People Should Drink Way More Recycled Wastewater
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People Should Drink Way More Recycled Wastewater

The future drinking water runs through a complex and loud network of pipes, tanks, and cylinders on a hilltop in San Diego. The North City Water
What to do if your AirPods get wet
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What to do if your AirPods get wet

It happens. It happens. You throw a load of laundry into the washer and the AirPods are in your favorite pair of pants. You might be sitting on the
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Fact check: Plastic water bottles left in hot cars don't release dioxins, do leach other chemicals

The claim is that heat reacts with plastic water bottles chemicals and releases dioxin. Are water bottles able to leach cancer-causing chemicals when
Hackers Keep Targeting the US Water Supply
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Hackers Keep Targeting the US Water Supply

You might be considering jumping ship after all the recent Facebook news (which, frankly, is there any?). Here's how you can delete your Facebook
Launch of world’s first fully net zero carbon hotel
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Launch of world’s first fully net zero carbon hotel

Press Release 13 October 2021 London room2, a hometel brand, has announced that it will open the first ever whole-life net zero carbon hotel in
Hubble finds evidence of persistent water vapor in one hemisphere of Europa
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Hubble finds evidence of persistent water vapor in one hemisphere of Europa

NASA's Galileo spacecraft took this photograph of Europa, the Jovian moon. It was taken at 776,700 miles. Europa is slightly smaller than Earth's
Growing Crops Under Solar Panels? Now There’s a Bright Idea
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Growing Crops Under Solar Panels? Now There’s a Bright Idea

A warmer environment holds more moisture, which can lead to heavy precipitation. Protecting plants can be beneficial in times of extreme heat and
Homeland Security Warns of Cyberattacks Intended to Kill People
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Homeland Security Warns of Cyberattacks Intended to Kill People

Alejandro Mayorkas, Homeland Security Secretary, warns that cyberattacks could cause the death of thousands. This is a dangerous and imminent shift
Five Things to Know About NASA’s Lunar Rover ‘VIPER’
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Five Things to Know About NASA’s Lunar Rover ‘VIPER’

Corryn Wetzel Daily Correspondent VIPER, the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, is heading to the moon's south pole in 2023 to look for
Controlling thin films with atomic 'spray painting'
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Controlling thin films with atomic 'spray painting'

Researchers were able to determine the effects of iron on the material's function through high-precision synthesis and measurements in oxide thin