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Windmills are the most popular wind energy sources, but they need a lot of space and are not efficient for private uses. Engineers have worked towards different alternatives and designs for technologies that would produce wind energy. While for now the technologies are more expensive than solar batteries, they are able to produce energy during the night and cloudy days as well.

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MÆNDS DALENDE FERTILITET SKYLDES MÅSKE PLASTPRODUKTER: According to researchers, in the last decades, men have become approximately 50% less fertile. This could largely be caused by chemicals from plastic packaging.

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Best Fat Burner For Men: 8 Best Products
We all want to look and feel our best, and for most men, the way to achieve these is to lose weight and get rid of unwanted fat. The problem with losing weight is that it's not always easy! Eating right and dieting are only part of the equation to seeing the scale move in the right direction. If you're dedicated to making the necessary lifestyle changes, you may need an extra boost from a high qu
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Searching for a YouTube video that was posted here…
It was a comment, I believe. The author of the comment may had been the guy in the video as well. The guy is on a stage, and has people think of certain things such as (and I'm paraphrasing) a house, firefighter, and water. The other person, inevitably, would image a house on fire. The guy would then tell the subject that they're thinking of fire, and they act all surprised. The guy in the video
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A brief history of the internet's 3000 emojis
2020 saw the release of 117 new emojis including the bubble tea, the placard and the transgender flag, growing the number of the popular pictograms to 3,136. Already, 217 new emojis have been announced for release in 2021, which will up the number to 3,353. Users can look forward to start sending emojis like the flaming heart, a bearded woman and interracial couples later in the year. What emojis
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Nikola Tesla: 5G Network Could Realize His Dream of Wireless Electricity
At the height of his career, the pioneering electrical engineer Nikola Tesla became obsessed with an idea. He theorized that electricity could be transmitted wirelessly through the air at long distances—either via a series of strategically positioned towers, or hopping across a system of suspended balloons. Things didn't go to plan , and Tesla's ambitions for a wireless global electricity supply
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Career advice
Hi all, 19 yo looking for some serious advice/mentor ship with this one. I am interested in the future of EVs and the working in the automotive industry, so I am trying to formulate a career path. Right now I am not entirely ready to go to uni so what would be good ideas to study before then? I am considering spending a year or so in a mechanical certificate to get hands on experience, while stud
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5 Best Fat Burners
The idea behind losing weight sounds easy enough, right? All you have to do is eat less and exercise, and you should see the pounds start to come off. Sadly, for most people, losing weight isn't this straight-forward. There are all sorts of factors that play a role in your body's ability to burn fat for energy instead of storing it. If you're looking for a little boost to help you along your jour
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Best CBD Oil For Cats: 6 Best Products
Over the past few years, CBD products have become one of the fastest growing all natural supplements on the market. Not only are these products formulated to improve the lives of people around the globe, CBD companies have branched out and also offer pet products as well! That's right – your furry four-legged friend can also reap the benefits of CBD. Research has shown that cats have endocannabin
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Vast under-treatment of diabetes seen in global study
Nearly half a billion people have diabetes, but most aren't getting the kind of care that could make their lives healthier, longer and more productive, according to a new global study of data from people with the condition. Many don't even know they have the condition. Only 1 in 10 people with diabetes in the 55 low- and middle-income countries studied receive the type of comprehensive care that's
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We need sustainable space tech. One solution – bees?
The objects humans send to space teach us a lot about the universe, but they are also cluttering it up. While some objects are close enough to be retrieved, others become dangerous, fast-moving bullets that can cause serious damage. In addition to cleaning up what's already there, MIT Assistant Professor Danielle Wood says that we need to think more sustainably about the technology used in future
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Ugens debat: Over eller under Vejle fjord?
Flere partier bag den såkaldte togfond hælder til, at en ny forbindelse over Vejle Fjord skal etableres som tunnel i stedet for bro. Det giver udfordringer for godstog, som flere læsere på ing.dk havde kommentarer til.
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Play More Games On PlayStation Plus While Learning To Make Your Own
Video games manage to be high tech, big business, and serious art, and sometimes all three at once . Whether you want to better understand the games you play or think you can do the current scene one better, the Unity Game Developer Bundle features ten courses, and a year of PlayStation Plus, to prove it. PlayStation Plus not only lets you play online multiplayer, but it also offers two free game
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Best Fat Burner For Men: 8 Best Products
We all want to look and feel our best, and for most men, the way to achieve these is to lose weight and get rid of unwanted fat. The problem with losing weight is that it's not always easy! Eating right and dieting are only part of the equation to seeing the scale move in the right direction. If you're dedicated to making the necessary lifestyle changes, you may need an extra boost from a high qu
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Searching for a YouTube video that was posted here…
It was a comment, I believe. The author of the comment may had been the guy in the video as well. The guy is on a stage, and has people think of certain things such as (and I'm paraphrasing) a house, firefighter, and water. The other person, inevitably, would image a house on fire. The guy would then tell the subject that they're thinking of fire, and they act all surprised. The guy in the video
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A brief history of the internet's 3000 emojis
2020 saw the release of 117 new emojis including the bubble tea, the placard and the transgender flag, growing the number of the popular pictograms to 3,136. Already, 217 new emojis have been announced for release in 2021, which will up the number to 3,353. Users can look forward to start sending emojis like the flaming heart, a bearded woman and interracial couples later in the year. What emojis
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Nikola Tesla: 5G Network Could Realize His Dream of Wireless Electricity
At the height of his career, the pioneering electrical engineer Nikola Tesla became obsessed with an idea. He theorized that electricity could be transmitted wirelessly through the air at long distances—either via a series of strategically positioned towers, or hopping across a system of suspended balloons. Things didn't go to plan , and Tesla's ambitions for a wireless global electricity supply
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Career advice
Hi all, 19 yo looking for some serious advice/mentor ship with this one. I am interested in the future of EVs and the working in the automotive industry, so I am trying to formulate a career path. Right now I am not entirely ready to go to uni so what would be good ideas to study before then? I am considering spending a year or so in a mechanical certificate to get hands on experience, while stud
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5 Best Fat Burners
The idea behind losing weight sounds easy enough, right? All you have to do is eat less and exercise, and you should see the pounds start to come off. Sadly, for most people, losing weight isn't this straight-forward. There are all sorts of factors that play a role in your body's ability to burn fat for energy instead of storing it. If you're looking for a little boost to help you along your jour
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Best CBD Oil For Cats: 6 Best Products
Over the past few years, CBD products have become one of the fastest growing all natural supplements on the market. Not only are these products formulated to improve the lives of people around the globe, CBD companies have branched out and also offer pet products as well! That's right – your furry four-legged friend can also reap the benefits of CBD. Research has shown that cats have endocannabin
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Vast under-treatment of diabetes seen in global study
Nearly half a billion people have diabetes, but most aren't getting the kind of care that could make their lives healthier, longer and more productive, according to a new global study of data from people with the condition. Many don't even know they have the condition. Only 1 in 10 people with diabetes in the 55 low- and middle-income countries studied receive the type of comprehensive care that's
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We need sustainable space tech. One solution – bees?
The objects humans send to space teach us a lot about the universe, but they are also cluttering it up. While some objects are close enough to be retrieved, others become dangerous, fast-moving bullets that can cause serious damage. In addition to cleaning up what's already there, MIT Assistant Professor Danielle Wood says that we need to think more sustainably about the technology used in future
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Ugens debat: Over eller under Vejle fjord?
Flere partier bag den såkaldte togfond hælder til, at en ny forbindelse over Vejle Fjord skal etableres som tunnel i stedet for bro. Det giver udfordringer for godstog, som flere læsere på ing.dk havde kommentarer til.
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Play More Games On PlayStation Plus While Learning To Make Your Own
Video games manage to be high tech, big business, and serious art, and sometimes all three at once . Whether you want to better understand the games you play or think you can do the current scene one better, the Unity Game Developer Bundle features ten courses, and a year of PlayStation Plus, to prove it. PlayStation Plus not only lets you play online multiplayer, but it also offers two free game
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How to Avoid App Store Scams
Apple's and Google's approval guidelines are notoriously lax—and they won't keep out apps that are after your money and data. Here's how to sniff them out.
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Dr. Ruth on Finding Love After the Pandemic
Much of America is going through a Madonna moment: Like a virgin, touched for the very first time! Brushing against a stranger in a restaurant, clobbering someone with a hug, shaking a new acquaintance's hand—for those who have stayed isolated over the past 15 months, these experiences can feel novel and exciting and highly weird. Perhaps no one is better suited to advise us on navigating this mo
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Why are we so uncharitable to those doing good deeds?
From veganism to fundraising, psychologists have found acts of altruism often attract mistrust and even anger In 2014, the word "humblebrag " was added to the Oxford online dictionary, along with the following definition: "An ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement whose actual purpose is to draw attention to something of which one is proud." In the wild, humblebrags often present as fals
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Philosophy of longevity: is it a blessing or a curse to live forever? (Presuming that your loved ones have been furnished with immortality as well.)
Would you say that physical and intrapersonal (mental and psychiatric) immortality is a blessing or a curse? Presuming that your loved ones and family have been afforded immortality concomitant with you, and presupposing that your mind does not succumb to old age, would you want to live forever? Why, or why not? Moreover, what say you of the ethics of immortality? Do you see it as a gross repudia
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The one thing I wouldn't change about myself? My shyness
My shyness was seen as a drawback at school – but now I know it's a strength and I'm proud of it When I was eight, I moved to a new primary school. I'd spent the summer holidays writing an appeal to my mum, putting forward an argument for staying at the old school – that I loved – rather than starting at this strange new school. But to no avail. September came and I found myself in a new classroo
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4 EASY Mindfulness Exercises for you to Try RIGHT NOW!
Hey Mindful friends, Mindfulness can be a challenging practice which many people dive into without a grasp of how and why we practice varying exercises. Don't be discouraged if Mindfulness hasn't been a successful endeavor for you in the past. In this video we explore In-depth 4 easy exercises along with instructions and the benefits of each. Even if your are an experienced practitioner of mindfu
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Coronavirus live news: Pfizer and AstraZeneca jab offer protection against India Covid variant, PHE finds
Latest updates: Pfizer vaccine 88% effective against symptomatic disease from the India variant after second dose, AstraZeneca jab 60% effective Pfizer and AstraZeneca 'highly effective' against India Covid variant Ministers 'failed to act on Bedford Covid variant surge for two weeks' CDC studying reports of heart inflammation in young vaccine recipients No 10 'tried to block' data on spread of n
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With Covid, averages are not the only story | David Spiegelhalter & Anthony Masters
We need local data to keep on top of local outbreaks It's a myth that statisticians are obsessed with averages. We learn most from examining variability and the current concern with variants hammers home the importance of local data. Across the United Kingdom , confirmed cases of Covid-19 are stable, at 22 per 100,000 people in the week up to 17 May. Six local authorities recorded less than two ca
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AUTOMATION: I'm afraid for my future
I believe that automation will take over jobs and it scares me. What I've heard is that once automation has taken over jobs, the only ones with jobs are those with specialized skills, such as roboticists, computer engineers, computer programmers, physiologists, psychiatrists. I don't have specialized skills, I'm not saying I'm dumb, but I'm not smart either, I'm low skilled. Science and technolog
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En kvasikristall bildades vid det allra första atombombstestet
Den 16 juli 1945 genomfördes det allra första atombombstestet någonsin. Den enorma hettan skapade ett helt nytt material som ser ut som röda och gröna glasartade stenar. I en sådan sten har fysiker nu upptäckt en kvasikristall – en märklig förening som fortfarande gäckar forskarna. Spela videon för att se hur en kvasikristall ser ut.
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Things To Do At Home
This week, watch a performance from the New York City Ballet, take a tour of Lake Titicaca or learn about traditional tea ceremonies.
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Researchers develop advanced model to improve safety of next-generation reactors
When one of the largest modern earthquakes struck Japan on March 11, 2011, the nuclear reactors at Fukushima-Daiichi automatically shut down, as designed. The emergency systems, which would have helped maintain the necessary cooling of the core, were destroyed by the subsequent tsunami. Because the reactor could no longer cool itself, the core overheated, resulting in a severe nuclear meltdown, th
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Gene that causes canine hereditary deafness in puppies
Researchers have been the first to determine the cause for the nonsyndromic early-onset hereditary canine hearing loss in Rottweilers. The gene defect was identified in a gene relevant to the sense of hearing. The study can also promote the understanding of mechanisms of hearing loss in human.
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In utero exposure to tiny air pollution particles is linked to asthma in preschoolers
Women who were highly exposed to ultra-fine particles in air pollution during their pregnancy were more likely to have children who developed asthma, according to a new study. This is the first time asthma has been linked with prenatal exposure to this type of air pollution, which is named for its tiny size and which is not regulated or routinely monitored in the United States.
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Thin is now in to turn terahertz polarization
Physicists make unique broadband polarization rotators with ultrathin carbon nanotube films. The rotators extend to the terahertz, which could simplify devices for use in telecommunications, security and manufacturing.
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An updated understanding of how to synthesize value-added chemicals
New research provides an updated understanding of how to add functional groups onto simple hydrocarbons like methane. This new and highly detailed mechanism is a crucial step towards designing the next generation of catalysts and finding scalable approaches for turning greenhouse gases into value-added chemicals.
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Taking more steps daily may lead to a longer life
Taking more steps per day, either all at once or in shorter spurts, may help you live longer. The benefits of more daily steps occurred with both uninterrupted bouts of steps (10 minutes or longer) and short spurts such as climbing stairs.
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Multi-story buildings made of wood sell for 9% more than other construction in Helsinki
Building more homes and buildings with wood has been on the radar for years as a way to offset carbon emissions, though construction companies have been hesitant to take the material in broader use. A study is now the first to show that building with wood can be a sound investment. The findings show that multi-storied buildings made out of wood sold for an average of 8.85% more than those made fro
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Solving a natural riddle of water filtration
Engineers have found a way to replicate a natural process that moves water between cells, with a goal of improving how we filter out salt and other elements and molecules to create clean water while consuming less energy.
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Molecule enlists patient's immune system to combat HIV
Antiretroviral therapy, the common approach in the treatment of HIV, halts replication of the virus and has saved the lives of millions of people. However, for patients the drug cocktail becomes a lifetime necessity because they continue to harbor latent HIV in a small number of immune system cells. In the absence of treatment, HIV can again replicate and rebound into full blown AIDs.
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Challenging the standard model of cancer
In spite of decades of research, cancer remains an enigma. Conventional wisdom holds that cancer is driven by random mutations that create aberrant cells that run amok in the body. Researchers challenge this model by proposing that cancer is a type of genetic throwback, that progresses via a series of reversions to ancestral forms of life.
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Residential Solar Power Lets You Save for Your Future While You Save the Planet
Converting your home to solar energy sounds like a great idea in theory. However, actually taking the plunge can be a little intimidating. After all, while the cost of going solar is way lower than it used to be, we're still talking about a significant investment. You need to be certain it will pay off. That's why, if you are serious about residential solar power, the first thing you need to do i
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The World's Microchip/Semiconductor Shortage, Explained
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoxmn_ZWazs The world is demanding more microchips than factories can produce. This is leading to a chip shortage limiting production for cars and electronics. Here's what's happening and how politicians are planning to avoid this crisis happening again. submitted by /u/Professional_Emu2709 [link] [comments]
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