Which is better: a carbon-neutral carbon cycle or an all-carbon energy mix?

The UK government is considering a carbon energy mix that is “far less polluting than conventional power stations”, a senior energy minister has told the BBC.Energy minister Chris Huhne said a plan to switch to 100% renewable energy would have a “much better chance of success” in terms of reducing emissions than using fossil fuels […]


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CES 2016: Apple, Dell, Sony, Lenovo all in the tech business

CES 2016 is almost here, and for the third year in a row, the American electronics and electronics retailer industry is on fire.But, despite the hot start, the top three retailers are struggling to make any real headway.And that’s because, even though the world’s biggest electronics companies, Amazon, Walmart, and Apple, have their own high-end […]


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How to stop a silver electron configuration from burning out

Electronic stability control (ESC) is a feature that can control your electronic devices to protect them from harmful electrical currents.You can control the electrical current in your electronic device by turning on the switch.There are three ways to turn on ESC.You have the option to turn it on manually or by using an external power […]


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How to identify electron affinity bands on graphene paper

A new method of detecting electron affinity band patterns on graphene has revealed the existence of a new class of electrons.Researchers from the University of Tokyo have developed a new method that uses a laser to detect electron affinity in graphene, a material with a low density but high conductivity.The method could one day lead […]


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‘Extremely dangerous’: Carbon dioxide levels in Antarctic polar ice cap rise with warming

By Christopher Fenn, National Geographic News, Antarctica article A recent survey of ice cores in Antarctica’s Ice Cap by a group of scientists shows that the concentration of carbon dioxide in Antarctic ice has risen rapidly since the mid-20th century.The study, published today in the journal Nature Communications, suggests that warming oceans will likely cause […]


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