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Apr 27

cell phone ID's and CCTV

Hey all fruitless searches on my part, so the question is.... has anyone heard or know of a CCTV camera (system) that while monitoring people moving in a secure area that can also collect the IMEI or ESN off the cell phone that a person might be using or carrying? I have found several sites and pr

Apr 27

Recycled Plastic Makes Asphalt Roads 60% Stronger

I came across this article and thought I'd pass it along. I'm impressed by such a simple solution producing such impressive results. I know here in the Northeast we could use stronger, longer lasting asphalt. U.K. startup uses recycled plastic to build stronger roads We’ve seen the birth of

Apr 27

Fact Check: Henry Ford Didn’t Design the Model T as a Multi-Fuel Vehicle

Ask old-timers what they’ve run their Model T on beside gasoline, and the responses will start to sound like the list of potential fuels for the Chrysler Turbine car; that is, anything combustible: coal gas, diesel, kerosene, even granddad’s corn likker. But the truth regarding the T &nd

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