[10 Mar 2009 | 9 Comments | ]
If you are considering that you can not grow the fresh fruits, vegetables without soils and fertilizers then you are wrong. Now soils and fertilizers are not necessary for gardening. Jim Ruck has introduced a Eco friendly gadget which can grow vegetables and fruits inside your home without soils and fertilizers.
For designer Jim Ruck has popped up with a revolutionary technology that grows plants and vegetables without using the soil and fertilizers. Hailed as ‘Hydroponic Garden,’ the portable table or desk unit enhancing the decor becomes an integral part of …
[14 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
There are many people who are not reachable when you call them. Suppose, If you have any important friend who needs the help instantly and at that time your phone is discharged, On next day when you meet that friend it may be proved most embarrassing moment for you. So, if you are one who do not charge their phones frequently then you may go for the Samsung Blue Earth, which is to be unveiled in a couple days at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The phone is green, despite …
[9 Feb 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
An algae photo bio reactor prototype was installed on the roof of the MIT’s power station. This excellent piece of technology will use algae to feed on the gases that are released from the smoke stacks. It will then go on to absorb a large quantity of the pollutants it gives off.
A series of tubes are used to collect the gas from the smokestacks as the algae absorbs most of the pollution the gas is then left 80% cleaner.
The algae are then collected and can be re-used as bio fuel. …
[9 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Not long back work eventually begun on the world’s first hybrid solarized gas turbine power station. It will be constructed in southern Israel.
Image credit: AORA
The power station would be able generate solar power during the day and it would run on bio fuel during hours of darkness. To put it in a simple form it will create renewable energy throughout the day.
How does it all work?
The idea of this marvelous solar gas hybrid turbine has been around for many years. This however is the first time that it will …
[9 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Scientists are working harder than ever to see if they too can create fuel from the sun. The trees do it so why can’t we? The world needs to be a little greener so if we could get natural sources of fuel from the sun then it could reduce our carbon foot print.
Scientist from the Pennsylvania state university has found some great possibilities in which this could be done. They have discovered a way to generate hydro carbons 20 times faster than before. They used titanium oxide the same ingredient …
[29 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]
LONDON — The IT industry is joining the push towards energy efficiency by developing new power management technology to curb the sector’s harmful contribution to climate change, operators said. The global computing industry has recently been criticized for the high emissions of carbon dioxide from its data centers and energy consumption.
[28 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]
Researchers have found that levels of some of the most troublesome contaminants for human health are lower than in previous years but persist in most Americans’ blood, even decades after being banned. The new data provide the most recent and comprehensive picture to date of exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the U.S. Blood samples were collected in 2003−2004 from approximately 1800 Americans aged 12 years and older as part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), which is administered by the National Center for Health Statistics …