Wednesday, October 4, 2023


HistoryScience & Research

Hydrogen: The Water-Stuff Of To-day, Yesterday, and To-Morrow

Hydrogen has an interesting and complex past– as a fuel source, as a major component of other fuel sources, and as a primary constituent of the universe in general- and a potentially ever more interesting future. But there are some sticking points.

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ConstructionEnergy EfficiencyHousing

Radiators Vs. Forced Air: Who Will Triumph In Efficiency?

A recent Twitter debate prompted me to think about whether we can’t come up with a better metric to compare the efficiencies of heating systems using radically different methods of thermal transfer. As you can probably guess, there is a better way– but it’s not easy to figure out.

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EnergyEnergy EfficiencyMidwestScience & Research

Remembering George Crabtree (1944-2023)

The energy sector lost a giant this week in the passing of Dr. George Crabtree, who was one of the

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