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Carbon Bubbles (05/15/13 10:08)

Governments will try to find a way to ignore climate treaties. Once they start painting a picture of plunging economies and lifestyles for their people, the hope will be that the treaties can be watered down to facilitate business as usual.

Moore's Law And The Beginning Of Life (05/05/13 18:08)

If Moore's law is applied to genetics and extrapolated backwards it can be shown that life is older than the Earth itself.

Solar Power (05/01/13 16:29)

A Swiss team of engineers has designed a plane that will fly around the world—without burning an ounce of fuel.

Nature By Numbers (04/23/13 09:00)

A short movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature.

Life Extension: 800 Years? (04/14/13 13:41)

Scientists have announced that they've extended the lifespan of yeast bacteria tenfold--and the recipe they used to do it might easily translate into humans.

Renewables: Wind Power (04/09/13 19:23)

Evidence emerges that although hypothetically there is enough power in the earth’s winds to sustain current levels of energy consumption, in practice one could never harvest enough energy from wind to affect the climate.

Renewables: Desertec In Trouble (04/06/13 18:54)

Local resistance adds to the woes of the troubled project.  Google Translation

Technology: Robot Jellyfish (04/03/13 08:23)

A robot jellyfish more than 5ft wide has been shown off by researchers in America.

Carbon Footprint (04/01/13 14:14)

As prices for carbon emissions continue to languish, Berlin is planning to cancel some key subsidy programs aimed at increasing reliance on renewable energies. Germany and other European countries seem uninterested in fixing the problem.

Self-Healing Chips (03/29/13 18:22)

Imagine that the chips in your smart phone or computer could repair and defend themselves on the fly, recovering in microseconds from problems ranging from less-than-ideal battery power to total transistor failure. It might sound like the stuff of science fiction, but a team of engineers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), for the first time ever, has developed just such self-healing integrated chips.


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