Author Archives: mrjonmoore

Earth philosopher, organic gardener, archaeologist, organic advocate and author.

The Fuel Tank of Tomorrow – A Super Capacitor? +YouTube Video — Great Things from Small Things .. Nanotechnology Innovation

KiloWatt Labs CEO Omer Ghani explains in the above interview, filmed at the IDTechEX Show!, that his company has overcome these challenges and has begun shipping large-scale, super capacitor-based energy storage solutions for applications such as microgrid, renewable, utility and mobility. He indicates their solution is a cost-competitive replacement for traditional battery approaches, Read more […]

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A real time global warming index — …and Then There’s Physics

This is a guest post by Karsten Haustein, a researcher in the School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford. The post is about a new paper that discusses their real time global warming index. Have you ever wondered what the current level of human-induced warming really is? Well, here is something […]

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Glaciers heating in France could destroy villages — ParqView

Scientists are warning that glaciers in the French Alps are heating so fast they are becoming a threat to popular tourist villages. As a result of global warming, glaciers become warmer and the threat of collapse and avalanches increases. The cost of these potential threats will fall on neighbouring villages that could be completely destroyed. […]

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Winter bread making … — Béa’s Homestead

We got our first snow today (in Sweden?! but it’s ok, climate change isn’t real or anything), I also had the day largely free so I decided to make some bread. It’s usually pretty hard to rise the dough in winter because we keep our apartment quite cool. My solution is to use my electric blanket […]

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