“We are literally making electricity out of thin air.”
Tariffs will raise prices and "result in 23,000 job losses."
Not like a big deal or anything. Just the Dark Ages.
For decades, families had little choice but to use kerosene. Now they’re swapping solar electricity.
Salute the sun while dancing the day away.
Our nation’s growing taste for coal-fired pizza has resulted in a newfound interest in anthracite coal, which makes for very hot ovens and perfectly cooked pizzas.
They might want to go green, but don't call them environmentalists.
Most factory farm animals are raised on soy and fishmeal, but a UK outfit is trying to change that with a sustainable and easy-growing source of protein: maggots.
It sounds too good to be true, and in a couple of regards, it is.
So the consensus is that Romney won the debate last night. He did look sharp, but does that mean anything he said was more than empty rhetoric? Take the energy issue.
Renewable energy is the future, sure—but how much of the future could it possibly be? And how soon will that future, the one lined with towering wind turbines and studded with silicon solar arrays, arrive?
The house of the future should be covered in thin filmy solar power, and it might not even have to look like a giant silicon circuit board. Instead, it may resemble the house you live in now, but with a solar photovoltaic thermal energy system on the...