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Oil in 60 min

Although efforts are being made to cut down on our reliance on oil, such as more efficient cars and green energy production solutions, it seems very unlikely we’ll ever stop using it completely. At least, not before it runs out, anyway. So it’s reassuring to know that there may be an alternative in the works that allows us to produce our very own crude oil.

 

 

 
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3D Metal Printer

Criticism of 3D printers is that they can easily replicate any number of shapes and objects, but only in plastic. Great for printing trinkets like a mobile phone case or a chess set, but how it will it help when you need, say, a new dishwasher part? A new type of 3D printer designed by engineers might solve some of these problems. It’s open source, and it prints in metal.

 

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Killing your plants with your Wifi Router

Are your houseplants slowly dieing? Maybe! But there may be another reason (other than negligence) why all are yellow and wilty: its from your Wi-Fi router.

An experiment conducted by a group of high school students in Denmark has sparked some serious international interest in the scientific community.

 

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