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Saturday, January 22, 2011

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Fool's gold catches eye of solar energy researchers

January 21, 2011 By Tiffany Hsu
Iron pyrite - also known as fool's gold - may be worthless to treasure hunters, but it could become a bonanza to the solar industry. The mineral, among the most abundant in the earth's crust, is usually discarded by coal miners or sold as nuggets in novelty stores.

I must whole heartedly agree: solar energy research is indeed comparable to fool's gold.

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