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The moon's oxygen will be enough for all human beings for a million years!

The moon’s oxygen will be enough for all human beings for a million years! New South Wales: An Australian scientist has revealed in an interesting article that the soil, rocks and rocks on the surface of the moon contain enough oxygen to sustain eight billion people on earth for 100,000 years. That is, if we develop a technology that can effectively separate oxygen from the moon’s dust…
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New 'bullet-like aircraft' revolutionizing business class flight

New ‘bullet-like aircraft’ revolutionizing business class flight California: Call it a gas-filled balloon, a pill, or an egg. But the new Otto Celera 500L can reduce air friction due to its shape and is capable of significant fuel savings. It is designed by William Otto Jr. of Auto Aviation Company, which flies at lightning speed, reducing air friction due to its unique shape. In…
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Amazon Car Must Haves - Cool Things To Buy From TikTok!

Amazon Car Must Haves – Cool Things To Buy From TikTok! We already know that there are plenty of cool things to buy on Amazon for cars, but the popular online retailer has stepped it up recently. With the emergence of TikTok, the cool Amazon products just keep getting better.  Whether you’re a regular commuter or planning a long road trip, you should make your car the best it can be.
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Scientists have created a mysterious hot black ice

Scientists have created a mysterious hot black ice CHICAGO: Cold and white come to mind when the name ice is mentioned, but now American scientists have turned water into black ice under tremendous pressure and high temperatures. In technical language it is called ‘superionic ice’ which is commonly called ‘hot black ice’. Experts believe that this type of ice may be present…
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Announcing the construction of Commercial Plaza in space

Announcing the construction of Commercial Plaza in space Atlanta: Amazon owner Jeff Bezos’ company Blue Origin has announced plans to build a large, commercial space station by 2030 where various businesses and businesses will be able to set up their offices. In this regard, a video has been released by Blue Origin in which the interior scenes of the world’s first “commercial…
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Sleep bus service launched in Hong Kong

Sleep bus service launched in Hong Kong Hong Kong: A bus service has been launched in Hong Kong in which people can sit and travel 47 miles, but the bus will not go anywhere but will return around. In this regard, a Hong Kong company Olu Tours has launched a bus service. According to the company, there are some people who are disturbed by the rapid pace of urban life and are disturbed by insomnia…
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NASA's Lucy mission in search of mysterious solar system planets

NASA’s Lucy mission in search of mysterious solar system planets Colorado: NASA has sent a new spacecraft named after the famous fossil, Fossil, found in Africa, which will identify the asteroids near the planet Jupiter, one of the oldest remnants of the solar system. Are and experts have called them fossils of the solar system. Launched from Cape Canaveral by the Alliance Atlas rocket, the…
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The Japanese are now making clothes for robots

The Japanese are now making clothes for robots TOKYO: A clothing store has opened in Japan that only makes clothes for robots instead of humans. This is because the Japanese have a special fondness for robots and they are especially happy to see clothes made for robots. A company called Rocket Road makes clothes for robots of all types and sizes. The company wants robots to look a little more…
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Weight Gainer

Obesity is one of the most common health problems in our country and around the world. Since many people are overweight or obese, numerous studies are carried out to combat this problem, which has a very important role in the development of chronic diseases. No matter how common obesity is, many people around the world also experience the problem of not gaining weight and being thin. Just like…
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In children, the habit of staring at the screen can impair vision

In children, the habit of staring at the screen can impair vision Cambridge: A new survey warns that especially young children should be kept away from smartphones and tablets as constant screen exposure increases their chances of developing myopia by 80 per cent. According to a report published in the leading medical research journal Lancet, Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge surveyed about…
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