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Krakow To Salt Mines, Auschwitz, Zakopane, & More In A Tesla Shuttle

June 1st, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

We need a rapid transition to electric transport — in order to avert climate catastrophe and cut deadly air pollution. While much driving is done in daily commutes, we at Tesla Shuttle have felt that one of the key targets is longer travel between cities


Where River Meets Sea, Salt Makes Renewable Energy Happen

March 28th, 2011 | by Tina Casey

A team of researchers from Stanford University has estimated that rivers could provide about 13 percent of the world's current energy needs, but they're not talking about hydropower. Instead, they envision renewable energy based on the principle of entropy, as fresh water from


We Might Still Have Food in the Future After All

January 20th, 2010 | by Susan Kraemer

Whenever plants are subjected to extreme stress, such as very high or low temperatures, they do not flower and grow because they divert their food to their embryo. "Their instinct is to protect the next generation," said Wigge. Plants are better adapted to survive, than people are, in that respect. But then they have had a million or so more years to learn that clever trick. They might outlive us



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