Mar
5
2007

Can Money Buy Happiness?

Most people have probably heard "money doesn't buy happiness." Is it true that the more money we make, the more happy we are, or is there a "point of diminishing returns?" Take a look at our excerpt from Scientific American magazine for some interesting points. [More]
Feb
28
2007

Garbage In... Power Out

There's a popular saying, "Garbage in... garbage out". The US Military, assisted by Purdue University, has a different idea, "garbage in... power out!" A new Tactial Biorefinery has the ability to convert garbage into energy. In fact, it produces far more energy than it actually consumes. Will landfills be a thing of the past? [More]
Feb
21
2007

Update on Wind Power

In continuation of our discussion of alternative energy sources like wind power, we are happy to note that Texas has leased 11,000 acres of land in hopes of producing enough electricity through wind to power 40,000 homes. In addition, we also learned some interesting statistics... [More]
Feb
13
2007

"Engage Cloaking Device!"

Researchers are working on something only thought of in sci-fi -- a cloaking device. Although it's no where near perfected and only works in various wavelengths, the advancements in technology are happening so fast, it's probably only a matter of time to when we'll be saying "engage cloaking device!" [More]
Feb
6
2007

A New Squeaky Wheel is Rolling onto the World Stage

An article posted on Green Energy News says that the Corporate World is noticing and taking action about Global Warming, even more than before. Is this simply because global warming is affecting companies' bottom lines, or is it more than that? [More]
Jan
31
2007

An Evolution Out of Thin Air...Or Not?

It seems many products today come out of thin air. Of course, we know this is not true. Products evolve from technological advances over time. In fact, two scientists who came up with the basis for today's massive hard drives are being recognized for their extraordinary work. [More]
Jan
22
2007

The "Shoe" Visits Detroit

An update to a previous blog, the Daimler-Chrysler Smart Car ("Smart Shoe") is coming to America in 2008. Many got a first look at it during the Detroit Auto Show in the previous couple of weeks. [More]
Jan
16
2007

"Read All About It"

Plastic Logic has developed a process that allows, amongst other things, electronic flexible newsprint that can be helpful to the environment by reducing countless sheets of paper now utilized in the printing industry. [More]
Jan
10
2007

American Manufacturer Receives Award for More Efficient Solar Panels

An American manufacturer, HelioVolt Corporation, has received an Innovation Award and Technology Award from the Wall Street Journal and Time Magazine, respectively, for its more efficient method for producing solar cells. [More]
Jan
2
2007

The "ABCs" of Polyethylene Tanks

Sierra Sales - The Tank People has provided Zycon and its users detailed information about polyethylene (poly) tanks, including purchasing considerations and caveats. [More]

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