Fight global warming – just don’t mention it Sometimes the best way to fight global warming is to never mention it. And most especially don’t mention Al Gore. The fact … [Read full article]
Gravity power module — a step toward utility-scale energy storage. The grid — that seemingly amorphous structure that delivers power on demand — requires instantly available power to light up our … [Read full article]
2010 a record-breaking hurricane season. As meteorologist Jeff Masters reports in his blog Wunderblog, hurricane activity stepped-up into record territory last week with Karl and Julia reaching Category 4, only … [Read full article]
Denying reality: the irony of global warming denial in one simple phrase Climate change (global warming, global climate disruption, it doesn’t matter what you call it) has become such an … [Read full article]
Oceans in the 21st century – overfished, mismanaged, played out The world fishing fleet is now two or three times what is needed to take the available ocean catch and … [Read full article]
Giving “belly up to the bar” a whole new meaning… Bad puns aside, Scottish scientists recently announced a method for converting whiskey-making byproducts into biofuel (no bottled whiskey is harmed … [Read full article]
One of the most severe and rapid coral bleaching and die-off events ever recorded happens as waters off the Indonesian coast spike to 93 degrees Fahrenheit.
Biologists are concerned of the longterm effects of oil droplets found in blue crab larvae along the Gulf of Mexico.
Are energy storage islands the green solution we need? Denmark is a windy place. Windy enough to provide 20 percent of the country’s power generation from both onshore and offshore … [Read full article]