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Luck that takes the form of finding valuable or pleasant things that are not looked for. Serendipity is one of my favorite words and also one of my favorite movies. 931 more words


Blog Post #5: Internet Insipiration

As this week comes to an end, all I can say is OMG. To start off, working with Inspiration was oddly fun? Like I didn’t know that making a flow chart could be fun, but it was. 402 more words

Cheaper electricity in France!

Who doesn’t want to pay less on the things they can’t go without?

France is changing quite a lot, and competition is slowly creeping in. 152 more words


China invests in Brirtain's Nuclear power plant

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Hong Kong : UK has planned a big ticket entry for China in nuclear power sector via investments. Chancellor George Osborne announced that UK has committed a guarantee a £2bn deal under which China will invest in the Hinkley Point nuclear power station. 224 more words



“Understand that the door that God opens no man can shut. If man can take it, then God probably didn’t give it to you in the first place. 359 more words


Innovative Solutions for Integrating Renewables Into the Grid – CaFFEET 2015 Techshowcase

CaFFEET, the Californian French Forum on Energy Efficiency Technologies, is an annual 2-day event started in 2011 by EDF, PRIME, French Tech Hub and the Consulate of France in San Francisco. 633 more words

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Hackaday Links: August 30, 2015

A month ago, we ran a post about ’s rare and strange transparent microchips. He’s back at it again, this time taking a look at the inner workings of MOSFETs… 225 more words

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