Nature and Environment

Nature and Environment

Smoke Makes Victims

Smoke Makes Victims

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An international study published noted by means of an in-depth analysis the number of deaths related to pollution increases upwards, making it rise from 4.2 million deaths per year (from previous estimates) to 8.9 million ...
Agricolture in Space

Agricolture in Space

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The experiments of the US agency to grow plants in space quickly land in laboratories that study how to improve future crops, in view of an increasingly crowded and struggling with the changing climate. Exploration ...
The Rain in the World

The Rain in the World

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Think of the amount of rain and snow that in one year they wet our planet. How is all this water distributed throughout the seasons? In a very unbalanced way: according to a study published ...
The best solutions to reduce the smog of cities in Italy

The best solutions to reduce the smog of cities in Italy

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Above all the smog of cars and the polluting emissions of industries, every day our body comes in contact with fine powders and many other harmful substances. Citizens’ solutions are often adopted, ranging from the ...
Biologia. Il lillà - quel tipo romantico sta bene nell'orto.

Biologia. Il lillà – quel tipo romantico sta bene nell’orto.

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Il lillà (syringa vulgaris), il languido fiore citato da D’Annunzio nei suoi romanzi, è una pianta piuttosto semplice, di poche esigenze. Si trova bene con gli ortaggi.  All pictures are mine Che cosa non si è ...
Psyche & Climate

Psyche & Climate

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I did not want anything else to be implemented by trybe.one a category of aricoli like this: Climate change.Now you hear talk everywhere, newspapers, TV and radio .. and there you start to think that ...
Bitcoin and global warming

Bitcoin and global warming

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The question of the impact of Bitcoin's production on the global climate is not new: for a long time, global emissions experts have argued that mining - that is, control, validation and cryptography of cryptomonetics ...
Thunderstorm killer

Thunderstorm killer

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We often hear of storms and even if it is one of the most fascinating natural phenomena together with the Tornadoes in my opinion, I must admit, however, that in recent times they are increasing ...
“Amanita muscaria”. Mushrooms from my region, Sardinia (Italy). (Photos by Sardart) 

“Amanita muscaria”. Mushrooms from my region, Sardinia (Italy). (Photos by Sardart) 

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The region where I live (Sardinia in Italy) is a paradise for mushroom pickers and for those who, in general, is interested in mycology. In fact there are many species of mushroom that you can ...
The Barber Pole - Do you know its story?

The Barber Pole – Do you know its story?

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Image Source   I do not know if the same thing has happened to you but I have been asking myself for a long time, every time I saw these typical poles, what would be ...
Controlling Nanotechnology

Controlling Nanotechnology

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credit: mehrnews Are you one of those who loves science? Lovers of science and technology will certainly not be unfamiliar when they hear the word "nano" or "nanotechnology". The concept of the term given by Richard Feynman ...
Mind of the future

Mind of the future

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Goodmorning everyone! Did you know that a few days ago the fourth edition of the Global Grad Show in Dubai was held, after hosting over 200 small "strokes of genius" by the students of the ...
AI Will Replace Us?

AI Will Replace Us?

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Are humans less intelligent? So that humans need artificial intelligence to sustain life now and in the future? Will humans have a heavy dependence on artificial intelligence? So who applies artificial intelligence, where? A little ...
Butterflies of my Region. Papilio Machaon. Photos by Sardart

Butterflies of my Region. Papilio Machaon. Photos by Sardart

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One of the most spectacular butterflies is undoubtedly the majestic Macaon (Papilio Machaon) This butterfly is widespread in Europe, Asia, America and can also be found in city parks, in the countryside or in the ...
Recognize mushrooms. Let's start with their name. The Cortinarius. (Photos by sard@rt)

Recognize mushrooms. Let’s start with their name. The Cortinarius. (Photos by [email protected])

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The study of mushrooms presupposes and develops a great capacity for observation. Every single detail, of the hat, of the color, of the stem or of the lamellae is fundamental for a correct macroscopic identification ...
Incrase Carbon Dioxide

Incrase Carbon Dioxide

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Not good news from the Earth's atmosphere, the latest data show that the amount of greenhouse gas released into the atmosphere is unprecedented for thousands of years. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has released a ...
Global Water Level of the Earth!

Global Water Level of the Earth!

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We always hear about the future of our planet! What will it be?  One of the topics that you often hear about is the global level of water on the planet! Do you think that ...
World tour of seismic waves seismic

World tour of seismic waves seismic

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I just read an article where he talks about a strange incident: Sunday, November 11, around 10:30 a dull rumble, as if the roar of a distant plane, has crossed the entire planet, recorded by ...
Alternative Energy

Alternative Energy

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I decided today to describe in detail the alternative energy because I think it is important to also be informed in detail about what they tell us and who want the media to show us!We ...
About Electricity and Scientific Competition from the Past

About Electricity and Scientific Competition from the Past

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Last month, exactly on October 27, is a special date for my state, Indonesia. The date is set by the government as National Electricity Day. In everyday life, electricity is a necessity, especially in the era of all ...
IF A TREE FALLS IN THE WOODS AND NO ONE IS THERE TO "HEAR IT", DOES IT MAKE A SOUND?

IF A TREE FALLS IN THE WOODS AND NO ONE IS THERE TO “HEAR IT”, DOES IT MAKE A SOUND?

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You probably heard this thought experiment as a child, I know I use to ponder it, but with a total lack of understanding of the realities of CONSCIOUSNESS and MIND (not “brain).  This question can ...
Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire England, UK - Travel Blog

Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire England, UK – Travel Blog

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I would like to take you on a virtual tour around a place close to my heart and my proximity, Newstead Abbey! Newstead Abbey is the famous home of Lord Byron, the poet. It is ...
The Royal Owl - The king of nocturnal raptors

The Royal Owl – The king of nocturnal raptors

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Image Source   We are talking about a nocturnal raptor protected and almost extinct by the hand of man, due to a mixture of fear, superstition and ignorance.   Yes, it is true that it ...
Insect with the Most Painful Prick.

Insect with the Most Painful Prick.

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Dr. Justin Schmidt is an entomologist, that is, dealing with the scientific study of insects. So far, nothing unusual, but what emphasizes Schimdt is his creation called the “Index of Painful Pain”, based on which ...
Linacre Reservoirs, Derbyshire - England, UK

Linacre Reservoirs, Derbyshire – England, UK

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Welcome to Linacre Reservoirs in Derbyshire, UK.  I have decided to take you on a journey around the British countryside, starting with Derbyshire, not only because it is fairly close to my location, but also ...
The Ladybug - The ultimate weapon against Aphids

The Ladybug – The ultimate weapon against Aphids

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Image Source   If you have ever had plants at home you probably have suffered the attack of these small suckers, capable of destroying a healthy plant in a matter of weeks if the necessary ...
GRAVITATIONAL WAVES | The Answer to Albert Einstein's Theory

GRAVITATIONAL WAVES | The Answer to Albert Einstein’s Theory

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credit: sciencenews.org The picture you see above is an illustration of two black holes that merge with each other. Eventually, the black holes will merge, producing gravitational waves. Gravity has been studied since Newton's time, but ...
Padley Gorge, England UK - Travel Blog 

Padley Gorge, England UK – Travel Blog 

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Welcome to Padley Gorge! Padley Gorge is such a beautiful place to visit in Derbyshire, UK. A few Stats to set the scene: Distance: 3 miles Minimum time: 2 hours Ascent/Gradient: 460ft (140m) Difficulty: 2 ...
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