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Not many people feel comfortable having power plants, oil refineries, or hydro-electric dams in their backyard. But, how about having a well in your...

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"The energy from commuters in a train station, dancers in a night club or shoppers in a mall could one day be harvested,...

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I can imagine my kids screaming in the back seat, "Robotarium! Robotarium!" Their obsession demands a visit to the first zoo ever created to...

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Magnesium is the ninth-most common element in the universe and a common element dissolved from seawater. Now it is fueling cars and engines while...

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Andrew submitted this link to an AP story about a new technology developed for clearing deadly underwater mines. The ultimate in lifeguards, this...
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"Cheap, skinny aluminum foil lamps may be a mercury-free alternative to big, bulky light bulbs. University of Illinois researchers made the low-cost lamps by...

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Stars are some of the most ubiquitous and wondrous celestial bodies we see when looking up at the night sky. Those round pinpoints of...
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If Oscar Pistorius gets his way there will be a pair of ‘cheetahs’ entering competition in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. Opposition to...

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"Is the solution to America's energy needs as simple as a trip to the beach? The idea is a fascinating one as a Florida...

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Ever wanted to know how many species of birds live on the island of Crete? Or perhaps how many species of animals live in...