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Unraveling the Journey of Waste: From Disposal to Global Enterprise

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to overlook the journey our discarded items embark upon after they leave our hands. That empty Coca-Cola bottle, tossed into the bin, becomes part of a sprawling global waste industry, dedicated to extracting every ounce of value from what we discard. This intricate process begins at sorting facilities like Green Recycling, where the transformation of waste takes its first steps. From there, a complex network of brokers and traders comes into play. Paper finds [...]

Addressing Europe’s Food Waste Crisis: A Path Towards Change

Europe is grappling with a staggering food waste problem, as millions of tonnes of food are discarded each year, squandering valuable resources, incurring significant costs, and contributing to greenhouse gas emissions. The European Union (EU) acknowledges this pressing issue and seeks to implement measures to combat food waste effectively. According to EU statistics, approximately 131kg per person, equivalent to 56 million tonnes of food worth €132 billion, goes to waste annually. However, a recent study conducted in 2022 estimated the [...]

New Generation Solar Panels Produce Power From Rain And Work In The Dark

The first solar panel was made in 1883 by Charles Fritts, a New York inventor. In 1955 commercial solar cell technologies were licensed and a 2% efficient commercial solar cell was put on the market for $25/cell or $1.785/watt. By 1999 the total worldwide installed solar reaches 1.000 MW. In 2022 and the worldwide installed solar power is approximately 268 gigawatts and is expected to rise to 315 GW in 2023. The overall percentage of Solar Power in the World [...]

5 Oldest Alphabets in the World

Egyptian Hieroglyphs Origins: Egyptian Hieroglyphs emerged around 3200 BCE in Ancient Egypt. Characteristics: This writing system used pictorial symbols to represent words and sounds. It comprised of hundreds of different hieroglyphs, including ideograms, phonograms, and determinatives. Importance: Egyptian Hieroglyphs were primarily used for religious and monumental inscriptions. The Rosetta Stone, discovered in 1799, played a crucial role in deciphering this ancient script. Ancient Greek Alphabet Origins: The Ancient Greek Alphabet emerged around the 9th century BCE in Greece. Characteristics: The [...]

10 of the Amazing Benefits of Palo Santo

Palo Santo is known for being an incredibly fragrant wood that’s linked to good fortune. It’s burned as incense, and has notes of pine, lemon, and mint. Palo Santo is related to Frankincense, and its name in Spanish means “holy wood”. Palo Santo has a range of uses and benefits in both ancient and modern cultures. It’s become increasingly popular as more people turn to holistic therapies for both mental and spiritual help. Here are 10 of the amazing [...]

Nature sounds and Human brain

A study related to the well-being of humans by connecting to nature and environment refers to ‘Environmental Psychology.’ Environmental psychology believes that nature is significantly involved in the conduct and development of human beings. This type of study believes that nature contributes to the humans’ behavior, feelings, and even thinking to a large extent. Another research with the title of ‘Human-Nature Relationship and Its Impact on Health: A Critical Review,’ showed how nature is inter-connected with humans’ wellbeing, and [...]

Ganymede (Jupiter III)

Ganymede is the largest moon of Jupiter. It also happens to be the largest moon in our Solar System. Bigger than planet Mercury actually. It was discovered by Simon Marius in 1610, who named it Ganymede, after Zeus' cup-bearer. Its diameter is 5,268.2 km and it takes 7 days and 3 hours for it to orbit Jupiter. Ganymede's distance from Big J is 1.070 million km. Ganymede's core is iron-rich and liquid, it also has an internal ocean, [...]


If you've ever wondered where the actual hell could be located (if it were real), I'm here to tell you it would be in our Solar System. On Jupiter's moon Io, actually. It was named Io (which means "moon" in ancient greek) after one of Zeus' lovers. This little guy is packed with about 400 active volcanoes. In fact, it is the most active (volcanically) body in our Solar System. A total badass! It's a bit bigger [...]

Europa (Jupiter II)

Europa is one of 79 and the 4th largest moon of Jupiter. It was discovered by Simon Marius in 1609, who named it "Europa", after a princess from Greek Mythology. Its diameter is 3121.6km, just a bit smaller than Earth's moon. It takes roughly 3.5 days for Europa to orbit Jupiter. Europa's distance from Jupiter is about 670.900km.  Scientists believe that Europa has an iron core and an atmosphere (mostly oxygen). The surface is smooth and icy. Under [...]

The Moon (Luna)

The Moon(or Luna) is Earth's only natural satellite. It was created as a result of collision between Earth and Mars-sized protoplanet Teia 4.53 billion years ago. It's 384399 km away from Earth and moves away from our planet at a rate of 3.8 cm per year. The Moon's gravity is 1/6 of Earth's and it has no atmosphere. In 2009 NASA announced that they have found water on the moon. The Moon's cycle is 29 days, 12 hours, [...]

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