Today, Tomorrow’s Technologies

Today, Tomorrow’s Technologies

Today, Tomorrow’s Technologies (T3) enables our scientists, engineers and innovators to establish a daily dialogue with a non-techy listener. This engagement will expand our understanding of how technology can impact our daily lives. The goal is to simplify, avoid the tech mystery and encourage the study or participation in these new disciplines. T3 benefits will answer the following questions: a. What are the positive or negative impacts in the new technology? b. When can these technologies impact our daily routine? c. How can society benefit from these technologies? T3 will cover a variety of engineering, scientific and future technologies. Topics include autonomous vehicles, disruptive products, cyber technologies, smart homes/devices, unmanned aerial vehicles, smart phone, now what?, space exploration/activities, electric technologies, energy/alternate energy, tech government vs commercial, technology in high schools, future robots, and the next inventions.... Show More

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August 11, 2020 55 min
Over the last 12 months of Season 5, I have highlighted various technologies and innovations. I have shared my stories of owning and using these technologies, innovation or gadgets. Our human endeavors and advancements are now simpler, better or easier. In today’s podcast, I’ll provide the audience a round robin of these adventures from self-driving vehicles, to the exploration of new model cars and motorcycles, to the exciteme...
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August 4, 2020 55 min
We have chatted how different 2020 would be on space exploration. But now 8 months later, we have begun to secure our next generation of space exploration targets. For me it is exciting and challenging as the US begun to launch astronauts back into space since 2011. Just as important are the planned space activities for the United States; or even the other nations of the world? How will the US and world space communities conti...
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July 28, 2020 56 min
In our show today, I will discuss one of my bucket list items—scuba diving. How do you get qualify for open water diving? I will discuss why I wanted to go scuba diving, what happen during my dives and the technology used today vs what I thought the technology was. In fact, scuba diving equipment has advanced quite a bit and I had no idea. I will also discuss the science, engineering, or more importantly the various products use...
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Photograph is a subject I wanted to learn more about but did not have the chance to ask an expert. Today, T3 will interview Master Photographer Philip Kent. We will learn how to get started in a photography as a hobby or a profession? What new technology or innovations has Philip seen throughout his career? We will also explore Philip’s recommendations on going to school, training, or just getting the camera or equipment to g...
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How exciting is to see two or three robots battle in the same arena? You begin to understand the sheer power brought to the forefront by the competitor’s selection of current technology solutions. BattleBots® began it's 8th season this May, 2018 on the Discovery Channel and Science. The American robot combat television series attracts competitors to design and operate remote-controlled armed and armored machines designed to fig...
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It has been debated in the last few years that we need to enhance the US commitment to the development of Nuclear Power. At T3 we have devoted several podcasts on nuclear power both in the US and internationally. Concerns have been the safety of new reactors, costs, and the actual process to recycle nuclear waste. Today, we have two guests who are experts in advancement of nuclear energy. Our first guest is Mr. Ed Pheil, Chief Te...
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As we all hang out at home due to COVID-19 stay at home policy, technology development continues to expand. We have all heard about the information technology companies growth these past few months. Additionally, as I look into leisure activities, I can say that technology development continues to advance as more products and gadgets are placed on the market. I am amazed at the various business or leisure company products that ...
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Why are folks turning their homes into smart homes? What is the advantage or disadvantage of a smart home? Now that I have a smart home; now what? Installation of smart products give the home and its occupants various benefits — the same benefits that advance technology products have brought to us---convenience and savings of time, money saving and improved energy uses. Today we get to explore some of the products, understan...
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How are technology ideas, component designs or developments impact mankind? The corona virus or COVID-19 has certainly locked down many of us with our social distance’s activities. But what does the science tell us we need to do and what is our human instinct telling us to do. Additionally, I would like to review two import technology gaps we have explored for many weeks; Energy needs and Space Exploration. I have asked Mr...
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The first four months of 2020 has been exciting and challenging as we look at the space frontier. Why are the space activities so important to the United States; or even the other nations of the world? In this segment, I will explore the past but importantly what will happen in 2020 and beyond. Join me and my guess is Mr. Bruce “Hawk” Abbott for this discussion. How is the US and world space communities responding to the c...
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In the last six months, we have heard lots of discussions on returning to the moon. Why is it that important to return to the moon? How is the US government, NASA, commercial companies (i.e. Space X, Boeing, and others) and other countries getting ready for space exploration? What are some of the key finding going to the Moon that must be achieved before we go to Mars? How do we move forward in US Space adventure commercially, go...
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Technology and Innovation has exploded in the Transportation Industry. Just in my lifetime I have seen the big muscle cars to now, self-driving cars. Who doesn’t like to see a fast car or the new models that come off the assembly line. How many of us just look in wonderment, then ask our self, what if I own that car? Our next show, we will interview Alex Davies a writer and senior associate editor for Wired magazine focus on the t...
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May 19, 2020 56 min
Let’s get into the mindset of the racers at the Baja 1000, 500, or 250!! Visualize the pageantry of contingency, the challenges of race course design, and the unpredictability of the unfolding events caused by human, mechanical or weather errors. These off-road Baja races are known as the toughest events in all sports. Where did it all begin? Jose will have the privileged to discuss off-road racing with the sports pioneer Mr. Sal F...
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When I started to ride my Harley Davidson 2020 Ultra Limited, I was impressed by the overall technology package—i.e. engine, frame, boombox GTS, and other small features added to the bike or around the bike that makes riding fun. Today, we will ask two experts, Dino Ditmore (Sales and Business Manager with over 20 years) and David Bodenheimer (Service and Acting Parts Manager with over 45+ years) about the technology package ...
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Who has not imagine about innovating a solution to a problem or applying a new technology gadget to the problem? We have talked a great deal about new products and the challenges encounters. Now it’s time to look at the issues little deeper to find out how to answer the innovators, technologist, and product developers. Innovation is at the heart of new research that many of us come to expect and use in our daily lives Our gu...
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Who has not imagine about innovating a solution to a problem or applying a new technology gadget to the problem? We have talked a great deal about new products and the challenges encounters. Now it’s time to look at the issues little deeper to find out how to answer the innovators, technologist, and product developers. Innovation is at the heart of new research that many of us come to expect and use in our daily lives Our g...
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How are technology ideas, component designs or developments impact mankind? The corona virus or COVID-19 has certainly locked down many of us with our social distance’s activities. But what does the science tell us we need to do and what is our human instinct telling us to do. Additionally, I would like to review two import technology gaps we have explored for many weeks; Energy needs and Space Exploration. I have asked Mr...
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The first four months of 2020 has been exciting and challenging as we look at the space frontier. Why are the space activities so important to the United States; or even the other nations of the world? In this segment, I will explore the past but importantly what will happen in 2020 and beyond. Join me and my guess is Mr. Bruce “Hawk” Abbott for this discussion. How is the US and world space communities responding to the c...
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With all the discussions today on the green revolution, what do we know about renewable fuels. States after states are making demands on changing the energy grid with renewable fuels, such as solar, wind, bio, wave technology and others. Are we missing the best way to evaluate what renewal fuel energy is provided? Do we know the energy savings and outputs for the green revolution? Our guests today are Mr. Steven Curtis and M...
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T3 has discussed the use of nuclear power internationally and in the US. The international community and the US are at opposite end when it comes to using nuclear energy. Currently, the US has tons of recyclable nuclear storage tanks across the US; over 40 years of storage. Is it time to recycle this unlimited fuel? What do I know about nuclear recycling? Is it valuable? What is the current state of nuclear recycling in t...
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