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So far Jamie Barron has created 20 blog entries.

Screws are out, wedge dowels are in at IKEA

2017-03-12T21:13:58+00:00 March 12th, 2017|

Have you ever noticed that screws seem to be everywhere? They seem to just appear with no real origin which usually means something has a screw missing. Isn’t it funny how this physical appearance of screws has also become a way of describing a silly or crazy person? Screw drivers, drills, hammer drills, and impact [...]

Gravity in space concerns everyone (part 2)

2017-02-28T22:41:24+00:00 February 28th, 2017|

In the last blog “Gravity in space concerns everyone (part 1)“ we talked about how gravity is so important to human life. It is clear that, if we are going to make it to Mars healthy, then we are going to have to design a way to create gravity in space. We ended the last [...]

Gravity in space concerns everyone (part 1)

2017-02-22T15:12:45+00:00 February 22nd, 2017|

Gravity. We don’t pay much attention to it until it becomes a problem or part of our jobs. Weight lifters, engineers, and extreme sports enthusiasts are probably the ones who are the most aware of it on a daily basis. The rest of us go on about our day moving around on the ground like any [...]

A Flying Car for everyone in 2017 by Airbus

2017-01-23T21:01:38+00:00 January 23rd, 2017|

Maybe it started when Google made some of the first unmanned cars back in 2014. Maybe it was all the movies about them, or we may have just been previewed to the prologue to what was to come when we covered “Are drones becoming a new source for human ambulances or transportation?” last March. Where [...]

Year-In-Review from New Source Corp

2017-01-01T16:10:02+00:00 January 1st, 2017|

Another year is coming to a close and nearly everyone is looking back at what happened. Almost all the TV stations, websites, and even Facebook will automatically put together your own year-in-review of everything including things you have done with them. We don’t usually like to follow trends, but this time we couldn’t help taking that [...]