GEBCO Seabed 2030 announces completion of 19% of the seabed surveyed to modern standards. Completion of the work in 2030 will provide high resolution bathymetry of the ocean seabed over 100% of the ocean area. This is valuable information for oceanographic understanding and resource management.Continue Reading ...
Too much of the climate science is based on guesstimates not facts. The dangers of CO2 are alarmist rhetoric, not sound repeatable science. Let’s fix this through funding of real science.Continue Reading ...
Take solar energy, pass water through a nanotech device bathed in sunlight that mimics photosynthesis and you have hydrogen. Add to that a little carbon and you can get alcohol based fuels.Continue Reading ...
Romper Stomper Plastic Chomper, Japanese scientists discover a bacteria that eats plastics. They discovered the bacteria adapted its own DNA to make the enzyme.Continue Reading ...
New Zealand has a massive resource available under its oceans, that is natural gas or gas hydrates. That resource should be tapped for the benefit of all New Zealanders.Continue Reading ...
New soilid state organic polymer technology through which natural gas is passed traps CO2. This reduces its volume and make it burn hotter with less contaminants. This could make natural gas the cleanest energy available.Continue Reading ...
It’s time for the environmental ideology to stop demonising hydrocarbons and work together with oil and gas.Continue Reading ...
New technology for 100% organic batteries using quinones which are natural carbon compounds and acidic aqueous electrolyte.Continue Reading ...
Let’s first face one indisputable fact. The climate changes, it always has and it always will. But man is not responsible for that change.Continue Reading ...
In motors, generators and similar electric machines, the electrical current that powers them generates magnetic fields that magnetize some of…Continue Reading ...
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