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Scientists say the ozone may be fully healed within 50 years

Scientists say the ozone may be fully healed within 50 years

Before climate change dominated headlines globally, our deteriorating ozone was the prime ecological concern. Decades later, scientists now claim a fully recovery could be on the cards before the century’s end. There’s belief bubbling that in the foreseeable future we may actually save ourselves… from ourselves. Amid the constant, demoralising talk of how climate change is threatening the planet, here’s a report to galvanise yourselves and avoid existential dread on a...

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Perseverance Mars rover discovers abundance of organic molecules

Perseverance Mars rover discovers abundance of organic molecules

NASA says its Perseverance rover is finding organic molecules on ‘every target’ that it observes, providing further evidence to suggest that Mars was once teeming with life. New data from NASA’s rover, Perseverance, has reinforced suggestions that life may have existed on Mars billions of years ago. A press conference was held last Thursday to showcase the findings. Perseverance has discovered a variety of organic modules in Jezero Crater, an ancient lake...

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Scientists have found a way to turn plastic into diamonds

Scientists have found a way to turn plastic into diamonds

By recreating the extreme conditions of exoplanets, a team of researchers have successfully managed to produce nanodiamonds from PET plastic. As the climate disaster worsens, our need for technological solutions becomes more urgent. Over the last decade, research into climate innovation has produced a mixed bag of results despite the mounting pressure. Some ideas have gained traction and are genuinely viable, while others have proven to be...

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Is Twitter’s new ‘editing’ feature a good thing?

Is Twitter’s new ‘editing’ feature a good thing?

A new, highly anticipated ‘edit’ tool is being internally tested for Twitter. The update would let users amend tweets up to 30 minutes after posting. Could this open the door for even more misinformation problems? Most of us have probably had to delete a tweet before. Whether it was due to negligence, regret, drunken mistakes, or a typo, nearly every Twitter user has retracted content at one time or another....

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