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Renewable Energy: The Tipping Point

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Renewable power from solar panels and wind farms is falling rapidly in price and is now approaching grid parity.

The problem is that there has been no economic way to store excess power to cover the periods when renewable power is not being produced.

But now new breakthrough in battery technology suggest that renewable power will become a practical alternative to fossil fuel power in the near future.

Renewable power is approaching a tipping point.

Glimpses of the Future – July 2016

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Promising Trials of Blood Test To Detect Alzheimer’s

Ideally, everyone over 50 should have access to a routine blood test to check for early indications of Alzheimer’s Disease.

That possibility has now come one step closer with the successful trial of just such a test which recorded results of “unparalleled accuracy.”

“It is now generally believed that Alzheimer’s-related changes begin in the brain at least a decade before the emergence of telltale symptoms,” says Dr. Robert Nagele, from Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Read More