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Bill Gates Tops Forbes Billionaires List Again

Bill Gates Tops Forbes Billionaires List Again

HTC Re Vive VR Headset revealed

HTC RE Vive VR Headset Revealed

NASDAQ is Back at 2000 Dot-Com Bubble Level

NASDAQ is Back at 2000 Dot-Com Bubble Level

Basel World 2015: HYT H3 Mechanical Watch shows Time with Fluid

Basel World 2015: HYT H3 Mechanical Watch Shows Time with Fluid

Apple Watch Launching in Multiple Countries This April

Apple Watch Launching in Multiple Countries This April

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Matt Damon starts Buy a Lady a Drink Initiative

Matt Damon starts Buy a Lady a Drink Initiative The co-founders of Water.org, Matt Damon and Gary White, have started the Buy a Lady a Drink initiative at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival which will make heaven and earth meet in order to ease pressures on women in Third World countries.

Jan 23 2015, 7:21am CST

Victoria's Secret Super Bowl 2015 Ad

Victoria's Secret Super Bowl 2015 Ad Victoria's Secret brings the sexy back to the Super Bowl Ads. The Victoria's Secret Super Bowl 2015 Ad is ends the 7 year break of the lingerie brand to advertise in the Superbowl.

Jan 21 2015, 12:48pm CST

Anne Hathaway in Porsche 911 Paparazzi Troubles

Anne Hathaway in Porsche 911 Paparazzi Troubles Anne Hathaway is hot item right now as she has a new movie is coming out. TMZ posted a video that shows how complicated a celebrity life is under the constant surveillance of Paparazzi.

Oct 23 2014, 2:21pm CDT

Changing the World through Rebecca Moore's Google Outreach Earth

Changing the World through Rebecca Moore's Google Outreach Earth Rebecca Moore's insistence at understanding loggers need to destroy neighborhood trees revolutionized humanitarian and environmental aids. Never make a computer scientist curious.

Oct 18 2014, 9:53pm CDT

Will Anthropocene be the official scientific designation for the Age of Man?

Will Anthropocene be the official scientific designation for the Age of Man? In the past several weeks, the scientific community's been looking at naming the recent epoch. And the eye of the storm is all about humanity's impact to the natural world.

Oct 17 2014, 6:00pm CDT

Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain & Matthew McConaughey star in Interstellar

Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain & Matthew McConaughey star in Interstellar The actress, Anne Hathaway stars in the Christopher Nolan film titled Interstellar. Other lead cast of the movie include Jessica Chastain and Matthew McConaughey.

Oct 17 2014, 5:13am CDT

Catherine Deneuve is Not a Big Fan of Selfies

Catherine Deneuve is Not a Big Fan of Selfies The famous glittering French cinema icon, Catherine Deneuve is well accustomed to strangers, but yet she isn’t a big fan of Selfies.

Oct 16 2014, 12:12pm CDT

Kanye West Profiled

Kanye West Profiled Never Underestimate the Power of this Black Man!

Sep 27 2014, 4:05pm CDT

Elon Musk: An African Immigrant Changes The World

Elon Musk: An African Immigrant Changes The World Last week an immigrant from South Africa made a decision that is both altruistic and business-savvy. Elon Musk, inventor, billionaire and dreamer, announced that his superbly engineered electric car company, Tesla,...

Jun 20 2014, 5:45am CDT

Portable Air Conditioners: Are they for Real?

Portable Air Conditioners: Are they for Real? The question to ask in reference to portable air conditioners is this: are they for real?

Jun 19 2014, 3:19am CDT

Bill Nye accused by the CNN Crossfire host S.E. Cupp

Bill Nye accused by the CNN Crossfire host S.E. Cupp Cupp also accused Nye, co-host Van Jones and President Barack Obama’s administration of using “scare tactics” against the public regarding climate change

May 7 2014, 11:00am CDT

Newborn Mouse Deer is going Viral Around the World

Newborn Mouse Deer is going Viral Around the World A Spanish zoo has a new star. A newborn mouse deer (Tragulus Javanicus). Mouse deer are the smallest deer in the world, about the size of a rabbit.

Apr 25 2014, 8:35am CDT

Google grabs drone company Titan Aerospace

Google grabs drone company Titan Aerospace Google definitely knows how to spend its money. First, there was Boston Dynamics. A month later, it was Nest. And today, it's the New Mexico-based drone company Titan Aerospace.

Apr 14 2014, 9:12pm CDT

Nicaragua Earthquake Hits the Western Region of Nicaragua

Nicaragua Earthquake Hits the Western Region of Nicaragua An earthquake hit the western region of Nicaragua. It was followed by an aftershock that affected the inhabitants of the country as well.

Apr 11 2014, 3:40am CDT

IKEA Buys US Wind Farm

IKEA Buys US Wind Farm IKEA announced this morning that it is buying its first wind farm in the United States, a 98 MW wind project in Hoopestown, Illinois (approximately 110 miles south of Chicago).  This purchase represents the single...

Apr 10 2014, 8:33am CDT

UK braces for High Air Pollution Today Caused by Sahara Sand

UK braces for High Air Pollution Today Caused by Sahara Sand People living in parts of England get warned by government of very high air pollution levels caused by Sahara sand.

Apr 2 2014, 3:44am CDT

Japanese Giant Mitsui Leads $60M Investment In A Startup That Turns Pollution Into Pure Money

Japanese Giant Mitsui Leads $60M Investment In A Startup That Turns Pollution Into Pure Money As places like China and India continue to grow, an ever-increasing supply of billowing smoke stacks mark these countries’ landscapes. 7 million people died in 2012 from air pollution. LanzaTech wants to clean...

Mar 26 2014, 2:53am CDT

6 Things You Should Know About The Future

6 Things You Should Know About The Future The future isn’t what we thought it would be.  We don’t walk around in silver suits, travel to colonies on Mars or drive in flying cars.  Instead, we dress casual, take selfies and communicate in 140...

Mar 16 2014, 10:41pm CDT

Katie Couric Debuts as Yahoo News Global Anchor on Friday

Katie Couric Debuts as Yahoo News Global Anchor on Friday Katie is ready to interview Michael Bloomberg, NYC’s Mayor on Friday, March 14th. She is to do this first interview in the capacity of a Yahoo News global anchor.

Mar 11 2014, 8:16am CDT

Chipotle Guacamole Dearth may be Imminent

Chipotle Guacamole: Dearth of Chipotle's Guacamole may be Imminent The guacamole dip served by Chipotle contains avocados which are currently in shortage. This dearth may mean the imminent striking off of certain items from its menu.

Mar 6 2014, 7:31am CST

Chipotle guacamole at risk thanks to global warming

Chipotle guacamole at risk thanks to global warming the sky is not falling says company spokesman

Mar 5 2014, 12:42pm CST

What Does 'The Equivalent of Taking Cars Off The Road' Really Mean?

What Does 'The Equivalent of Taking Cars Off The Road' Really Mean? I saw a press release the other day heralding a new energy technology, which – if fully adopted – would take the equivalent of taking 10,000 cars off the road. It reminded me of a fictional acquaintance years ago...

Feb 25 2014, 7:31am CST

Foreign Company Tries To Seize U.S. Land For Keystone Pipeline

Foreign Company Tries To Seize U.S. Land For Keystone Pipeline TransCanada, a foreign company based in Alberta, Canada decided to use an amendment to the United States Constitution to seize private American citizens’ property to avoid regulators and build the controversial Keystone...

Feb 23 2014, 11:51pm CST

Obama: Tighter Fuel Standards for Heavy Trucks President Obama is drawing a mixed response from industry to his recent call for tighter fuel-efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks. Speaking last week at a Safeway distribution center in Maryland, the...

Feb 21 2014, 10:01pm CST

Google Powers Online Resource Tracking Global Deforestation Last fall, I wrote about efforts by Google and Microsoft to help put some analytics muscle behind tracking various natural resources. Now, Google has teamed up with the World Resources Institute (WRI) and more than 40...

Feb 21 2014, 3:51pm CST

Do We Really Need Nuclear Fusion for Power?

Do We Really Need Nuclear Fusion for Power? The science of nuclear fusion took a major step forward today. The National Ignition Facility (NIF) at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory blasted a small amount of deuterium and...

Feb 13 2014, 2:21am CST

The Internet Of Things: An Industrial Revolution Rather Than The Digital

The Internet Of Things: An Industrial Revolution Rather Than The Digital By Glen Martin Philadelphia’s Centennial Exposition of 1876 was America’s first World’s Fair, and was ostensibly held to mark the nation’s 100th birthday. But it heralded the future as much as it celebrated the past,...

Feb 10 2014, 7:03pm CST

Is Shutting Working Nuclear Plants Jeopardizing Obama's Climate Goals?

Is Shutting Working Nuclear Plants Jeopardizing Obama's Climate Goals? Concern is mounting in the Obama Administration over a growing number of nuclear reactors that are being closed prematurely. For the wrong reasons. On Thursday, Dr. Peter Lyons, Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy...

Feb 9 2014, 8:16pm CST

Europe: Looking towards Low-Carbon Technologies to Get Ahead of the Energy Race

Europe: Looking towards Low-Carbon Technologies to Get Ahead of the Energy Race The European Union’s recent package of proposals on climate and energy policy to 2030 was long on the rhetoric of competitiveness, a reflection of the very real concern in Brussels that Europe’s ability to do business...

Feb 7 2014, 12:20pm CST

With Climate Change, What's Better For The Farm Is Better For The Planet

With Climate Change, What's Better For The Farm Is Better For The Planet Climate change is no longer a doomsday theory about our distant future – it’s here.  Farmers around the world are already dealing with more variable climates and dramatic weather events, like the drought in...

Feb 6 2014, 12:45pm CST

I4U news

Rejecting Keystone XL Pipeline Could Damage U.S. Environmental Movement If President Obama rejects the Keystone XL pipeline, he will set a precedent with potentially devastating impacts for mainstream environmentalism. The Keystone XL pipeline, if approved, would transport oil from the tar...

Feb 4 2014, 8:38am CST

Pension Funds Face New Era of Disclosure On Climate Risks

Pension Funds Face New Era of Disclosure On Climate Risks For more than a decade, as part of the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), investors have been asking the companies they invest in to disclose their carbon emissions, in theory so that they could get a better idea of the...

Feb 3 2014, 11:58pm CST

Watch 60 Years Of Climate Change In 15 Seconds

Watch 60 Years Of Climate Change In 15 Seconds According to NASA, 2013 was tied (with 2009 and 2006) for seventh warmest year globally on record, dating back to 1880. NASA scientists have played a leading role in climate research in recent decades and the agency’s...

Jan 31 2014, 3:16am CST

The Good News Behind the Alarming Energy Headlines

The Good News Behind the Alarming Energy Headlines In Davos, Switzerland the confabbing tycoons at the World Economic Forum spent their Friday fretting over climate change.  The irony of the super-wealthy flying in their private jets to hang out in a luxurious...

Jan 29 2014, 3:05am CST

 2014 'Greenest' (And Eco 'Meanest') Cars

2014 'Greenest' (And Eco 'Meanest') Cars 12 'Greenest' Cars For 2014 You don’t necessarily need to be a card-carrying member of Greenpeace to reap the benefits of an eco-friendly car. Though only 29 percent of car shoppers cited environmental friendliness as...

Jan 29 2014, 2:35am CST

The State of the Union Focused on Fracking Gas

The State of the Union Focused on Fracking Gas President Obama paid much less attention to energy and climate in last night’s fifth State of the Union address than he did in the previous four, highlighting only two specific initiatives: natural-gas fueling stations...

Jan 29 2014, 12:25am CST

 2014 Top 5 Climate and Energy Stories

2014 Top 5 Climate and Energy Stories The U.S. energy picture has shifted dramatically in recent years. The country is currently enjoying booming domestic energy production from multiple sources. And yet, signs of uncertainty abound, especially with...

Jan 28 2014, 4:12am CST

Energy Storage: Winning/Losing In The Market

Energy Storage: Winning/Losing In The Market Bottling up wind and solar energies would be a critical component of their success.  And while such energy storage devices are making market headway, they are losing some ground at the same time. Two current events...

Jan 27 2014, 9:25pm CST