Science & Tech

New DIY Electric Airplane Takes Flight

Via: Autopia Posted: 2010-12-07 The number of flying electric airplanes (and pilots) increased by one with the first flight of John Monnett’s Waiex in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The Waiex is one of several models of kit-built aircraft designed and produced by Monnett’s company, Sonex, and the electric version has been in development for several years. “Every first flight of a new …

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Better Place Electric Cars & Sustainability – SF Bay Area

Palo Alto, Calif. – (October 27, 2010) – Better Place, with support from the U.S. Department of Transportation via the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, today announced a commitment to bring a switchable battery, electric taxi program to the Bay Area in partnership with the cities of San Francisco and San Jose to further cement the region’s position as the “EV Capital of the U.S.”

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The Schwarzschild Proton Paper at the American Institute of Physics!

The Resonance Project and Nassim Haramein are pleased to announce that Haramein’s latest paper, The Schwarzschild Proton, has passed peer review – Hooray! – and is now published at the American Institute of Physics. The link on their site is here, http://scitation.aip.org/proceedings/confproceed/1303.jsp, where you may click on the right hand corner to see the table of contents PDF of the …

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This is how the family grows…

In order for us to have this wave of global unity that we envision at Teknomadics.com, in order for us to have a truly world-wide web of connection, access to this web must be available to even the most remote of our brothers & sisters across the globe. Good news comes today: we are getting closer. I have been surprised …

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CouchSurfing: making the world smaller…one couch at a time

Personally, for us here at Teknomadics.com, CouchSurfing brought us together and opened the doors to our current lifestyle. This online community is a prime example of grassroots-turned-wildflower hospitality resulting in millions of mutually beneficial relationships. As CouchSurfers, when we show up in a new city, we have instant friends expecting us, bringing us into their daily lives. They will take us …

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The Whole World Sleeps On My Couch

the Couchsurfing San Diego City Ambassadors By Rosa Jurjevics | Published Wednesday, May 6, 2009 – San Diego Reader “Don’t,” says my stepmother. “I wouldn’t do that, if I were you.” Her voice is tinny through the speakers of my cell phone. “Why not?” I ask. She pauses, considering. “The whole thing just sounds…dangerous,” she says. “I mean, staying in strangers’ …

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