All Posts Tagged With "car"

Making the Streets Safer Through Math

01 June 2010 by Erik Davis

It was a tragic death, sweetened only by an act of parental love and the knowledge that it could have been worse.  On January 12th, Marites Mendoza was struck and killed by an 83-year old driver who ran a red light, pushing her stroller out of the way just in time to save her 12 […]

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Posted in Canada, Cognition, Critical Thinking, Health, Media, Ontario, Probability and Statistics, Skepticism1 Comment

Run Your Car off Water!

16 March 2010 by Marion Kilgour

I was chatting with the nice man who runs the photography studio near my house the other day, and somehow our conversation wandered into the environment. He proudly informed me that he had converted his car, by himself, to use hydrogen as fuel. The mechanical engineer in me made me lean forward a bit with […]

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Posted in Pseudoscience3 Comments