Archives for Sci Tech

July 2008

Thursday, July 31:

Better World Order: MIT claims 24/7 solar power

Kathleen O'Meara: "Our World PSAs" (1 comments)

Kenneth Young: *Agent Orange producers Dow and Monsanto reinvent the hamster wheel

Vi Ransel: "La Plaisanterie Cruelle" (The Cruel Joke) (1 comments)

Better World Order: New turbine to harness wave power

Wednesday, July 30:

Amanda Lang: LESTER BROWN: Raising Energy Efficiency in a New Materials Economy Part I (1 comments)

Amanda Lang: Toss Your Broken Keyboard To One Side With Portable On-Screen Keyboard

Margaret Bassett: Costner, Hopper & Swing Vote (1 comments)

Tuesday, July 29:

Better World Order: Tidal Power Comes to Market [In Ireland]

Better World Order: Nanowire lawns make for sheets of image sensors

Amanda Lang: How to close down a terrorist group (1 comments)

Laudyms: Most Bank Sites Insecure, Says Recent Study

Laudyms: Librarians want to turn us all into privacy fiends

Sunday, July 27:

Amanda Lang: Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds

Amy Fried, Ph.D.: Heartwarming Testament to the Capacity of Animals to Form Deep Relationships (1 comments)

Amanda Lang: 7 Essential Cheat Sheets To Download

Amanda Lang: Top 10 Firefox Extensions to Improve your Productivity

Richard Hayes Phillips: In Defense of Lever Voting Machines (11 comments)

Amanda Lang: LESTER BROWN: Eco-Economy: Building an Economy for the Earth (2 comments)

Saturday, July 26:

Geoffrey of Bordentown: Free Jess

Amanda Lang: Mapping The Human Mind

Better World Order: As Cost Goes Down, Solar Energy Rises

Thursday, July 24:

Amanda Lang: INNOCENTIVE: If You Have a Problem, Ask Everyone

Amanda Lang: Innovation Inducement Prizes at the National Science Foundation

Amanda Lang: Scientists recover complete dinosaur skeleton (1 comments)

Better World Order: Arabesque: 9/11 Truth: Scientific Method versus Political Method: The US administration and its interpretation of the e (11 comments)

Wednesday, July 23:

Better World Order: Solar power from Saharan sun could provide Europe's electricity, says EU

Tuesday, July 22:

Better World Order: Why make your own fuel? Because you can! (1 comments)

Amanda Lang: Do IMF loans lead to higher rates of tuberculosis?

Amanda Lang: What the Public Really Wants on Science

Monday, July 21:

Better World Order: Quarter of the planet to be online by 2012 (2 comments)

Better World Order: Are You Getting What You're Paying For? 25 Online Tools to Test Your Internet Service

Better World Order: Advance brings low-cost, bright LED lighting closer to reality

Saturday, July 19:

Margaret Bassett: Mole's Progressive Democrat: The Tangled Web of the Organic Industry (2 comments)

Margaret Bassett: Synthetic Pot as a Military Weapon? Meet the Man Who Ran the Secret Program

Better World Order: Swiss Man, Moved By the Sun, Produces Solar-Powered Car (2 comments)

Rady Ananda: Warning: This Product Is Hazardous To Your Freedom (26 comments)

Rady Ananda: Debunking Pre-Election Testing Myths (3 comments)

Friday, July 18:

Better World Order: SolarCity provides SF power below grid price

Better World Order: Strongest Material Ever Tested: Graphene, praised for its electrical properties, has been proven the strongest known mat

Better World Order: Quantum Leap: Researchers have controlled the position of a single electron in a silicon circuit.

Better World Order: Automated Precision Satellite Guidance Of 9/11 Type Aircraft Largely Possible Just Before Attacks

Ferdinand: Prepare Yourself (2 comments)

Steve Windisch (jibbguy): Free Energy and the Open Source Energy Movement (Part 3) (4 comments)

Better World Order: Tidal power feeds electricity to National Grid in world first

Thursday, July 17:

andi novick: Lever Lawsuit Gears Up; "Stealing America" Premiers Aug. 1st (1 comments)

Better World Order: Microgeneration could rival nuclear power, report shows

Better World Order: How You Can Turn a Vacant Lot Into a Community Garden (1 comments)

Better World Order: German Expert Predicts US Solar Energy Boom

Better World Order: High Density Vertical Growth (HDVG) Garden

Better World Order: The Power of Solar Communities

Compusician: Time Travel: Yes and No? (3 comments)

Rady Ananda: 2008 Bibliography of Scientific Studies on Software Driven Voting Systems (4 comments)

Wednesday, July 16:

Margaret Bassett: Discussing The Uprising on Lou Dobbs 7/9/08

Friday, July 11:

Better World Order: Technology could streamline solar power: 'Solar concentrators' are more efficient, cost-effective than panels

Gary DeVaney: The God Murders (26 comments)

Thursday, July 10:

Better World Order: New Study Finds 4 out of 5 Sunscreens May Be Ineffective or Harmful

Better World Order: Aussie science to make net 100 times faster (1 comments)

Wednesday, July 9:

Rady Ananda: Ellen D's 88 yr-old drinking fan (2 comments)

JC Garrett: World's Most Efficient Solar Collector (8 comments)

Tuesday, July 8:

drbrad: The Human Heart, Emotional Baggage, and the Heart-Wall (3 comments)

Laudyms: Special Report on Weapons Technology

Kathlyn Stone: USDA and FDA are consistent in not protecting food supply (7 comments)

Amanda Lang: On Our Own

Better World Order: 22 Steps Toward Energy Efficiency (in your home)

Sunday, July 6:

Kitty Antonik Wakfer: WALL-E: Economic Ignorance and the War on Modernity (4 comments)

Saturday, July 5:

Don Williams: Caught inside an electrical storm, a terrible beauty is born (3 comments)

Friday, July 4:

Margaret Bassett: The Muppets on the Constitutional Convention (2 comments)

Albert Einstein: *Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein (4 comments)

Tuesday, July 1:

John Jonik: Our Stolen Evidence...Against the Pesticide/Dioxin Cartel (4 comments)

Dennis Diehl: Mama, Mama...I'm Obama...and so are you! (2 comments)

Peter Cohen: War on Warming (2 comments)


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