Read more about the article Germany Generates Power Using Volcanoes To Save Planet
Heaps of volcanic stone waiting to be processed

Germany Generates Power Using Volcanoes To Save Planet

Germany has opened a world-first electrothermal energy facility which can store power using volcanic rocks and is said to be a solution to slowing down climate change. The facility was opened in the port of Hamburg, Germany's largest sea harbour in the city of the same name in the north…

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Read more about the article Facebook Like Button Cloud Goes Viral
The cloud shaped like a giant thumbs up or Facebook like

Facebook Like Button Cloud Goes Viral

A hand-shaped cloud resembling a giant ‘like’ button has gone viral on social media where users have given it over 101,000 likes of their own. The pictures have also provided encouragement to the more than 10 million of pupils preparing for the all-important National College Entrance Examination - also known…

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Read more about the article School Kids Out In Storm As Face Recognition Gates Fail
Pupils left stranded in the raining while queuing at new facial recognition gates in front of their dormitories

School Kids Out In Storm As Face Recognition Gates Fail

Hundreds of kids were left standing in a thunderstorm after newly-installed face recognition gates at their school dorms couldn't identify who they were. The embarrassing let-down happened as classes ended and the pupils all flooded back to their dorm rooms, with many left drenched from head to toe as they…

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Read more about the article Space Thieves Steal Rocks From Biggest Meteorite
Two of the meteorites that got stolen were located in this part of the museum

Space Thieves Steal Rocks From Biggest Meteorite

Cops have launched a manhunt for the gang who nicked three priceless space rocks belonging to one of the heaviest meteorites to ever hit Earth. According to reports, three masked men broke into the ‘Campo de Cielo’ park located on the border of the northern Argentine provinces Chaco and Santiago…

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Read more about the article Dementia Hope As Scientists Find Rare Gene
Mr van Duin, aged 102, is one of the persons who signed up for the research into ageing and dementia as he comes from a family in which almost everyone seems to reach a high age without suffering from dementia

Dementia Hope As Scientists Find Rare Gene

Scientists have discovered a rare gene that allows people to live past 100 without suffering from dementia and now they hope to use it to create drugs to end the disease. The discovery was made by researchers from the University Medical Centre Amsterdam (UMC) under the lead of clinical geneticist…

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Read more about the article Being Angry For 30 Mins A Day Is Good For Brain
Eduardo Calixto, the researcher of the UNAM

Being Angry For 30 Mins A Day Is Good For Brain

A new study claims that getting angry for half an hour every day is good for your brain. Professor Eduardo Calixto Gonzalez of the National Autonomous University of Mexico in the central capital Mexico City claims that anger stimulates cardiovascular and breathing activity. The neurobiologist said that having a temper…

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Read more about the article Motorist Blames Computer For Crashing Tesla
The damaged Tesla

Motorist Blames Computer For Crashing Tesla

A Tesla owner has blamed his car’s “computer” after dashcam footage showed it crashing past two cars and slamming into a lorry in heavy traffic. Tesla is now reportedly looking into the accident and say they will review the ‘black box’ of the car, which appears to be a Model…

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Read more about the article Google Project Loon Balloon Crashes In Mexican Field
The Google balloon after the crash

Google Project Loon Balloon Crashes In Mexican Field

A Project Loon hot air balloon launched by Google's parent company Alphabet to bring internet access to remote regions has crashed in a field in northern Mexico. The incident took place in the borough of Comondu in the north-western Mexican state of Baja California Sur and the large balloon, part…

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Read more about the article Fire In The Sky: Mysterious UFO Spotted Above Volcano
The strange light over the volcano

Fire In The Sky: Mysterious UFO Spotted Above Volcano

This is the mysterious circular UFO above a 7,000-foot volcano that has stumped local residents. The strange sighting occurred above the San Miguel volcano, also known as Chaparrastique, near the city of San Miguel in central-eastern El Salvador and was shared online by former mayor Will Salgado. Video Credit: CEN/@WillSalgado…

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Read more about the article IKEA To Launch Curtain To Combat Deadly Air Pollution
Mauricio Affonso, IKEA's Product Developer for GUNRID

IKEA To Launch Curtain To Combat Deadly Air Pollution

IKEA is about to launch an air-purifying curtain to combat pollutants that affect around 90 percent of people around the world. The GUNRID clean-air curtain, which is coated with a mineral-based surface that breaks down common pollutants, has been developed by IKEA and several universities in Europe and Asia in…

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