Cellphone Companies Vs. Hurricanes

Strong winds, torrential rain, and power outages can threaten cellular usage. When cellular communication is down, people are left without the only source of communication they may have. Police and first responders are left without a way to communicate with each other. That’s why cell phone companies prepare for the worst.

Cell phone towers are built to withstand heavy winds and rains. Sprints’ towers are reported to withstand 110 mph winds. Many towers also either have a battery backup or a diesel generator backup that can power a tower when power outages occur, thus allowing towers to continue to have a signal. Companies also build sandbags to protect towers from potential flooding.

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Where's the Electric Car?

The entire world has been bound to gasoline almost since the inception of the first successful gasoline car built in 1893 by Charles Edgar Duryea and his brother Frank. While we can’t say for sure where exactly we went wrong, our reliance on foreign oil has led to a crisis that we face at the gas pump today. With gasoline prices biting at nearly $5 per gallon, it’s clear that while prices may go up and down, it could be less than 2 years before we see $6 per gallon in the United States alone.

While it seems like an electric car is far off in the future, the fact is that they’re somewhat readily available to us now. Hybrid technology allows cars to run off of electricity that is generated once the car is in motion. When the car comes to a complete stop, the engine completely shuts off while electric components continue running. This essentially increases your mileage for more than double what it is for regular gas cars today. Each year, new hybrid cars are released that offer a higher MPG than the year before, and our reliance on oil can slowly drop.

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Close Encounter: Huge Asteroid to Pass Within 201,000 Miles of Earth

A huge asteroid is set to pass close to earth. This asteroid is set to pass about 201,000 miles of the surface of earth. This is not the first time that the Earth has had a close encounter with a asteroid. Scientist claim that there is absolutely no way that the asteroid will crash into earth.

This brings up a broader question about the safety and security of the people that reside on earth. Is it possible that the earth could eventually find itself in a situation where a asteroid of this size crashes into its surface. The answer is yes, but scientists do not see this situation happen for centuries.

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New Absorbent For Removing Radioactive Material

Nuclear power plants are located close to sources of water, which is used as a coolant to handle the waste heat discharged by the plants. This means that water contaminated with radioactive material is often one of the problems to arise after a nuclear disaster. Researchers at Australia's Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have now developed what they say is a world-first intelligent absorbent that is capable of removing radioactive material from large amounts of contaminated water, resulting in clean water and concentrated waste that can be stored more efficiently.

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Portable Rotisserie Packs Up Like A Briefcase

The Carson Portable Rotisserie Grill automatically rotates up to seven skewers of meat or veggies over a charcoal fire, but folds into a compact case when not in use. When opened, the bottom of the unit houses a heat-resistant porcelain charcoal tray, while the inside of the lid incorporates receptacle slots for seven skewers - the package comes with three medium metal skewers and one small. A motor inside the lid slowly rotates those skewers, while a metal rack serves to both support their weight and shelter the charcoal from the wind. The Carson Portable Rotisserie Grill certainly looks like a nifty gadget, but it doesn't come cheap - expect to pay US $719.

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