Jeremy Clarkson introduces Amazon’s Prime Air drone delivery in charming video

December 1, 2015 by  
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When Amazon launched its Prime membership service, tons of people were lured in by the free two-day shipping aspect, never mind all the other perks. But Prime members never dreamed there would come a day when those priority packages would be delivered not by a person dressed in brown but by a semi-autonomous flying drone dressed in white and blue. Amazon’s new delivery drone prototype, known as Prime Air (obviously), was originally promised two years ago and now the Washington-based mega retailer has released a teaser ad to show how it’s done. Read the rest of Jeremy Clarkson introduces Amazon’s Prime Air drone delivery in charming video

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In Defence of the Eco-Elite: Robert Llewellyn on Solar, EVs, Jeremy Clarkson and Feed In Tariffs (Video)

November 3, 2011 by  
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A comedy legend weight in on wealth, environmentalism, solar subsidies, Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson and Red Dwarf.

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"This Space Available": Film Looks At Advertising As Visual Pollution in Public Spaces (Video)

November 3, 2011 by  
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A new documentary takes a look at how corporate advertising is taking over our public spaces, and how people are reclaiming those spaces.

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Teslas, TH!NKs, and Folding Bikes: Top 5 Electric Vehicle Videos

December 14, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Ecotricity Jeremy Clarkson may not want you to know it , but the days when electric car meant ‘glorified golf cart’ are looking like they are well and truly over. And there’s no shortage of enthusiasts out there capturing the automotive revolution on their cameras.

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Top Gear Names 3rd Gen Toyota Prius "City Car of the Year" for 2009

December 7, 2009 by  
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Photos: Top Gear, Toyota Not As Exciting as the Atom, But Gets the Job Done The popular TV show Top Gear has just announced that the 3rd generation Toyota Prius won its City Car of the Year award for 2009 (the Prius also won Car of the Year in Japan ).

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More Than You Paid For: BPA Found in Cash Register Receipts

December 7, 2009 by  
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Image via: Billaday on Flickr.com We’ve devoted plenty of time and space to exposing BPA in our water bottles , and to documenting the phase-out of BPA , (or Bisphenol A) but did you know that you come in contact with BPA every day (well, more than likely every day) and you don’t even know it? Turns out, there is one more downside to shopping and consuming: you’re putting even more BPA out into the environment,

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Earth’s Temperature 30-50% More Sensitive to CO2 than Previously Thought

December 7, 2009 by  
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Image credit: suburbanbloke /Flickr Studying past climates can help scientists predict how the planet will change in the future. Using historical data, scientists at the University of Bristol, have developed a new model of climate change they believe is more accurate than previous estimates. Leaving certain data out of climate models, researchers discovered, has led to exceedingly modest estimates of the effect of carbon emissions on the planet….

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SunCentral Computerized Mirror Array Brings Daylight Deep Into Buildings

December 7, 2009 by  
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Daylighting, using natural instead of artificial, gives us the best quality of light with the lowest footprint. A hundred years ago there were all kinds of technologies to bring daylight deep into buildings, but they all were pitched in favour of the electric light. But as we noted a few weeks ago, in our post Daylighting Is Making a Comeback , computer controls are making it possible to deliver natural light that is controlled with the precision of artificial light

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Underground Houses: Vals House by SeArch and Christian Müller Architects

December 7, 2009 by  
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Images by Iwan Baan In memory of the late Malcolm Wells , we look at underground houses. There are a lot of benefits to building houses underground; they are cheap, almost free, to heat and cool, and they don’t block the views. Wells probably would have found this house by SeArch and Christian Müller Architects a bit over the top; his works were more modest and restrained

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The Roof is on Solar: California School District to Launch Largest Install of its Kind

December 7, 2009 by  
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Credit: SunEdison . A California school district is set to roll out the most comprehensive solar program of its kind in the United States.

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