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The 15 most fuel-efficient cars for 2010 | http://su.pr/2oRSL4 /via @GOOD

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The 15 most fuel-efficient cars for 2010 | http://su.pr/2oRSL4 /via @GOOD

The 15 Most Fuel-efficient Cars for 2010

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The 15 Most Fuel-efficient Cars for 2010

Engineers Solve 80-Year Old Puzzle to Make Computer Modeling 100,000 Times Faster [Science]

gizmodo.com
A quantum physics breakthrough that can predict the kinetic energy of electrons in simple metals—and semiconductors—will enable computers to simulate the behavior of new materials up to 100,000 times faster than they currently can. That's huge. Princeton engineer Emily Carter led the project, which took an equation by Llewellyn Hilleth...
Engineers Solve 80-Year Old Puzzle to Make Computer Modeling 100,000 Times Faster [Science]
What you need to know about the new fuel efficiency standard

Inhabitat's Week in Green: go-kart made of Lego bricks, TOTO toilet bike and the launch of 'Willow Glass'

www.engadget.com
Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. As we head towards the home stretch of the 2012 presidential campaign, we're closely watching both candidates to see what they're doing for the...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: go-kart made of Lego bricks, TOTO toilet bike and the launch of 'Willow Glass'

My car is smarter than me--and I get better gas mileage for it.

arstechnica.com
In some ways, the arrival of the car around 130 years ago represented a dumbing down of transportation. I'm not saying those early cars weren't impressive engineering feats; they were, and continue to be. But your average horse possesses a certain intelligence that your average horseless carriage lacks (and that's...
My car is smarter than me--and I get better gas mileage for it.
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Newt Gingrich Is Still Seriously Stoked About Driverless Cars

betabeat.com
It’s Newt! (Photo: Twitter) Today, Newt Gingrich–as promised on his Twitter feed–devoted a whole installment of “Newt University” to the topic of driverless cars. The thirty-minute session was, essentially, a one-way Google Hangout with Mr. Gingrich talking your ear off about THE FUTURE. “The game-changer, psychologically, is the Google driverless...
Newt Gingrich Is Still Seriously Stoked About Driverless Cars

Corning's Gorilla Glass might be key to quiet, fuel-efficient cars

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Corning's Gorilla Glass might soon step out of its phone- and tablet-filled lifestyle to explore a bigger part of the jungle. The material -- used thus far to make a plethora of scratch-resistant mobile device screens -- could replace some of the standard glass on car windows, according to...
Corning's Gorilla Glass might be key to quiet, fuel-efficient cars
A look under the hood: why electric car startup Fisker crashed and burned
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