Sci & Tech

Kenyan Teenager Ingeniously Coverts School’s Feces Into Clean, Safe Energy

Kenyan Teenager Ingeniously Coverts School’s Feces Into Clean, Safe Energy

It was in early January 2013 that Kenya’s oldest English-speaking school, the Maseno School, opened its dormitories to 720 students. The set-up had a few problems, however: pit latrines and a faulty sewage system inevitably left foul odors and polluted local freshwater sources, and the kitchen used firewood to fuel its ovens – unhealthy for […]

These Are The Top 12 Most Sustainable Buildings In The World!

These Are The Top 12 Most Sustainable Buildings In The World!

Green architecture is quickly becoming the accepted standard for houses and business buildings of the present and future. No longer is it acceptable to just subsist, now it is a necessity and a marker of the human race to merge all invented eco-technologies with green initiatives to create the most environmentally-friendly buildings possible. And this […]

This Urban Treehouse Uses 150 Trees To Protect Its Residents From Noise and Pollution

This Urban Treehouse Uses 150 Trees To Protect Its Residents From Noise and Pollution

Luciano Pia, a brilliant architect in Italy, has an inspired vision of how people and nature can successfully live together – even in a thoroughly urban landscape. 25 Verde, a lush apartment complex he designed in Turin, Italy, is a woven 5-story mix of trees and steel girders that allow urban residents to feel like […]

Portland Is Ingeniously Generating Hydropower From Its Waterpipes

Portland Is Ingeniously Generating Hydropower From Its Waterpipes

For those that live in Portland, Oregon, your lights may now be half-powered by your drinking water. Thanks to an ingenious new system which captures energy as water flows through the city’s pipes, hydropower (without the negative environmental effects from something like a dam) is possible. How does it work? Small turbines in the pipes […]

Fractal Patterns and Golden Ratio Pulses Discovered in the Stars

Fractal Patterns and Golden Ratio Pulses Discovered in the Stars

According to a recent article published in Scientific American, fractal patterns and the golden ratio have been discovered in outer space for the first time. Like many findings of late suggesting that existence flows in perfect order, the pulsations aren’t random: they fluctuate in accordance with the golden mean. The golden ratio is evidently perceived in nature […]

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