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Behold the Melty Goodness of Caprese-Stuffed Mushrooms — Delicious Links

<i>Kitchn's</i> <i>Delicious Links</i><i> column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our …

20 Slow Cooker Recipes for the Fourth of July — Recipes from The Kitchn

Planning your Fourth of July cookout? Here's my best piece of advice: Your slow cooker is just as important as the cold beer, fireworks, and red, …

Cord-Cutting Explodes: 22 Million U.S. Adults Will Have Canceled Cable, Satellite TV by End of 2017

Winter is here for cable and satellite TV operators.<p>American consumers are cancelling traditional pay-TV service at a much faster rate than …

This Could Be the Most Detailed Image of a Distant Star Yet

Orion is the Beyonce of constellations. Pretty much everyone has heard of it and seen it (you can even see it in New York despite the light …

A new 'solar paint' lets you transform your entire house into a source of clean energy

PexelsPowering homes using clean energy is becoming easier thanks to a growing number of innovative technologies and initiatives. Some government programs help homeowners with the financial burden of equipping their residences with energy-generating solar panels, and Elon Musk's Tesla has developed …

Clean Energy

First all-electric garbage truck in California

If you are following Electrek closely, you know that we firmly believe virtually all form of ground transport will quickly move to electric propulsion in the next few decades. And that includes garbage trucks.<p>In a move toward that goal, California just took delivery of its first all-electric …

The Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe by Tasty

Tasty<p>Information storage and access<p>The storage of information, or access to information that is already stored, on your device such as advertising identifiers, device identifiers, cookies, and similar technologies.<p>Personalisation<p>The collection and processing of information about your use of this …

In March, wind and solar generated a record 10% of US electricity

And stationary storage batteries had a booming quarter, too.<p>According to the Energy Information Administration’s <i>Electric Power Monthly</i>, a bit more …

Renewable Energy

Creamed Eggs on Toast Is Basically Eggs Benedict for Lazy People

A classic meal of an egg atop toast hits the spot most quick mornings, but for a lazier brunch I like to get more creative. I began to make creamed …

Solar System once had ‘evil twin’ sun which may have wiped out dinosaurs

The Solar System once had two suns, scientists believe, and one of them may have wiped out the dinosaurs.<p>A theoretical physicist at the University of California and an astronomer from Harvard University have discovered that most stars are born with a ‘brother’ and our own Sun is likely to be no …

Why the shade garden is so underrated — and how to create your own

By Adrian Higgins<p>Columnist<p>Shade gathers from year to year in the garden like the wrinkles on your face, growing more pronounced with time.<p>Small bushes develop into large shrubs, young patio trees shift from skinny to broad, newly planted trees rise to the rooftops and beyond. This is a direct …

Gardening

Water circling drain experiments offer insight into black holes

A small international team of researchers has found that water waves created due to scattering from a spinning vortex can show rotational …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Opinion: Homes and buildings are key to clean growth

We don’t often think about the buildings in which we live, work, learn, eat, shop, and play as being major sources of carbon emissions.<p>However, the …

Carbon Emissions

The world’s largest wind turbine can power 8,000 homes on its own

The world has never produced more electricity from wind, and each year the records keep tumbling as the technology to create bigger and bigger wind turbines advances.<p>The newest beast to capture even more of this renewable energy is capable of producing 9.5 megawatts (MW) of electricity on its …

Hydroelectric Power

Jeff Bezos touts Amazon’s solar power campaign for fulfillment centers

Tesla CEO Elon Musk isn’t the only tech billionaire who’s high on solar power: Today, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tweeted about the latest step in his …

Solar paint turns air moisture into hydrogen fuel

Hydrogen itself is seen as a key part of our clean-energy future, but even better would be hydrogen produced using the power of the sun, rather than …

Breakthrough Research Has Made Synthetic Photosynthesis Possible

The Power of Supramolecules<p>Photosynthesis is one of nature’s most efficient phenomena: aside from providing much of the oxygen human beings need to …

Physicists create mind-bending 'negative mass' that accelerates backwards and could help explain black holes

Scientists have created a fluid with "negative mass" which they claim can be used to explore some of the more challenging concepts of the cosmos.<p>Washington State University physicists explained that this mass, unlike every physical object in the world we know, accelerates backwards when pushed.<p>The …

After 60 years, is nuclear fusion finally poised to deliver?

It’s been a long time coming, but the world’s top powers are now betting billions on the Iter collaboration to deliver clean, safe, limitless energy for the modern world<p>“We are standing on the ground that could change the future of energy,” says engineer Laurent Pattison, deep in the reactor pit of …

The Fabergé egg of Green Design: James Chuda's Architecture

By Nancy Chuda founder and Editor-in-Chief LuxEcoLiving and co-founder Healthy Child Healthy World<p>"Architect James Chuda's Green Home has been called the <i>"Fabergé egg"</i> of the green design world." <i>Barbara Lockhart International Designer of the Year 2006</i><p>The Los Angeles Magazine's Design Green Home of …

Home Improvement

Energy Storage Is Finally Finding Its Way

As new revenue streams open up, energy storage could be a big player in the energy industry.<p>Energy storage is coming in a big way in the U.S. and …

Tesla

Full Circle Fresh Air Countertop Compost Collector

I’ve been composting my kitchen scraps for awhile now, using various systems, and this countertop compost bin, which I’ve been using for two years, …

Blue Origin scores NASA partnership for delivering new technologies to space

SpaceX has already been working with NASA for some time, with the private space agency delivering supplies to the ISS with its reusable rockets, but …

EarthEasy Worm Factory 360 Composter Giveaway

This weekend (Friday 6/3 – Sunday 6/5) we are giving away a Worm Factory 360 Composter with worms from EarthEasy, valued at $139.95! The Worm Factory …

Gardening

Ocean farmers are using technology to start an economic revolution and save humanity

I’m a fisherman who dropped out of high school in 1986 at the age of 14. Over my lifetime, I’ve spent many nights in jail. I’m an epileptic. I’m asthmatic. I don’t even know how to swim. This is my story. It’s a story of ecological redemption.<p>I was born and raised in Petty Harbour, Newfoundland, a …

Aquaculture

22 Science Jokes Only Smart People Will Understand

Old statisticians never die. They just get broken down by age and sex.

March 2015

New Ultrathin Solar Cells Are Light Enough to Sit on a Soap Bubble

Scientists have created the thinnest, lightest solar power cells yet — so lightweight that they can be draped on top of a soap bubble without popping …

Engineering

Does It Matter How Fast You Lift?

Here’s why you need different repetition speeds for different goals, according to the latest research in exercise science<p>In life, each of us tends to move at our own pace. Some of us walk, talk, and eat faster or slower than others.<p>Research tells us that different speeds come with different costs …