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Solar Industry, Steel Workers Applaud Obama's Climate Change Initiatives BY: EDGAR MEZA 26. JUNE 2013 |
Science & Tech  (tags: thank you, energy, environment, science, research, safety, scientists, men, women, children, inventions, Gizmos, habitat, health, tech, performance, concept, design )

Ruth
- 306 days ago - pv-magazine.com
"The U.S. currently has an installed cumulative solar electric capacity of more than 8.5 GW - enough to power more than 1.3 million homes, Resch explained, pointing out that in the first quarter of 2013, more than 48% of new electricity...was solar." TY
How Men's Brains Are Wired Differently Than Women's
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, interesting, research, study, brains, men, women, differences )

Giana
- 323 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Men aren't from Mars and women aren't from Venus, but their brains really are wired differently, a new study suggests.
Finally, Buildings Are Going Net- Zero Water With Composting Toilets Lloyd Alter Design / Bathroom Design April 29, 2011
Science & Tech  (tags: water, research, men, women, children, science, scientists, society, safety, health, environment, NewTechnology, technology, performance, habitat, tech, world )

Ruth
- 343 days ago - treehugger.com
"Water and sewage piping are the arteries and veins of our cities, requiring huge investment in infrastructure and maintenance. But have the technology both to collect and clean rainwater, and deal with human waste locally, to go "off-pipe"..is beginning"
Beauty and Brains DO Go Together! Study Claims Good-Looking Men and Women Have Higher IQs
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Anna
- 1375 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Handsome men and women often appear to be blessed with lucky lives. Now research has shown they are cleverer than most people as well.Studies in Britain and America have found they have IQs 14 points above average.The findings dispel the myth of the dumb
When We Cry We May Be Doing More Than Expressing Emotion
Science & Tech  (tags: tears, cry, women, men, emotions, expressing, chemical, signals, influence, research )

Sandra
- 1384 days ago - nytimes.com
When we cry we may be doing more than expressing emotion. Our tears, according to striking new research, may be sending chemical signals that influence the behavior of other people
The Male Brain -- How It's Wired
Science & Tech  (tags: men, brains, science, studies )

Rosemary
- 1906 days ago - cnn.com
(OPRAH.com) -- The more science learns about how men are different from us (right down to the structure of their brains), the more we find ourselves hoping it will finally explain some age-old mysteries. For instance:
The Good Husband - Is It All in His Genes?
Science & Tech  (tags: genes, genetic variant, allele, vasopressin, men, marriage, biology, husbands )

RC
- 2242 days ago - washingtonpost.com
Men - can't live with 'em, can't kill 'em. But an amazing discovery by the Karolinska Institute has shown a definitive link between a particular genetic variant that occurs in 2 out of 5 men and a man's ability to be a warm and loving partner.
Does This Show There's Life on Mars? - NASA
Science & Tech  (tags: mars, men, aliens, nasa, martian, scientists, humour )

Chrissy
- 2465 days ago - timesonline.co.uk
Is it a rock? A trick of Martian light on the eye? Or Osama Bin Laden waving from his barren hideout 300 million miles from planet earth? NASA scientists have been puzzled by the peculiarly life-like image which has been beamed back to earth by one of the
What Is Fibromyalgia?
Science & Tech  (tags: medicine, health, healthcare, interesting, research, treatment, women, men, science, tech, technology )

Carla
- 2477 days ago - meditherm.co.nz
The USA Fibromyalgia Association put out this story. The photo is the Autoimmune Pattern showed by thermal imaging
Scientists Have Found a Difference Between the Brain of a Straight Man and That of a Gay Man: Homosexuals Have More Feminine
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, homosexuality, brain, Gay, science, men, women )

Eduardo
- 2538 days ago - news.softpedia.com
The posterior corpus callosum was larger in homosexual than heterosexual men. In women, the corpus callosum is much bigger than in men. That's why women have their brain functions more distributed, while men have a more "asymmetrical" brain.
Getting Married Saps Your Testosterone
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, men, Africa, testosterone levels, marry )

Eduardo
- 2561 days ago - newscientist.com
Ariaal men remain single "warriors" until they are around 30, at which time they marry one or more women. those with one wife had lower levels of the hormone than unmarried men, and men with more than one wife had the lowest levels of all.
Why Males Die Before Females
Science & Tech  (tags: Men, Sex, Death, Science, Health )

Mari
- 2561 days ago - news.yahoo.com
In humans and many other animals, males age faster and die earlier than females. New research suggests this might happen because of intense competition over sex. Scientists compared
   

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