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Planethopia is dedicated to nature, planet Earth and all inhabitants around the globe. It has global meaning and puts an accent on energy sources such as solar, wind, nuclear and other forms of energy accessible to us all around the planet.

Owner: brynh

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Tags: global warming, alternative energy, fossil fuels, planet Earth, green planet

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  • Eco Air Travel – 2013’s Most Exciting DevelopmentsFlying has always been one of the most polluting and uneconomical forms of travel, mainly due to the massive amounts of fuel required and the subsequently huge emissions. But eco air travel has been progressing with some very promising developments w...
  • Thorium nuclear energy – just a dream or our futureImagine a cheap, plentiful source of energy that could provide safe, emissions-free power for hundreds of years without refueling and without any risk of nuclear proliferation. The fuel is thorium, and it has been trumpeted by proponents as a superf...
  • Why every major city should have an LO2PIn August last year the winner of the eVolo’s 2011 Skyscraper Competition was announced and it couldn’t have gone to a more worthy project. The LO2P is one of the most forward thinking buildings ever designed, aiming to cleanse one of the worlds...
  • Why every major city should have an LO2P
    on Mar 8, 2012
    In August last year the winner of the eVolo’s 2011 Skyscraper Competition was announced and it couldn’t have gone to a more worthy project. The LO2P is one of the most forward thinking buildings ever designed, aiming to cleanse one of the worlds...
  • Two sides of renewable energy
    on Sep 30, 2011
    Wind and solar energy, in particular, are touted as the energy sources of the future. But entrepreneurs have tried to harness both for centuries. Their limited utility and obstacles, documented since the 1800s, explain why wind and solar make up just...
  • Solar satellites – good green energy source?
    on Jun 15, 2011
    With gas prices on the rise, the race is on for cheap alternative fuel sources, including solar power. The major criticisms against solar power facilities, such as wind farms, are unreliability and inefficiency. Solar power depends on some environmen...
  • Everest glacier is melting due to global warming
    on Jun 1, 2011
    Glacial ice is formed from highly compressed snow. In areas of the world where more snow falls each year than can melt or evaporate, the snow builds up and its structure gradually changes. After that, the compressed snow, known as firn is transforme...
  • Japan’s new energy plan
    on May 13, 2011
    After nuclear catastrophe in Northeastern Japan, that country may have a bit different shaped energy policy investing more in solar power technology, alternative energy of biomass and wind turbines. Previous plan to increase the number of nuclear pow...
  • 10 strongest earthquakes in modern history
    on May 5, 2011
    Here is a list of the 10 strongest earthquakes recorded in the last century, according to their magnitude: May 22, 1960 – Chile – An earthquake measuring 9.5 on the Richter scale struck Santiago and Concepcion, triggering tidal waves and...
  • Fossil fuels depletion in future
    on Feb 11, 2011
    If we consider that the total energy consumed worldwide, 85% is non-electric, and consists mostly of fossil fuel applications, foremost among them oil, we understand the magnitude of the task of replacing primary energy sources from fossil fuels, and...
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