“An Elegant Transition: Leaving Fossil Fuels Behind” by Winona LaDuke

This presentation is brought to you by Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, and a generous investment by Julie Ann Wrigley. I don’t need to give you the lecture on climate change. But this is this moment. And in our prophecies, we talk about this as the Time of the Seventh […]

Drop Green Energy For ‘Real’ Energy

speaking of a conservative think tanks as the manhattan institute manhattan nations to dot org and diana first got brought is with us is a senior fellow at the manhattan institute and what about the program greatly radio you wrote a piece suggesting that president obama uh… specifically i’m assuming that you really mean congress […]

☀️ Build A DIY Solar Space Heater – Plans Available 📄

A detailed step by step guide w/ plans and 3D CAD are available at the link in the video description below A detailed step by step guide w/ plans and 3D CAD are available at the link in the video description below A detailed step by step guide w/ plans and 3D CAD are available […]

HOW TO KEEP CAR BATTERY HEALTHY AND CHARGED WITH SOLAR CELLS | AUTO RAM TRUCK BAT POWER CHARGER

Hi everyone, this is geRAMicc85 and today i want to show you the new solar cells on my Dodge Ram 1500. I haven’t been driving a lot with my truck over the last long and cold winter and I guess that’s why my car battery died. Now, the battery was only 3.5 years old and […]

Regulating Monopolies: A History of Electricity Regulation – Learn Liberty

One way we usually associate with government intervention or government activity is the regulation of monopolies. And we think of legislation like the Sherman Antitrust Act as a way that we control the growth of monopoly, market power, and the ability of firms to come to dominate one industry. The history of this kind of […]

History Brief: Electricity and Its Impact in the 1920s

Throughout the 1910s and 1920s, electricity was becoming more and more common in American homes. How was electricity making the American home different? What type of impact did it have on society? Electricity had existed for many years, but it was expensive for individual families to have in their homes. It had also been a […]

Flexible Solar Cells Could Be Woven Into Clothes

this is a fascinating science story the first flexible fiberoptic solar cells that can be woven into clothes are being developed this is but on international team of engineers this is a physicists and chemists were developed the first five rocket solar cell these are their they human hair they’re flexible and they produce electricity […]

Energy 101: Feedstocks for Biofuels and More

Nearly a billion dollars a day. That’s how much we spend on oil imports in the U.S. — oil that powers our nation’s transportation systems and industries. But here’s something to think about: a strong biofuels industry could meet much of our demand. Biofuels are made from organic materials, or biomass, grown in our own […]

Navy Celebrates 60 Years of Nuclear Power

WELCOME TO ALL HANDS UPDATE, I’M PETTY OFFICER TONY ROSA. THE NAVY CELEBRATED 60 YEARS OF NAVAL NUCLEAR POWER SEPTEMBER 30TH, WITH A CEREMONY HELD ON USS NAUTILUS IN GROTON, CONNECTICUT. THE EVENT COMMEMORATED THE COMMISSIONING OF USS NAUTILUS, THE NAVY’S FIRST NUCLEAR-POWERED VESSEL. IN 1954, THE SUBMARINE COMMUNITY BEGAN ITS SHIFT FROM DIESEL-POWERED ENGINES […]

Nuclear Power Money Buys Govt – Cenk Rant on MSNBC

well the president hasn’t backed away from nuclear energy despite the unfolding tragedy in japan, cenk uygur has some thoughts on that in our “daily rant.” hello, sir. i’m really, really worried about what’s happening in japan. we’re going to talk about it at 6:00. i think there’s of course, some chance we’re on the […]