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  • Did you create and tend a food garden last spring/summer? Are you planning to do so again in the coming year? These long winter evenings are perfect for making notes about what worked (or didn't) last year so you can plan...
  •   Did you know that writing things out by hand keeps your brain cells active, and even helps you retain information? It also improves hand-eye coordination, and has a soothing, meditative effect on your entire body...
  •   Did you know that writing things out by hand keeps your brain cells active, and even helps you retain information? It also improves hand-eye coordination, and has a soothing, meditative effect on your entire body...
  • Greenhouse gasses may not be the sole culprit behind climate change. According to a new study, ocean currents also play a huge part in regulating our climate. Phys.org reports that Rutgers University research shows major...
  • Inhabitat’s very own design writer Andrew Goodwin launched a new socially-responsible journal this month with his partner Matthew Linden. After a year of planning, the pair debuted PUBLIC Journal - a quarterly print and...
  • A poll follows. Over at Bishop Hill, he’s listed some quotes from Geoffry Boulton on scientific integrity that I found interesting. He writes (with apologies for posting in full, I couldn’t see any way to excerpt...
  • New journal launched Wed, 26 Jan 11, 7:29am
    This new journal doesn’t seem to have the haughtiness seen by some other journals. I hope they provide letters suitable for framing. I suggest everyone submit a paper here at least twice, because as we know, three’s...
  • A Conversation with the Author Fri, 14 Jan 11, 6:08am
    Guest post by Michael A. Lewis, Ph.D In a New Year’s Day post, Anthony mounted the Abstract from a Paper titled Warming Power of CO2: Correlations with temperature change. Subsequent comments raised some questions...
  • If you’re feeling bummed about having to head back to school (yes, it’s almost that time already!), cheer yourself up with these vibrant and stylish notebooks, planners and journals from ecosystem...
  • Confession time: I am sort of a journal fiend. I feel incomplete leaving the house without some sort of notebook for jotting down ideas. It’s fun to buy a journal, but my inner crafter sometimes wishes I’d get...
  • Energy Journal Roundup: July 2009 Fri, 17 Jul 09, 12:25am
    Feature Article Raukas, A., Punning, J., 2009, Environmental Problems in the Estonian oil shale industry, Volume 2, 2009, page 723 – 728
  • Energy Journal Roundup: June 2009 Wed, 17 Jun 09, 10:38pm
    Feature Article Aguilera, R.F., 2009, Oil Supply in Central and South America, Energy Policy, Vol. 37, is. 8, pp. 2916
  • Energy Journal Roundup: May 2009 Sun, 17 May 09, 12:05am
    FEATURE ARTICLE Mikael Höök, Robert Hirsch, Kjell Aleklett, 2009. Giant oil field decline rates and their influence on world oil production, Energy Policy, Volume 37, Issue 6, June 2009, Pages 2262-2272
  • Energy Journal Roundup: April 2009 Tue, 21 Apr 09, 11:55pm
    We are starting a new monthly series today. Once a month, a selection of peer reviewed articles from several Energy Journals will be posted on the Oil Drum by Rembrandt and EROI Guy. The journals from which we select articles...
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