Posts Tagged ‘power’

Power Plant

Monday, March 31, 2008 14:55 No Comments

Originally published on BLDGBLOG, written by Geoff Manaugh, reblogged by Cluster Passing electricity through soil, and into the roots of plants, might stimulate the accelerated production of certain chemicals, New Scientist reports. “The roots of garden pea plants were exposed to low-level electric current and subsequently produced 13 times more pisatin, an antifungal chemical, than […]

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Paint on Solar Power!

Friday, March 28, 2008 11:08 No Comments

Originally published on Inhabitat, written by Jorge Chapa, reblogged by Cluster Paint on Solar Power!, Swansea University, Paint On Solar Cells, Solar Cell Paint, BIPV, Building Integrated Photovoltaics, Photovoltaic, Voltaic, Solar Power, Solar Panel, Solar Cell, Solar Paint Installing solar panels on the roof of every new building in the world would go a long […]

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Solar Power Company Figures they can power 90% of America

Friday, March 14, 2008 10:11 No Comments

Originally published on EcoGeek, written by Hank Green, reblogged by Cluster Fairly new to the scene, and with dreams as big as God’s feet, Ausra says they can power the whole frikkin world. Of course, we’re going to have to give them a lot of money to do it. The company’s tagline (mission, discription and […]

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SMIT’s GROW: Solar and Wind Leaf Photovoltaic Shingles

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 4:35 No Comments

Orignially published on Inhabitat, written by Emily Pilloton, reblogged by Cluster Our friends at Ecolect, the go-to sustainable design and materials community, have launched a monthly spotlight on sustainable design called Limelight – and the first feature is tough act to follow. Teresita Cochraine’s sustainable design group, SMIT (Sustainably Minded Interactive Technology) has a compelling […]

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Nuclear Fusion and Art’s Fission

Monday, February 18, 2008 11:07 No Comments

Originally published by mute, written by Nuno Rodrigues, reblogged by Cluster sizeAlasdair Duncan, Our New Mechanisms Releases New Human Potentials, 2007 In the recent show FUSION NOW!, is curator J.J.Charlesworth’s promotion of technologically – rather than socially – produced abundance as political as it claims to be, and were the artists on (modernist) message? Review […]

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