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Electric Now; Hydrogen Later

Unfortunately, it seems that hydrogen power will only become a widely available technology after 15-20 more years of research and development. Isolating what is...

Farewell, Dr. DeBakey

We all come across individuals who dazzle us. People who seem to have it all and then some. People who have earned our sincerest...

Skin Cancer – An Elusive Threat

With over a million new cases diagnosed each year in the United States, skin cancer is indeed a widespread reality. In fact, this form...

To 3G Or Not To 3G

Apple CEO Steve Jobs gave his highly anticipated keynote address at the World Wide Developer Conference 2008 on Monday morning. Donning his typical "keynote...

Alternative Energy

To anyone who plans on pursuing petroleum engineering or anything even remotely related to the oil industry, prepare yourself for a nice bashing. The...


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