Pomegranate and persimmon winter sangria is a refreshing punch that is sure to be a big hit at your holiday party! Sangria isn’t just for summer! I’m not a strong drink kinda person, so I wanted something light and refreshing that would also work during the holidays. The colors are festive, and persimmons and pomegranatesRead More
01/05 The camping light-size device can make enough chlorine to clean 200 liters of water in just five minutes. 02/05 All villagers need is salt, water and a decent car battery; the residue is a thick, white chlorine about an inch high. 03/05 Seattle-based MSR developed the device with PATH International, an nonprofit basedRead More
Fighting solar energy won’t be a path to success for utilities across the country. Rooftop solar energy is becoming a financially viable way for millions of U.S. consumers to generate their own electricity — and utilities are doing everything to kill the solar boom before it gains too much traction. Utilities in states such asRead More
‘Diamond-age’ of power generation as nuclear batteries developed New technology has been developed that uses nuclear waste to generate electricity in a nuclear-powered battery. A team of physicists and chemists from the University of Bristol have grown a man-made diamond that, when placed in a radioactive field, is able to generate a small electrical current.Read More
Guys, if you think the Note7 is a dangerous phone, watch this video. Is the Note7 a victim because many people would like to “see it go”? That would surely explain….why Samsung had no idea themselves why their phones “blow up”, because, these did not really “blow up” by themselves?