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Tesla batteries can end the private utilities' strangle hold

Something has to.

Elon Musk is now working on batteries that will serve the home solar market. This has the potential to make genuine off grid living available to a whole new class of households, possibly even tenants. 648 more words


More amazing 3D printing tech including replacement bones

Today’s msm featured a story about some nufty stoner who printed hisself a lego gun. And knuckle dusters. Because plastic is really good for breaking and embedding in your digits. 1,389 more words


Renew Energy's predictions for 2015

Reblogged from the year Australia’s energy market changes forever.

One: Battery prices will start their freefall sometime this year. Well, yes. That seems pretty obvious. Private show offs and Universities… 1,174 more words


Health funding crisis

The response to the health care funding crisis is pretty obvious, isn’t it?

We’re so poor that the only possible way to fund our new submarines… 447 more words


86%: Australia, this is your wake up call

Melissa Fleming is the head of communications for the UN’s High Commission of Refugees. Fleming is a believer in the stories of the people who have been displaced and continuously in her work on the field asks people about their lives, their stories. 816 more words

Asylum Seekers

We don't need a Federal ICAC

But we do need to store all your metadata for two years. Honest. Would we lie to you?


We're only storing the metadata

Which will be defined in the bill by the same genius that described “computer” so that it can include the entire Internet.

People have been targeted by drone bombings on the basis of their metadata. 67 more words