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    • The World's Biggest and Stinkiest Flower?

      Scientists now believe that they have found the world's biggest and stinkiest flower: the rafflesia (pronounced rah-FLEEZ-ee-ah) flower. This flower, ...

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    • Shortness of Dark

      Depending on who you ask, the first practical light bulb was invented by Joseph Wilson Swan of Britain in 1878, or Thomas Alva Edison of the U.S. in 1...

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    • European Commission Calls for "Post-Industrial" Revolution

      On Wednesday, European Commission officials unveiled an ambitious set of proposals to encourage investment and innovation in the European energy secto...

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    • Jupiter Closeup

      It is almost one year since the 'New Horizons' mission left earth, bound for Pluto. The spacecraft will spend six months studying Jupiter. New Hori...

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    • $5 Billion Hydro Electric Project in Quebec, Canada

      Quebec has begun constructing two new hydro-electric power plants in a project that will cost $5 billion. These new plants will provide enough power t...

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    • Nanotechnology

      Alternate energy sources have not been able to compete with fossil fuels in terms of cost. With a constantly increasing demand for energy resources, w...

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    • Plastic Revolution

      We are surrounded by it. Just think for a moment about the plastic shopping bag epidemic. In the beginning plastic manufacturing was considered to be ...

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    • Get Money For Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

      With celsias.com, businesses, communities, and organizations can enter their energy expenses each month and the system will tell you how many energy c...

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    • Take Your JPod to Work

      The future for commuters may be very different during the next century. We may be moving in Jpods. Jpods are little pods that are about 205 kilograms ...

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    • Climatic Eruptions

      Geologists may be able to pinpoint links between ancient volcanic eruptions and climate changes, says a New Scientist Environment Article. Within the...

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