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May 27, 2014 2:25 PM

A Maryland inventor’s big energy ideas have promise, and big ifs

While scientists are engaged in an all-out, worldwide scramble to avert the energy and climate change crises, the biggest discoveries could come from a surprising quarter: a modest redwood home on a wooded, five-acre tract in rural Maryland, where a lone inventor toils day and night.

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