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Nathan Eggers (Techno Tech Bloggie)
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I have an upcoming campaign on Indiegogo.
This campaign will be a revelation to many. 
Once underway, there is a great capacity to change the nature of our style of work in this country. I hope that you will participate!

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Adepts from Manufacturing Welcome
   Currently underway is a plan to help manufacturing workers that are displaced by the growth in automation. The first phase will involve an Indiegogo campaign to raise one million dollars. With this money I will start a small research and development faci...

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Microbes in the soil contribute to the health and well-being of the world! Spread the word, microbes are important to the delicate balance of nature, and help humanity to produce healthy and nutritious foods!

Does anyone have thoughts on waste-stream recapture? This is admittedly one of my favorite topics and I may have a lot to add. There has been a lot done on glass and plastics already, I'm more interested in the less explored options (i.e. feathers, metal slag, or food waste)

Any materials experimenters here?

Lately I've been interested in clay materials, like cob.

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Finished my "controversial rocket" article for my blog. I hope it intrigues.

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A Controversial Rocket
     When it comes to rockets, for years there has been no choice. Newton's third law of motion dictates that every reaction has an equal and opposite reaction. Conventional rockets utilize propellants to quickly expand and push the rocket up as the propell...

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Challenging Einstein's Legacy
The Argument    Currently, while we go about our daily activities unaware that our understanding of the world may be fundamentally challenged soon; physicists are arguing about the disagreement between the two fundamental theories of reality. (See "Relativi...

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Ceramic composites are the future. Although this article covers aerospace applications, I fully believe that lower cost ceramic composites can and will replace many conventional materials in most products given a long range outlook (possibly 50 years). Finding low cost ceramic binders (like sodium silicate) to combine with powdered materials, or low cost ceramic powders that can be cast with polymer binders, protein binders, or even clay plaster binders, will require personal dedication and creativity from people who may be outside the conventional materials fields (perhaps from within the Maker movement instead). I wait to see what comes next.

http://articles.sae.org/6112/

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Building connections between seemingly random things can improve your intelligence, creativity, and scientific understanding of the world.

https://blog.bufferapp.com/connections-in-the-brain-understanding-creativity-and-intelligenceconnections
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