there which drastically lower fatalities to…

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3D Printing Houses for a 1/10th of the Price

As I briefly mentioned in my first blog post “The Moon, the Future of Concrete” automated machines will build housing in the future. 3D printers, more specifically, 3D concrete printers will build houses for a tiny fraction of the normal cost of a concrete house. The evolution of this industry will only get better and…

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CDC Recommends Cutting Quarantine Times

Good news everyone, the CDC recommends cutting quarantine times from ten days to five days for those who have Covid-19 but are asymptomatic. As the CDC news on Covid is constantly evolving, their data shows that those infected with the coronavirus are most infectious in the two days before showing symptoms to three days after…

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Casimir Effect and Biefeld Brown Effect, the Same Phenomenon

The Casimir Effect occurs when two conductive parallel plates are so close to each other that there is not enough room between them for virtual particles to pop in and out of existence as they do outside of the plates. The pressure created by the virtual particles outside the plates and lack of equal pressure…

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Here’s Why You Will Want to Eat Lab Grown Food

To many, the idea of growing food in a lab sounds distasteful. Fears such as the food won’t taste the same or is unsafe permeate this bias. George Monbiot witnessed the creation of flour through a porthole in a metal tank. He could see a yellow froth churning. It’s a mixture of bacteria, taken from…

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Here’s Why You Should Drink Green Tea

Green tea has a wide range of health benefits and some consider it to be one of the healthiest beverages in the world. For one, green tea is full of antioxidants which have many health benefits including: improved brain function, protecting against three types of cancer, and lowered risk of heart disease. Furthermore there may…

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Climate Change Displaces Greater Than 150 Million by 2050

Dire predictions about our future climate have as many as 1.2 billion people displaced, be made refugees, by 2050 if the full volume of glaciers and ice caps on Earth, if all of them were to melt, global sea level would rise approximately 70 meters (approximately 230 feet), flooding every coastal city on the planet.…

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Dunning-Kruger Effect, Why People Don’t Realize They Are Ignorant

The Dunning-Kruger Effect is a hypothesis that people with low ability at a task overestimate their own ability, and that people with high ability at a task underestimate their own ability. Gaining a small amount of knowledge in an area about which one was previously ignorant can make people feel as though they’re suddenly experts.…

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An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

It looks like a promising antiviral drug by the name of molnupiravir has been developed, made for people who are already infected with the coronavirus. The antiviral pill reduces the rates of hospitalization and death by half compared to no treatment at all. The antiviral was tested in a small test group against a placebo…

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The GPU (Graphics Card) Shortage and Why It is More Serious Than Gaming

Best Buy had their once a month Nvidia graphics card sale again on the first of October. You had to physically go to the store in order to get one. They were handing out tickets at 7:30am and would let people in to buy them at 8:00am. But it was of course not that simple.…

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Does the Fountain of Youth Lie With Lengthening Our Telomeres?

The Fountain of Youth was a mythical spring that would make you young again if you bathed in it or drank from it. While now, the myth is ridiculous, but, is there any other way of making us young again? Does the Fountain of Youth still exist in some other form? There is a story…

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Dunbar’s Number, the Monkeysphere, the Main Factor Behind Vaccine Hesitancy

Many of those who have taken the Covid-19 vaccines cannot understand why there are anti-vaxxers or people hesitant or unwilling to get vaccinated. It is a fact that between 95-99% of those in the hospital who are infected with the coronavirus, are unvaccinated. Between 95-99% of people who die from the coronavirus are unvaccinated. As…

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The Moon, the Future of Concrete

Mining off earth might seem like an event relegated to the distant future but it is a lot closer than we would think. My book Forbidden Technology Revealed linked on my homepage details the technology that will give us propellantless propulsion, anti-gravity, anti-inertia, and overunity free energy. With these technologies we will no longer use…

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