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  • Could We Power The World With Algae?

    Could We Power The World With Algae? Algae could, in fact, save the world. How? Well, they can be the best alternatives to fossil fuels out there. Now event though they don’t actually look it, algae are an important source of food for both freshwater and saltwater life alike. And there are over 100,000 species […]

  • Newly Discovered Village In Canada Is 10,000 Years Older Than The Pyramids

    Newly Discovered Village In Canada Is 10,000 Years Older Than The Pyramids

    Newly Discovered Village In Canada Is 10,000 Years Older Than The Pyramids A newly discovered village in Canada is 10,000 years older than the Egyptian Pyramids. Researchers at Hakai Institute and University of Victoria, along with locals from First Nation, have recently discovered a 14,000-year-old settlement. This is the oldest settlement ever discovered in North […]

  • Amazing Proposal To Turn The Border Wall Into A Hyperloop Train

    Amazing Proposal To Turn The Border Wall Into A Hyperloop Train If anything, a hyperloop train is a symbol of unity and togetherness. For some time now, humanity had the awesome privilege of knowing pretty much the entire surface of the planet. This means that there can’t really be any surprises of an unknown enemy […]

  • Researchers At Harvard Will Begin To Geoengineer The Atmosphere

    Researchers At Harvard Will Begin To Geoengineer The Atmosphere Yes, we’ve reached the point where top researcher not only contemplate whether to geoengineer the atmosphere but actually do it. This is at a time, mind you, that many people still don’t believe, or don’t want to believe in climate change.Nevertheless, a team at Harvard is […]

  • Tall Men Trace Their Genes To Paleolithic Mammoth Hunters

    Tall Men Trace Their Genes To Paleolithic Mammoth Hunters Tall men are found, on average, in countries like the Netherlands, Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Now, according to some new research, these men who often grow to six feet tall can trace their genetic legacy, to some degree, to the Upper Paleolithic Gravettian culture.The study was […]

  • Edible Water Balls Could Put an End to Plastic Bottles

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    Edible Water Balls Could Put an End to Plastic Bottles

    Edible Water Balls Could Put an End to Plastic Bottles These edible water balls could put an end to plastic bottles and to plastic packaging in general. It’s a green solution to combating plastic waste, it’s the way of the future. Plastic waste needs to be reduced to a minimum, and what better way to […]

  • 50 New Species Of Spiders Were Discovered In Australia In Two Weeks

    50 New Species Of Spiders Were Discovered In Australia In Two Weeks A team of 23 researchers ventured recently to Australia’s spider capital – the Cape York Peninsula in Queensland. Here, they came across more than 50 previously unknown species of spiders over a period of two weeks. This area had never been properly surveyed before […]

  • California Produced So Much Solar Power That Prices Went Negative

    California Produced So Much Solar Power That Prices Went Negative California is one of the few places on Earth where, at least for a few hours, electricity prices have become negative. According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), on 11th of March, between the hours of 8 am and 2 pm, prices for electricity went […]