Bottled water may seem harmless, but perhaps that’s because you haven’t thought of what “spring water” really means.
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Being for or against coal may sound simple, until you understand how our energy choices affect the poorest, and richest, among us.
The lightbulb efficiency standards are getting a lot of press coverage, but the real changes are a lot more boring than you’d think.
Admit it, you clean up your messy data by hand in Excel. You SHOULD be using these tools instead.
If you drink cup after cup of hot tea or coffee, you’ll want to know the most efficient way to boil your water. We’ve done the experiment and have the answers!
Would you shop at a grocery store with no prices?
Whether your improving a recipe, testing out a new marketing strategy, or calming a crying baby, you are doing experiments. Here’s a little-known method to get better results in less time.
With the catastrophe gripping the Fukushima reactor in Japan, you may be wondering, “How much radiation is too much?”
There’s nothing more frustrating than being stuck in traffic. Except when you realize there was no reason for the traffic in the first place!
Did you guess what data went in to the mystery map? Find out now!