Wednesday, July 03, 2013


Another Massive Fire In 1871 | Real Science
1871 was the worst fire year in US history. Chicago burned to the ground, on the same day when more than 1,200 people died in a two million acre fire around Peshtigo, Wisconsin.

Here is another immense fire in Minnesota and the Dakotas, which I hadn’t heard of previously.
Refueling Your Electric Car | Real Science
The great thing about electric cars is that they only require eight hours to recharge, and you can recharge them overnight using your solar photo-voltaic panels.

Depending on how much sunshine you receive at night, you could potentially drive as far as 40 miles the next day before having to recharge again.
Longest Period On Record Without A June Hurricane In The US | Real Science
In 1886 the US had three June hurricane strikes, but it has now been more than 27 years since the US was hit by a hurricane in June.
Obama's 2013 Air Force One bill $24 million --- $6.5 million for Africa alone |
NTUF said that the president's near 18-hour flight back from Tanzania Tuesday night marks his 14th overseas flight this year.
Energy, Climate Change and Our Environment | The White House
Learn more about the Administration’s efforts to reduce our dependence on oil, promote energy efficiency...

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