This Guy Heated Bath Water With Bitcoin Mining and It Worked Too Well
"Lee" used cryptocurrency mining ASICs to heat his bath, which turned the temperature up to 122 Fahrenheit.
Air Pollution Kills 5.5 Million People a Year — Over Half of Them in China, India
Despite measures to cut back on air pollution from power plants, transportation, and manufacturing in rich nations, researchers project that the number of premature deaths due to air pollution will continue to rise.
A Wearable Wristband That Delivers Refreshing Cool Or Soothing Warmth On Demand
The Creators Project introduces Wristify, the first active personal heating and cooling bracelet.
How Pumping Rivers Could Heat Thousands of Homes
The UK wants heat pumps to help meet its renewables targets.
Our Man in San Fran
Visiting the Last Remnants of San Francisco's Low Income Apartment Buildings
San Francisco's SROs (single room occupancy housing) once used to function as low-cost dormitory-style apartments for the city's artists, students, and transient workers. In the first in a three-part series, we look at SROs today: mismanaged apartments...