Technology news, articles and information:
|12/2/2016 - It's not often these days that we get to view rapidly advancing technology in a favorable light, but this is one of those rare occasions where high-tech is an incredibly good thing.
As reported by the BBC, researchers are bringing high-tech to agriculture, as a way to raise crops while protecting...|
|11/21/2016 - In recent days, The New York Times published a story about how the biotech industry has thus far failed to deliver on its many promises regarding GMO crops. The article was published less than one month after the industry petitioned congressional leaders for $3 million in taxpayer money to "educate"...|
|9/8/2016 - With genetically modified organisms (GMOs) quickly approaching a point of saturation in the conventional food supply, the genetic butchers responsible for unleashing things like Roundup Ready soybeans are getting ready to unveil the next phase of their predatory agricultural conquest -- synthetic biology.
|8/31/2016 - New research on mice has shown that blue light stimulation of brain cells can recover memories in mice with Alzheimer's disease. Furthermore, they found that artificial reactivation of positive memories through light could suppress the effects of stress-induced depression.
A team led by RIKEN Brain...|
|4/28/2016 - It was a goal of Adolf Hitler, and it is a term that today's researchers don't really like to use, but eugenics – the effort to scientifically create a sort of "master race" or super-human – still exists today and, as it turns out, Britain is taking the lead.
As reported by The Spectator,...|
|4/5/2016 - Ethylene, a natural gas that's emitted by fruit and is responsible for hastening the ripening process, may have met its match, thanks to a breakthrough device.
Made by It's Fresh!, a Food Freshness Technology (FFT) company, the postage stamp-sized device is a filter that absorbs ethylene from fruit....|
|3/21/2016 - Gene editing is now considered a national security threat alongside cyberattacks and nuclear weapons. That is, at least according to the government's latest annual report on national security threats. The report listed gene editing as a technology that, "probably increases the risk of the creation of...|
|11/13/2015 - In recent days, Dr. Tom Insel, M.D., left his post as chief of the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health, a position that made him the nation's top mental health physician. A neuroscientist and psychiatrist, Insel is a leading authority on both medicinal and public policies that are necessary to...|
|11/12/2015 - More than seven decades after the defeat of Adolf Hitler's Nazi-inspired Third Reich on battlefields that left much of Europe in shambles, U.S. technology giant IBM – which played a major role in all phases of the Holocaust – is once again in the business of killing.
As reported by investigative...|
|11/9/2015 - With their phones in hand, they bow their heads, eyes narrowing in on their pocket screens. No awareness of the now, they wander like intoxicated drivers, veering to the left and the right. Scrolling through their Facebook feed, they try to ignite some kind of spark to keep their dying souls alive in...|
|11/9/2015 - The tractor beam, one of science fiction's most iconic devices, is one step closer to reality, scientists from the Universities of Bristol and Sussex announced recently in a paper published in the journal Nature Communications.
But while the ability to move entire spaceships without touching them...|
|11/5/2015 - The head of Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has admitted in an interview with the Times of London that the technology does not yet exist that would allow the decommissioning of the three remaining melted-down reactors. He has no idea when such technology might be available, and...|
|10/17/2015 - Are we in love with how smart we are? In America today, there are technology companies that have a much larger "cult following" than any religious organization. And there are millions upon millions of Americans that freely confess that they "believe in science". So what does this say about us? Does...|
|10/16/2015 - Children conceived via assisted reproductive technologies (ART) are twice as likely to suffer from autism as children conceived without such technologies, according to a study that was conducted by researchers from Columbia University, Fordham University and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...|
|9/1/2015 - A who's-who grouping of the world's most prominent minds has signed onto a letter urging robotics researchers to be extremely cautious in developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology, warning that an inevitable military AI arms race could (and likely will) unfold, leading to "a third revolution...|
|8/3/2015 11:29:22 AM - The next generation of genetically engineered life will more than likely possess a novel trait known as "gene drive" that literally spreads gene alterations like a virus within the host population, whether it is a plant or an animal. Many scientists are starting to worry that if it is placed into the...|
|7/19/2015 - There has been a debate raging about GMOs for a long time now. On one side of the debate is the idea that genetic engineering is progress for humanity, and it is a natural extension of more traditional breeding techniques. The other side believes genetically modified foods are unsafe for human consumption...|
|6/10/2015 - If every person currently living in California took a five-minute shower as opposed to the average 11-minute shower, the drought-stricken Golden State would save over 200 billion gallons of water annually. And a new device by inventor Ken Wright known as iMShowerSmart makes it easier than ever for people...|
|6/4/2015 - He's a brilliant innovator whose fortunes came about as a result of ahead-of-their-time technological advancements that many said couldn't be done. But Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk is deeply concerned about some of Google's latest technological endeavors, which he believes could eventually wipe out...|
|4/21/2015 - As California suffers under brutal "Third World" drought conditions that are crushing the state's agricultural economy, Natural News is set to unveil a revolutionary new technology that makes bottled water instantly obsolete.
This technology was not developed here at Natural News; it's something...|
|3/9/2015 - The technology has been around for some years now, but the use of RFID (radio-frequency identification) chips and other beneath-the-skin implants has only recently become more widespread.
A high-tech office complex in Sweden is now offering tenants' staff the option of having a small RFID chip implanted...|
|2/20/2015 2:30:48 PM - As technology advances, the development of ridiculous and mostly useless gadgets soar, many of which only receive attention due to their bizarreness. While wearable technology has grown increasingly popular, this latest invention leaves you wondering whether such a product will ever be in demand.
|1/20/2015 - The same Duke University graduate who recently told an audience of scientists in Austria that every living thing is intrinsically flawed and in need of genetic modification is back in the news after announcing plans to one day grant ordinary people the opportunity to create their own fake organisms...|
|1/8/2015 - As someone who routinely considers the future ramifications of present-day trends, I'm always astonished when people are reluctant to acknowledge obvious trends. As I have begun to share here on Natural News in recent articles, 3D printing is rapidly taking shape as a revolutionary technology for liberty...|
|12/30/2014 - A prominent climate scientist who's actively involved in developing technologies to thwart the natural weather patterns of the globe says he's disturbed by the prospect of having to make such drastic changes to the common order of things in order to fight so-called "global warming."
Dr. Matthew Watson...|
|12/26/2014 - (Story by Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton , republished from TruthStreamMedia.com) We have finally reached the moment where Orwell's nightmare in 1984 meets the movie Minority Report. We're living there right now.
And, astoundingly, we still hear people saying "Well, I haven't done anything wrong,...|
|12/12/2014 - In April 2014, the BioInitiative Working Group -- consisting of 29 experts from 10 countries, 10 holding medical degrees, 21 PhDs, and three MsCs, MAs or MPHs -- said there is growing evidence that wireless technology causes brain damage, tumors and a host of chronic health conditions.
Based on a...|
|12/8/2014 11:11:02 AM - Technology is the archetypal golden calf of the modern age. Everything that naturally exists in a purely analog and resonant state is being artificially mechanized, computerized, digitized and hybridized (think half-human, half-robot on this one). And with this gradual suffocation of the living, breathing...|
|11/29/2014 - When big time entrepreneur Elon Musk headed to the podium at the MIT symposium at a recent meeting on technology, he turned heads as he spoke openly about the threat of artificial intelligence potentially causing human extinction.
"I think we should be very careful about artificial intelligence....|
|11/26/2014 - When I announced yesterday that the release of an important new invention in 2015 would be accompanied by posting downloadable 3D printer files for parts used in the invention, I was surprised to see some of the reader questions. (See that article here.) Many readers were wondering how they were going...|
|11/26/2014 - With all the hazardous health and environmental aspects of our current energy sources -- like nuclear, coal, petroleum and natural gas -- innovative and nontoxic alternatives are in high demand. Regrettably, even "green technology" has serious drawbacks, where windmills and solar farms decimate bird...|
|11/2/2014 - Is the federal government seeking a near-term technological solution to combating airborne Ebola virus? A document posted at FedBizOpps.gov would seem to suggest as much.
As reported by WorldNetDaily (WND), the sourcing document, titled "Chemical/Biological Technologies Department Ebola Broad Agency...|
|10/14/2014 - In the first quarter of 2015, I'll be launching a new "low-tech technology" solution that will become an instant must-have among people who want to be more self-reliant. The timing of the Ebola outbreak makes this solution even more urgent, so I'm shifting my present priorities to really focus on this...|
|9/16/2014 - There's a breakthrough in oral health that has the potential to help millions. It's an ozone-infused oil pulling remedy that you swish around your mouth for a few minutes each morning to radically transform your oral health.
The practice of "oil pulling" has been used for thousands of years to pull...|
|8/14/2014 - Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla Motors, maker of electric automobiles, is one of the driving forces behind super-intelligence computers that could eventually improve just about everything -- from alternatively powered autos to space travel.
But Musk says that the technology that is coming could also...|
|8/10/2014 - Big Brother just keeps getting more powerful and pervasive, thanks to technology, and what's more, hundreds of millions of people accept this as just "part of" living in the Digital Age.
According to Britain's The Telegraph newspaper, all mobile phones that are logged into the Wi-Fi network at Helsinki...|
|8/4/2014 - Genetic hackers eager to open the floodgates to genetic engineering 2.0 are being met with resistance by level-headed scientists who recognize that new efforts to push genome editing, or the recreation of entire species at the genetic level, represent an irreversible threat to life on this planet. In...|
|7/10/2014 - Depending on whom you ask, so-called "free energy devices" are either a total hoax or a systematically suppressed technology that's being kept away from the public. There's a lot of interesting ground to cover on this subject of "over unity devices," but that's not the point of this article. Instead,...|
|4/16/2014 10:27:39 AM - A professor from South Carolina University who conducts medical research on plant genes is bringing forth new findings on RNA interference technology that have Monsanto squirming. Her research lines up with findings from Chinese researcher Dr. Chen-Yu Zhang, who has confirmed new dangers of RNA interference...|
|4/6/2014 - There's more to H2O than meets the eye. Life-threatening amounts of heavy metals like arsenic can go undetected in drinking water, ultimately destroying the health of entire communities. The most acute exposures are witnessed in countries like India and Bangladesh, where people show signs...|
|2/28/2014 - The future of renewable energy is upon us, as a team of researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology has reportedly come up with a new way to extract energy directly from crude biomass, at room temperature, that avoids the need for expensive and pollutive precious metals or other conventional...|
|2/22/2014 - In a bid to keep better track of the world's whale populations, conservationists have begun using satellite technology to monitor the hefty mammals.
According to Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, the high-tech satellites being used in the conservation effort are orbiting 480 miles above the earth....|
|2/8/2014 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new method for inspecting the large intestine, also known as a colonoscopy, a procedure so unpleasant, and arguably painful, that many skip it, despite its high recommendation for those over 50 years old.
While the new, less invasive method...|
|2/7/2014 - Technology is advancing at an alarming pace - perhaps faster now than at any time in our history - and the major technology companies are leading the charge.
One such firm is search and media giant Google, but the tech company isn't just interested in finding new and better ways to deliver ads and...|
|1/25/2014 - Eugenics is quickly becoming big business in China, where at least one genomics company is attempting to pave the way for parents to literally pick and choose the "best" embryos to obtain the smartest possible children. Quartz reports that the cognitive genomics (CG) division at the Shenzhen-based genomics...|
|1/8/2014 - It's already tough to get a decent job in the Obama economy, but increasingly, technology is making it even tougher.
That's because more and more functions of society are becoming automated - that is, machines are taking over duties that humans once performed.
This has been the case in manufacturing...|
|11/27/2013 - You may have heard that driving is a privilege, and in some ways it is, but being afforded guarantees contained within the Constitution is an expectation, not a "privilege" to be doled out by the ruling class. So anyone who says the government should "have the right" to track you in your car, everywhere...|
|9/10/2013 - Just when you thought that "man's best friend" couldn't get any better or any more loyal, here comes "science" with a better idea.
Scientists at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Auburn University in Alabama think that maybe you, as a dog owner, are tired of having your pet roll over, shake,...|
|9/3/2013 - In the intelligence world, there are a number of acronyms describing the kind of intel that spy agencies gather.
For example, there is "ELINT" - electronic intelligence - and "HUMINT" - human intelligence.
Now, some analysts at the National Security Agency have invented a new one: "LOVEINT."
|8/9/2013 - The viability of in vitro fertilization (IVF) as an effective way to become pregnant is on the upswing, thanks to a recent discovery out of the U.K. New technology that prescreens embryos for genetic defects before implanting them has the potential to boost IVF success rates by as much as 50 percent...|
|8/5/2013 - As I've said often enough, technology has become a double-edged sword, improving our daily lives and making us healthier and safer while at the same time being utilized by our unscrupulous government to shred our privacy and destroy the Fourth Amendment.
Problem is, those kinds of privacy breaches...|
|8/2/2013 - A team of scientists at the University of Colorado, Boulder, have achieved what appears to be the "holy grail" of water splitting technology for the production and storage of clean, abundant energy. Because sunlight is free, I'm calling this "free energy."
To understand this breakthrough, it's important...|
|7/21/2013 - European scientists have come up with a new technology that is allegedly better able to detect the presence of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) in food, animal feed and seeds. As published in the open-access journal PLoS ONE, a new study out of Slovenia explains how the new technology, known as...|
|7/1/2013 - What a surprise! Among this year's winners of the international World Food Prize, which claims to recognize the achievements of individuals who have "advanced human development," is none other than a Monsanto executive. The World Food Prize, which is heavily funded by the biotechnology industry, has...|
|4/30/2013 - Showing no signs of slowing down, Monsanto announced expansion of its Chesterfield Village Research Center in St. Louis by 400,000 square feet. On the same day, April 24th, a bipartisan bill was introduced to Congress requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods. It seems nothing can stop the...|
|3/21/2013 - In physics, there is an axiom that goes something like this: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. The same principle can be applied to virtually every other aspect of life, including issues dealing with freedom and liberty.
As more and more Americans become concerned about the...|
|2/13/2013 - Gun banners in Washington aren't satisfied with preventing you from taking full advantage of your Second Amendment rights regarding firearms and associated accessories that are already obtainable: They also want to ban future guns and gun gear as well.
Take a recent proposal by U.S. Rep. Steve Israel,...|
|11/1/2012 - The true cost of fossil fuel reaches far beyond what is paid at the gas pump -- the expense of waging war to protect oil interests, governmental corruption, global warming and environmental destruction all are part of the equation. And don't forget about the health consequences as well. Fortunately,...|
|10/3/2012 - The Monsanto company has forged a new partnership with Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company whose primary focus seems to be on figuring out how to best crack the genetic code so as to manipulate the way genes inherently express themselves. And based on the agreement the two companies...|
|9/23/2012 - By now, nearly all informed people recognize that Monsanto is widely regarded as the most evil corporation on our planet. But what, exactly, makes Monsanto so evil? Why is Monsanto worse than a pharmaceutical company, a pesticide company or even a weapons manufacturer?
The answer to this question...|
|7/24/2012 - Nanoparticle technology has been in popular use by skincare and cosmetics companies now for roughly a decade. The process takes normal sized, visibly detectable particles of materials like mica and other common ingredients and turns them so small they are invisible to the naked eye.
What would be...|
|7/12/2012 - Within the next two years, a spooky, powerful and invisible new technology will be deployed by the U.S. government that can instantly scan and identify every molecule on your body or person: the cocaine residue on your dollar bills, prescription drugs in your purse, marijuana in your pocket and even...|
|6/27/2012 - What does it say when an agency is so afraid of what its own employees might say, that it is willing to invest in technology to spy on them to prevent (or, at a minimum, identify) whistleblowers? In this day and age, the Leviathan seems unwilling to stop at anything to protect its growing police state.
|6/23/2012 - Have you ever been "tagged" by someone - a friend, a co-worker, or perhaps someone you don't really know that well but who may be a friend of a friend - on Facebook? You may want to rethink that whole concept, thanks to a little purchase the social media giant made recently.
Facebook has purchased...|
|5/21/2012 - Identifying the presence of genetically-modified (GM) contaminants in food and food crops could soon become a whole lot easier and more accurate. Researchers from Lumora, a molecular diagnostics specialist company originating out of Cambridge University, have developed a unique method of illuminating...|
|5/14/2012 - Biotechnology has made its way to "the happiest place on earth," with an exhibit at Walt Disney World's EPCOT (Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow) theme park now featuring genetically-modified (GM) fruits and vegetables, some of which are shaped like Mickey Mouse's head. According to several...|
|4/9/2012 - Smartphones just keep getting smarter as more and more apps are developed, and now, they may soon be able to detect radiation in food.
Tech firm Universal Detection Technology (UDT), in collaboration with Honeywell International, one of the nation's larger defense contractors, is working to develop...|
|3/31/2012 - Despite being labeled as conspiracy nuts, the prediction from a few voices in the wilderness that Google was planning to use the ambient background noise of a person's environment to direct targeted advertising to them through technology has come to pass.
According to Infowars.com, which warned readers...|
|3/20/2012 - You may not know it, but all of the solar activity that is occurring now and likely to occur throughout 2012 could eventually have an impact on your overall health.
According to scientists, http://news.discovery.com earlier this month hurled radiation towards earth at speeds of 6 million miles per...|
|3/5/2012 - The hacker community has risen to the challenge of targeting the single most evil corporation in the world -- a corporation responsible for countless crimes against humanity and the attempted overthrow of global agriculture. That firm, of course, is Monsanto, which was voted the "Most Evil Corporation...|
|2/27/2012 - This is an open letter to the community of programmers, white-hat hackers and all those who wish to be part of an information revolution that may play a significant role in the future of freedom and liberty.
As you well know, the internet is under attack. The corrupt, criminal governments and corporations...|
|2/2/2012 - When you buy Microsoft products, you are now promoting the pharmaceutical industry and its global vaccine agenda. That's the new reality in which we live, where the world's largest software company is "in bed" with the world's largest vaccine pusher.
How so? In 2009, Microsoft purchased a key piece...|
|2/1/2012 - Mass vaccination is apparently not the only depopulation strategy being employed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as new research funded by the organization has developed a way to deliberately destroy sperm using ultrasound technology. BBC News reports that the Gates Foundation awarded a grant...|
|11/3/2011 - Can you imagine your electricity bill being ZERO? Thanks to sun energy and better technology - it's easier than you think. The NaturalNews Talk Hour presents Solar Power - Getting Off the Grid with our special guest Chris Anderson, Chief Technical Officer of one of the largest solar electric companies...|
|9/19/2011 - Did you know that technology can seriously damage your health? Tragically most people still don't get it. The World Health Organisation (W.H.O.) states very clearly that there are serious health risks from current exposure levels to electronic fields coming from wi-fi, laptops, mobile phones and ipads....|
|8/10/2011 - Would you like to learn about a scientifically-proven way to kill disease organisms without harmful side effects? This technology is here! But, government-run health agencies and the conventional medical community do NOT want you to hear about this life-saving information.
The NaturalNews Talk Hour...|
|6/15/2011 - A consumer version of the air purification technology used in hospitals, governmental agencies and other high-traffic buildings is now available to home and small-business owners.
Unlike many air purification systems that filter the air, the Guardian Air REME+ air purifier generates Ionized Hydro-Peroxides...|
|6/3/2011 - As a company, Apple has become a household name in such a way that one would be hard-pressed to find many people in the Western world who aren't at least somewhat familiar with the words "ipod" and "iphone". However, what you might not know is that Apple has found a place at the bottom of a list compiled...|
|3/8/2011 - The cancer industry is in the process of rolling out its latest tool of detection which is meant to improve current mammogram technology by offering three dimensional (3-D) imaging of breasts. Now with FDA approval, the first x-ray device of its kind meant to be used for cancer screening purposes has...|
|1/26/2011 - In the not-so-distant future, instead of buying manufactured food items at the store, you may instead just "print" them right in your own kitchen. The technology is called "food fabrication," and it allows you to fabricate foods right in your own kitchen, layer by layer, in much the same way an inkjet...|
|10/22/2010 - A U.K. company has developed a technology that it says will help deter thieves from robbing local businesses. SelectaDNA Spray, as it is called, coats robbers with an invisible DNA mist that cannot be washed off and remains present on skin and hair for weeks, allowing authorities to better link culprits...|
|9/28/2010 - Is it really possible for a simple, safe laser beam to detect the early signs of diseases like tooth decay, osteoporosis and even cancer, eliminating the need to use other more invasive technologies? According to researchers, the answer is yes. Such technology already exists, it works and it could become...|
|8/15/2010 - Researchers have come up with a solution to the problem of plastic outgasing -- or the toxic release of plastic chemicals into food and the environment. The new technology prevents chemical leeching from certain plastics by stopping polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a commonly used plastic chemical, from migrating...|
|8/15/2010 - Research presented at SLEEP 2010, the 24th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, has revealed that children who use technology late at night are more prone to develop cognitive problems than children who have regular sleeping patterns that do not involve staying up late on their...|
|7/30/2010 - At a biotech industry conference in January 1999, a representative from Arthur Anderson, LLP explained how they had helped Monsanto design their strategic plan. First, his team asked Monsanto executives what their ideal future looked like in 15 to 20 years. The executives described a world with 100...|
|1/11/2010 - In researching the biological effects of the millimeter wave scanners used for whole body imaging at airports, NaturalNews has learned that the energy emitted by the machines may damage human DNA.
Millimeter wave machines represent one of two primary technologies currently being used for the "digital...|
|11/10/2009 - Dr. Mehmet Oz is a huge promoter of vaccines. He's been on television reinforcing fear about H1N1 swine flu and telling everyone to get vaccinated. But what he didn't tell his viewing audience is that he holds 150,000 option shares in a vaccine company that could earn him millions of dollars in profits...|
|9/26/2009 - What if someone invented an electronic device that would destroy pathogens, bacteria, and even viruses with no toxic side effects? What if that same device could wipe out cancer by altering the cancer's cellular environment or by killing cancer viruses with an electronic or ultra sonic beam? That was...|
|8/8/2009 - Two weeks ago when Amazon.com remotely deleted copies of books that customers had purchased for their Kindle devices, it was a wake-up call for many consumer. "Huh? They can delete stuff I already bought?" Welcome to the world of DRM technology.
DRM is a "Big Brother" technology that allows content...|
|6/2/2009 - Should you be consuming canola oil? The FDA seems to think so, allowing canola labels to claim it supports heart health and reduces the risk of coronary heart disease. Even Whole Foods Markets is on board with canola oil, and most foods on their hot bar are swimming in it. Proponents point out that...|
|4/24/2009 - As the editor of NaturalNews, I've long been a proponent of free energy technologies and research. I've written about the reality of cold fusion for more than ten years, braving the incessant whining of ignorant scientists who said it was all a hoax, year after year, right up until the U.S. Navy recently...|
|2/13/2009 - Why have the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries chosen to experiment with the first ever, large scale application of a new, unproven, genetically modified, inter-species gene mixing vaccine technology on the female youth of an entire generation?
Under the ruse of attempting to eradicate...|
|2/11/2009 - Conventional medical doctors around the world (and the drug companies that support them) want all children to be vaccinated against measles, mumps, HPV, chicken pox and literally over a hundred other diseases. Bill Gates even supports the effort to "eradicate" disease from our planet by vaccinating...|
|8/1/2008 - Researchers at the Stanford University Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a technique for making lithium ion batteries that hold ten times more charge than current models. This could extend the driving time of electric cars and the life of mobile devices such as cell phones,...|
|6/12/2008 - You have everything you need to keep you informed. Technology provides you with answers to almost any question instantly. If you need reminders, you can program devices to prompt you to remember your appointments and to-do list. Yet, you keep forgetting things. Right now you may not be sure where you...|
|5/20/2008 - Google Health was launched with much fanfare this week, positioned by Google, Inc. as a technological solution to the rather embarrassing problem of an advanced nation still running on medical records that seem to be stuck in 1970's-era technology. The Google Health service promises to give users a...|
|4/20/2008 - For decades, battery storage technology has been a heavy weight on the back of scientific innovation. From cell phones to electric vehicles, our technological capabilities always seem to be several steps ahead of our ability to power them. Several promising new technologies are currently under development...|
|7/24/2007 - One of the best things about the internet is free speech. I've exercised my free speech rights quite deliberately here on NaturalNews, and for the last year, I've been working with a development team to launch a free speech video technology that would enable any webmaster to instantly transform their...|
|6/13/2007 - If you're searching for high-end NiMH battery chargers, you'll find the number of contending products is few. Only two consumer-level battery chargers are competing for the top slot: the La Crosse Technology BC-900 AlphaPower Battery Charger and the Powerex MH-C9000 WizardOne battery charger. For this...|
|5/10/2007 - The launch of our new LED lights from EcoLEDs (www.EcoLEDs.com) is already proven to be a huge success. Thank you to all the customers who have purchased our new LED light bulbs from BetterLifeGoods (www.BetterLifeGoods.com). In the first 24 hours, the sales of these lights greatly exceeded our expectations.
|5/9/2007 - I'm passionate about solving problems and doing my part to make our world a better place. My passions focus on areas that include disease prevention through nutrition, green living, renewable energy, consumer safety, animal welfare and more. For the past four years, my efforts have focused primarily...|
|3/4/2007 - Let the sun's energy heat your water: It's an idea that's been around for generations and may be making a comeback in the coming years in the face of rising natural gas prices, predicted experts.
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|2/12/2007 - A new technology that scans the brain to read people's minds, giving details of what actions a person is thinking about, makes some critics wonder if neuroscience has gone too far.
The prescient technology raises ethical questions whether it can be used to eavesdrop on people's thoughts, or incriminate...|
|2/6/2007 - Despite the spread of increased internet availability, e-commerce, and a whole system of global communication made available by the internet, many doctors seem reluctant to offer online services to their patients.
A study conducted in 2005 by Harris interactive for the online edition of The Wall...|
|1/30/2007 - A turnaround in Silicon Valley is happening, and the product is green technology.
Newfound venture capital investment in clean environment technology – spanning from alternative energy such as solar panels and hybrid cars to new methods of solving environmental problems through the use of nanotechnology...|
|1/24/2007 - A new conversion technology takes organic items otherwise headed for the landfill and turns them into usable fuel.
The double-punch effect of this technology comes from the fact that it vaporizes organic material, releasing a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide, which can be synthesized to create...|
|1/8/2007 - Concerns about piracy have hampered consumers' ability to buy and burn to DVD digital versions of movies from the internet, but a new Hollywood-backed technology and licensing arrangement from Sonic Solutions Inc. could change that.
Sonic Solutions' Qflix ads a standard digital lock -- called a content...|
|12/7/2006 - A new federal screening system that takes x-rays of all passenger's bodies in an attempt to detect concealed explosives and other weapons is about to be made operational inside the Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona.
The x-ray technology -- dubbed "backscatter" -- has been around...|
|11/10/2006 - UCLA researchers from the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science announced earlier this week the development of new reverse osmosis (RO) technology that could boost the productivity of seawater desalination and wastewater reclamation.
Traditional RO desalination utilizes extremely...|
|10/30/2006 - Solar energy is one of the most promising renewable energy technologies, but one of the hurdles standing in the way of it replacing quickly dwindling fossil fuel supplies is the cost of implementation on a mass scale. California-based company Miasole has an answer to that question with its cheaper copper...|
|10/6/2006 - With five hybrid solar lighting systems already in place and another 20 scheduled to be installed in the next couple of months, the forecast is looking sunny for a technology developed at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Preliminary data from field units, which collect sunlight...|
|8/30/2006 - Studies have found that natural lighting is best for human beings, so the Tennessee-based company Sunlight Direct developed a way to bring that light to workers who are cramped in florescent-bulb-lit cubicles or windowless offices.
Sunlight Direct's hybrid solar lighting system collects light from...|
|7/28/2006 - It's time to reveal another interesting invention. It's a non-invasive disease detection system, and it can be built using technology that exists today. In fact, I'm amazed that no one has built it. This device, which I call a "disease sniffer," detects cancer and other diseases by simply sniffing the...|
|7/19/2006 - There's a lot of talk about anti-aging research today, but with all the promises of longevity and even immortality, almost no one has apparently considered the consequences of human beings living forever. The more you think about it, the scarier the idea becomes.
Think of the people who currently...|
|6/29/2006 - Astronauts aren't known to be arbiters of style, but their suits and accessories are having a stellar impact on the textile industry.
"The space program has, over the years, provided a catalyst for a lot of the progress we are seeing today in textiles," said David Raitt, technology transfer...|
|6/29/2006 - A group of researchers at the University of Alberta in Edmonton have filed a patent for a low-intensity pulsed ultrasound tool that can re-grow teeth and bones.
The device is smaller than a pea, and massages gums and stimulates tooth growth from the jaw when placed in the mouth. According to Jie...|
|2/15/2006 - I've been reading news reports about how technology is advancing so rapidly that by the year 2050, we're supposed to be able to download our entire consciousness into our laptop computers. That right, just plug in your brain, and apparently you can download your memories and all the data in your head.
|1/12/2006 - Here's the latest science news that's worth noting:
My clone did it
Our faith in science is now restored! It turns out that Korean stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk actually didn't fake his research. His clone did. "The fact that my clone faked this research on stem cells," explained Mr. Hwang,...|
|5/22/2005 - In this article, we'll take a closer look at some of the more interesting products and issues we're uncovering these days. There’s a product that I highly recommend for those that want a nutritious food bar made with real food, and not a bunch of processed or manufactured ingredients. It's called LaraBar,...|
|11/10/2004 - Biomimetics is a fascinating -- and fast-emerging -- field of research. Simply stated, it's the science of looking for solutions that have been engineered by nature. Previous biomimetics efforts lead to the development of velcro, and now an entire expo called "Nature's Wisdom" is dedicated to showcasing...|
|8/6/2004 - Every once in a while, new technology emerges in the field of food manufacturing that offers the potential for a real breakthrough in the delivery of fresh, nutritious food products to consumers. Such is the case with a new edible food film that has been developed by researchers from the Oregon State...|
|8/6/2004 - NASA is developing new technology known as the wearable augmentable reality prototype, or WARP. It's a wearable personal computer very similar to the concept I have described in the report called The Ten Most Important Emerging Technologies For Humanity. These augmented reality wearable computers would...|
|8/3/2004 - Twenty years from now, when you're driving your fuel cell vehicle, you may be able to earn money by plugging it into your city's electrical grid when you're not driving. That's the promise of V2G technology, or vehicle-to-grid.
V2G technology takes advantage of the fact that gas/electric hybrid...|
|7/14/2004 - One of the greatest problems now facing humanity is the worrisome lack of quality education for each new generation. In industrialized nations, a quality education is attainable by very few people, and public schools -- especially in the United States -- suffer from a chronic lack of funding and education...|
|7/14/2004 - You probably noticed that nanotechnology isn't on the top 10 list. This is no oversight. Nanotech isn't on the list because nanotechnology has been so distorted by the popular press and researchers who add "nano" to their projects in order to get funding that, today, it essentially means "anything that's...|
|7/14/2004 - Vibrational medicine is a promising area of "technology" (it's difficult to call it that) that covers a variety of pioneering healing modalities now known to be far more powerful than drugs and surgery in improving the lives of patients. These modalities include:
Phototherapy: harnessing the healing...|
|7/14/2004 - There's no mistaking the significant influence of personal computers and the Internet on our modern way of life. Many of us have so quickly adapted to regular use of search engines and web surfing that it's difficult to imagine life without the Internet.
The Internet allow us to research products...|
|7/13/2004 - If you enjoy the thought of having a military robot running around your house, go buy a new Roomba. It uses the same technology found in the manufacturer's military robots that are right now helping the U.S. military function as more efficient killing machines in the Middle East. Althought I own an...|
|6/11/2004 11:50:24 AM - A researcher at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey has
created breakthrough new medical technology based on sound waves. The
use of sound for healing dates back thousands of years and is considered
a branch of vibrational medicine, but this new technology does something
|11/3/2003 7:38:22 PM - I chose this article because it offers a well grounded summary of the fundamental issues facing nanotechnology. As the article states, the requirement for social acceptance of each new technology isn't that the technology works, it's that the society believes in it.
Do people believe in nanotechnology?...|
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|11/3/2003 7:33:30 PM - This article is a good, quick read on a new technology by Xerox that promises to manufacture LCDs at a fraction of today's price and cost. Simply put, the technology uses inkjet printers to "print" LCD circuits rather than etching them with far more expensive chemical processeses.|
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