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ROBOT RIDESHARING TO THE RESCUE OF AN AGING CITIZENRY

24 Apr 2014 - It may turn out that self-driving cars and pier-to-pier ridesharing may be more of a boon to suburban seniors than to urban hipsters.

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This unidentified gentleman parked his Tesla Model S in the middle of California's Pacific Coast Highway northwest of Los Angeles and stripped nude, with police officials saying only that he was either on a controlled substance or had a psychotic breakdown.

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Joshua Levin

Joshua Levin

DOD SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH (SBIR) DUE JUNE 25

The U.S. Department of Defense has a program that pays small businesses to do research.  The current set of topics will be open for proposals from May 23 through the wee hours of Wednesday, June 25.  For those American readers of EVWorld who are engaged in such research, this is an opportunity to advance their activities.


Bill Moore

Bill Moore

AUTO CHINA CAR SHOW AND THE WINTER 'DRAGONS' OF 2014

Apparently there's a very tangible link between the industrial pollution blanketing much of China and a trio of 'dragons' that slithered across North America late last month.

Steve Stollman

Steve Stollman

MUSCLE POWER AS FUEL FOR OUR CREATIVE JUICES

We've shaped our society around cheap, but dirty and exhaustible energy. In the 21st century, it's time to start thinking creatively about healthful ways to re-power our lives, by burning caloric energy instead of hydrocarbons.

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Car Counting in Detroit

What was Detroit like before Henry Ford invented his Quadracycle, the forerunner of his Model T? These photographs of Detroit in 1900 are revealing. See how many cars you can count.