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An Oregon State University study has shown that automobile tires could someday be made partially out of trees—and they would perform better than silica-based rubber tires, save people money on fuel costs, and cost less to purchase. It sounds like they are "barking up the right tree"!

Published in Energy
In 1995, the maximum speed limit on interstate highways in the United States was changed from 55 miles per hour (mph) nationwide to a state-regulated system (that resulted in many speeds of 65 mph or above). A research study concludes that the change directly caused an extra 12,500 deaths over the next ten years on U.S. interstates.

Published in Health
Even though the global economy is in a financial downturn, Tesla Motors is continuing with its plans to produce an all-electric car in the United States. Its slick, seven-seat Tesla Model S was unveiled in California.

Published in Energy




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