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Feb 25, 2020

Wuhan residents shout from windows in solidarity

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Residents in Wuhan, China are shouting encouragement and singing songs from their apartment windows to boost morale amidst the coronavirus quarantine.

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Feb 25, 2020

High-tech hemp homes: The 3D-printed green building revolution

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, habitats

A Perth company has revealed plans to roll out high-tech 3D-printed hemp homes, promising to transform residential building as we know it.

Feb 21, 2020

Home: Apparently people are cool with lumber as an industry, as opposed to lumber as a carbon collector

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, habitats, sustainability

Choice is the one thing our creators gave us. Me, personally I prefer hemp, and not just because I smoke the female version for medicinal reasons, but because scientifically it makes sense, and can help unscrew #AmericanFarmers…Yes we need more forests, not less. However, we don’t need to use trees, when we have hemp. Pembient can 3D Print ivory, thus making animal Ivory obsolete, yet people still kill for Ivory. We can make wood products from hemp, yet we still fell trees. #HowDumbAreWe


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Feb 16, 2020

Step aside Alexa & Google Home, Panasonic joins the smart home race with ‘MirAIe’

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MirAIe can work in perfect harmony with Google Home and Amazon Alexa.

Feb 13, 2020

The Rise of Smart Camera Networks, and Why We Should Ban Them

Posted by in categories: business, habitats, privacy, robotics/AI, surveillance

Police are using cameras at private businesses and homes, along with AI, to expand their video surveillance — raising privacy concerns.

Feb 13, 2020

Could the Coronavirus make China Stronger than Ever? 10 Trends that Indicate it Will

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, economics, employment, habitats

Every crisis is an opportunity. With everyone staying home, this is the perfect opportunity for e-commerce, e-learning, online jobs, and big tech to expand. This is the beginning of a huge tech revolution. 2020 will be the techade (technology decade).


The virus is hitting China’s economy hard, but this is likely only temporary. China’s immune system is fighting back — building hospitals in record time, completely locking down a city and most importantly the entire nation uniting as one voice of support and solidarity.

Mario Cavolo called out the global response to the Coronavirus in his post “Something’s not right here folks” which originally went viral on LinkedIn and then subsequently all over Chinese social media. He compares the media response to Coronavirus with the H1N1 outbreak in the US, saying, “it’s not a conspiracy, it’s just a tragedy,” and “this vicious, political, xenophobic racist attacks and smearing of all things China needs to stop.”

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Feb 11, 2020

Chinese officials are only letting people leave their homes every 2 days and have forbidden weddings and funerals

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Chinese official house arrest their people under threat of coronavirus coronavirus-chinese-officials-lock-people-homes-ban-funerals-weddings-zhejiang.


In four cities that are home to more than 30 million people, each household is given a so-called passport. It permits one person to leave every two days.

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Feb 7, 2020

Life on board an O’neill Cylinder

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, habitats, space

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O’Neill Cylinders space stations are examples of large rotating habitats able to be constructed in space in which people and even a complex ecology might be transplanted. But what would it be like living in one and how would civilizations based inside them in the future tend to operate?

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Feb 3, 2020

Elon Musk is recruiting for Tesla: I ‘don’t care if you even graduated high school’

Posted by in categories: education, Elon Musk, habitats, robotics/AI

Elon Musk is recruiting for his AI team at Tesla, and he says education is “irrelevant.” The team members will report “directly” to Musk and “meet/email/text” with Musk “almost every day.” Musk will also throw a “super fun” party at his house with the Tesla artificial intelligence and autopilot teams.

Feb 3, 2020

Creating His Whole Apartment in VR

Posted by in categories: habitats, virtual reality

He made his whole apartment in VR! 🤯

Credit:: Greg Medison

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