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Scientists Accidentally Invent a Battery that could Last Longer than You

I have the power! Imagine never having to buy new batteries. With Americans tossing out more than 3 billion or 180,000 tons of batteries a year, it’s a win-win situation for the consumer and the environment. Well, a team of researchers from the University of California Irvine (UCI) have discovered the secret of battery longevity –  by complete accident! Nanowires are really thin wires- they’re thousands of ...

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Audi creates diesel fuel from water and CO2 that leaves zero-carbon footprint

By Ian Crossland at awnn.com   A breakthrough refinement process perfected by Audi engineers has produced a diesel fuel created from high temperature water and carbon dioxide. After only four months, the plant, run by clean technology company Sunfire, was able to produce its first batch of the fuel, dubbed “blue crude.”  the product is composed of long-chain hydrocarbon compounds, similar to fossil ful ...

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How To Create Homemade Penicillin. Seriously.

This information I feel is very relevant to potentially everyone but specifically those whom may be living in poverty or have limited resources around the world. Oranges and simple bread are two of the most universally common household kitchen items. But did you know that oranges and bread are capable of producing penicillin simply by letting letting them sit around and age? Believe it or not, that green di ...

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1 Million Children Meditating For World Peace In Thailand

by Nate Max at in5d.com   5000 schools together. 1 million ‪‎children‬ meditating for world ‪‎peace‬ at the Phra Shammakaya Temple of ‪‎Thailand‬. Meditation only works for the individual with inner peace, not for greedy and corrupt people; they have no heart and no soul, nothing is going to happen but war from them. Having peaceful and noble thoughts are great as it creates positive vibration, but equ ...

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Audi creates diesel fuel from water and CO2 that leaves zero-carbon footprint

By Ian Crossland at awnn.com   A breakthrough refinement process perfected by Audi engineers has produced a diesel fuel created from high temperature water and carbon dioxide. After only four months, the plant, run by clean technology company Sunfire, was able to produce its first batch of the fuel, dubbed “blue crude.”  the product is composed of long-chain hydrocarbon compounds, similar to fossil ful ...

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Morgan Freeman: Legalize Marijuana In The US & Across The Board

Morgan Freeman, who won the best supporting actor Oscar in 2005, for Clint Eastwood’s Million Dollar Baby, has come out in support of Marijuana legalization. In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, he divulged how marijuana still eases the pain he suffers after he broke his left arm, shoulder and elbow in a car accident in 2008. In his comments, the 77-year-old actor derided an archaic logic. He said, “ ...

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Chilean artist steals $500 million worth of student debt papers and destroys them

A Chilean artist known as Papas Frites (French Fries) stole and destroyed $500 million worth of student debt contracts. “It’s over,” he said. "It’s finished. You don’t have to pay another peso [of your student loan debt]. We have to lose our fear, our fear of being thought of as criminals because we’re poor. I am just like you, living a sh—y life, and I live it day by day. “This is my act of love for you.” ...

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Survivalist Saves Home With Aqua Dam After Everyone Called Him Crazy

Texan Robert Wagner's story is a lot like Noah's. Everyone believed he was crazy, up until the rain started falling. After driving from Texas to Louisiana and spending $8300, Wagner managed to conserve his house from an awful flood. He acquired a 30 ″ Aqua Dam, which can be filled with water to develop a flood barrier. The flood waters reached a depth of 27 ″ around his home, however the barrier never broke ...

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Wireless Energy Transmission On A Global Scale? Tesla Would Be Proud.

If only Nikola Tesla (inventor of AC or alternating current that is used world-wide, the fluorescent tube that we use to this day ) were alive to see this now; a group of Russian physicists are picking up from where he had left off, using his patents and ideas to finally create the masterpiece that had been long suppressed: wireless electricity transmission. Their work has been largely forgotten, and just l ...

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Unidentified YouTuber is roaming Australia surviving completely on what he can build with his own hands

If you've been following the Primitive Technology channel on YouTube, you know that it follows a man around the Far North of Queensland, Australia.  The man never identifies himself, but he is constantly building and creating things with nothing more than his hands and the elements around him. In a recent video, the man, often called "Prim," stumbled upon a method of creating iron.  It came after he created ...

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The Venus Project: One World, No Government, Could It Work?

On this episode of The Anoncast, Alek had the rare opportunity to sit down face to face with Saso Luznar of The Venus Project. The Venus Project is an organization that proposes a feasible plan of action for social change, one that works towards a peaceful and sustainable global civilization. It outlines an alternative to strive toward where human rights are no longer paper proclamations but a way of life. ...

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Watch the coolest guy ever build a cabin and live off land in Alaskan mountains for 30 years

An inspiration and a man that found his passion, Richard Proenneke, traveled to the mountains of Alaska and, for 30 years, lived by the banks of Twin Lakes in a cabin that he built by hand. A World War I veteran, he spent his time hunting, fishing and raising and gathering his food.  He would occasionally have supplies flown in and inspired journalists, film makers and writers to tell his story through mult ...

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