World’s Smallest Injectable Chip

The world's smallest single-chip system, sits on the tip of a hypodermic needle
The world’s smallest single-chip system, sits on the tip of a hypodermic needle
Chen Shi/Columbia Engineering

The continuing miniaturization of electronics is opening up some exciting possibilities when it comes to what we might place in our bodies to monitor and improve our health. Engineers at Columbia University have demonstrated an extreme version of this technology, developing the smallest single-chip system ever created, which could be implanted with a hypodermic needle to measure temperature inside the body, and possibly much more.

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A Win for Sanity in the Transgender War

Well I gotta say, I didn’t see this coming.

I figured the NCAA would be the last organization to buck the trend of 100% wokeness, if that’s even a word. read more

Israel’s Iron Dome

iron dome hamas
  • Israel’s Iron Dome weapon has reportedly shot down most of the rockets that Hamas militants have fired at Israeli neighborhoods during the Israel-Gaza conflict this week.
  • The Iron Dome is designed to selectively deal with rocket attacks, intercepting only those headed toward populated areas.
  • Israel claims the Iron Dome is around 90 percent effective, but even a high probability intercept rate can fall victim to sheer numbers. read more

Pennsylvanians Taking their Power Back

Well, at least some, and that’s a great start.

Frankly, the longer the mask-ups, the shutdowns and lockdowns dragged on, the less confident I was that America is still the United States of old.

In less than a year’s time, the overwhelming majority of citizens morphed into blindly obedient lemmings, doing exactly what they were told, almost without repudiation.

We continued to treat the word of this country’s number one charlatan, Dr. Fauci, as some sort of God of Science. He tasted his 15 minutes of fame and quite liked it. Well over a year later and he appears to remain drunk on power. read more

Weapon Wednesday – Don’t to wash behind Your Drop Tanks

afwerx jet washing robot
Texas Air National Guard
  • The Air Force built a robot that can wash an F-16 fighter jet in just 1 hour.
  • It typically takes a crew of four airmen up to 6 hours to do the same job.
  • The Jet Washing Robot could also save airmen from possible chemical agent exposure.


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