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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2008-09-10

In this issue:  Hydropower, bailing out Fannie and Freddie,
and the Large Hadron Collider.

Wired describes Chrome, the browser created by Google to
compete with Internet Explorer.

Hydropower generation has tripled since 1949, when it
produced a third of the country's electricity -- yet today
it meets just 7 percent of demand.  Now, Popular Mechanics
says a Department of Energy study found 130,000 sites that
could provide small-scale hydropower, some in every state.

---Fannie and Freddie---
The Motley Fool looks for the reason that Freddie and Fannie
Housing likely won't be helped much by the Fannie and
Freddie bailout, according to The Motley Fool.

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Among game designers, Will Wright is considered a living
god.  Time Europe says he now wants to make you a god too,
with the new game Spore.

Popular Mechanics looks at five simple inventions intended
to save the world.

IEEE Spectrum notes that when the LHC starts up, it will
draw twice the power of nearby Geneva.

Popular Mechanics looks at the McCain plan for aviation, and
how it differs from Obama's.