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FLIGHT OF FANCY: CREATING THE NEXT FLYING CAR

15 Apr 2014 - MIX Aerospace has been working for the last four years to create a flying car. Now they're looking to turn those dreams and drawings into working prototypes, using Indiegogo to help raise funds and, more importantly, awareness.

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The $800K Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-In Hybrid Supercar is rated at 67 MPGe combined in hybrid mode, and a still-respectable 22 mpg when driving on gasoline power only.

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Juan Carlos Zuleta

Juan Carlos Zuleta

NUCLEAR FUSION

In a recent interview with David Letterman, Jamie Edwards, a 13 year old boy from England informs that he was able to build a nuclear fusion reactor at his school. Notwithstanding the fact that this represents an amazing result for a kid of that age, there might be more to this incredible tale. It, together with other recent developments in the electric car industry, could be an indication that, contrary to a previous supposition of mine, we might indeed be witnessing right now the inauguration of the lithium era in the world.

Steve Stollman

Steve Stollman

WHO KILLED THE STREETCAR? THE "SNELL REPORT"

In 1974, legislative aide and anti-trust attorney Bradford Snell, released a 100-page report on GM and ESSO's "Secret holding companies", calling for a restructuring of the American transportation system, starting with the break-up of the Big Three.

Bill Moore

Bill Moore

WHY ARE THE KOCH BROTHERS MESSING WITH NASHVILLE?

Nashville's $174M AMP Bus Rapid Transit project is in danger because it conflicts with the personal and political agenda of two rich guys from Kansas.

URBAN     MOBILITY

Where You Don't Want to Live: The Five Dirtiest Cities in America

Ah Sunny Southern California... the glorious Big Apple... the prosperous Big 'D... all cities that sound good if you believe the Chamber of Commerce PR, but not if you're poor or plan to live long and prosper.