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Scientists Create a Strange ‘Living Concrete’ That Heals Itself When Damaged

Scientists at the University of Colorado, Boulder have created what The New York Times calls a “living concrete”, teeming with photosynthetic bacteria, that can grow itself and regenerate itself – much like a living organism. The concrete is a mixture of gelatin, sand, and cyanobacteria that cools similarly to Jell-O, the Times reports. The resulting structure was …

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Smoke From Australia Wildfires Has Reached The Stratosphere And Made “Full Circuit” Around Earth, NASA Says

Smoke from Australia’s deadly bushfires has circumnavigated the planet and reached 16 kilometers (10 miles) high into the stratosphere, which could have further implications for global climate conditions. And it’s not just smoke and fire that are tearing through the southern continent, said NASA officials in a statement. Extreme conditions associated …

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The End of Coffins – Organic Burial Pods Turn Bodies Into Trees

When a funeral pops into a conversation, everyone’s first thoughts are sadness, of course, along with coffins, tombstones, large graveyards, etc. For the most part, these are completely normal things associated with death and funeral proceedings. However, a company called Capsula Mundi is experimenting with a unique burial method that …

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This Solar-Powered Electric Car Never Needs Charging

Now you can drive for thousands of miles, and you don’t have to recharge your vehicle thanks to a California startup, Aptera Motors, who is designing solar-powered cars. In 2006, Aptera Motors was initially founded under the name Accelerated Composites. Then, in 2011 the company was liquidated. In 2012, the …

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Australia Fires Map: Where Are The Fires In Australia

AUSTRALIANS are bracing for a dangerous and unpredictable night as the fires are expected to worsen. To date, 23 people have tragically lost their lives due to the Australia fires raging across the country since September, with dozens more missing. Australia fires map  – Temperature forecast for Jan 4 with …

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