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"Off the coast of Hawaii, a tall buoy bobs and sways in the water, using the rise and fall of the waves to generate electricity.The current travels through an undersea cable for a mile to a military base, where it feeds into Oahu's power grid the first wav", katu.com
"The Journal Gazette, as Fort Wayne and northeast Indianas largest newsgathering operation, is your best source of local news, sports, business, dining and entertainment information as well as comprehensive auto, home, jobs and classified ads.", www.journalgazette.net
"Remember the cozy virtues of monopolies?It was that long ago that we all bought electricity from the electric company Boston Edison. In those days, they owned the lines, they made the power and the price was regulated.Today one company, Eversource (formerly NStar) owns the power lines and you have a choice of providers. But buying electricity can be tricky if you’re unaware of natural gas price fluctuations, seasonal patterns and the details and limits of the deals you’re offered.", bourne.wickedlocal.com
"New Orleans, LA /News/: Many of Cleco’s customers will receive a free month of electricity in July, possibly August too, as the utility makes good on a promise made earlier this year in return for permission to sell itself to a group of private investors, the company announced M", www.theneworleansadvocate.com
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXIACBFLd8U Experiments at Vanderbilt University have proven a 200-year-old observation that electric eels can leap out of water and shock animals to death, a claim originally made by 19th century biologist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt. During a field trip to the Amazon basin in 1800, Humboldt said he saw electric eels leaping out of the water and delivering enough voltage to kill a horse. But with no scientific studies on the matter, and no similar observations since, many had come to believe that the famous naturalist was exaggerating. 'The first time I read von Humboldt's tale, I thought it was completely bizarre,' said Ken Catania, the Stevenson Professor of Biological Sciences at Vanderbilt University, in Nashville, Tennessee, where the recent experiments were conducted. 'Why would the eels attack the horses instead of swimming away?' The answer, according to Catania, is that the eels felt cornered", nypost.com
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