iSDaily Wednesday – January 3rd, 2018 – Episode 008

First They Pump Their Gas, Next Thing You Know…ANARCHY!

First They Pump Their Gas, Next Thing You Know…ANARCHY!


On NewsFire, we review the insane reaction of Oregonians given the freedom to pump their own gas.
On Skynetter, redesigning DNA is cool, trust us.  What could go wrong?
On Liberty Tech, tiny power gets even tinier thanks to atom-thin materials.

Oregonians Fear the Choice to Pump Their Own Gas

Scientists Developing Custom DNA That Expands Letters from 4 to 6, and Beyond

3D Printed Electronics About to Get Even Smaller

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