Researchers At Australia’s University Of Newcastle Testing Printed Solar Panels

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May 172017
 

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Researchers at the University of Newcastle in Australia have begun the first large scale test of printed solar panels they have been working on for 15 years. The panels are light, flexible and cost less than conventional solar panels. They ever work in moonlight.

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Our Voice: Keep Spink County oil spill in perspective

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May 172017
 

Let’s all take a deep breath. In early April, there was a minor crude oil leak at the Dakota Access Pipeline pump station in Spink County. Two barrels — about 84 gallons — were spilled, but pipeline officials say the oil was caught in a containment …
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Denver’s Bike-Friendly Plans Seem To Be Panning Out

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May 162017
 

Last summer, the city of Denver, Colorado, converted a lane of traffic on a busy street in its downtown area to a two-way bicycle lane. Considering that the street apparently handles around 32,000 vehicles a day, that conversion was reportedly not too popular with many of the drivers in the city

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On Saturday: Hands Across the Sand & March Against Monsanto

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May 162017
 

It was all about the recently completed Florida legislative session; these listeners have different opinions about fracking and the legislature’s failure to pass a ban on hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in Florida.
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Giant spawn hammer on Antarctica map. Thanks, Google Waze – The Register

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May 152017
 

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Giant spawn hammer on Antarctica map. Thanks, Google Waze
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Some anonymous clown has drawn a, well, giant spawn hammer on Antarctica by using Google's crowdsourced map-'n'-satnav app Waze. The offending phallus is located in “DeathToTrumpVille”, next to the “Trump Hotel is Nasty and Awful” hotel – but is …

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“Is Bigger Best?” Report — Part 3: Why Economics Isn’t The Problem

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May 152017
 

Despite an American fascination with big things, the key to unlocking renewable energy is found in small packages as well as big ones. And one key to understanding the debate is to understand the players, with incumbent utility companies (and their incentive to build big things to make money) playing an outsize role in the debate over the right size of wind and solar

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Severe weather outbreak to eye central US by midweek – AccuWeather.com

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May 152017
 

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Severe weather outbreak to eye central US by midweek
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The threat for severe weather, including tornadoes, will be heightened across the central and southern Plains late Tuesday into Wednesday.

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1st Tesla Model 3 Book Is Superb — 3 Reasons Why

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May 142017
 

The good folks over at EV Annex had a great idea — publish the first Tesla Model 3 book*. When I was introduced to the idea, I thought, “That’s a neat idea,” but just thought it would be a book about the momentous arrival of the most important electric car in history, a car that is iconic as a symbol of the unprecedented transition from polluting cars to clean cars

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Antarctica’s cracking ice sheet is part of a process that could reshape the world – Business Insider

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May 132017
 

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Antarctica's cracking ice sheet is part of a process that could reshape the world
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The first summer without an Arctic ice sheet is already on the horizon. The massive chunk of frozen ocean has capped the northern pole of our planet year-round for millennia, but it's now at risk of receding until it disappears entirely. Unlike its
Antarctica's massive ice shelf could shrink dramaticallyDaily Mail
Scientists find rare 'dragon skin' ice in AntarcticaUPI.com
Rare “dragon skin” ice spotted in AntarcticaWDEF News 12
The Weather Network –Gizmodo Australia –The TeCake –Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies – University of Tasmania
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