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Science & The Simpsons, Part II: What does the future of energy hold?
March 10, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

Editor’s note: In our last post, we left off with Radioactive Man battling The Fossil Fuel Four, an episode of The Simpsons where the show personifies all major aspects for retrieving and releasing energy. Nuclear energy (fission) is represented by Radioactive Man, and his sidekicks Solar Citizen and Wind Lad represent solar and wind power respectively. […]

The road to self-sufficiency: How cities are transitioning to renewable energy — and how Houston can, too
June 10, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

What would it take to go all renewable? What would it take to use exclusively renewable energy resources? What would you have to add to or take away from your home? How would your life change? For most of my energy entries, I’ve talked about conservation at the individual level. That’s because I know we […]

Add it up: Doing the math on electric cars
October 31, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

Editor’s note: The opinions expressed by our contributing staff writers are their own and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Electric cars are a popular idea. You see them in movies, hear about them in songs, and especially get to know them via inventive commercials. They claim that […]

It’s Easy Being Green
April 17, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

When you think of ecology for kids, you probably think of pine cones, bird feeders and planting seeds. Not us! For the 2009 camp season, I am helping to write the curriculum for a new Xplorations Summer Camp called It’s Easy Being Green.  So, when WE think of ecology for kids, we think solar-powered electromagnets, […]


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