Post-election, coal stocks are down and coal-mine owner Robert Murray is praying for forgiveness for the "drastic decisions" he now must make.
Most concrete is lazy. It sits around and waits for someone else to patch it. But not this, the Horatio Alger of concretes.
We are jealous we didn't think of this first.
Human ears are basically a fleshy battery.
We'll get through this together, if we all promise to eat crap for a while.
A conservative columnist argues that oil was the cure for Sandy. Oil does not, however, cure stupid.
Post-Sandy, our idea of "emergency supplies" might expand beyond canned goods and water to include one of these cell-charging innovations.
Among all of the terrible ways to get rid of nuclear waste, there's one that stands above the rest for being a little less horrible: turning the radioactive parts into glass, a process called “vitrification.”
$1 million dollars. What'd you think we meant?