Assuming 2.3% per year exponential growth of human energy consumption (so, roughly speaking, that corresponds to multiplying consumption tenfold every century), it's argued that human annual energy ...
Peter Thiel just paid $300,000 to Canadian inventor Louis Michaud who is working to construct useful "man-made tornadoes" or "atmospheric vortex engines" which could be components of future power ...
OK, I'm not sure this is not a silly question, but here goes. I've often wondered what the impact is of wind turbines on the weather. My question is, since wind turbines transform wind energy into ...
If humans were able to catch all sun energy reaching the earth for their use, will the climate change?
I guess that energy will be used up and, at the end, will contribute to heat the earth, so I see no big differences... please explain your point of view.
I'm trying to do a simple simulation of a solar panel coupled through some piping to a boiler, with the aid of a pump. My input constants could be something like: volume of liquid inside the panel, ...
Was wondering if trapping light in a reflective chamber could heat rods sufficiently enough to heat water? Trying to think of new ways in which we can utilise solar energy.