Scientists Propose A Giant Space Sun Shield To Help Combat Global Warming

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For more than 100 years, scientists have been studying global warming and its disastrous effects, one of our planet’s most critical issues.  From heat waves, severe storms and flooding, and increased drought to changing weather patterns, melting glaciers and warming oceans, rising sea levels, loss of species, and even health risks, these catastrophic effects of […]

What Causes Wildfires and How to Prevent it?

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As the temperature rises and intense heat waves are more frequent on hot summer days, the risk of wildfires increases.  These conditions, a combination of hot temperatures, dry vegetation, and strong winds, is a perfect recipe for wildfires to spread rapidly and uncontrollably.  Wildfires are destructive phenomena that can devastate entire communities, causing damage to […]

Help MS to Save the Earth – Grow Your Our E-Tree to Real Trees

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Do you know how Microsoft Start Weather supports a reforestation project in Kenya? Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges of our time, and it affects every aspect of our lives. From extreme weather events to food insecurity, biodiversity loss, and health risks, the impacts of climate change are felt by people and […]

Is Grass Really Important?

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The Extent of Grasses Grass is a seemingly insignificant organism that is taken for granted and largely ignored. Grasses grow on almost every land surface, from swamps to deserts and from the Polar Regions to the Tropics; in fact, grasses cover one-third of the earth’s land area.  Grasses range in size from the short varieties used […]

Would You Eat Lab-Grown Meat?

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Consumption of meat, such as beef, pork, and poultry, has always been a big part of most people’s daily lives. And for the past decades, consumption of it has increased dramatically worldwide. As the demand for meat consumption continues to grow globally, so does the need to produce them. However, scientists believe consuming too much […]

What If People Lived in Floating Cities?

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Throughout history, humans have been confined to landmasses when establishing permanent settlements. But what if that’s all about to change? What if humans took to the sea, not only to explore it, but to- settle it? If the Seasteading Institute accomplishes its goal of creating the first permanent cities at sea, your future could involve living […]

Scientists Discover Wax Worm: The Plastic-Eating Larva

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There’s no denying that plastic has been useful and convenient to us, and we’re surrounded by it. It’s in the shopping bags we use for grocery items, the food packaging we discard, and plastic bottles or straws we drink from. However, this innovation came with a massive ecological cost. As a result, the rapid production […]

The Most EVIL Plant

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They are nasty plants. The characteristics of Ibicella lutea, Proboscidea louisianica, and Proboscidea parviflora are understated by the common name Devil’s Claw. Both Devil’s Breath and Devil’s Snot are more acceptable names for them. These are large, unpleasant plants. Expect the plants to be at least a meter (3 feet) across if you reside in […]

Study Suggests Ethiopia’s False Banana ‘Enset’ Could Feed Over 100 Million People

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World hunger is one of the most challenging issues we’re currently facing, and it has been ongoing for decades. Around the world, more than 829 million people are seriously affected by hunger. Many factors, such as poverty, food shortages, climate change, war, and conflict, among others, contribute to the rise of food insecurity. This is […]

Meet Mr. Trash Wheel, The Trash Interceptor That Gobbles Trash

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Humans are generating and dumping too much trash daily, posing as one of the biggest known environmental threats. And to think that this has been a continuous battle for decades now. Waste or litter finds its way into the ocean and other waterways, affecting water quality, polluting our environment, and spreading diseases, viruses, and parasites. […]

14-year-old Invents AI-Driven Technology That Can Detect Early Wildfire

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When you hear the word hero, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? A police officer, firefighter, or maybe a doctor? Or perhaps it’s what you usually see in movies or television? A person with superpowers, a cape, and a mask? But what if I tell you that anyone can be a hero, […]

Unprecedented Heatwaves Hitting the Earth’s Poles Alarm Climate Scientists

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The Earth’s poles, North and South, are simultaneously experiencing a rise in temperatures above normal levels in mid-March. Weather stations located in the parts of Antarctica have already recorded the place was 104° Fahrenheit (40° C) warmer than usual! Weather stations located near the Arctic regions have also recorded signs of heatwaves, hitting about 86° […]

Agricultural Practices in Crop Production (New Words)

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Here are some important terms related to agriculture. Tilling – Tilling is to prepare and cultivate the land for crops. Sowing – Sowing is planting the seeds by scattering it on or in the earth. Manuring – Manuring is to apply manure (organic matter/fertilizer) to the land. Irrigation – Irrigation is the artificial application of […]