Super Bugs and antibiotics.

| January 16, 2017

If you are into that world ending apocalyptic stuff, a small article in The Telegraph on the 13th of January probably went unnoticed. For the some, it should scare the stuffing out of us.

The Pension Crisis – Part 2 – Why Now?

| August 19, 2016

Way in the corner, across the dimly lit floor, in a glassed in office was their new computer. It took a few moments to realise that each of the hundreds of holes in the sea of carpet, was a plug where a desk and a person had sat.

New asphalt could help immigration problems

| July 21, 2016

But there’s another interesting advantage that might appeal to all the non-Moslem nations:

Antibiotics – too much, too late.

| June 20, 2016

So the race is on. Can we develop a new antibiotic before the superbugs evolve, spread worldwide, and create the next plague?

Antibiotics – breeding superbugs

| June 7, 2016

Our modern farming techniques of cramming animals close together, combined with using only a few selective breeds, has created a ticking time bomb.

The future of consumer electronics.

| April 13, 2016

Since connectivity has been around for a while, has it raised many consumer issues?

What’s the dollar really worth – Part 5

| April 8, 2016

What’s the dollar really worth? . . . Not as much as our future and our planet.
We need to think wider than just the dollar, further into the future. If not we are looking at our own self induced extinction.

Fukushima 5 years later

| March 20, 2016

The problem is, the technology required to clean up hasn’t been invented yet . . . Specially designed robots attempted to investigate reactor one, wading through highly radioactive water that fried their circuitry long before they could get anywhere near the suspected target areas.

Polirortism – 4

| September 22, 2015

Does being ignorant mean while they run around within their own little affluent world assuring each other it’s all good and the economy is in control, they don’t have to feel so guilty stuffing their pockets?

Australia, Mining and Peak food.

| July 1, 2015

… the people at the lower socio-economic end of the population will starve, priced out of the market, even though they may live in a land where food is grown in abundance.