NASA Tests Joby Aviation’s Air Taxi

Joby Aviation, the venture-based aerospace company, is developing an all-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. Powered by six electric motors, this aircraft was designed to be as quiet as possible, with the intent that it will blend in with city life without disturbing residents. The rotors can adjust their tilt, rotation speed, and blade…

Egyptian Scientists Link Fossil to Four-Legged Whale?

Egyptian scientists discovered a fossil that dates back 43 million years and linked it to a new species of amphibious wale—an ancient four-legged whale. A team of researchers at the Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology Center (MUVPC) in Mansoura, Egypt, advised that a fossilized partial skeleton was found in the Fayum oasis, an area in the…

Kenyan Inventors Create Bio-Robotic Prosthetic Arm

Prosthetic limbs are very common for those who, unfortunately, have lost parts of their body. But what isn’t so common are bio-robotic parts that are controlled by the recipient. That is until recently. David Gathu and Moses Kinyua, two Kenyan inventors, have created the world’s first bio-robotic prosthetic arm that’s operated by brain signals. According…

Dr. Fauci Funds Deadly Experiment on Dogs?

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) is being charged with funding experimental research on dogs that not only infected them with parasites but led to their deaths. According to a report by the White Coat Waste Project, Dr. Fauci spent $424,000 to commission a study where beagles were given experimental…

NASA is Hiring for Mars Simulation!

Are you interested in living in Space? What about Mars? If so, NASA is making this a reality by way of a space simulator. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is hiring crew members for their first one-year analog mission that will simulate life on Mars. To prepare for real-life challenges in future missions,…

Make Men Strong Again

I briefly touched on the importance of protecting masculinity in a previous post, and today will be the day that I unpack some things. Western culture has become so narcissistically effeminate and toxic towards men that manhood training programs for boys and adult males (unfortunately) are beginning to sprout. Many are blaming liberalism, feminism, and…

The DentalSlim vs. Obesity

Here in the West, weight loss and the remedies that accompany it is a culture within itself. From diet regimes to overpriced personal training services to social media influencers, losing weight has never been more trendy. But I came across an invention that’s taken this trend to another level: The DentalSlim. The DentalSlim is a…

Are AirPods Dangerous?

Since its debut in 2016, Apple’s AirPods has skyrocketed in popularity. Aside from the obvious convenience of being wireless, AirPods provide quality audio, tap and swipe features, extended battery life, and easier portability. But the ongoing debate about the dangers of wireless headphones still remains. According to Pitaka, wireless headphones are operated by Bluetooth. Bluetooth…

Recycling Robots?

Due to the growing landfill issue and their inadequate recycling methods, particularly with soft plastics that can easily get entangled in waste separation machinery, new recycling measures are currently being developed: robotics. According to Phys.org, researchers from the Centre for Internet of Things (IoT) and Telecommunications at the University of Sydney are creating an automatic…

Egypt’s COVID-19 Robot

To limit the spread of the coronavirus in Tanta, Egypt, Mechatronics engineer Mahmoud el-Koumi has created a remote-controlled robot that will assist physicians in testing patients for the virus. Named Cira-03, by way of Africa News, this robot has a human-like face and head, and it carries out a variety of medical procedures: it takes…

What is Cryonics?

I’m sure most of you are familiar with the popular Batman villain Mr. Freeze—if not, you should reassess some things. Well, in the franchise, Mr. Freeze is a cryogenicist who put his terminally ill wife in suspended animation (a dormant state without death). According to New Scientist, this technique involves cooling a patient, who may…

Book Review

Greetings Folks, I just finished reading The Brain: The Story of You by David Eagleman, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Imagine you’re making a simple choice, standing in the frozen yogurt store, trying to decide between two flavors you like equally. Say these are mint and lemon. From the outside, it doesn’t look…