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Solar Paint ‘Sun-believable’ Could Power Homes in Near Future!

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A new solar paint coined sun-believable could power homes in the not too distant future according to scientists from Notre Dame’s Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano). Imagine this, the next time that you paint your house, the coat of paint you put on the outside of your home generates electricity from light, which …

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More Powerful Storms The Result of Climate Change

Tornado Outbreak Worst In 100 Years

While the headlines across the globe iterate the recent tornado outbreaks and powerful storms that have ransacked the Midwest throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Iowa, along with others, one has to wonder. Does climate change play a role in the recent increase in violent storms, or is this just another …

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Climate Change Science Update State of the Planet – Planet Under Pressure 2012 March 26-29 London UK

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Climate change science is being addressed in the State of the Planet report at the Planet Under Pressure conference in London which began March 26, 2012 and ends March 29, 2012. In the State of the Planet report, climate scientists described human’s global impact as “The Great Acceleration” and offered an ominous outlook for an …

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