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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Bill Gates has been searching for an "energy miracle," and says this could be the one

The sun was out in full force the fall morning I arrived at Caltech to visit Professor Nate Lewis’s research laboratory. Temperatures in southern California had soared to 20 degrees above normal, prompting the National Weather Service to issue warnings for extreme fire danger and heat-related illnesses.

The weather was a fitting introduction to what I had come to see inside Nate’s lab—how we might be able to tap the sun’s tremendous energy to make fuels to power cars, trucks, ships, and airplanes.



Anonymous said...

Republicans will oppose just like every alternative energy source. Why invest in new technology when you can keep coal alive.

Anonymous said...

Water is the answer to so many things.

Anonymous said...

Very long wordy article of platitudes and very little facts