Author: Do The Math

Motion Of The Ocean: Looking At Marine Energy

Editor’s Note: EarthTechling is proud to repost this article courtesy of ᔥ Do The Math. Author credit goes to Tom Murphy. With the exception of tidal energy, our focus thus far has been on land-based energy sources. Meanwhile, the ocean… Read More

Warm and Fuzzy On Geothermal?

Editor’s Note: EarthTechling is proud to repost this article courtesy of ᔥ Do The Math. Author credit goes to Tom Murphy, a physics professor in San Diego, California. The Earth started its existence as a red-hot rock, and has been… Read More
Rance Tidal Power Station, Do The Math

Can Tides Turn the Tide?

Editor’s Note: EarthTechling is proud to repost this article courtesy of Do The Math. Author credit goes to Tom Murphy, an associate professor of physics at University of California, San Diego. Now is the time on Do the Math when… Read More

Do Solar Powered Cars Really Make Sense?

Editor’s Note: EarthTechling is proud to repost this article courtesy of Do The Math. Author credit goes to Tom Murphy, an associate professor of physics at University of California, San Diego. If you like the sun, and you like cars,… Read More

The Biofuel Grind

Editor’s Note: EarthTechling is proud to repost this article courtesy of Do The Math. Author credit goes to Tom Murphy, a UCSD physics professor. When we enter the decline phase of conventional oil—likely before 2020—we will scramble to fill the… Read More

The Energy Trap

Editor’s Note: EarthTechling, always looking to bring you interesting cleantech reading, is proud to repost this article courtesy of Do The Math. Author credit goes to Tom Murphy, a UC San Diego physics professor. Many Do the Math posts have… Read More