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Physicists detect process even rarer than the long-sought Higgs particle

By Karen McNulty Walsh – The analysis efforts started two years ago and were carried out in particular by groups from Brookhaven, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Michigan State Univ. 105 more words


Muesli bars

I’ve been craving more carbs and less sugar on races lately, so I thought I’d try to make muesli bars.

3 cups organic fruit muesli… 68 more words


Update on solar power - 7/25 - solar #22

A few articles on the danger to flying birds, flying planes, and barely-flying economies.

flying birds

Intentional, willful undercounts of toasted wings – 6/25 – ReWire – … 736 more words


Only 1/3 of Americans 'Willing' to Change Behavior for Environment

As Michael Grunwald noted in his piece on TIME’s recent energy poll, Americans lag far behind other nations in their willingness to help the environment. Here, only 33% of Americans say they “strongly agree” they would modify their behavior to reduce their carbon footprint, compared to 43% of people from other countries. 11 more words

Arctic oil spills likely to spread across borders: study

New research suggests that any type of significant oil spill in Canada’s western Arctic would likely spread quickly and foul oceans around Alaska and possibly as far west as Russia. 601 more words


Five Fatal Flaws of Sola Energy

By Viv Forbes

The sun is the most important energy source on Earth.  Solar energy powers the growth of all trees, grasses, herbs, crops and algae; it creates the clouds and powers the storms; it is the source of all hydro, photo-voltaic (PV), solar-thermal, bio-mass, and wind energy.   961 more words


DTE Energy Reports Higher Second Quarter Income

DETROIT — The utility holding company DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE) reported second quarter 2014 earnings of $124 million, or 70 cents a share, up from $105 million, 60 cents a share in the same quarter of 2013. 410 more words