Kraken Energy Completes Updated Geological Model and First Modern Geological Mapping Program at Apex Uranium Project in Nevada

Get inside Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. Vancouver, British Columbia – (Newsfile Corp. – June 9, 2022) – Kraken Energy Corp. (CSE: UUSA) (OTCQB: UUSAF) (the “Company“or”Kraken“) is pleased to announce that it has completed a new digital model of the past-producing Apex Uranium Mine in Lander County, Nevada … Read more

Sun Science: How the sneaky nature of ultraviolet light works

ROCHESTER, NY (WROC) – Being exposed to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun is the reason we get sunburned from time to time. FUN FACT: Did you know that while UV rays are invisible to humans, some insects such as bumblebees can see them? UV rays sourced from the sun are subdivided into different … Read more

It’s Entirely Possible For The US to Meet Its 2030 Climate Goals. Here’s How

This year in April, the Biden administration announced a renewed commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement. The goal is now to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. The target is ambitious, but it isn’t a pipe dream. According to a newly published analysis of existing climate models, it’s more than possible with strong … Read more

Global Energy Metals Announces Filing of Technical Report for Monument Peak Copper-Silver-Gold Project Located in Idaho, USA

Vancouver, British Columbia –News Direct– Global Energy Metals Corporation Global Energy Metals Corporation Vancouver, BC – TheNewswire – June 1, 2022 – Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV: GEMC) | (OTC: GBLEF) | (ESF: 5GE1) (“Global Energy Metals”, the “Company” and / or “GEMC”), a company involved in investment exposure to the battery metals supply chain, … Read more

Smaller Reactors May Still Have a Big Nuclear Waste Problem

Lindsay Krall decided to study nuclear waste out of a love for the arcane. Figuring out how to bury radioactive atoms isn’t exactly simple — it takes a blend of particle physics, careful geology and engineering, and a high tolerance for reams of regulations. But the trickiest ingredient of all is time. Nuclear waste from … Read more


TSX.V: DMEUS OTC: DMEHFFrankfurt: QM01 VANCOUVER, BC, June 1, 2022 / PRNewswire / – DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY CORP. (the “Company”) (TSXV: DME) (OTC: DMEHF) (Frankfurt: QM01) From the President of the Company The Company is pleased to announce that it has added Marta Hodan Wasko as VP of Geology. Marta is a petroleum geologist with … Read more

U.S.’ Unique Energy Advantage

When it comes to producing a sustainable and plentiful supply of energy, the US has a huge and utterly underappreciated advantage over other nations. Here, individuals and companies are allowed to own mineral rights. In other countries people can own land, but the government owns and strictly controls any minerals and natural resources, such as … Read more

New Artificial Enzyme Shows Potential for New Renewable Energy Source

A new artificial enzyme has shown it can chew through lignin, the tough polymer that helps woody plants hold their shape. Lignin also stores tremendous potential for renewable energy and materials. New artificial enzyme breaks down tough, woody lignin. Research shows promise for developing a new renewable energy source. A new artificial enzyme has demonstrated … Read more

Here’s How The ‘Carbon Footprint’ Should Really Be Used – It’s Not For Shifting Blame

“You can’t manage what you can’t measure”, according to a famous business mantra often attributed to management guru Peter Drucker. This can help explain why carbon emissions are under more scrutiny than ever as we ramp up our efforts to avoid the catastrophic effects of climate change. For example, the “carbon footprint” – a way … Read more

Dinosaurs’ Last Ancient Breaths May Finally Answer a Long-Standing Mystery

Scientists have found a new way to tell whether dinosaurs were hot- or cold-blooded. This question has long eluded paleontologists, leading to many heated debates where they even accused each other of acting more like politicians than scientists. Early dinosaur researchers initially assumed these animals were slow, lumbering, and cold-blooded like the modern reptiles they … Read more