A single mold can make tens of thousands of seed-like spores, which you can’t see. But that’s just one reason why mold is so difficult to control. Special thanks to Temponaut Timelapse for sharing footage: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxFQofXJq9WxWWqlsTiQ-Aw MORE HEALTH CONTENT: The Bugs That Lay Eggs All Over Your Body 10 Amazing Things Your Body Produces In
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It’s not just Mission Control that’s counting down — how are you preparing to #LaunchAmerica? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch overage, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms, as we prepare for the return of human spaceflight to U.S.
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According to analysts, green hydrogen produced from solar and wind energy may become the most inexpensive “transformative fuel,” as termed by Australia’s government. Developed by this Decade The government wanted to prioritize “clean hydrogen” as the low-emissions technology, which will eventually replace fossil fuels for transportation, electric power, and industry to help eliminate carbon emissions. The government’s recent statement on this technology
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Ford has a design for removable range-extender that can drop into an electric pickup’s bed, which could possibly become an option for the upcoming F150 electric. Range-extenders, which are basically generators, haven’t become popular with electric vehicles buyers. It’s basically the same concept as a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) with the main difference being that a
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There is a lot of talk right now about systems change, and for good reason: With so many people experiencing the effects of several major crises — the pandemic, the recession, racism and the ongoing climate crisis — we have a narrow window of opportunity for change. As they say, a crisis is a terrible
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Hank discusses the chemistry of sarin, the nerve agent that killed more than 1400 people in a chemical weapons attack in Syria. Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/artist/52/SciShow
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SAN FRANCISCO – In-space transportation startup Momentus announced service agreements Oct. 2 with Australia’s Skykraft and French spacecraft engineering company Mecano ID. Santa, Clara, California-based Momentus revealed plans to deploy a pathfinder for Skykraft’s microsatellite constellation on a Vigoride flight in June 2021. Momentus plans to send the Skykraft microsatellite into orbit via EOS, a
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October 1st, 2020 by Rocky Mountain Institute  News courtesy Rocky Mountain Institute. Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and the Under2 Coalition of states and regions today released a handbook detailing five transformative actions, regional governments can take to limit the effects of climate change while bringing other beneficial impacts to society. The guide, Regions Take Action: The
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