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Page from Hyperphysics explaining radiant power, luminous power and the unit lumens.
Advice from the UK Department of Health.
A brief description of how Power Paper Will work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. Information about future developments of Power Paper- a company based in Israel.
A brief description of how PC Power Supplies work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. More content on later pages about the sitting and position of power supplies in PCs
A wonderful description of what happened to telegraph stations during extreme space weather Carrington Event in 1859.
This site allows you to convert between a wide variety of Power units.
Jon Clarke explains how cyclists can use physics to explain certain limitations to their performance and to get the best out it's all about power.
Birds can sit on power lines that have extremely high voltage, find out how they can do this and survive.
This is an index page for topics related to power and explains the concept. Click on the bubbles to access the topics.
An overview of different wave power technologies (including the Salter duck, Pelamis and Oscillating Water Column), and a discussion of their economic, social and envionmental implications.
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