One of the best ways to develop an understanding of large solar pv farms would be to help build one. Maybe the second best way is to watch a time lapse video of one being built from start to finish. 

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Is Speed Reading Real? I remember as kid seeing these ads for speed reading and thinking that wow that would be great. I even practiced it for a while based on some dumb book I found in the library. Needless to say I am not a speed reader but I do read as fast as […]

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The Best Student Project. As a high school student or even into university, I would have loved to be able work on a science experiment that would end up on a space mission. The opportunity to interact with the team at NASA, and then to see our hard work producing results from outer space would […]

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Easy DIY Home Experiment Video. Experimentation is the heart of scientific discovery and also a great way to spend a rainy Saturday morning. There is no better way to learn, than to do, right?

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The Blackest Black is not on this Earth. What is color? Why is red, red to us and why is black so black? To understand the nature of color and how we perceive it you need to understand the nature of light and mechanism of light falling on an object showing us colors.

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The Science of Cycling Determines The Fastest Times. It is very important to not only in the US, but the economy of all countries that their youth are attracted to careers in math, engineering and science. Research and development in Science and Engineering is the life blood of industry and the economy.

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Your Own Solar Powered Car, Designed and Built by You. They say that necessity is the mother of invention right? Well it seems in some cases boredom will also suffice as brain stimulant. In this video the inventor claims that he designed,built and enjoyed a solar power car that can reach 40 km/hr.

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New Research Using Lasers for Fusion Energy. The United States, National Ignition Facility, located at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, is the world’s largest laser system with 192 huge laser beams in one massive building, all focused down at the last moment at a 2 millimeter ball containing frozen hydrogen gas.

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We Need New Approaches in STEM Education. – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math ( STEM). I have always been interested in STEM subjects, ever since I was in public school. I am not really sure where the interest came from, but it carried me through high-school and all the way through graduate school. Today students are not […]

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How a Wind Turbine Works is a Very Simple Process. Have you ever wondered how a wind turbine manage to turn the power in the wind to electricity that can run your home. The process is relatively simple compared to say nuclear fission or fusion processes and even simpler than coal generation.

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