Month: May 2022

By Simon Alvarez Posted on May 29, 2022 Tesla recently rolled out an update to its vehicles’ navigation system that makes energy consumption calculations incredibly accurate. The update was released as part of software version 2022.16.0.2.  Prior to the update, Tesla’s navigation system predicted a vehicle’s energy usage using data like distance, elevation changes, and
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The Biden administration is reaching out to the oil industry to inquire about restarting shuttered refineries, as the White House scrambles to address record high-gasoline prices that are setting off political alarm bells ahead of the midterm elections. Members of the National Economic Council and other officials have inquired within the industry about factors that
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In this article ETH= WASHINGTON — It’s been a brutal few weeks for the crypto market. Half a trillion dollars was wiped off the sector’s market cap as terraUSD, one of the most popular U.S. dollar-pegged stablecoins, imploded virtually overnight. Meanwhile, digital coins such as ether continue to take a beating on the price charts,
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This is a close up view of an X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy system being used at the Idaho National Lab measuring surface chemistry on a potential candidate material to use for fusion. Masashi Shimada has been researching nuclear fusion since 2000, when he joined the graduate program at University of California San Diego. He’s currently the
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The G7, made up of the world’s largest economies, today agreed to “predominantly decarbonized electricity sectors by 2035.” The G7 also agreed to end government financing for international coal-fired power generation and speed up the phase-out of unabated coal plants by 2035. “Unabated” refers to electricity generation that doesn’t use technology to capture emissions.  The
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