🥖🌹Organizer for the Ráıthold and **Síofгa Tech Cooperative** for Social & Technological Innovation in Performing Arts
July is on pace to be the hottest month ever recorded, and the impact of the soaring temperatures is being felt across the globe in massive heat waves, wildfires, flooding and more. On Thursday, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said the world has entered the “era of global boiling,” and President Joe Biden gave a major speech to unveil new measures to combat the crisis but resisted calls to declare a climate emergency.
David Wallace-Wells, an opinion writer for The New York Times and a columnist for The New York Times Magazine, says the world is not moving quickly enough to phase out fossil fuels, and even some of the progress that has been made is easily erased by massive wildfires like those burning in Canada right now.
We also speak with Dharna Noor, fossil fuels and climate reporter at The Guardian US who wrote an exposé on “Project 2025,” a right-wing plan to dismantle environmental policies and many regulatory protections if a Republican takes the White House in the next election. She calls the document’s drafters “a who’s who of the far right.”
The Power Transmitted Over Laser (PTROL) project safely and wirelessly transmits energy to a specific receiver. This has been a multi-year project. Phase III demonstrated PTROL is on the path to mount a receiver that’s light enough and powerful enough to be flown on a drone. Power beaming is undetectable by the human eye, quiet, and portable, three features making it amenable to many applications.
Safe and Continuous Power Beaming Microwave (SCOPE-M) is a United States Naval Research Laboratory (USNRL) project which delivers one kilowatt of electrical power at a distance of a kilometre using a microwave beam.
The OccultAlloy RoadEdge™ SmartGrid to SmartRoad Ecosystem for Semi-Permanently installation offers a socio-economically and environmentally responsible means of providing wireless, high-energy potential, primary motive energy for private, commercial, industrial, municipal, military vehicles.
The RoadEdge™ Modular Array is conceptualized as an adaptive, semi-permanent system for installation in new purpose built cyberphysical roadways as well as alongside existing roads, swiftly accommodating demand-driven changes of demographics, special events, seasonal weather, and emergencies.