Dwight Streamfellow was a college junior when he bought a piece of cheap river-front land to start a homestead. He was a city boy (partly in Washington DC where his father was a Republican senator) so he planned to learn-by-doing on how raw land in t
Even as Biden and Trudeau announce food shortages, farmers are being paid to STOP farming. Chickens are now "illegal animals" in more municipalities, requiring a permit, "due to bird flu." The EU is culling livestock as they run out of animal feed, a
The main compost system used within the RED Gardens Project is also added to by many households in the community, with a single general rule about what type of material can be added. And the methods used to manage this large volume of material have
To test the new molecule the researchers turned to a special kind of engineered mouse model. Normal mice, the mainstay of lab research, unfortunately are not useful for most COVID-19 studies because they don't carry the same receptors that SARS-CoV
We've covered Australian company HB11's hydrogen-boron laser fusion innovations before in detail, but it's worth briefly summarizing what makes this company so different from the rest of the field. In order to smash atoms together hard enough to m
The archeological site of Pompeii is employing a pair of robots to help monitor the state of preservation of ancient structures, and to gather information underground where it's too dangerous or precarious for humans to go.
Without access to public power, how do Amish keep their food cold? Do they have refrigerators? It turns out Amish have a number of ways of cooling food - some quite simple, others relying on creativity & technology.
You've witnessed the decline of the American healthcare system and the constant attacks on American infrastructure and are extremely concerned about how non-stop money printing is going to impact your wallet.
On the valley floor beneath the dramatic sandstone cliffs of Bluff, Utah, emerging builders have spent over two decades erecting experimental homes with new materials like FlexCrete blocks: a Navajo Nation product created from the coal ash leftovers
This week on the New World Next Week: the digital ID grid rolls out in country after country; the dumbphone revolution sees people ditching their smartphones in growing numbers; and performers are dropping like flies as the Foo Pfizers drummer become
You have to grow food to stay alive post-collapse, but do you know how to grow a secret garden that will keep you alive in more ways than one? Here are 3 ways to grow food without catching anyone's attention.
Chicken chunnels are a great option for a gardener with chickens. Here's our setup, including the chicken coop, chicken run, and chicken tunnels around two sides of our large garden area. Chickens are great for weed control and pest control for our g
With the rising price of chicken feed and supply chain problems, preppers want to know: what did people use before commercial chicken feed? We've got some tips for keeping a healthy and productive flock.
For several decades surgeons have used sound waves to break up kidney stones in a method called extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). The method involves high intensity acoustic pulses and generally requires patients to be sedated or even ane
Joby Aviation has announced it's back in the air after crashing one of its two tilt-rotor eVTOL prototypes during testing in February. The company says it's continued making progress on multiple fronts of the labyrinthine task of FAA certification du
Scientists have found that an existing drug, already used in humans to treat alcohol use disorder, could help restore vision lost to conditions like age-related macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa.
There are now several companies making underwater scooters, so in order for one of the things to stand out, it really has to be special. The Subnado is claimed to fit that bill, as it's reportedly the world's smallest and lightest such device.