How To Build a Solar Powered Car for Your Kids

Here's a little tricky experiment that you can do on your own at home. It's very simple to do, all you have to have...

Build a Joe Cell Hydrogen Generator from a Silicone Tube! (video)

In the times when gas prices rise and rise, and there's no optimistic future for our pockets, hydrogen and Brown's gas generation look more and...

DIY Solar Cell from Tea and Donuts

The Holy Grail of energy has been, is, and will be the solar power. Numerous solutions of converting solar power have existed along the centuries, and people have always used the Sun to power things up, except for the last hundred years or so - that's the main reason we all got into troubles with mother nature.

A Chemical Reaction That Could Level CO2 Emissions and Generate Power

A chemical reaction that turns carbon dioxide into a solid and on the top of it, releases energy, has been discovered by a Michigan...

Fuel Vapors System Runs Car in Charlotte County

Have your every drove your car on "fumes"? They're gas vapors that form when it evaporates. One man, John Weston, from Charlottle County, FL, has found these fumes useful and made a fueling system out of them so his car gets an incredible mileage: 463 miles per gallon! In European measurements (if I'm correct) this is 0.8L/100km!!! Wow! Not even VW's latest gadget car can't get this mileage!

World’s Only Solid Hydrogen Piece Has Disappeared

It would appear the the first possible instance of solid hydrogen has disappeared, if it was ever there to begin with. In a terrible...

DIY Stirling Engine Boat Tutorial

There are many ways for building a stirling engine boat. You can either use a frame of square lumbers or fiber-reinforced plastic. However, piling thick...

Scientists Produce Solid Hydrogen Superconductor

A study published in journal Science yesterday claims that for the first time in the history of mankind, solid hydrogen exists on earth. This solid...

New Mitochondria Fuel Cells Could Generate Electricity From Sugar or Fats

Mitochondria, also called "the cells' powerhouses", may one day replace batteries as we know them. Scientists from the University of Missouri invented and developed a new fuel cell based on these also called "organelles" (the internal organs of cells). The fuel cell is able to feed on sugars and fats, just like mitochondria in the organisms do.

MythBusters’ Bubble Bike Reduces Emissions and Boosts Fuel Efficiency

We've got to love the MythBusters on The Discovery Channel. These guys have the incredible ability to break all, OK maybe not all, but...