The price of diesel and petrol is stressing everybody. Availability and price was already an issue In Karl Benz’s days. His early customers had to buy petrol in small quantities from pharmacies that sold it as a cleaning solvent. Henry Ford designed his first cars to run on hemp gasoline, because he believed in
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There’s been a whole lot written about graphene. This so-called miracle material, which consists of a single ‘2D’ layer of graphite atoms, has been posited as a possible game-changer for everything from batteries and transistors to DNA testing and bike tyres.
Indeed, graphene boasts a bevy of amazing properties. For example, it is extremely conductive,
The growing garden trend for artificial grass is seeing more and more people choosing to lay artificial grass down instead of real grass. It’s not hard to see why either – it provides a guaranteed green and lush lawn all year around, and there is absolutely no maintenance. No more pushing a lawn mower
Some would claim that renewable energy needs to think bigger. Green energy has been touted as an inevitable and necessary movement for decades, but its productivity still lags far behind traditional methods.
Solar panels and wind turbines receive a lot of criticism and provide only a small percentage of our energy needs. What we need is