Rustic reclaimed concert hall pops up in a bombed-out Bristol church

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The world’s first carbon capture plant can convert CO2 into usable energy

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The innovators at Swiss company Climeworks may have solved the problem of excess CO2 in our atmosphere. By creating a system that converts CO2 into a usable byproduct, they are making our atmosphere more livable while creating a profitable industry at the same time. The company plans to open the world’s first industrial-scale direct air capture (DAC) carbon plant next year, in a move that could potentially revolutionize the alternative resource game. Read the rest of The world’s first carbon capture plant can convert CO2 into usable energy

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Beautiful brick and glass elevator connects old and new parts of historic Catalan town

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World’s largest telescope could show us the origins of the universe as soon as 2021

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Atop the arid plateau of the Atacama Desert in Chile, the largest telescope in the world broke ground on Wednesday , beginning a project that will last six years and result in unprecedented views of the outer reaches of our solar system . The Giant Magellan Telescope is slated to be operational by 2021, when it will be capable of peering into the deepest of black holes, capturing images that are 10 times clearer than those sent back to Earth by the Hubble space telescope. Magellan represents not just a giant mirror surface, but also a giant leap forward in telescope technology. In fact, scientists believe Magellan just might reveal the origins of the universe. Read the rest of World’s largest telescope could show us the origins of the universe as soon as 2021

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