Ice Age

Ice Age 5 will be in cinemas on 2016, after the great success of the Ice Age series on the years 2002, 2006, 2009 and 2012. The story of the films are around a group of mammals surviving one of the Ice Ages in the Paleolithic Ice Age, this group is composed in the first […]
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Solar And Wind Power Generators

Everyday, Solar energy and Wind Energy become more necessary to keep our environment clean, so researches all around the world are being done all around the clock. Some inventions had been already established, other are still just researches. We already have three generations of solar cells The first generation solar cells were large, silicon-based are […]
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A building that converts the air to water

This building is called the Water Building Resort and is expected to be the first building to convert air into water using solar power. The construction has a symbolic shape of a drop of water, and the building represents an ingenious combination of nature and high-tech. Here’s how the building can convert air to water […]
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Next-Generation Bio-Fuels

| The first round of biofuels caused a spike in global food prices. Now companies are developing the next generation from non-edible sources. Scientists at ADM (ADM) are creating cellulosic ethanol from corn stalks, and other companies are,  experimenting with , and the switchgrass, woodchips, tropical grass miscanthus.
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LightWind – Outdoor Lamp

This impressive outdoor lamp was nominated for the Brit Insurance Product Award 2009 as well. It was designed by Demakersvan, a Dutch design house. It can be characterized as the latest invention in the field of urban energy saving. The 2.5-meter high LightWind features a 2-meter wide propeller that converts wind power into electricity. The device […]
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Saving Energy

The $10 Million Lightbulb With the flick of a switch, Philips Electronics may have just dramatically lowered America’s electric bill. In September the Dutch electronics giant became the first to enter the U.S. Department of Energy’s L Prize competition, which seeks an LED alternative to the common 60-watt bulb. Sixty-watt lights account for 50% of […]
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How To Save Water

Water. While over one billion people in the developing world don’t have access to the clean sort for drinking, In the West, they take it for granted.  So, what can we do to get smarter about water usage? Green Choices offers us “50 ways to save water” that covers our homes both inside and out. Here […]
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Solar Icemaker

It may look like a funhouse mirror and potato gun, but this sucker is actually a solar powered ice maker that requires no electricity, and can produce 14 lbs of ice per day. It works like this: the solar icemaker uses a refrigerant liquid that evaporates when exposed to the sun. The vapor travels through […]
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The Impact of the Electric Car

At the time of writing, there’s a lot of pressure on consumers, businesses and governments alike to embrace the green way of life, and, accordingly, a lot of time and money is being put into researching, developing and producing the next generation of electric vehicles. The problem is, consumers are proving very reluctant to make […]
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