Why Haven't We Found Aliens? Because We're Just Not Looking Hard Enough. (page 2)

It’s no secret that the building sector is a resource-intensive industry, but La Mesa, California-based nonprofit Green New World believes that the future of construction can and should be greener, healthier and energy-producing. Green New World created the House of PeacE (also known as Project HOPE), an autonomous and regenerative residential housing model that champions carbon-free living. Combining biophilic design with renewable energy systems and natural materials, Green New World’s first carbon-negative residential prototype — dubbed HOPEone — is slated for completion by 2019.[...]

Why Haven't We Found Aliens? Because We're Just Not Looking Hard Enough.

We still have a long way to go in the search for intelligent aliens.

Thu 18 Oct 18 from SPACE.com

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'UFO spotted' in Asia? Bizarre lights seen over China baffle onlookers

Mysterious lights were spotted in China last week, leaving onlookers to wonder what they were and some even questioned if they were from another planet.

Mon 15 Oct 18 from FOXNews

ST Engineering wins $5.5 million Singapore contract to test smart lamp-posts

Singapore Technologies Engineering has won a S$7.5 million ($5.5 million) contract for the trial of a smart lamp-post project in Singapore, which includes fitting sensors and cameras to posts ...

Sat 13 Oct 18 from Reuters Technology

The Trillion Planet Survey is looking for alien laser beams

Rather than radio waves, could light beams hold the key to receiving an alien message?

Thu 18 Oct 18 from Astronomy.com

This sculptural home takes cues from the sloping Hollywood Hills landscape

Tucked inside a quiet and wooded site of Nichols Canyon is the Hollywood Hills House, a sculptural home that boasts cutting-edge green technologies and materials. Los Angeles-based design practice ...

Fri 12 Oct 18 from Inhabitat

War ruins are reborn as a sustainable home in Lebanon

Having survived the Lebanese Civil War as a torture and detention center for militia forces, The House With Two Lives has a colorful past to say the least. So when Lebanese design practice Nabil ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Inhabitat

The “Waffle House Index” is in full effect for Hurricane Michael

The restaurant that never closes is bracing for the worst this week. Hurricane Michael is bearing down on the Gulf Coast, disrupting flights, and forcing the evacuation of some 22 counties ...

Wed 10 Oct 18 from Fastcompany Tech


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