Research into the particles produced by nuclear reactors. An international team that includes researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has captured the most precise (and puzzling)energy measurements yet of ghostly particles called reactor antineutrinos produced at a nuclear power complex in China.

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In the U.S., there is no shortage of politicians that are ready to deny climate change and/or the source of it. Of course if you contribute enough money to a campaign you can pretty much control the narrative at least of some individuals. However when it comes to native Americans that evidence of climate change […]

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The Strongest Material Known to Man May Not Be Tough. Graphene, a material consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms, has been touted as the strongest material known to exist, 200 times stronger than steel, lighter than paper, and with extraordinary mechanical and electrical properties. But can it live up to its promise?

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What Will It Take To¬†Fix Flint’s Water Supply System? It is very hard to understand the current water problems in Flint Michigan. The damage done to the piping infrastructure of the city and the health problems that have been inflicted on the citizens of Flint is unforgivable. This is not the only city in the […]

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Will There Ever Be A Smart Gun In The USA? More than a third of Americans say they or someone in their household owns a gun. There are by various estimates anywhere from 270 million to 310 million guns in the United States which is close to one firearm for every man, woman and child.

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Firefly’s Nathan Fillion takes a spin around Oregon in an all electric prototype. Have you ever been so convinced that the time has come for a particular technology or idea that you want to start your own company doing something about it? The realization that the age of fossil fuels has gone on for far […]

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Light to Move Data Information is able to be moved at much faster speeds using light than using electricity. Internet cables for T1 lines and faster all use fiber-optics for the main trunk lines. At some point the fiber gives way to cheaper copper wires and electronic signal transmission.

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New Advancement in Solid-State Lithium Batteries. Researchers the world over are working to make the perfect battery. Access to cost effective energy storage systems is the key to being able to adopt 100 percent renewable energy and ultimately move away from fossil fuels forever. Here is the latest news on that front from Lawrence Berkeley […]

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  Diamonds are a form of carbon that has been formed into a crystalline structure by the intense heat and pressure deep in the earth. They are actually rather abundant on earth which is my the supply of diamonds on the market is controlled very closely to keep the prices up.

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  New research from engineers at the University of California San Diego, allows for very weak and slow radio signals to be tracked from all the other signals and noise. The advance has applications in secure communication, electronic warfare, signal intelligence, remote sensing, astronomy and spectroscopy.

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