Monthly Archives: May 2007

The Future of Alternative Energy is Cheap, Near and Mostly Solar

First off… sorry to all my loyal readers for not posting in so long. I had some personal issues that distracted me from the blog.

A fan recently emailed me because he was concerned that I’d given up on Our Technological Future.

Rest assured, this is not the case. I’m more technology obsessed than I ever was, and I’m picking it up right from where I left.

In the last 2 months that I haven’t posted, I’ve saved up a looooooooot of techno links. Way too many to post all in one mixed bag post.

Therefore, I picked all the energy links from it and collected them in this post.

If you are ever having a hard time debating a peak oil doomer, just send’em on over to this post.

That’ll teach’em.

200 mph at 200 mpg? That’s the Velozzi hybrid sports car

High Performance Electric Car – COMING SOON!

Boeing working on Fuel Cell Airplane

Solar Building Automatically Shades Itself From The Sun

Eco-car does 3,039km to the Liter

Cheaper, More Efficient Solar Cells

Sweet New Battery Runs on Sugar

Michigan Teen Builds Nuclear Fusion Device

It’s easy being green: Google goes solar

Clean power is coming soon, scientists believe

Solar Power Breakthrough: Solar Dyes Could Be Put In Windows, Clothing

Cheaper solar cells

Solar power breakthrough at Massey

New Solar Panel Design Traps More Light

Solar-Powered Device Converts CO2 to Fuel

Affordable solar power brings light to India

Solar Power at Half the Cost

Shrinking cost for solar power

Incredible Growth for Solar

X Prize: the quest for a 100 mpg car

Top 10 Solar-Powered Devices

5 Reasons Solar Power Works

No Silicon Needed

The End of Peak Oil?

Blueberries Used To Generate Solar Power

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