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GM Raises Its EV Game, Commits Another $7 Billion To Its Electric Car Push

General Motors is picking up the pace of electric car development and putting another $ 7 billion behind its EV push

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Tesla Joins The Wireless Phone Charging Game With Its Own Qi-Enabled Charger

Tesla reached out to us today with news that it has launched its own Qi-enabled wireless phone charger for its Model 3. The new charger competes directly with the first-to-market Jeda Wireless Charger ($ 99), the recently introduced EV Annex Dual Qi Wireless Charging Pad ($ 89), and the Nomad ($ 130), at a price point of $ 125. [&hellip

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Game On! 60 Gigawatts Of Renewable Energy By 2025 (#CleanTechnica Interview)

Major corporate buyers are front loading their supply chains with renewable energy by reaching offsite for large scale, grid-enabled projects

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Researchers Develop Online Game To Inoculate Against Fake News

fake news inoculation gameResearchers at the University of Cambridge have created an online game to help people detect and deflect fake news. With so much misinformation being tossed around about climate change, this could be a very useful tool for those who actually care to think for themselves.

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BP Stock (BP) Gets Fracking Fever – A Potential Game Changer

In fact, despite the low price of oil, BP stock has made the Gulf’s deep water a cornerstone of its future … BP is undertaking one of the largest fracking projects in the entire region. Moreover, that project is focused on natural gas.
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Near Death is a tense, fantastic game about surviving Antarctica – The Verge


The Verge

Near Death is a tense, fantastic game about surviving Antarctica
The Verge
Near Death, a first-person survival game released this summer, is easiest to describe in terms of the things it's not. Taking place in an abandoned Antarctic research base in the 1980s, Near Death shares a setting with John Carpenter's The Thing — but

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Blame game: Climate change causing extreme weather – USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Blame game: Climate change causing extreme weather
USA TODAY
Man-made global warming is responsible for about 75% of all hot-temperature extremes worldwide in the past 100 years, according to a study published Monday in the British journal Nature Climate Change . It is also responsible for about 18% of heavy …
New Study Links Weather Extremes to Global WarmingNew York Times
Extreme weather already on increase due to climate change, study findsThe Guardian
Extreme Weather And Heat Caused By Climate Change, Study RevealsTech Times
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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In Antarctica and the Arctic, a game of multinational Monopoly – Alaska Dispatch


Alaska Dispatch

In Antarctica and the Arctic, a game of multinational Monopoly
Alaska Dispatch
At stake are massive untapped energy sources in the north, the world's least-fished ocean waters in the south, and precious metals turning up in places such as Greenland and Antarctica. Global warming may have cracked open the door to the poles, but 
Bolt and company's claims cut no iceHerald Sun
Arctic Passage Opens Challenges for the USWall Street Journal

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Antarctica and the Arctic: A polar primer for the new great game – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Antarctica and the Arctic: A polar primer for the new great game
Christian Science Monitor
Just after noon on Sept. 4, 2010, a squat, yellow-black cargo ship lumbered out of the Norwegian port of Kirkenes. Naked ridges of glacially scarred granite slid by on either side as the Nordic Barents motored toward the open sea with 41,000 tons of

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Spoelstra: ‘At some point a basketball game will break out’ – Chicago Tribune

“Our guys enjoy that type of environment. I don’t think that will be an issue,” said Heat coach Erik Spoelstra following the team’s shoot-around practice Sunday morning. “But we can’t feel our way into the series. That’s what’s important. We have to be …
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