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Revolutionary Particle Detector Takes Dark Matter Research To The Next Level

When we say Dark Matter, we say 85% of all the mass in the universe. It cannot be seen or…

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Satellite Services Endangered By Debris Removal, ESA Study Says

The European Space Agency is not going to continue with its campaign to send a 1,600-kilogram satellite into the Earth…

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Miraculous Plants That Purify The Air For A Toxic-Free Environment

Nowadays, pollution is a big problem. Air is extremely damaged by our daily activities and the dangerous particles are rapidly…

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Cadillac Unveils The Future CT6 V-Sport 2019 Model With 550 Horsepower

Just a few days before the opening of the New York International Auto Show, Cadillac kicked off the unveiling series,…

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Spanish ‘Gas Natural’ SDG Agreed With Canadian Solar Co. For The Purchase Of Two Photovoltaic Plants In Brazil

The Spanish company ‘Gas Natural’ SDG, through its subsidiary Global Power Generation (GPG), has agreed with the Canadian Solar company…

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The Cryptocurrencies Mining, The Modern Gold Rush – Why Is Quebec The Best Place For Crypto Mining?

Cryptocurrency mining projects use powerful computers that consume a lot of energy to get a share of this modern ‘Gold…

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The Negative Ecological Impact Of The Invasive ‘Rock Snot’ Algae On The Ecosystems Of The Rivers

Only some small organisms of the rivers, such as the water hydra, are able to adapt to the ecological impact…

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The Human Factor – It Might Just Be Too Late To Change The Future

During the last thousands of years, humans have proclaimed themselves as the masters of everything that exists on the planet…

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The Creative, Disco Ball Satellite to Crash on Earth

When we hear disco we just think of the disco era in the ‘70s. However, for a creative satellite the…

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The Extreme Climatic Phenomena Of 2017 Caused The Highest Economic Losses In History

A very active hurricane season in the North Atlantic, large floods caused by monsoons in the Indian subcontinent, and continuous…

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