• Transience - Mainer

    by admin on 2022-06-15 10:59:07

    by Kenneth W. Beek | Jun 8, 2022

    Sirens tore through the wall of our sedation. There were no emergency vehicles, or police. The alarm signal sounding was my own screaming voice, involuntarily broadcasting a warning of bodily harm from my unconscious to my suddenly cognizant mind. Upon

  • Transience - Mainer

    by admin on 2022-06-15 10:59:05

    by Kenneth W. Beek | Jun 8, 2022

    Sirens tore through the wall of our sedation. There were no emergency vehicles, or police. The alarm signal sounding was my own screaming voice, involuntarily broadcasting a warning of bodily harm from my unconscious to my suddenly cognizant mind. Upon

  • BWXT selected by US DOD to deliver prototype reactor - Nuclear Engineering International

    by admin on 2022-06-15 10:58:48

    BWX Technologies (BWXT) has said it will build the first advanced nuclear microreactor in the United States under a contract awarded by the US Department of Defense (DOD) Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO). The Project Pele full-scale transportable microreactor prototype will be completed and

  • Please Wait... | Cloudflare

    by admin on 2022-06-15 10:58:43

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  • Boxabl Reinvents the Foldable House

    by admin on 2022-06-15 10:58:41

    In 1947, American architect Carl Koch designed a folding house for Acorn Homes. He wrote about it, asking:

    This mix of 2D panels and 3D core is an idea that makes sense. It made sense to me in architecture school almost 50 years ago when I designed a summer camp that was folded out of

  • Boxabl Reinvents the Foldable House

    by admin on 2022-06-15 10:58:40

    In 1947, American architect Carl Koch designed a folding house for Acorn Homes. He wrote about it, asking:

    This mix of 2D panels and 3D core is an idea that makes sense. It made sense to me in architecture school almost 50 years ago when I designed a summer camp that was folded out of