Believe it or not, these cement producers are “killing our planet”

Global propagandists love to blame cow farts for global warming.

But the truth is agriculture has little to do with it.

One of the biggest greenhouse emission producers is the cement industry. This is admitted by their trade association in this tweet:

This article goes deep into the weeds about the cement industry’s CO2 problems and its role in global warming and climate change…

Would we all be better off in a world without mosquitoes?

Most people LOVE when spring approaches.

Me – not so much. I am that guy who wears shorts when it is snowing out. Give me a windless 40-degree day with a strong winter sun and I am a happy camper.

The main reason I do not look forward to warm weather are the bugs… especially mosquitoes.

And that got me thinking, “What good are mosquitoes anyway?”

Continue reading “Would we all be better off in a world without mosquitoes?”

Google just passed the Turing test with Google Duplex – is this frightening to you?

A Turing test is a test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent (sentient) behavior equal to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human.

In simple speak, does a computer act like a human?

It appears Google Duplex just passed the Turing test.

Is this creepy, awesome or somewhere in between?

Here is proof Transhumanism is alive and well.

Marques Brownlee (a.k.a. MKBHD) nails the pros and cons of Google Duplex… watch this:

How to turn water into electricity in less than 10 minutes

The Dinorwig Power Station is the United Kingdom’s biggest pump-storage facility.

The plant uses simple science to generate backup power for the grid.

Water from its top lake rushes downhill via large tubes into massive turbines. This creates backup electricity for the grid. The hydroelectric power plant needs about 10 minutes of time to start the process to create backup power.

For every 3 units of electricity it generates, it uses 4 units to pump the water back up to the top of the mountain.

This power station was constructed deep inside the mountain Elidir Fawr… preserving the natural beauty of Snowdonia National Park.

This video shows us how falling water is converted into electricity: