Posts Tagged ‘engineering’

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These methods are intended to be localized where methane leaks are occurring.



1. They hate the term “snake oil” which they apparently hear a lot. Good.

2. They use the buzzword “science” as a propaganda bludgeon, when what they actually mean is engineering/experimentation.

3. The new unholy grail is going to be microbes. They intend to modify microbes as pesticides and to become fertilizer, with unknown and industrial scale risks associated.

Beyond GMOs: A new era of biotechnology


A former GMO scientist has debunked the assumptions the GMO industry relies upon:

The whole paradigm of the genetic engineering technology is based on a misunderstanding. Every scientist now learns that any gene can give more than one protein and that inserting a gene anywhere in a plant eventually creates rogue proteins.

Thierry Vrain

GMO Myths and Truth
Eugenicists sit around joking about wiping out 25% of the world’s human population:


“Has anyone seen Contagion?  That’s the answer!  Go out and use genetic engineering to create a better virus.”

Dr. Charles Arntzen, head of The Biodesign Institute for Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, responded to a question pertaining to whether feeding the 8 billion people of the world was worth it, or whether population reduction should be pursued.”


Engineers Design, Test Taller, High-Strength Concrete Towers for Wind Turbines

“What we have shown is that this system can potentially be deployed to a 100-meter height for a 2.5 to 3 megawatt system,” Sritharan said.

Moving from 80- to 100-meter towers is important for wind energy producers.

Sritharan said wind conditions at 100 meters are steadier and less turbulent. Taller towers also allow for longer turbine blades. Studies indicate all of that can increase energy production by 15 percent.

DJ Focus From Sierra Leone

MIT program to find promising young prodigies and help them make a difference in their own communities.

Deepika Kurup Invents Water Purification System

‘America’s Top Young Scientist’