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10 Dec, 2015

New Invention Can Plug Bullet Wounds in 20 Seconds

   Imagine a way to stop severe gunshot wounds from bleeding in the blink of an eye.  Well, this method exists with Xstat.  What Xstat does is inject fast sealing, absorbable sponges into a gunshot wound to seal the hole while a patient is being transported to the hospital; pretty smart right?  Not only does Xstat exist, but it just...

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08 Dec, 2015

Earthships: Sustainable Homes Made of Garbage

  "I'll use anything to make buildings, to show people they don't need infrastructure"  This radical creator, Michael Reynolds, believes in making homes completely out of used materials/garbage in order to take steps towards sustainable living.  The main building material for these Earthship homes are used car tires and bottles.  These Earthships take power from the sun, wind, and water in...

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18 Nov, 2015

New Jersey School Allows Student to Consume Cannabis Oil During Lunch Period

      Cannabis oil is extracted from the Cannabis plant and can be used medically to help with many conditions.  Some of these conditions include epilepsy, anxiety, ADD, inflammation, and pain in general.  Although CBD (Cannabidial) oil is legal in about 15 states, schools have not adopted it yet, until recently.  One school in New Jersey (The Larc School in...

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13 Nov, 2015

Pairing Abandoned Dogs with Inmates

 Prisons usually get a bad rep for how they treat inmates and the lack of programs that are provided.  One Atlanta prison, however, has introduced a canine program that allows inmates to train and bond with abandoned dogs.  These dogs get a second chance at life and being adopted, while the inmates gain a chance to bond with man's best friend.  Check...

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09 Nov, 2015

How to Start Taking Risks

     The folks at Vegas Extreme Skydiving put together a short string of infographics on how and why you should take risks.  I don't fully agree with the imagery used (I'm never hopping over alligators or wrestling a cobra snake) but the message behind this is great. Check it out below. Original source:  http://www.vegasextremeskydiving.com/how-to-start-taking-risks-and-why-you-should-do-it/      

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03 Nov, 2015

Styrofoam Eating Worms Could Help Get Rid of Waste

   It's no secret that globally we aren't really that good at recycling; we produce tons upon tons of waste yearly.  We have gotten better at recycling with modern advancements, but we still have a long way to go.  Researchers have recently discovered that mealworms can eat nothing but styrofoam and stay sustained.  This is huge!  These worms could be...

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23 Oct, 2015

8 Ways You Can Reuse Plastic Bottles

1. Pooper Scooper Your old bleach and detergent bottles can easily scoop up some animal poop if cut right. 2. A Boat! OK this one may seem a bit far fetched, but with some time and a bunch of bottles you too can have your own plastic boar.   3. A broom Flatten out a 2 liter, make some small...

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16 Oct, 2015

Inventor of 5 Hour Energy is Giving Away His Fortune

   "Make a difference in other peoples lives not just talk about, Lets do stuff!" -Manoj Bhargava Watch this inspiring and motivating clip below about billionaire inventor Manoj Bhargava (inventor of 5 Hour Energy).  He has dedicated 99% of his fortune to inventing and implementing methods that will help the world. He is targeting water, energy, and health.  This "Billions...

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13 Oct, 2015

The Lie We Live

   Prepared to have your eyes opened, and your perception of reality tore apart right before your eyes; OK I might be exaggerating a bit, but the Freshtastical does a great job of removing the veil that covers our eyes with this video entitled The Lie We Live.  Yeah, some of the stuff in the video we may already know,...

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12 Oct, 2015

15 Year Old Inventor

      Here's a little motivation for your monday!  Meet Kelvin Doe the child prodigy and young inventor.  He uses small electrical parts from waste to put together functioning devices.  Oh yeah, did I mention that he's only 15 Years Old! Check his story out below.  

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05 Oct, 2015

Gi FlyBike: Foldable, Electric Bike

   Gi FlyBike introduces the first Electric Bike that folds in 1 second, thats right.. 1 second!  I had the opportunity of trying out an electric bike at Green Festival, and it was a pleasure riding it.  With an electric bike, you pedal just a little bit and the electric assistance gives the bike some strong acceleration, it really is...

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30 Sep, 2015

Futuristic Floating City

     French architect, Jacques Rougerie, has designed a huge floating city made to house 7000 people, but not just any people.  This city would house scientists, researchers, and students.  The purpose of the floating city, aptly called The city of Mériens, would be to allow easy access to the ocean for research purposes. Not only does the floating city look...

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