Ray Ringstmeyer

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34 Things You Can Cook On A Camping Trip

Because real cooks use real fire.

Cooking

The Energy Fix: How Waste Could Power The U.S. For Decades

The world throws away enormous amounts of energy each day. In the U.S. alone, waste streams could account for 100,000 megawatts of untapped electrical capacity. New technology could convert those overlooked sources into usable power.<p>The Radioactive Option<p>Next-Next-Gen Nuclear Power<p>U.S. nuclear …

Here's 20 Startling Images Invisible To The Naked Eye

When it comes to the world around use, not everything is as it seems. Here's 20 every objects including the likes of coffee, cigarette rolling …

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

USA Wrestling - Features, Events, Results | Team USA

Check out some of the studs registered for this weekend's Women's Nationals in Irving, Texas.<p>These changes will allow for seeding and bracketing to …

Team USA

Map shows where entrepreneurs thrive in US - Futurity

U. TEXAS-AUSTIN (US) — Researchers have identified regions in the United States where a feeling …

Entrepreneurship

The Energy Fix: How To Clean Up Fracking's Bad Rep

If fossil fuels are to remain a large part of the nation’s energy mix, engineers need to reduce their environmental impacts.<p>Hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling have opened up huge reservoirs of oil and gas across the U.S. The Energy Information Administration predicts that production of …

Last Week's Oklahoma Tornado Was The Widest Tornado Ever Recorded

The record-breaking twister in the city of El Reno was 2.6 miles across.<p>On Friday, not even two weeks after a destructive tornado ran through Moore, Oklahoma, another twister hit the city of El Reno. At last count, 18 people were confirmed dead, with six still missing, and the National Weather …

Japan tests 310mph bullet train

Japan's "floating" trains of the future, designed to travel at speeds of 311mph, have undergone their first test tracks.<p>The new generation L0 Series trains, which employ the latest magnetic levitation technology instead of conventional wheels, will begin commercial services in 2027.<p>The first five …

Trains