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New Yorkers want THOUSANDS of 5G towers in the city to be gone for being “unsightly,” oblivious to their real purpose

In New York City, particularly in the borough of Brooklyn, city residents are suddenly seeing thousands of giant 5G towers being erected all over their neighborhoods. These residents want the towers gone because of their appearance and how they might affect property values.


Half of replanted tropical trees don’t survive, new study finds

On average, about half of trees planted in tropical and sub-tropical forest restoration efforts do not survive more than five years, but there is enormous variation in outcomes, new research has found.​


Iron-Rich Dust From South America Played Role in Last Two Glacial Periods, Says Study

Dust from the high Andes of southern Bolivia and northern Argentina was an important source of iron for the nutrient-deficient South Pacific in the last two glacial cycles, especially at the beginnings of these cycles. This is the key finding of a new study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


Scientists Revive ‘Zombie’ Virus After 50,000 Years Trapped in Siberian Permafrost

Researchers documented 13 never-before-seen viruses that have been lying dormant, frozen in thick ice, over tens of thousands of years.


Synthetic fibers discovered in Antarctic samples show the ‘pristine’ continent is now a sink for plastic pollution

As nations prepare to meet in Uruguay to negotiate a new Global Plastics Treaty, a new study has revealed the discovery of synthetic plastic fibres in air, seawater, sediment and sea ice sampled in the Antarctic Weddell Sea.


Vitamin C Boosts Health in 11 Powerful Ways

Vitamin C has certainly been an important highly-studied vitamin over the centuries. The latest benefits scientists are discovering for vitamin C span from treating sepsis, pneumonia and COVID-19, lowering heart disease risk, preventing respiratory tract infections and protecting the brain, gut and bones, to relieving pain and bleeding after surgeries.


EV Charging Stations By 2035 Will Need More Power Than A Small Town

A new report from the electricity and gas utility National Grid (which serves parts of New York and Massachusetts) found a rapid increase in electric vehicles on the city streets and highways will require upgraded power grids to handle all the new demand. By 2035, a charging station could demand as much power as a sports arena or small town.


The Diesel Crisis Is Going Global

"Within months, almost every region on the planet will face a danger of a diesel shortage just as supply crunches in nearly all the world's markets have worsened inflation and hurt growth," Bloomberg warned.


Rolls-Royce completes the world's first run of a jet engine using HYDROGEN fuel - setting a 'new aviation milestone'

While we all need a holiday every so often to rest and re-charge, travelling abroad by plane unfortunately comes with a hefty carbon footprint. However, engineers at Rolls-Royce have taken us one step closer to guilt-free flying, as they successfully trialled a jet engine that is powered by hydrogen.​


Sandia National Labs expresses EV chargers concerns

According to Sandia National Labs, more than 667,000 electric cars were sold in the United States last year. “We have been seeing a massive upswing in public electric vehicle chargers,” said Johnson. Right now, there are about 47,000 public charging ports nationwide, which Sandia Labs says comes with concerns.”

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