Looks Like New York City Will Finally Start Helping the World

By Richard K. Noots It’s been a slow process, but people are finally coming around to learn about how free energy works. Although many people in our hierarchy of leadership believe it’s unnecessary (Ted Cruz), the fact is we need to learn more about how to utilize one of the best energy sources this universe has to…

Yes, Robots May One Day be Able to Feed You

By Richard K. Noots Carnegie Mellon University may be the site where the robot revolution begins. For the past decade, scientists here have been working on a new way of creating functional robots. Each joint piece of their Serpent holds the ability to control the robot itself, gather data, and link with it’s other parts via ethernet. What does this mean?…

Time For a Daily Dose of Financial News!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXExuc0wVoY By Richard K. Noots Look, if you’re an investor, you better be checking out the latest news. What we have for you today is a bit of info on how the Stock Exchange is doing, although there is one thing you’ll have to realize: By the time you watch this, this info will already be dated. That’s OK though,…

Curious About What’s Going On In Russia? Learn A Lot in a Little Right Here!

By Richard K. Noots If you’re curious about Russia and the Ukraine, you came to the right place. Many people and news organizations give differing opinions, so sometimes it’s best just to look at the culture itself. Vice did a exploration into Putin’s insane propaganda machine. In this video, you’ll find hints at the truth of what’s going on behind the former Iron Curtain. The…

These Kids Definitely Need There Own Movie

By Richard K. Noots Kreed and Skylar both were born with the rather unfortunate fate of having a disorder referred to as Autism. Luckily, this does not stop either of them from enjoying life to it’s fullest spectrum. Even better, these two happened to meet each other and became fast friends. Now, with their unique ways…

This Man Has An Idea For Those With Life In Prison, and It Involves a Camera

By Charlie DeWitts Have you ever been prison? Well, whether or not you have, you can still learn something from these guys. This TEDTalk presents the idea that people in prison are, in fact, still people, but people we can also learn from. Although their stories may be harrowing, they’re truthful. Sometimes, it’s honesty we need to here….

5 Start Up Stories That Will Inspire You to Succeed

Image by: By FutUndBeidl By Richard K. Noots We could all use a little inspiration in our lives. Even if things are going great, sometimes we can still get down on ourselves for not doing enough. There’s no need to beat yourself up though. If you’re a man of business, perhaps you’ve had idle dreams…

How We’ll Probably Go To School in the Future

By Richard K. Noots Jeffrey Kaji of Babylon, Long Island, was faced with a dilemma no one likes. He had to get his appendix removed so he, you know … Doesn’t die. On the bright side (or at least what most of us would consider a bright side), he has to miss about a week…

Teens Saving Lives: More Inspiration From Daily Life

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVpy_daxJU0 By Richard K. Noots Abby Snodgrass was at her local Wal*mart minding her own business. Suddenly, an emergency call came over the intercom asking for assistance. An 11 month old baby had stopped breathing. Abby made her way to the front of the crowd. No one knew CPR, except for one locally trained Hillsboro…

Is Your Insult Game a Little Weak? Let Skeletor Help You

By Richard K. Noots Do you remember the villain in He-Man: Masters of the Universe? His name was Skeletor, and there is something you need to remember: This guy was a terrible boss. Well, more than that, he also makes Simon Cowell look like a puppy. Watch the above video to see what his best…

Little League is a Large Deal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L39UEmescNA By Richard K. Noots Today is an inspiration for sports! All sorts of lessons can be learned, but one of the hardest lessons to master in life is that failing is necessary to success. Yes, the only way to really know you’ve achieved something is when you’ve fought tooth and nail for it. That…

High School Football Can Mean Something!

By Richard K. Noots Things were looking grim halfway through the game. Apollos Hester’s team was already on a bit of a large loss by a couple touchdowns. However, there is one statement that rings true. “Attitude can change everything!” With perseverance, skill, a little luck and maybe a little blood, they managed to pull…

10 Discoveries That Prove You’re a Smart Person

By Richard K. Noots We aren’t neurologists or psychologist, so we may not always be up-to-date on the latest and greatest news about our brains. This is unfortunate because the brain is quite possibly the coolest organ we have, so we should know as much about it as possible. With that in mind, here are…

Are You Afraid of the Dark? Tony Soprano Was.

By Richard K. Noots We all get scared from time to time. James Gandolfini was no different, despite his amazing roles. Here he is, most likely quite different than the way you remember him. Watch his role on Sesame Street as he helps others confront their fears, and faces his own as well. At least…

3 Slick Tricks That’ll Build Better Habits

Image by: By FLik By Charlie DeWitts Laziness is always a habit we fall into easily. After a few stressful days, you might want to stay on the couch more and more. Netflix and other online options can persuade us to just relax, just for a bit. BAM! Now it’s two hours past your usual…

4 Things You Should Know About Depression & Suicide

Image by: PDPics By Robert Spencer The death of Robin Williams has brought the public’s attention to depression and suicide. Depression is a common problem with people all around the globe. In fact, nearly 80% of people who suffer from depression don’t get the proper treatment (medication and/or therapy) that may make them feel better….