Filtered Water In 2 Minutes with New UV Light Bottle Invention

August 5, 2010 by  
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Image via James Dyson Award Most portable water filters use carbon filters, special membranes with microscopic openings, or chemicals like chlorine or iodine to clean the water and make it save for drinking. However, one of the best systems for purifying water is actually with ultraviolet light.

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Minus Oil:Three Ways Technology Can Curb Our Consumption

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Photo via quapan Our culture is obsessed with technology, and for many people it seems the solution to our environmental conundrums is embedded in the ways we utilize the technology we have to create solutions.

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Multi-year Arctic Sea Ice Continues Dramatic Declines, Even If No New Record Low Likely

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image: NSIDC Recent projections on the extent of Arctic sea ice melt showed, though this year’s melting would be significant, no new record would be set. New data for July from the National Snow and Ice Data Center confirms this trend, but importantly also reveals how older, thicker multi-year ice continues dramatic declines ….

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GOP Candidate: Bike Sharing Threatens Our Personal Freedoms

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Photo via UberGizmo I’ve always been amazed how much opposition simple ideas like promoting bicycling in urban areas receives. After all, what on earth could be wrong with a program that allows residents to rent bikes at multiple locations around a city as a means to conveniently get around — and get some exercise in the process?

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Urban Decay Expands Vegan Line With Limited Edition Eyeshadow Palette

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Urban Decay’s Vegan Palette. Photo courtesy of Urban Decay. Guest bloggers Andrea Donsky and Randy Boyer are co-founders of NaturallySavvy.com .

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