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  1. http://dvice.com/archives/2010/04/why-most-green.php I would copy and paste the article, but it has a bunch of pictures and what not. Its a pretty good read.
  2. Sledgstone

    Turning carbon dioxide into fuel

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/TECH/science/10/08/co2.fuel/index.html Wow. Recycle the CO2 back into fuel. Now that would be some green tech. But what was the one part about a poison side effect? Was he talking about poison messing up the process or poison as a side effect? I think he means the former, because if recycling CO2 would mean pumping poison into the atmosphere instead, this would be the worst project ever. X'D But damn, recycling CO2 would actually be pretty huge.
  3. http://dvice.com/archives/2008/08/esl_the_newest.php Click the link for the picture of the bulb. From what I was reading, it sounds like these bulbs will be about the same price as the CFL bulbs. And these don't have mercury vapor in them and they are dimmable. I'm definitely going to buy one of these for my flood light outside. It'll probably last years upon years before I'd have to replace it again.