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The battle between slavery and freedom is very much a contest of tactics, ideas, and willpower. Much like a chess game, it can be very useful to occasionally "turn the board around," to see what the battlefield looks like to your opponent.

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Architecturally pleasing systems that do not distract from the natural lines of the home Complete design freedom with ridge to eave coverage possible

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Make your own solar panels! Do It Yourself solar panel kits include the solar product components that will allow the buyer to assemble components together towards making a solar panel, and might save money compared to buying finished products.

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The Precourt Institute for Energy (PIE) at Stanford engages in a broad-ranging, interdisciplinary program of research and education on energy

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Nickelocene is the organonickel compound with the formula Ni(η5-C5H5)2. Also known as bis(cyclopentadienyl)nickel or NiCp2, this bright green paramagnetic solid is of enduring academic interest,[1] although it yet has no practical applications.

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Ultrafast rechargeable batteries made from low-cost and abundant electrode materials operating in safe aqueous electrolytes could be attractive for electrochemical energy storage.

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There is a great tendency to regard electric vehicles as a relatively new idea, and we are reminded by the 2006 Sony documentary Who Killed the Electric Car? (with Martin Sheen, Tom Hanks, and Mel Gibson) that when electric vehicles appeared in Calif

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These remarkable batteries were developed by Edison in 1901, and many of his batteries more than 70 years old were still producing full capacity. I'm working on a web page to back up this video with more details.