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Innovation: a cinema that works without electricity

This ecological cinema works thanks to the energy of the attendees, who, sitting on about 10 bicycles, give up their effort and sweat to keep all the projection equipment running. This includes sound equipment, computer and projector. The idea is great, entertainment, exercise, fun, all free and taking care of the environment!
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The human being is exposed to possible mutations

By Ana Sáez Ramirez * Energy irradiation, Gamma ray radiation or X-ray radiation are naturally harmful. Also class B ultraviolet rays, that is to say short-wave radiation, are harmful and could destroy life in a short time. So those harmful short-wave radiation parts are filtered out by the Earth's atmosphere.
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World Debts, Who owes whom?

By Julio Alexander Parra Maldonado The Social Debt Summit was recently held in Caracas, and interesting points of view were observed on the connotation of external debt in Latin America, but more importantly, the necessary and just cancellation of the debt was clearly envisioned. social debt with the Latin American peoples.
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California learns to recycle water amid drought

By Ellen Knickmeyer California, like many states, required that all water used in homes be disposed of along with wastewater, fearing health risks if the water was recycled improperly. However, since 2010 it has backtracked and now it stimulates the recycling of gray water, which is usually used with soap, such as the sink, shower, bathtub and washing machine.
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Global warming: competing agendas

By Sally Burch According to preliminary data, the sudden increase in CO2 could be due to a diminished capacity of the Earth's biosphere to absorb gas, added to the constant increase in emissions. Normally, a quarter of emissions are absorbed by the oceans, but this in turn has serious consequences due to the increased acidification of seawater, a phenomenon that is happening at a faster rate than has occurred in the last 300 years, at least.
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