Also, a BMW that should go away, a garden that is a refuge, and a building system to save the world.
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CES 2022: EVs and Future of Automotive Tech Took Center Stage
CES 2022: EVs and Future of Automotive Tech Took Center Stage
The 1934 Chrysler Airflow was the first American car to use full streamlining to reduce air resistance—and streamline design was all the rage at the time. The car was a technological breakthrough and it totally bombed in the marketplace. Evidently "the car seemed to be too advanced, too different for many consumers." Now Marc tells us that Chrysler has brought out a new electric car and named it the Airflow. It's kind of like Ford bringing out a new car and calling it the Edsel.
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BMW Introduces a Car That Changes Colors. Why?
BMW Introduces a Car That Changes Colors. Why?
Here is another car that was at CES—it changes colors. It can be as black as a BMW driver's mood.
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Turn Your Garden Into a Refuge for Rare and Endangered Plants
Turn Your Garden Into a Refuge for Rare and Endangered Plants
Gardeners concerned about biodiversity loss can help conserve species by growing and propagating them at home.
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Can Nexii Building Solutions Save the Planet?
Can Nexii Building Solutions Save the Planet?
It's an improvement but it's probably too little, too late.
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DIY Washing Machine Cleaner With Baking Soda and Vinegar
DIY Washing Machine Cleaner With Baking Soda and Vinegar
I am going to have to try this on ours—that rubber gasket is a mess.
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Dolphins Perform Elaborate Spin Dives to Hunt Prey
Dolphins Perform Elaborate Spin Dives to Hunt Prey
I kept spelling Risso's Dolphin as Rizzo's dolphin, as if it belonged to a rat on "The Muppet Show." It certainly puts on quite a show of its own, jumping into the air with a sprint and a spin and then diving a thousand feet to get dinner. They hit the water running: "They perform a rotation sprint at the onset, which enables them to dive down much more quickly."
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