Transforming Air Into Pure Drinking Water Is Finally Possible, Here’s How

Deserts are not particularly welcoming environments, and yet at least hundred million people live in desert regions around the world, according to the UN. They have to make due with less than 25 cm of rainfall each year, and for many, even that miniscule water supply is under threat as climate change is making dry […]

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This New Tech Could Revolutionize How We Store Renewable Energy

In a world in desperate need to go carbon-free, solar, wind, and renewables are the future. But our present ability to store their excess energy falls short. In fact, most of the time, that power goes missing. Of the many solutions swirling around, air—or rather, compressed air— seems to be sweeping some in the energy […]

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Coal? Wind? Solar? Which ACTUALLY Works Better in Winter? (feat. The Space Gal, Emily Calandrelli)

Warm welcome back to “Uno Dos of Trace.” Thank you for watching “Hello Science” last week. I really hope you loved it. I got so excited when so many of you tuned in. Hello, new people. Welcome to the channel. This is great. OK, let’s kick into it. Wintertime makes people crazy. Now I say […]

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#5 Ezekiel 1 + 10, Prophet Ezekiel’s Vision of God,Cherubim,4 living creatures,God’s Throne,pictures

In the fifth day of the month, which was the fifth year of king Jehoiachin’s captivity, the word of the LORD came expressly unto Ezekiel the priest, the son of Buzi, in the land of the Chaldeans by the river Chebar; and the hand of the LORD was there upon him. Now it came to […]

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