Open-source phytoremediation project tackles the Tiber River’s pollution crisis

April 15, 2016 by  
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Disneyland mountain house is a modern interpritation of the vernacular architecture of Alsace

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Japan struck by shallow and deadly 6.4 earthquake

April 14, 2016 by  
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At least two are reported dead and nineteen houses collapsed in southern Japan following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake  which struck the nation at 12:26 GMT (9:26 PM local time). Japanese media are reporting at least 100  people injured near Kumamoto city on the island of Kyushu, some seriously so. Those numbers could go up as rescue teams search the rubble for victims who may still be trapped. Read the rest of Japan struck by shallow and deadly 6.4 earthquake

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Portuguese villagers built a beautiful treehouse with its own boardwalk

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These amazing crystal chandeliers are alive

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The world’s largest private coal mining company declares bankruptcy

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King Coal has seen better days. Mines are being closed, miners are facing widespread layoffs and the market price of coal has crashed over the past several years. The War on Coal just claimed one of its most dramatic casualties, Peabody Energy. The largest private coal mining company, Peabody has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy for most of its American divisions. Although the company will carry on in a reorganized form, this development represents the major shift away from coal that is happening across the globe. Read the rest of The world’s largest private coal mining company declares bankruptcy

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Historic viaduct arches are transformed into a trendy shopping district in Zurich

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Scientists have finally made a substance that’s even stronger than graphene

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Much like in comic books, scientists are on an endless quest to discover or create the strongest, most durable substance possible. Theories about how to go about that have long circulated, but nobody has been able to overcome the challenge—until now. A team of Austrian researchers has finally worked out a way to stabilize what they are calling the strongest of all known materials , an exotic form of carbon called carbyne . Read the rest of Scientists have finally made a substance that’s even stronger than graphene

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6 brilliant smog-eating designs ridding cities of air pollution

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Tesla recalls the Model X due to defective seats

April 13, 2016 by  
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Tesla has announced the recall of 2,700 Model X crossover vehicles in order to fix an issue with the third row seat, which can fold forward and unlatch itself during an accident. Tesla discovered the issue during internal testing and thankfully it hasn’t received any reports of injuries or accidents due to the faulty rear seats. Read the rest of Tesla recalls the Model X due to defective seats

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