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Sweden reveals why a “cashless” society may not be such a good idea after all

Sweden reveals why a “cashless” society may not be such a good idea after all

Is it possible for a society to function properly without the use of any cash? Sweden could have the answer to this question and more, as the country has had a good run of using digital payment systems so far, and many Swedish establishments have helped cashless payment methods almost become status quo. In a […]

NASA says the solar flare that caused a radio blackout last September was the biggest flare in a decade

NASA says the solar flare that caused a radio blackout last September was the biggest flare in a decade

Sun spots may be common and solar flares a regular occurrence, but they are still often worthy of taking note. Case in point: Last September 6, 2017, there were two powerful solar flares detected and recorded. What was unusual was that the second one in particular was the most powerful solar flare recorded in more than a […]

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Stronghold of all the world’s seeds in the Global Seed Vault reaches the one million mark

The world’s largest repository of crop seeds recently celebrated its 10th-year anniversary. And to mark the occasion, it received shipments of more than 70,000 additional crop varieties from a total of 23 different institutions for it to store. This new shipment just about bumped up its number of stored seeds over the one million mark. Indeed, […]

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Preppers chemistry: How to make your own activated charcoal water filter and hand warmers

Self-sufficiency is a highly important skill that you should strive to achieve for your own personal benefit. After all, you wouldn’t want to be caught unaware once disaster strikes. In terms of being self-sufficient as far as drinking water and personal heating are concerned, you can fall back on a little bit of simple chemistry […]

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Geoengineering science: Aerosols impact cloud formation and weather; atmospheric scientists document the effects

Local efforts to reduce air pollution may not be enough to eliminate the possibility of severe weather conditions because of widespread aerosol use, according to new research. To be more specific, aerosols that have been released into the atmosphere can affect cloud formations and even influence weather patterns, according to researchers from the University of Arizona and Texas A&M University. […]

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Would you allow an Amazon robot inside your house? They’ve patented a “postman” bot to unlock doors for delivery, pickup

Amazon is slowly but surely becoming one of the most influential tech companies in the world. In fact, it has probably become one of the most influential companies of all time. The online retail giant has been trying to invest heavily into automation and robotics technology in the past few years, and now it has […]