Scientists in Japan are working on creating auto parts from plant fibers right now.
You read that correctly.
Molecular components in leaves are being used to build rock-solid machines.
We mean that literally.
The material - cellulose nanofiber (CNF) - is five times stronger than steel and only one-fifth of the weight.
This sort of breakthrough isn't just an exciting way to make cars, it's an example of how technology keeps changing the world.
It's why Money Morning Defense and Tech Specialist Michael Robinson says "the road to wealth is paved with tech."