If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. If you’ve used Google Earth, then you know that it’s a large global map made out of high resolution satellite images. Well, now, you can spy on Iran’s Nuclear facilities using Google Earth. Comparing images taken aRead More

We’ve posted before about artificial muscle that is being developed to create superhuman strength. Now, military researchers, obsessed with creating a super warrior of the future, are looking to tongues. By routing signals through cameras mounted on the head, sonar, and other equipment through the tongue to the brain, theRead More

A new assault weapon has been designed that can essentially pass through a metal detector without anyone knowing. Under the X-Ray, the gun only shows up as a harmless metal rod; many thinking it only to be a curling iron. A Sheriff in Essex County found the gun in theRead More

Earlier, we covered the story of a new unmanned millitary terrain vehicle called “Crusher”: …a 6.5-ton, six-wheeled robotic vehicle designed to negotiate harsh terrain. Funded by the Army and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, “Crusher” is one of many robotic products being developed nationwide to cut the risk ofRead More

The Bush Administration is planning to develop a new, powerful laser weapon. The laser, which will be mounted on the ground, will be able to use beams of concentrated light to destroy objects in space; specifically enemy satellites. Nearly a decade ago, the Clinton administration tried something similar. They testedRead More

NASA’s always looking for ways to improve space flight. With news regarding the neptune-sized planets similar to ours, our imaginations begin to run wild. What if we could travel there? The planets are 41 light years away. That means, even if we could travel at the speed of light, itRead More

From weight loss to drug addictions, people are always looking for the “magic pill” that will fix all of their problems. Well, just recently, the Food and Drug Administration approved a brand new nicotine-free anti-smoking pill from Pfizer. The pill is one of the only two anti-smoking drugs that haveRead More

iRobot, a company known mostly for the Roomba and the Scooba cleaning robots, is thinking beyond simple domestic devices. They’re currently thinking about the future of robots. They have a lot of ideas and concepts which include military action, elder care, and companionship. Currently, the U.S. armed forces use iRobot’sRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Kristopher “Kasper” Flowers, a 30-year-old 18th Street gang member, works at a Tatoo shop in Hollywood. His site, “Kasper’s World”, is linked to the gang’s website. Photo courtesy of Washington Post. Apparently gangs are now online. That’sRead More

Obviously, there’s a lot of censorship in the media. There are things we’ll never see because certain people in very high positions see it fit that we never see them. That’s what a new post on SreedHara.com is all about. The post is titled, “Things you would not see onRead More

As many people already know, there’s a way to connect with our troops at war like there never was previously; and that’s the internet. Believe it or not, many troops have access to the internet and stay active as much as possible. Many write blogs but some even keep videoRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. There are a lot of major U.S. cities that are trying to get city-wide, low-cost wireless Internet (or, WiFi) completed within a few years. They’re all going about it in different ways as well. Philadelphia for instance,Read More

When it was first introduced, the $100 laptop appeared to be a great idea. The project, called One Laptop Per Child was designed by the U.S. government and would help to give developing nations a way to leap over technological barriers in order to become active members of the digitalRead More

Google, the company considered by some to be somewhat shady and unpredictable, is bashing the government on web privacy. Just earlier this week, privacy advocates and bloggers were outraged as AOL accidentally released identifiable data on 20 million keyword searches by users. Many were outraged by what AOL claims wasRead More

This is a strange video of school children in North Korea. Thousands of kids together make this huge display that from afar looks like a widescreen t.v. It’s just interesting to see what Koreans do to please their leader. They do this during a war game that the army putsRead More