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The Patent for the First Practical Solar Cell

A look at the history of the solar power cell including an annotated explanation of the original patent.

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Fossil Fuels - Coal, Oil and Natural Gas

A quick introduction to fossil fuels.

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How Fuel Processors Work

A brief description of how Fuel Processors work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.

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How Cell Phones Work

A brief description of how Cell Phones work from HowStuffWorks.com.

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How Fuel Injection Systems Work

A brief description of how Fuel Injection Systems work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.

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How Cell-Phone Services Work

A brief description of how Cell-Phone Services work from HowStuffWorks.com.

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Renewable energy - from sunlight to electricity

Instructions on how to make a solar cell ribena and other equipment.

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13 unexpected sources of energy that could save the world

13 unconventional alternatives to fossil fuels.

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Rechargeable cells

An annotated diagram from How It Works looking at rechargeable batteries.

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Proton Fusion

This is the process which fuels the Sun and other stars which have core temperatures less than 15 million Kelvin. A reaction cycle yields about 15 MeV of energy.

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