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    And he'll likely be going courtesy of somebody else!

    Having followed the recent debate about who would benefit most by going to college, I was particularly inspired by his accomplishment.

    Pesky teenagers! Stay off my lawn! And quit staring at my trees!

    http://inhabitat.com/13-year-old-makes-solar-power-breakthrough-by-harnessing-the-fibonacci-sequence
    While most 13-year-olds spend their free time playing video games or cruising Facebook, one 7th grader was trekking through the woods uncovering a mystery of science. After studying how trees branch in a very specific way, Aidan Dwyer created a solar cell tree that produces 20-50% more power than a uniform array of photovoltaic panels.


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    I saw that - cool article!!

    There has been a lot of work on this.

    I sat in on a lecture once about how we can increase the yields of certain plants by 50-200% by changing how they orient their leaves.



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