Future Cars: Electric Cars, Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Hybrid, and More
Future Cars: Electric Cars, Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Hybrid, and MoreBy Farhana. As the market leader in electric vehicles, Chevrolet has set the standard. And the company intends to hold its place by offering the most competitive EV options in the market today. In addition, the company just launched the Chevrolet Spark EV in selected markets. So if you're looking for an affordable electric vehicle, have no fear - there's an option for everyone.Read full story
In Your Enterprise: Using Ai Can Change Your Business
3 Ways Entrepreneurs' Use of Artificial Intelligence Will Change Your BusinessBy Farhana. Artificial intelligence (AI) is making significant advancements in the world. We are seeing a lot of buzzes and lots of high-profile companies are jumping on the bandwagon. This technology holds a lot of promise for our future. The applications are endless, and AI will affect almost every industry. As a result, we've compiled a list of a few entrepreneurial uses of artificial intelligence that will change your business in 2022.Read full story
The Loaded Mashed Cauliflower (or Parsnips)
We’re a day late on this, but it’s a perfect fall recipe: Loaded Mashed Cauliflower. It’s been cooking around in my head for weeks, but it came together all day today when I got in the kitchen to bake some pumpkin treats — to replace those that I can’t afford to buy, let alone go to the grocery store right now — and ended up with a second baked good, and an extra serving of mashed cauliflower left over.Read full story
The Microscopic Pieces of Debris Hurtling Through Space
Microscopic Pieces of Debris Hurtling Through SpaceBy Farhana. There are about 70,000 pieces of space junk larger than a softball flying around the Earth, and some of it is burning up as it enters the atmosphere. Luckily, we haven’t had any big incidents yet. But as the population of space junk increases, collisions between orbiting objects have become more common, and nobody’s sure what will happen if we reach the point of critical mass. Do we have any control over it? And what would happen if that critical mass was breached?Read full story
Healthy Hearty Stuffed: Butternut Squash with Quinoa and Toasted Pine Nuts
Healthy Hearty Stuffed Butternut Squash with Quinoa and Toasted Pine NutsBy Farhana. I’m making these for an upcoming event. I’m serving the squash stuffed with lentils and quinoa and roasting at 350 for 45 minutes. At that point, I will slice off the top, add a little more milk and cheese on the top, then finish the oven off so that it goes from warm to hot (350 to 400 degrees for about ten minutes). This is doable for your own Thanksgiving, and there are still plenty of leftovers to take to a potluck or picnic! A super simple vegan stuffing recipe, just a little something extra with the Thanksgiving feast!Read full story
High Tiers for Early Reading and Kindergarten
High Tiers for Early Reading and KindergartenBy Farhana. By 15 months of age, the majority of children have acquired the ability to recognize about 30 upper case letters. This ability allows them to tell the difference between b and d, d and p. To be optimally positioned for reading later in childhood, children need to understand that the words they can read are made up of smaller units: individual phonemes. Here's another way of saying this: It seems that the upper-case letters children can recognize at 15 months old are basically what they need to know to read. These letters are a primer to build upon, but once a child has been introduced to these, they are effectively cast in stone: in other words, they will forever be one's first understanding of what letters do and how they work.Read full story
Easy Homemade Bagels Recipe
Bagels are delicious, but many store-bought ones can cost a pretty penny. This Homemade Bagels Recipe is easy to make at home, is cheaper, and tastes better than store-bought bagels. This one requires patience, but we promise you will see the results after your first try!Read full story
Digital and Traditional Public Relations: Do They Connect?
Digital and Traditional Public Relations: Do They Connect?By Farhana. If you’re in the public relations business, and even if you aren’t, you know what the answer is. The answer is “yes.” Public relations are no longer just about getting the media to tell your client’s story or about generating positive stories about a client. It is, and always has been, about engaging your audience differently and getting them to hear your message. That’s the purpose behind any public relations plan, and the way to do that is to use a variety of methods – traditional PR, digital PR, digital communications and traditional communications strategies for traditional media.Read full story
The Dietary Diet: Is Sustainable, Healthy, and Just Plain Sane?
The Dietary Diet: Is Sustainable, Healthy, and Just Plain Sane?By Farhana. If you follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, how do you avoid some of the worst effects of our industrial food system? If you are concerned about a vegetable or a fruit going bad in the grocery store, you can store it, if you wish, in the freezer, if you must. And if you know your “edible oils” are from GMO soybeans or sugar beets, you can purchase oil of your choice, or use extra virgin olive oil.Read full story
Just How Close Is Flying Car Technology to Reality?
Just How Close Is Flying Car Technology to Reality?By Farhana. Several companies are working on flying cars and prototypes have been built. But there may be legal and technological barriers to the world's first flying car.Read full story
Amazing Island: What Is so Special about Tristan Da Cunha?
Amazing Island: What Is so Special about Tristan Da Cunha?By Farhana. It is the southernmost inhabited island in the world, and it is also the most remote. It’s part of the British overseas territory of St. Helena and Tristan da Cunha.Read full story
How Do Apples Go from Orchard to Store?
And an answer to the always popular, “Why are grocery store apples red?”. It took scientists about a decade to come up with the answer. But we’re here now. Grocery store apples and the apple industry have the same health problem. Apples, on the whole, are not what you would call the healthy food. One or two apples a day, sometimes in salads, can be fine. But an apple a day just isn’t enough.Read full story
Super Yacht: Current and Future Aircraft Carrier Designs
Super Yacht: Current and Future Aircraft Carrier DesignsBy Farhana. There is much anticipation around the United States Navy's plan to expand its aircraft carrier force fleet once more after years of contracting and delays to the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program to meet budgetary realities associated with the sequester and the drawdown. As a result, many experts are predicting a resurgence over the next decades for the Navy and perhaps other military operations over what will likely be another 30 to 45 years of service from the Navy's aging carrier fleet.Read full story