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Worlds Largest Indoor Farming Growing Organic Leafy Greens Without Sunlight or Soil
Science & Tech  (tags: indoor agriculture, Newark, NJ, David Rosenberg, organic leafy greens, no pesticides, no herbicides, no fungicides, no GMOs )

Dandelion
- 3 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
We grow without pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or GMOs we just give the plant what it wants at the root structure Rosenberg said. They do not need nutrients at the leaves, so there is nothing to wash off. This could be part of the future of farming.
The Civil Rights Issue of Our Time
Science & Tech  (tags: wireless, hard wired, cost pricing, cable, high speed, dial up, internet, opportunities, poverty, wealthy )

Dandelion
- 11 days ago - publicintegrity.org
If wealthy people have better access, they are going to have more opportunities, which will increase their potential for wealth. While if you are in poverty and you have reduced access, you are going to basically fall further behind.
Straddling Bus   video
Science & Tech  (tags: straddling bus, bus, transportation, future )

Dandelion
- 30 days ago - youtube.com
Youzhou Song, bus designer, presents a giant bus that drive over cars in order to relieve urban traffic congestion.
Solar Impulse 2 Lands in California After Pacific Flight
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, energy, interesting, news, NewTechnology, science, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 36 days ago - edition.cnn.com
An experimental plane flying around the world without a single drop of fuel landed in California after a two-and-a-half day flight across the Pacific. Piloted by Swiss explorer and psychiatrist Bertrand Piccard, Solar Impulse 2 touched down ...
Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others
Science & Tech  (tags: mice, laboratories, animals, humans, research, study )

Lone
- 44 days ago - slate.com
After 50 years of animal-welfare legislation, rats and mice are still left out in the cold.
Mass Extinction Is Closer Than You Know   video
Science & Tech  (tags: mass extinction, earth, scientists, studies, fossil fuels, dinosaurs, climate change, climate disruption, dangerous direction, 66 million years ago )

Dandelion
- 50 days ago - youtube.com
What we are doing to the Earth has no parallel in 66 million years. Two new scientific papers say that it is happening a lot faster and in a more dangerous direction than scientists were even considering as a worst case scenario just a few years ago.
Can a Bottle Made From Algae End the World's Plastic Addiction?
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, environment, humans, interesting, investigation, NewTechnology, society, technology, world )

Frans
- 50 days ago - takepart.com
It started as a homework assignment for a college class, but the biodegradable, algae-based container 32-year-old product design student Ari Jónsson ended up creating has the potential to shake up the plastic water bottle industry....
Three Months of Privately Mourning David Bowie in Public
Science & Tech  (tags: David Bowie, tributes, music, Lorde, Paul Cantelon, Karen Elson, Michael Stipe, Carnegie Hall )

Dandelion
- 55 days ago - pitchfork.com
I filed this under science for the spaceman. For the Bowie fans you will enjoy this article along with two videos there are a lot of links to bring you to more places of interest. Take a stroll get lost and enjoy. You might even meet Major Tom.
WorldâEUR(TM)s First Robotic Vegetable Factory Opening in Japan in 2017
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, environment, interesting, NewTechnology, research, scientists, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 59 days ago - industrytap.com
Japan shocked the world when it recently staffed a hotel with robots. Now Japan is preparing to open the worldâEUR(TM)s first fully automated vegetable farm. These developments, in quick succession ...
Cactus Guts Could Rid Drinking Water of Toxins
Science & Tech  (tags: prickly pear, cactus, Norma Alcantar, Mexico, indigenous, sediment, toxins in water, grandmother )

Dandelion
- 71 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
Researcher Norma Alcantars grandmother used prickly pear cactus to remove sediment from river water she had collected for drinking when growing up in early 1900s rural Mexico. Scientist discover once more what indigenous already knew.
 
 
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