How energy revolutions have shaped our world

Energy sources have been constantly changing the world. In a few generations to come, fossil fuels may well be a thing of the past.

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Shadi Katyal

7 years ago

It is nice to learn about the history and how it shows that such power is the cause of technical development in the West.
we are still burning oil lamps in majority of India and thus are far behind in any development.
More oil resources are wasted by small generators and power cuts donot allow any industry to flourish.We talk of pollution but we also against coal fired power houses. 60-70% village have no electric power and those which are counted may have just a bulb in the village and we call it electrified.
We will have to do more than what is now if we wish to be a flourishing nation. Look at China how quickly they developed their power resources both coal fired and hydro but we beleive in stopage of such proejcts by dharnas etc.

A read-aloud reader for the blind

Intel has come out with a device that takes a picture of a page of text and converts it into speech. This will help people with dyslexia, low vision or blindness, who find reading printed text difficult or impossible.

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The land of the setting sun

Around 94% of Japan’s debt is held by the people, pension funds and life insurance companies. But with the country’s population on the decline, all the buyers of Japan’s debt are turning into sellers. Japanese government bonds are in deep trouble.

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