Pee: it’s not just for toilets anymore! Scientists at Ohio University say urine from humans and animals can be used to make hydrogen, which creates the hydrogen gas used in fuels when an electric current is sent through it. The power of pee could hypothetically be used to get 90 miles to the gallon on… More »
Lake Superior State University released its 34th version of their annual List of Words to Be Banished from the Queen’s English for Mis-use, Over-use and General Uselessness earlier this week. Inspired by interest in the environment, frenzy over politics, and the economic downturn, the 15 entries selected from over 5,000 nominations include:
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Today is Earth Day, so we asked the ladies at Babeland how to have a sex life that will make you and the planet happy.
Use rechargeable toys. The days of AA batteries are over. Rechargeable toys are at full capacity in an hour or two and can last for two to four hours of… More »
Don’t you think Amelia should have a green wedding? I do, and I have so much say in the matter. If she has her wedding in New York, where she lives, most of the guests can just hop on the subway to get to the ceremony and reception, and Portovert, a green wedding website, can… More »
The 20th season of The Real World premieres tonight at 10 p.m. on MTV. Yawn. This time, they’re living in an environmentally friendly home in Hollywood that looks like the set for a kids’ TV show. The place features a salt-water pool, a computer that runs on a battery that’s charged by riding a bike… More »