Mommy Greenest’s Yoga Must-Haves

July 23, 2015 by  
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I love yoga. The practice changed my life about 20 years ago, and it’s been my exercise of choice since then. If I do a few yoga classes a week, my back doesn’t hurt and stress kind of rolls over me, rather than rocking my entire world. And I do…

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Carnegie Institution Study Reveals There is Enough Wind Energy to Power the Entire World

September 11, 2012 by  
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Californian Wind Farm Photo via Shutterstock A study from Carnegie Institution for Science, led by Kate Marvel of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has revealed that there is enough wind power to meet all of the world’s energy demands. The US team say that with the help of airborne wind turbines —those that convert steadier and faster high-altitude winds into energy—the planet would be able to generate even more power than with ground- and ocean-based units alone. Read the rest of Carnegie Institution Study Reveals There is Enough Wind Energy to Power the Entire World Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “wind power” , airborne wind turbines , Carnegie Institution for Science , ground based wind energy , high altitude wind energy , lawrence livermore national laboratory , ocean based wind energy , wind energy , wind turbines

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Injured Bald Eagle Gets a New Beak Created with a 3D Printer

September 11, 2012 by  
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Thanks to developments in 3D printing technology, Beauty the Bald Eagle has a new beak and a new lease on life. The bird, who was shot in the face by a poacher in 2005, was rescued by Jane Fink Cantwell of Birds of Prey Northwest .  Thanks to Nate Calvin of Kinetic Engineering Group , Beauty can use her new polymer prosthetic to feed herself, preen, and drink. Read the rest of Injured Bald Eagle Gets a New Beak Created with a 3D Printer Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bald eagle , beak , beauty , birds of prey northwest , boise , jane fink cantwell , kinetic engineering group , nate calvin , prosthetic , solidworks , US Fish and Wildlife Service

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