Una guía de la energía de la Tierra - Joshua Sneideman

Para ver la lección completa, visita: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/a-guide-to-the-energy-of-the-earth-joshua-m-sneideman La energía ni se crea ni se destruye y sin embargo la demanda mundial continúa aumentando. Pero ¿de dónde viene la energía y adónde va? Joshua M. Sneideman examina las muchas maneras en que la energía circula alrededor de nuestro planeta, desde el Sol a nuestra cadena alimentaria, a la electricidad y más allá. Lección de Joshua M. Sneideman, animación de Marc Christoforidis.

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