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Tuesday, 24 June 2008 18:59

How much oil does U.S. have?

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With oil supplies and gas prices in the news on what seems is a second-by-second basis, let’s look at the proven oil reserves in the…
According to British oil expert Richard Pike, the amount of oil still to be pumped out of the Earth could be well underestimated by the…
A comprehensive study has been completed by Taiwanese scientists on the advantages of using biogas digesters to convert decaying manure into fuel for rural communities.…
Of course electrons have been zipping around before we knew about them. However, 111 years ago, Joseph John Thomson first announced that he had discovered…
Monday, 28 April 2008 20:31

Chernobyl to be sealed in Giant Steel Coffin

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The Chernobyl nuclear disaster occurred on April 26, 1986. As the world’s worst nuclear power plant accident, it has been causing major contamination for years.…
U.S. researchers (and, no doubt, baseball fanatics) find that the trajectories of baseballs that are popped up almost vertically are complicated due to the collision…
Unity among various factions of the green movement in Australia appears to be disintegrating as a result of disagreement over the purported greening of coal…
Tuesday, 15 April 2008 18:33

Bikini bounces back from Big Bomb

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The largest nuclear weapon ever detonated by the United States was centered at Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands (South Pacific Ocean) on March 1,…
Previously regarded as the first person to make an audio recording, American inventor Thomas Edison lost this distinction when a recording was found that had…
The X-PRIZE Foundation announces a $10 million competition, sponsored by Progressive Insurance, for production-ready, super-efficient, 100 miles per gallon (or equivalent) cars that are also…

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