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October 6, 2010



Hit Me Like A Ton Of… Wool?

Scientists found a more eco-friendly way to make bricks -- with wool!

September 28, 2010


ocean waves

Why Do Ocean Waves Sound The Way They Do?

What is the distinctive sound of the ocean hitting the sand: Woooosh!

September 5, 2010



4 Steps to Energy Efficiency: How To Lower Your Bills

A smarter electricity grid will help cut your energy bill and prevent blackouts in the summer heat.

September 2, 2010



Activation Energy, Fire, And Burning Sticks

How does fire pass from one burning stick to another unlit stick?

July 29, 2010



How To: Understand The Law Of Conservation Of Energy

The law of conservation of energy can be difficult to understand. Fear not, A Moment of Science is here to help!

July 14, 2010



‘Zoom Your Roof’ Project Exposes Wasted Energy

This new aerial map lets people see their homes in infrared vision! Cool. But what's the point?

July 12, 2010



Don’t Forget to Turn Off the Light!

Conserving energy around the house may have a much bigger impact than you thought.

June 1, 2010



Can Solar Power Also Be Used To Make Liquid Fuels?

With the advancements made in technology; have we come to a point where solar power can be used to make liquid fuels?

April 22, 2010



Heat Is A Measure Of Kinetic Energy

Heat was once thought to be a liquid. However, we know know that heat is a measure of kinetic energy.

February 16, 2010



Have We Run Out Of Oil? Geologists Investigate Oil Production

You may have heard we are running out of oil... is this true?

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