Controlled nuclear fusion has been the dream of many a clean, seemingly-perpetual source of energy. However, starting the reaction requires an incredibly high temperature (the ignition temperature), and although we are already capable of doing this, a new superlaser outlined in the journal
Michael Overell is the CEO and co-founder of RecruitLoop, an online marketplace of independent recruiters giving companies a smarter way to hire. How to join the network You have to know the past to understand the present. Carl Sagan 2016 is a watershed moment for the recruitment industry.
Elevators, by any stretch of the imagination, are one of, if not the, safest mode of human transportation in a mechanical object. Really, when you stop and think about it, how many times have you taken an elevator? Probably hundreds of times, and if you work or live in a high rise building,
Human civilization has been on the Earth for a long time (and the Earth was around for even longer than that). So it would make sense that there are mysteries surrounding ancient civilizations… so much happened, yet we have documentation of what or why. Here are 12 mysterious and strange
TV dramas such as Black Mirror and Westworld might be scaring us with a dystopian vision of technology, but the real problem is that Facebook is too chirpy, fitness apps fuss over our food intake, and our browsers bombard us with targeted ads I love a television show that makes people talk, and
With its strong curves and Lotus-style doors, BMW’s first hybrid, plug-in electric vehicle, the i8, makes a striking first impression. Unveiled at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday, the two-seater features both an array of technology and eco-friendly accouterments that could make
Faster forms of spacecraft propulsion have been a dream for decades, but now one researcher thinks he hasa solid idea. Known as directed energy propulsion, it would involve firing a laser at a tiny spacecraft to speed it up to a significant fraction of the speed of light, potentially allowing