At the Hancock's from 8-10 am AZ TIME. Featured Speaker is Adam Kokesh (The FREEDOM! Line) Adam Contructed 8 large domes in less than 24Hrs with Ernie's Press for Ranch. Also Tim Picciott (CFP®, CRPC®; The Libertarian Advisor).
Construction of the first hemp house in WA has just been completed, sparking calls to build a local processing plant so local farmers can supply the building industry.
Masaki Ogasawara, Keisuke Tsukada and Erika Mikami are the masterminds behind this environmentally-friendly and functional design, combining straw bales with different materials to make a practical and almost entirely biodegradable single-story home.
The microscopic flip from opaque to transparent.
We all love graphene - the one-atom-thick sheets of carbon aren't just super flexible, harder than diamond, and stronger than steel, they've also recently become superconductors in their own right.
The first commercially-available 3D Concrete Printer will be available for purchase soon - www.totalkustom.com
Via a simple Tweet, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that a new Tesla Roadster is coming, but it's still "some years away."
Modern buildings with floor-to-ceiling windows give spectacular views, but they require a lot of energy to cool.
The Australian National University (ANU) has led an international project to make a diamond that's predicted to be harder than a jeweller's diamond and useful for cutting through ultra-solid materials on mining sites.
Despite advances in digital technology, the structural engineering syllabus has remained largely unchanged for close to a century.
Sometimes it would be useful, or even just cool, to be able to illuminate a whole wall.
Researchers have developed a new dry adhesive that not only bonds in extreme temperatures, it even gets stronger as the heat goes up.
One clever tool can turn a fiddly, annoying job into a breeze – and the Quadsaw is such a solution for cutting square or rectangular holes in plaster walls.
While the battle over the future of energy plays out in places like Standing Rock, where the Native Americans are fighting to protect their water sources from the environmental dangers associated with oil pipelines, Elon Musk was doing his part by un
Soft robotic components can be safer for humans to interact with, have an ability to grasp different kinds of objects and better handle rough environments, but more malleable parts have their downsides too.
In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, these geodesic domes are environmentally-friendly, less costly than traditional homes, and are nearly disaster proof!
A 9-m (29.5-ft) long fully functional slide is claimed to be the first made entirely out of single pieces of glass.
Waterjet cutting is a proven method for creating intricate and precise cuts with nearly any kind of material, although the machines are big and expensive.
A Colombian company, Conceptos Plasticos, has come up with a solution to the landfill problem by recycling plastic into LEGO-like building blocks that families can use to construct their homes.
While most people wouldn't think this type of material to be suitable for building a comfortable and safe abode, award-winning architects have discovered how to use it to produce remarkably sturdy and reliable shelters. Dutch design studio Fiction
We've seen some shovels with a few extra functions before, including the AceCamp Survival Multi-Tool Shovel, the Crovel and the K2 Rescue Shovel.
Researchers at Iowa State University have produced novel micro-sized particles filled with liquid metal that retains its liquid state at room temperature and are able to meld with each other.
With iron being one of the most abundant metals on Earth, its transformation into steel also makes it one of the most useful.
As I've mentioned in previous posts over the years, while I'm not the handiest or craftiest guy, I do make an effort to expand my DIY skills when I can.
We've heard plenty on the wonderful properties of graphene, but the supermaterial par excellence still hasn't found its way to commercial products because it is too delicate for real-world conditions.
Living someplace that gets snow in the winter may have its perks, but the ice-melting salt that's spread on the roads isn't one of them.
These colorful homes are bulletproof, fireproof, and can withstand earthquakes. They also maintain a comfortable temperature, produce zero carbon emissions, and are powered by solar and methane gas from recycled waste.
Researchers in Barcelona, Spain have found an innovative solution to the long-established emissions problem.
Most people might stop at fantasizing about life-size building blocks, but not Rosan. He created them. Rosan is the founder of EverBlock, a modular system of full-scale plastic blocks that, like Lego, stack atop each another and lock together with ra