Improving technology is making electrolysis a viable way to store excess renewable energy.
A senior UN official says battlefield robots that can kill without human
control are a 'small step' away and should be banned
As the acting cybersecurity chief of a federal agency, Timothy DeFoggi should have been well versed in the digital footprints users leave behind online when they visit web sites and download images. But DeFoggi—convicted today in Nebraska on three child porn charges including conspiracy to solicit and distribute child porn—must have believed his use of…
Khalifa Haftar, the Libyan general leading a nationwide anti-government alliance, has worn a multitude of hats throughout his long career.
Philadelphia law enforcement has transformed a once obscure legal process into a racket that treats Americans as little more than ATMs. Every year, the city collects almost $6 million in revenue from forfeiture.
"Florida Polytechnic University in Tampa has just opened, with over 300 students attending the first day of classes this week.
The newly-built campus has a gorgeous library building, but no plans to stock it with books. Instead, it will be the nation's
first all-digital college library. But it gets weirder than that"...
Although touted as zero-emissions vehicles, most fuel cell vehicle run on hydrogen made from natural gas. Now scientists have developed a low-cost, emissions-free device that uses an ordinary AAA battery to produce hydrogen by water electrolysis. Unlike other water splitters that use precious-metal catalysts, the electrodes in this device are made of inexpensive and abundant nickel and iron."
Last night over the Pacific Ocean, somewhere South of the Russian peninsula Kamchatka I experienced the creepiest thing so far in my flying career.