The clever design choices Tesla made to make the Cybertruck cheap to make.

But is it actually cheap?


If science is supposed to be objective, then why are not scientists politically neutral?


Nuclear power in the West is excessively expensive today, but advocates claim we can radically reduce costs by building more reactors. But there is a fundamental problem ignored.


Both nuclear and solar power have have their pros and cons but each side tends to give a skewed view of reality. Here’s what I wish both sides would acknowledge.


The way social democracies get misrepresented by conservative think tanks.

Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash


Both liberals and social democrats accept free market economics and want to help the poor, so how do these ideologies differ from each other?


How do class extensions, duck typing and multiple dispatch compare when extending and reusing existing code?


Been away from Cocoa and Swift programming and feel like you have forgotten a lot of details? Here’s a refresher for Swift 5 and Xcode 12.


What is the nature of innovation? Can seemingly aimless and frivolous activities have a utility?


Around 10–70 CE, Greek-Egyptian mathematician and engineer Hero of Alexandria invented the Aeolipile, a primitive form of steam engine. Many believe that with improvement this could have powered an ancient industrial revolution.

The James Watt Steam Engine

Erik Engheim

Geek dad, living in Oslo, Norway with passion for UX, Julia programming, science, teaching, reading and writing.

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