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Exercise for Energy - Exercise Intensity, Energy and Fatigue
Keep in mind, however, that this study only looks at the fatigue and energy creation benefits of exercise. Other studies suggest that more intense exercising  ...
Understanding biomass - Role of Biomass in Energy Production
Biomass could play a significant role in the country's future energy portfolio.
Matter-Antimatter Power - Is it Possible? - Space and Astronomy
Usually, antimatter is generated in artificially in labs using high energy ... antimatter from the space around us at a cost less than artificial creation on Earth.
Coal is Not Created Equal - Energy - About.com
Types of coal are ranked by energy, carbon content, and usage.
Power Generation and Storage - Energy - About.com
Energy can be generated from solar power, wind power, geothermal resources, biofuels, nuclear generation, and fossil fuels such as petroleum, coal, and ...
The Most Common Alternative Energy Sources - Saving Energy
Solar energy is used commonly for heating, cooking, the production of electricity, and even in the desalination of seawater. Solar power works by trapping the ...
What Is Wind Power and How Does It Work? - Environmental Issues
When air moves, causing wind, it has kinetic energy—the energy created whenever mass is in motion. With the right technology, the wind's kinetic energy can be ...
What is Electricity! - Inventors - About.com
We get electricity, which is a secondary energy source, from the conversion of ... Before electricity generation began slightly over 100 years ago, houses were lit ...
Origin of the Universe -- the Big Bang Theory Explained
Instead, different types of matter (called matter and anti-matter) collided together, creating pure energy. But as the Universe began to cool during the first few ...
Chloroplast Function in Plant Cell Structure - Biology - About.com
Plastids assist in storing and harvesting needed substances for energy production. A chloroplast contains a green pigment called chlorophyll, which absorbs ...
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