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Ghostwire Tokyo Review: A Spellbinding World if You’re Patient Enough to Explore It

Tango Gameworks / Bestheda Between Elden Ring and Horizon Forbidden West, 2022 has already been a ridiculous year for video games. Ghostwire Tokyo, which comes out March 25 and offers a dense open-world Tokyo to explore, isn’t allowing us to catch a breath.  Letting players loose in a literal ghost town packed with truly odd and unsettling sights, Ghostwire Tokyo is set in Shibuya following a supernatural event that has the citizens of Tokyo mysteriously disappearing. You’re tasked with uncovering this mystery and figuring out how to undo the damage. Throughout…

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Explore Resources During IEEE Education Week

There are currently about 440 fission reactors operating worldwide, which together can generate about 400 gigawatts of power with zero carbon emissions. Yet these fission plants, for all their value, have considerable downsides. The enriched uranium fuel they use must be kept secure. Devastating accidents, like the one at Fukushima in Japan, can leave areas uninhabitable. Fission waste by-products need to be disposed of safely, and they remain radioactive for thousands of years. Consequently, governments, universities, and companies have long looked to fusion to remedy these ills. Among those interested…

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Ford, Volkswagen, and GM Explore EV-Powered Houses

Starting this year, thousands of battery-powered electric-drive Volkswagen vehicles capable of both loading and off-loading current—bidirectional charging, as the industry calls it—have been rolling off production lines in eastern Germany. And in the last two weeks, one of the largest utility companies in the United States, Pacific Gas & Electric, announced plans to work with General Motors in experiments with their bidirectional-charging technologies. Ford, another auto-industry titan, has also made bidirectional charging a selling point of its F-150 Lightning electric truck, reportedly slated to roll off the lines this year.…

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