There are many other technologies, already developed, that can change the world. You can build them yourself, but you must take action, get in your garage and build them. These technologies need to be replicated and developed by freedom oriented peo
It was an exciting and productive summer for Philadelphia freedom lovers. We have an amazing, diverse group of freedom activists. This is a brief summary of some of our activities.
An idea is not necessarily good because it is old, or necessarily bad because it is new, buf if an old idea works, then the weight of the evidence is all in its favour.
American Ingenuity…How America’s garage inventions changed the world
Now a new study has come out claiming it has "proof" that HFCS is not to blame… but wouldn't you know it, the study's authors were funded by, or have links to, the corn industry.
The Constitution is an enabling document for big government. Much like the Wizard of Oz, the man behind the curtain is a fraud. In this case, for all the sanctimonious handwringing and the obsequious idolatry of the parchment, it sealed the fate of o
A free market is the best way known to raise standards of living. It doesn’t matter if we are analyzing state exports to Mexico or a national economy; the free market works much better than any other economic system.
Jobs are created by the private sector. It is a common misunderstanding to believe government spending creates jobs. It doesn’t. If it did, based on how much our government spends, we should be desperately begging immigrants to come to America to
According to establishment officials, the concept of the Sovereign Man philosophy is a direct threat to the authority of the State. Depending upon your perception of reality and the degree of legitimacy for government, given to the prevailing order,
The Republicans and Democrats of modern America—the red and blue faces of the state—have led us all down their yellow brick road of the welfare and warfare state. And now the curtain has been pulled back on the Great and Powerful Oz of Washington and
Researchers at University of Huntsville in Alabama say they are using "Dilithium Crystals" in a new fusion impulse engine that could cut the travel time to Mars down to as little as six weeks, not the six months it takes now.
A British nonprofit has a novel idea for getting kids interested in computer programming, a computer that fits in a pocket and costs less than the latest video game, it's called Raspberry Pi which is looks like a leftover scrap from electronics recy
After creating a free open source font to help benefit people with dyslexia, developer Abelardo Gonzalez was hit with a cease and desist letter from a fellow designer threatening a lawsuit. The letter was intended to end competition due to Gonzalez's
We've all gotten lost inside a massive supermarket before.
Ordinarily, electronics are made with silicon semiconductors that are rigid, opaque, and about half a millimeter thick. Thanks to research being carried out at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, however, that may be about to change.
Since the last flight of the Concorde, a turbo-jet powered supersonic passenger plane, in 2003, jet travel has been stubbornly stuck at the same subsonic speed.
Ten amazing projects built by teens.
Mosquitoes can be quite the pest, especially if you are prone to getting bug bites and having swollen red marks all over your legs and arms as a result.
Ever-tinier pixels mean ever-higher resolutions and a wider angle of view for the holographic systems of the future.
Since 2011, Goodyear has been working on self-regulating tires, and next year the company will begin testing its new self-inflating technology on commercial vehicles.
In 1998, a secret Army intelligence analysis suggested a new way to take out enemies: blast them with electromagnetic energy until their brains overload and they start to convulse. Amazingly, it was an idea inspired by a Pokemon episode.
Don Stookey knew he had botched the experiment.
... Details magazine had dubbed them “Another Kickstarter Success”, and they were closing in on the deadline. Then, 10 hours before the project was due to succeed, it vanished — replaced by a page that simply says, “Sorry, this project is no longer a
Approximately 90 percent of the world’s electricity is generated by heat energy.
MakerBot will open a 3-D printing shop on Sept. 20 in New York City. Inside, a new breed of machines prints out designs from the web. The hope: to make the hobby mainstream.
Timothy Prestero thought he'd designed the perfect incubator for newborns in the developing world -- but his team learned a hard lesson when it failed to go into production. A manifesto on the importance of designing for real-world use, rather than a
University patents often sit there on the shelf. One startup thinks crowdsourcing could revive them.
Startup Semprius will soon open a plant to produce is concentrated solar modules.
A bicycle made from cardboard that costs only $9 to $12 to build sounds unlikely. But, as surfaced on the blog Kottke, designer Izhar Gafni got it in his head to make just that. After 3 years of perfecting the design, he created the Alfa.
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