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Oct 5, 2020

Born Free Foundation’s Campaign to Keep Wildlife Wild!

Posted by in categories: education, habitats

Keeping Wildlife in the Wild.


Ira Pastor, ideaXme life sciences ambassador, interviews Will Travers OBE, President of the Born Free Foundation, Born Free USA and Species Survival Network.

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Oct 4, 2020

#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: Satellite Technologies Use To Monitor Climate Change and Manage Environmental Disasters

Posted by in categories: climatology, economics, existential risks, habitats, satellites, sustainability

The recent 2020 US West Coast wildfire has opened infernos, as it ravaged hundreds of homes and charred hundreds of neighborhoods. On September 10, 2020, CNN announced that the Creek Fire had taken more than 166,00 acres after destroying 360 structures in Central California, Amidst a state emergency, firefighters had to defeat the “beast” that turned the scenery to a similar fiction movies scene on a doomsday. Wildfire causes environmental disasters that were attributed by many scientists to climate change. The preparedness, detection, and management of wildfires and other environmental disasters, that affected the environment hinge on satellite technologies, essentially, the Remote Sensing of sea surfaces and land areas, and the civil space-based Earth Observation and its applications. Such space-based technologies are deployed to assess, monitor, and manage local, regional, and large-scale transboundary environmental issues that impact the societies, economies, and ecosystems. Thanks to its large areas’ data collection and high-frequency capabilities Earth Observation, in particular, has become a powerful tool to monitor the terrestrial environment and manage environmental disasters as it be addressed in this article.

Satellite technologies have been used to understand climate change better to find solutions to mitigate its deteriorating consequences, such as hurricanes, droughts, rising sea levels, melting polar ice caps, wildfire, and floods. Scientists relied upon various observation systems and satellite technologies, networks of weather balloons, buoys, and thermometer, to collect climate change’s evidence from the depths of the oceans to the top of Earth’s atmosphere. For instance, EO is relied upon to map the greenhouse gases. Earth Observation (EO) monitors the carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration, the second most abundant greenhouse gas component after water vapor, satellite monitored through water management, and weather forecast [1]. Public and private entities harnessed spectroscopy and satellites to monitor externalities data from various sources.

Oct 3, 2020

Amazon’s Drone That Flies Around Your Home and Records Everything Might Just Be Brilliant

Posted by in categories: business, drones, habitats

The new Ring Always Home Cam is a product that shows why trust is such an important asset for any business.

Oct 1, 2020

Revolutionary Universal Habitats for Earth and Space

Posted by in categories: climatology, habitats, holograms, space

This video shows how holographic storage works, using green light to write data as a persistent hologram inside an optical crystal. The data can then be read…How does holographic storage work?


See a home you can live in, make a living out, and grow most of your food in too, the ultimate bug-in or bug-out location — on Mars — here on Earth, or just about anywhere! That is why I call it my Universal Habitat. This is a very low ecological footprint home that can be beautiful, almost no energy cost to maintain, could be built affordably, and be resistant to many natural and man-made disasters such as tornadoes, fire, radiation, and worse. This is the ultimate self-sufficient bunker/fortress.

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Sep 30, 2020

Life On Venus — How Could It Have Gotten There?

Posted by in categories: alien life, habitats

Does phosphine and other signs indicate life in the clouds of Venus? If so how did it get there? Did life originate on Venus? Did Earth life originate on Venus? What is Panspermia?

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Sep 30, 2020

Cruise Crews and ISS News

Posted by in categories: entertainment, habitats, space travel

Cruise to cruise to crew the International Space Station (ISS) to film a movie in space! The latest on the leak being isolated (almost found), ISS debris dodging, Chinese challenge to ISS with their own ISS, and two crew launches to ISS and a cargo launch this month. Also see how the ISS commercial crew and cargo programs have played a strong role in spurring further space development and settlement to include SpaceX’s Starship program with ambitions to settle Mars!

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Sep 25, 2020

Ring Always Home Cam can fly around

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Amazon’s smart home webcam can fly around to guard your house.

Sep 21, 2020

A New Space Habitat Design Simulates Gravity

Posted by in categories: habitats, space

The idea is to make space livable for everyday folks rather than only specially-trained astronauts.

Sep 5, 2020

Giant 3D-printer builds a TWO-STORY house in one piece

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, habitats

We can print houses now. And windmills. And swimming pools.

Sep 4, 2020

This is Ikea 2.0

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Inside Ikea’s big bet on smart home tech via The Verge.

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