Links for the week of October 26th, 2010

If you want to follow my shared links in real time instead of as a weekly digest, head over to Delicious. You can search them there easily too.

  • Solar cells thinner than wavelengths of light hold huge power potential – Awesome nanotech organic solar cell possibilities. And of course the work funded by the Saudis, and carried out by two Chinese and one Indian researchers… at Stanford. We’re coasting here people.
  • In war on cars, cars winning – Ahh, nothing like a good parking flame war. Hopefully we can look forward to the same level of enlightened debate here in Boulder some day soon.
  • RealClimate: Seeing Red – An overview of the dynamics of the pine bark beetle epidemic being experienced in Colorado and the rest of the intermountain west. Part 1 of 2+.

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Zane Selvans

A former space explorer, now marooned on a beautiful, dying world.

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