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According to the Agence France Presse, quoting Chinese state media agency Xinhua this past weekend, more than 1,200 new cars every single day. According to the Beijing Traffic Management Bureau, there were 261,000 new vehicles registered in the first half…More →
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The keyplace of the topic “Climate Change” of 80+1 is Finland. People there eat reindeer. Since one should at least try, we tried! And the guests aof 80+1 liked it!More →
The vehicle is special, the way the questions are displayed are special: what is it? It is the first Formula E, a treasure hunt on the frontier of technical knowledge!More →
Earlier this month, the American science magazine Seed conducted an online panel discussion on which energy source is the least evil.
In the United States, unlike Europe, there are only 104 nuclear reactors — representing about 20 percent of all domestic energy…More →
I don’t know about you, but I find tunnel boring actually to be pretty exciting! I mean, you have to dig through massive amounts of rock in one of the best examples of human engineering and construction! What could be…More →
So while the world was watching Iran’s chaos this weekend, there was a new state in the process of being born: Greenland.
Yes, that massive ice sheet that takes up an unfathomable part of your world map is well on…More →
However, a Philadelphia suburb, Collingswood, is now well into its first year of a small bike-sharing program…More →
This week Highline Park opened in New York City’s west side, spanning the section from Gansevort Street to West 20th Street.
The Highline is an elevated railway line built in the 1930’s, abandoned in the 1980’s, and was stated to be demolished. Nature…More →
In an effort to actively affect urban life citizen activists have been pushing for the development of open source / open data projects in government. As noted in a recent O’Reilly article it follows that “the conversation about the future of…More →
New York City has recently began to more actively shape public spaces in the city, implement bike lanes and explore alternatives for dealing with traffic issues.
Various initiatives are in place for the reclamation of urban street space in an attempt…More →
Benny Chan has worked diligently over the past few years to photograph overhead views of…
While Traffic is a theme here at 80+1, we tend to focus on automobile traffic, and lose sight of air traffic. In the air, as on the ground, airplanes have very complex procedures and processes that they must follow. These include…More →
Malawian inventor, blogger, and now author William Kamkwamba is set to publish his first book, The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind in September of this year.More →
Back before no one even knew about massive global climate change, there were many generations of British, European and American explorers that covered the Arctic and Antarctic regions. Starting way back in 1845, with the ill-fated expedition of Sir John Franklin,…More →
As the Internet binds more and more people together, it’s also important to remember that there are many more physical, tangible infrastructures that are connecting the global human race on a scale never seen before.
But while new products reach our…More →