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Laurence Kemball-Cook (Director at Pavegen Systems ltd. in London) designed a product that can absorb the kinetic energy produced by footsteps and convert it to electricity! Every time one of theses rubber stones is stepped on, it bends a little. This produces kinetic energy, which is then stored in lithium polymer batteries or distributed to nearby lights, displays, etc. This device is currently being tested in the UK.

Posted on April 4, 2010 at 11:55pm

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It has long been my dream to be a mad scientist when I grow up. That's right folks - I want the lab, the white coat, the endless piles of folders, full of research doc**ents and notes. Specifically, I want go into neuroscience. So, ideally, in 10 years I will have finished my bajillion years of schooling and will be actively answering questions and solving problems that have to do with our brains AND how our brains interact with the world (if they do at all - I'm not done exploring that part… Continue

Posted on April 4, 2010 at 10:42pm — 5 Comments

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Don't fight culture.



I feel that global diversity is essential to solving problems and, by eliminating that diversity, we limit the directions in which we can grow as a species. It's easy for me to compare this concept to biodiversity - influencing all the world's cultures to be just like ours in order to help them solve a problem would be like turning all the world's mammals into rats so that they could adapt and flourish in a wider variety of… Continue

Posted on April 4, 2010 at 12:10pm — 2 Comments

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