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Small Act, Big Impact – Recycling isn’t just a chore

Conceptualized and created by Taiwanese industrial designer Wanting Chu, the …

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New natural insecticide-range from nematode worms

A new range of natural insecticides is being made from a bacterium protein. It acts like a poison and can be transformed into a new poison-range for killing insects. And these bacteria harbour inside the intestine of nematode worms, and thus can infect…

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UK drivers need to be fuel-efficient to get a driving-license

Living in Britain, if you don’t have a driving license yet, then here is an important information for you! Proving that you are good driver will just be not enough in future! You will have to show that you can be responsible as well towards the…

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Rising Ocean Temperatures exacerbate wildfire cycle!

About 450 years ago, the North Atlantic Ocean was found to be going through periodic warming. And it was during these time, extended periods of major wildfires occurred in the West. This finding has led scientists conclude that there lies a link…

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Ivory-billed woodpecker sought in Texas: It was last seen there more than 100 years ago

The third-largest woodpecker in the world and the biggest north of Mexico that has been thought to be extinct till 2004 is being sought for once again in Texas.

True, the confirmation of the bird’s existence here would lure biologists,…

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World Aquarium exhibits amazing two-Headed creatures!

Next week, the World Aquarium at the St. Louis City Museum hopes to exhibit — running through Sept. 5 — the most two-headed animals in display. The Aquarium officials hope that the exhibit will prompt the creation of a Guinness World Record.

So…

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2005: Hottest Year in Last 155 Years in Northern Hemisphere

Since records began being kept in the 1860s, 2005 has been calculated as the warmest year on record in the Northern Hemisphere, the British scientists claim. More and more evidences indicate that human beings are to be blamed for the phenomenal…

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Waterless car wash – clean your car in an ecofriendly way

Water is a precious resource. It is getting depleted quite …

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U.S. Geological Survey to Make A $2 Million Study of the San Andreas Fault Line

To try to learn more about the southern San Andreas Fault including a segment that has not ruptured in more than three centuries, scientists plan to use $2 million in federal “seed money”. The fault slices 800-mile through California. One of the most…

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Hammerhead shark sets world-record being caught with 55 pups set to be born!

A hammerhead shark is likely to create world-record by being caught pregnant with 55 pups! Estimated to be between 40 and 50 years old, it weighed 1,280 pounds with the pups.

The shark was taken for a necropsy at Mote Marine Laboratory. The…

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Ship to Sail on Solar Panels, Wind and Wave Power

Creating a problem and finding a solution to the same too, is solely our individual responsibility. This is something we all know, but how many of us bank to work on it? Be it for the long-term effect of the increasing legislation and shipping costs, or..

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Eco Gadgets Guide

Aessi Air Support detects household gas leaks, doubles as emergency solar radio

Conceived by designer Patrick Mulcahy, the Aessi Air Support detects …

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NASA studies 50 river basins to understand world's freshwater distribution

How is Earth’s freshwater – the most precious natural resource – distributed? To get a clear picture of this, NASA scientists are making observations from space.

For estimating the seasonal water storage variations in more than 50 river basins…

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Adelies Penguins: An effective indicator of global warming

The Adelie penguin chicks are a great indicator of rising global warming. The first black fluffballed-chicks of the Adelie penguin this season, have started hatching more in the south compared to the fewer ones in the further north. According to…

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U.N. panel lifts Export ban on Beluga Caviar

This was done after Caspian Sea states agreed to limit catches of the fish from which it is taken. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, known as Cites have allowed Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Iran, and Russia permission to export…

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What Is a CO2 Sensor and How Does It Work
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What Is a CO2 Sensor and How Does It Work?

A CO2 sensor is a device that measures the concentration …

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How PPAs Are Helping Businesses Be More Sustainable
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How PPAs Are Helping Businesses Be More Sustainable

As the world grapples with the urgent need to address …

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5 Ways to Customize Your Motorbike with Awesome Designs for a Unique Travel Experience
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5 Ways to Customize Your Motorbike with Awesome Designs for a Unique Travel Experience

If you are looking for a unique style for your …

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