Monthly Archives: January 2019

Gadgets January 16, 2019 posted by

Relay – a modern walkie-talkie

Giving a young child a smartphone isn’t really a move that most parents are comfortable with but we still want children to be able to communicate with us when they’re out and about. To that end, check out Relay, the cute walkie-talkie like device that makes it easy for kids to stay connected without a screen.

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Relay – a modern walkie-talkie
hmm..interesting January 14, 2019 posted by

Off Shore Fish Farms – new research shows this may be a viable food source in the future

We eat a lot of seafood. We, as humans of the Earth. It’s one of the world’s major sources of proteins and people seem to love it. But there are only so many fish in the sea, in a very real sense, and we can’t just keep fishing as we have been. New studies in fish farming have shown that it is a feasible option to ensure a steady food source.

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Off Shore Fish Farms – new research shows this may be a viable food source in the future
hmm..interesting January 10, 2019 posted by

Right To Repair – fix up don’t throw out

Modern technology has one major drawback compared to the tech of yesteryear. Unfortunately, you can’t fix anything on your own. It used to be when something broke down, you could fix it yourself or take it to a local repair place. That time is over but right to repair laws wants to bring it back and that could be great news for the environment.

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Right To Repair – fix up don’t throw out
Eco Friendly January 10, 2019 posted by

Carbon Powder Traps Emissions – this powder can capture emissions before they hit the atmosphere

Turning back the clock on climate change is a battle fought on many fronts. While we’re switching over to sustainable energy sources, there still needs to be done with the emissions that being poured into our air now. One researcher has developed a powder that can capture emissions keeping them out of the air and shows some promise.

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Carbon Powder Traps Emissions – this powder can capture emissions before they hit the atmosphere