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The future of energy

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Oct. 5 – A technology and innovation explosion cold be on the horizon as U.S. businesses look for new ways to deliver eco-friendly energy. Some say it could look a lot like the internet boom. A technology and innovation explosion could be on the horizon as US businesses look for new ways to deliver energy across the country. Manoush Zomorodi reports.

Thermal Solar’s Time to Shine

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

When people think solar power, they think blue photovoltaic cells, but thermal solar technology has been around for decades. Santiago Seaga, CEO of Abengoa Solar, talks about how thermal solar harvests the sun’s rays to turn water into steam, driving a turbine and creating electricity, even at night.

Oil will be obsolete soon

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Oil will be obsolete soon

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Imagine cutting steel or running a car with ordinary water. The new energy source will be Water. Don’t believe me? Watch this video! This new technology will make Oil obsolete.

“I believe that water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen which constitute it, used singly or together, will furnish an inexhaustible source of heat and light, of an intensity of which coal is not capable.”

— Jules Verne, The Mysterious Island (1874)
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Taiwan’s Concept Car “Ecooter” is Electrical Next Gen

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) showed off its new concept car, the “Ecooter” this week. The vehicle seats just one and will be on display next month in Milan, Italy. Here’s a sneak peak:

STORY:
The Ecooter’s key features include a diamond-shaped four-wheel chassis system. Now this allows Ecooter to make a 360-degree turn with a radius of only 1.2 meters.

The Ecooter also features an auto-tilting system that keeps it from rolling over in sharp turns. This makes it very nimble in confined areas and cities.

James Wang is the Director of ITRI’s Intelligent Mobility Technology Division.

[James Wang, IRTI]:
“IRTI wants to develop this vehicle to have clean energy in order to solve problems such as pollution, traffic congestion and energy consumption that we face today in urban societies. We hope that, this small electrical vehicle and the public transportation system together can provide a convenient, energy-efficient and traffic free transportation tool.”

Wang also said the electric-powered Ecooter consumes roughly one-third of the energy of traditional vehicles.
ITRI plans to debut the Ecooter next month at the International Motorcycle Exhibition in Milan, Italy.

Energy and Environment Trends

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

A look at technology and climate change [4/2007] [Science] [Show ID: 12205]

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Is Wind Power Created?

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Wind power is created by windmills, which use generators to produce electricity that is gathered by wires. Find out why some windmills produce more energy than others with information from a science teacher in this free video on wind energy and science lessons.

Physical Science : Differences Between Softwood & Hardwood

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

The differences between softwood and hardwood doesn’t have to do with the wood being hard or soft, but rather it deals with softwoods being coniferous trees that produce cones. Find out about the distinguishing characteristics of hardwood trees with information from a science teacher in this free video on physical science lessons.

Physical Science : How Do Fossils Form?

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Fossils form when the remains of animals are trapped between rock layers and become a part of the rock sequence. Discover how scientists can tell how old a fossil is with information from a science teacher in this free video on physical science lessons.

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Is Nuclear Energy Harmful?

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Nuclear energy can be harmful when radioactivity is absorbed by cells of the body. Discover how radioactivity can damage bone marrow and red blood cells with information from a science teacher in this free video on nuclear energy and science lessons.

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does Inertia Work?

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Inertia refers to resistance to change or movement, so that the bigger the inertia, the bigger the force needed to be applied to the object. Lear more about inertia as a resistance to changes of movement with information from a science teacher in this free video on mechanics and science lessons.

Urban Ninja

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Sneezing Panda

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Swing Fail

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