science

We all wear clothes, in public spaces. Why spend the energy to completely heat/cool the air space? Clothing research would require solving the air exchange rate in an inexpensive but durable manner. Our bodies generate moisture which must be... Read More
Here is the Cold Fusion Apparatus Mathmatical Proof that is current submitted to the USPTO office; the application number is 20100008461. In the Application, there is a predicted alternative embodiment of this invention, a solid core cold fusion... Read More
Independent
My idea works with his push to develop our natural gas resources. To remind you that imported oil cost the US $700 billion every year. This transfer of wealth correlates to lost purchasing power of the dollar, economic hardship on our citizens and... Read More
It’s time for a restructuring of America’s sewage system. When you flush waste and water down the toilet, it takes energy to pump and filter that water. And much of our country’s energy is created through the burning of harmful fossil fuels. So how... Read More
I’ve talked about it before: how much running on a treadmill and using gym equipment actually harms the environment. Though the main focus of visiting a gym is to focus on bettering your own body, there is little awareness of how much electricity... Read More
So you’re thirsty -- You reach for a bottle of cool, refreshing spring water, right? I guess that’s fine and all. Can you tell me where that water comes from or how it gets to your fridge? It’s actually rather interesting when you get down to it.
Planet Forward
Get ready for our next segment on Bloomberg TV by learning more about Ecovative Design! Planet Forward’s Frank Sesno talks with Ecovative’s founder about their mission to replace styrofoam and plastic! Watch>>
This time-lapse video condenses 14 days of EcoCradle™ growth into 14 seconds.
You often hear them before you see them. The American Pika is related to rabbits and hares. But they have round ears and no visible tail. Small enough to fit in your hand they blend in with their rocky surroundings and might dart unnoticed if not... Read More

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