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Beaker - An experimental P2P browser

on Dec 20, 2016

From the website: "Beaker is a Peer-to-Peer Web Browser, made for users to run applications independently of hosts. Using P2P Hypermedia, Beaker separates frontend apps from backend services, so that users are completely in control of their software and data."

I have not tried it yet, but the concepts of Beaker look quite similar to those of ZeroNet. Usability (as can be seen in the video) is a little higher than that of ZeroNet. I have not yet tested it, but it looks quite promising. It features the Dat Protocol which is built in and the IPFS protocol which has to have the IPFS demon running externally.

I'd really like to know the differences and similarities between this approach and ZeroNet. Feel free to discuss in the comments!

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Bloomberg: World Energy Hits a Turning Point: Solar That's Cheaper Than Wind

on Dec 16, 2016 ·
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Prices of photovoltaic have been dropping for a while and have now hit a key point where solar becomes cheaper than wind and coal.
Bloomberg reports.

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Quarz: Bill Gates and investors worth $170 billion are launching a fund to fight climate change through energy innovation

on Dec 12, 2016

Bill Gates and other investors are setting up a huge fund that invests in the commercialization of green energy technology. So it is not only about research, but on the contrary it is about the wide spread implementation of the solutions that have already been found. This is awesome!

The article title is a bit misleading though. The $170 billion figure is the net worth of the investors, not the fund. The fund volume is still a whopping $1 billion.

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Scientists Accidentally Discover Efficient Process to Turn CO2 Into Ethanol

on Nov 22, 2016

Scientist find an energy effective way to turn CO2 into Ethanol. If this is feasible it can be deployed in large scale to ease on global warming.

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Revolutionary steel treatment paves the way for radically lighter, stronger, cheaper cars

on Aug 17, 2016

A new treatment in steel processing creates harder, yet ductile new steel alloy, that allows for lighter construction of cars.
Cheaper too.

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non-toxic, thin-film solar cells

on May 02, 2016

Organic non silicone thin film solar cells have been in development for a loooong time and there have been numerous announcements over the past decades. It looks like the research ist finally getting somewhere.
UNSW announced a new type of cell with over 7% efficiency that can be produced on a lot of different carrier materials, including classical silicone cells.

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Scientists Grow Full-Sized, Beating Human Hearts From Stem Cells

on Mar 21, 2016

Scientists Grow Full-Sized, Beating Human Hearts From Stem Cells

So humanty is one step closer to grow organs that will not be rejected by the transplantee.

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Good News!

on Mar 12, 2016

We are flooded with bad new and this makes the future look bleak. But I am certain there are solutions to the upcoming challenges. I'll try to post good news in this blog. Feel free to add pointers to good stuff happening in the comments.

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