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Mining the Air: Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Nanofiber Building Materials

Could we mine the air to create carbon nanofiber building materials while reducing emissions? Learn more in this HowStuffWorks Now article.

A Space-Age Gold Rush? We Could Be Mining Asteroids by 2018

Could we be mining asteroids for raw materials by 2018? Learn more about asteroid mining in this HowStuffWorks Now article.

Hull, Clark Leonard

Clark Leonard Hull was a psychologist who contributed to our knowledge of psychology . Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about Clark Leonard Hull.

Cobalt: Essential for Batteries and Bright Blues

HowStuffWorks finds out all about cobalt: Where it's mind, what it's used for, and how it gets that bright blue color.

How Conflict Minerals Work

Conflict minerals may be used in your electronics. Learn more about the violence behind conflict minerals and how to avoid purchasing them.

How Steam Shovels Work

Steam shovels were large excavating machines powered by steam. Learn about the technology behind steam shovels.

What is the biggest truck in the world?

Just how big is the biggest truck in the world? Get the stats on size, payload and weight, and find who holds claim to "biggest truck in the world".

Using Glowing Bacteria and Lasers to Detect Landmines

New research suggests using genetically engineered bacteria to detect landmines. Learn more in this HowStuffWorks article.

How Horsepower Works

Horsepower rates the engine performance of cars and even lawn mowers. Learn what horsepower means, how it is measured and how it works in high-performance cars.

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