How a territorial dispute can make your clocks slow down.
“We actually presented a program for Puerto Rico, and we got rejected. We have the solution for Puerto Rico…. and we could’ve had power back in 30 days. And they rejected us.”
If you pull it, it moves away. If you push it, it accelerates toward you.
“Hundreds. Thousands. Millions. Billions. . . . Can most people even count that high?”
The past two winters were warmer than normal
Scientists harness the power of lysozyme, a protein found in tears and egg whites, to make energy.
The baboon survived the shock, according to authorities.
Contracts were to be signed on Friday so the decision comes as a surprise.
It will be the U.K.'s first new nuclear power plant in more than 20 years.
The Supreme Court must decide how far the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission can intervene in the market.
The cable will transmit enough hydro-power to supply 750,000 British homes.
Most laptop batteries have enough energy to power an LED for four hours a day for a year
Researchers are designing ways to power electronics using the movement of the human body