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Geothermal energy — An under-exploited energy source (Part 1)

In our search for clean, cost-effective sources of renewable energy to mitigate the effects of climate change, one source of that energy has been right under our feet all along — Geothermal energy is not only clean and sustainable, but it is eco-friendl

Famed California hot springs retreat destroyed by Valley fire

Middletown - The New Age church that owns and operates Northern California's famed Harbin Hot Springs resort is promising to rebuild after Saturday's devastating wildfire that completely destroyed the historic retreat.

First geothermal power plant in 15 years to go online in Japan

Japan has been actively seeking alternative energy sources since the Fukushima Daiachii disaster. With the public's resistance to reopening nuclear power plants, utilizing the country's many naturally occurring hot springs may be the answer.

Bacteria can reveal ‘rare earth’ metals

Certain bacteria require rare earth metals to grow. Detecting these bacteria can offer clues as to where rare earth metals are located.

Is enhanced geothermal risky or an excellent energy alternate?

Using earth's geothermal resources appears, on the surface, to be a really good idea. Touted as being "green" energy, the earth's superheated waters are the latest resource receiving the attention of governments around the world.

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TRANQUIL: The grounds at Harbin Hot Springs are seen in January  months before the facility was dest...
TRANQUIL: The grounds at Harbin Hot Springs are seen in January, months before the facility was destroyed by the Valley fire that devastated the Northern California city of Middletown this week.
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Shiraike-Jigoku (White Pond Hell). Oita prefecture  Japan
Shiraike-Jigoku (White Pond Hell). Oita prefecture, Japan
File photo: Bison near a hot spring in Yellowstone.
File photo: Bison near a hot spring in Yellowstone.
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