Scientists create first solar cell with over 100 percent quantum efficiency Researchers over at the National Renewable Energy Lab have reportedly made the first solar cell with an external quantum efficiency over 100 percent.
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World's largest solar plant powers up - Green Living - Environment Big almost beyond belief, it is powerful, clean and looks unlike any power station you could ever imagine.
OpenStreetMap is exactly what its name implies—a wiki of maps and location data to which anyone can contribute , just like Wikipedia. With the help of some deep-pocketed boosters, including MapQuest and Microsoft, it’s suddenly a legitimate challenger to the hegemony of Maps.Google.Com. Google announced two months ago that it was going to start charging the heaviest users of its Maps API, which countless sites use to geo-locate their data. 'Wikipedia of Maps' Challenges Google
A look at some of the high-density server and networking gear inside the Weta Digital data center used to render the animation for the new James Cameron movie "Avatar." The Data-Crunching Powerhouse Behind 'Avatar'
The "Mini-Cluster" By Glen Gardner , USA - Posted on 25 February, 2004 projects - mini-itx cluster
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Debris Field The Size Of California From Japanese Tsunami Begins To Litter West Coast
Our Dwindling Food Variety National Geographic Magazine - NGM.com
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Finally! A Low Cost Solar Panel that Can See in the Dark Well…it can almost see in the dark.
'Sunbelievable' Solar Paint Could Power Home Appliances, Scientists Say Green homeowners may soon be able to say goodbye to unwieldy solar panels thanks to a new paint that generates electricity by harnessing energy from "power-producing nanoparticles, researchers have announced.
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2011 was an exciting year for animal discovery. Unusual frogs, snakes, a bat and even a monkey named after the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll are just a few of the extraordinary animals who are taking the scientific world by storm. Seven Amazing New Animals Discovered in 2011
BOULDER-Subtle connections between the 11-year solar cycle, the stratosphere, and the tropical Pacific Ocean work in sync to generate periodic weather patterns that affect much of the globe, according to research appearing this week in the journal Science . The study can help scientists get an edge on eventually predicting the intensity of certain climate phenomena, such as the Indian monsoon and tropical Pacific rainfall, years in advance. Scientists make solar cycle, stratosphere and ocean connections
Shock as retreat of Arctic sea ice releases deadly greenhouse gas Dramatic and unprecedented plumes of methane – a greenhouse gas 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide – have been seen bubbling to the surface of the Arctic Ocean by scientists undertaking an extensive survey of the region. The scale and volume of the methane release has astonished the head of the Russian research team who has been surveying the seabed of the East Siberian Arctic Shelf off northern Russia for nearly 20 years.
German village generates 321 percent more renewable energy than it needs, earns millions selling it back to national power grid (NaturalNews) Developing a renewable energy system that creates energy independence and even a considerable new source of revenue is not some sort of sci-fi pipe dream. BioCycle reports that the German village of Wildpoldsried, population 2,600, has had such incredible success in building its renewable energy system.
Somebody’s hijacked Project Tiger!
Renewable Power Trumps Fossils for First Time as UN Talks Stall
Man arrested at Large Hadron Collider claims he's from the future
Dimensional Bliss » Follow Your Heart, it is Smarter Than You Think
Sustainable Fertilizer: Urine And Wood Ash Produce Large Harvest
Artificial Sweetener Disease; a new breed of sickness
Imprisoned and Poisoned at SNBL: A Whistleblower Case
Mammoths May Be Roaming the World In Five Years
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