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Richard A. Muller Guest Contributor

  • The Physics of Gluttony

    The obesity epidemic has a simple solution. If you want to lose weight, either eat less, or breathe more.

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  • A Pollution-Free Hydrogen Economy? Not So Soon

    Electric cars powered by hydrogen fuel cells don’t produce greenhouse-enhancing carbon dioxide. But producing hydrogen does-and if we want to reduce our petroleum dependence, we’re going to have to reconcile ourselves to that fact.

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  • The Physics Diet

    Want to lose weight? Easy! Just remember the first law of thermodynamics: conservation of energy. Oh, and you’ll have to not mind being hungry.

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  • Less Lethal Weapons

    Are they honorable or horrible? We don’t yet know-but they might give us valuable options in Iraq and elsewhere.

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  • The Conservation Bomb

    There will be 10 billion people on Earth by 2100–and all of them can live comfortably if advances in energy-saving technology continue.

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  • The Military Takes Stock in Iraq

    Politics aside, the Iraq war had its ups and downs. Those who fought it are busily analyzing the successes and failures.

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