Humphreys’ Law let us predict the impact of cell phone conversations being allowed during flight
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A bland photo of solar panels in China has hidden meanings.
The efficiency of solar panels can still increase a lot.
The British approval of the costly Hinkley nuclear power station still faces major obstacles in Brussels.
Really smart students are sort of a dime a dozen at my school; students who can finish in three years and get into graduate school, not so many. This guy obviously has some real chops; too bad for me he was in such a hurry and didn’t have time to take any of my courses! […]
Sandia works on a solar power tower that heats falling sand.
A new technology to monitor alcohol-involved offenders is a step forward, but still imperfect
Traveling through a poverty-stricken Peruvian village, I met a man with a gift for caring for llamas