Author: Nicholas Stehle

Hunting for Tunnels in Space-Time

By Nicholas Stehle November  17, 2015 You’ve probably seen it on television or in film, or read it in a fictional story: characters find a wormhole and use it to travel backwards or forwards through space or even time. Some scientists believe there might be an element of truth to that. According to physicist Eric Davis, “A traversable wormhole is a hyperspace tunnel, also called a throat, that connects together two remotely distant regions within our universe, or two different universes — if other universes exist — or two different periods in time, as in time travel, or different dimensions of space.” Davis...

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Radical New Car Technologies Are About to Change Your Life (and Our Power Grid)

by Nicholas Stehle and Rod Martin November 13, 2015 The attention-grabbing headline from Tech Crunch says it all: Elon Musk Says Tesla Cars Will Reach 620 Miles On A Single Charge “Within A Year Or Two,” Be Fully Autonomous In “Three Years” You read that correctly; by 2017 (at the latest), Musk expects his Tesla cars to reach 620 miles on a single charge. For comparison, top-end for current Teslas is about 280, the Nissan Leaf just 200. The average gasoline car manages 450, and doesn’t take 20 minutes (or more) to refuel. Electric Vehicles and Range So recharge...

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NASA Scientists Find Flowing Water on Mars

by Nicholas Stehle September 28, 2015  If you guessed that NASA’s big announcement about Mars would center around the discovery of liquid water, you were correct. Not only is there water on the surface of Mars, but it flows regularly during the summer months. It is not, perhaps, on as grand a scale as Percival Lowell once hoped. But it is a revolution nonetheless. “Liquid water runs down canyons and crater walls over the summer months on Mars, according to researchers who say the discovery raises the chances of being home to some form of life”, according to The Guardian. The...

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Hillary Clinton: Uber Must Be Destroyed

by Nicholas Stehle July 16, 2015 If Republicans are “backward” and “opposed to progress,” why is it that Hillary Clinton, like much of the left generally, is attacking Uber? From National Review: The ride-sharing service is synonymous with the new efficiency and convenience enabled by information technology, and is anathema to regulators and entrenched interests everywhere. Add to the list of its critics the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. Hillary Clinton didn’t mention Uber by name but warned about the disruption caused by it and other companies in the so-called sharing economy. Her husband wanted to build a bridge to the 21st century;...

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