Don’t let the name fool you, it’s not neat, it’s outright hideous (subjectively so). The Neatball is made out of…..bugs…well…mealworms. Sure, there’s some other vegetable stuff in them, but really, we’re basically talking about balls of mashed up mealworms with a vegetable chaser. […]
The French are looking to bring Apple and Google to heel in an effort to protect their developers and startups. This isn’t protectionism though, it’s…wait…it’s protectionism. Here’s a little bit of an alleged explanation for this type of protectionism. […]
The Winklevoss twins, well-known for the millions they made as early investors in Bitcoin, are proposing that the marketplace voluntarily regulates itself, a move that is sure to meet with fake skepticism from the champions of the coercive enterprise, but which could help beat back the propaganda opportunities created anytime there is a major hack or fraud case in crypto. […]
This type of power cannot be tolerated by the powers that be, and this, as part of the EU’s “Fintech Action Plan,” (that is, it’s “Reign in Direct Democratic, Anonymous and Voluntary Financing Plan”) is a way to stop the small investors from coming together and having the same power as the wealthy, well-heeled, well-vested, well-controllable investors. […]
Goodyear has SERIOUSLY gone green with a new tire that is literally green, and that green isn’t paint, it’s moss.
That’s right. Goodyear recently unveiled tires that will grow living moss inside of them.
There’s a method to the seeming madness, however, and it has to do with generating electricity using the photosynthesis of plants, as well as converting CO2 to oxygen, reducing pollution. […]
The EU has looked down the barrel of the trade war gun pointed at them by the Trump administration and they have not blinked. Instead, they appear ready to fire back with a round of US-targeted tariffs of their own.
The trade war that wasn’t going to happen, because experts said it wouldn’t, appears ready to kick off in full force. […]