The Fuel That Could Solve Britain’s Lethal Air Pollution Crisis Has One Big Drawback

Last month in London one air pollution monitoring station breached it’s annual limit just five days into the new year. Soon after, the Mayor Sadiq Khan issued a red alert over dangerous smog. The problem of lethal air pollution though is far from limited to the capital with the problem ...

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What will life look like in 100 years?

A new report predicts that going on an exotic holiday in 2116 won’t just mean heading as far afield as Australia or Thailand but leaving the Earth’s atmosphere completely to spend a fortnight on the Moon or Mars. From owning an apartment in an underwater ‘bubble city’ to eating 3D-printed ...

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Stanlow oil refinery’s dramatic flaring process explained

Huge flares from the Essar oil refinery at Stanlow lit up the sky for miles around on Thursday night (February 16). The orange flames pulsed in the night leading to a lot of concern from the public. It turned out to be routine maintenance at the plant but still made for an incredibly dramatic ...

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The world needs to consider how to manage the end of the fossil fuel era!

  Reducing dependency on fossil fuels is a major challenge for most economically advanced countries of the world as there is a very important link between the usage of fossil fuels and the economic conditions of individual Countries. One of the major reasons behind the increasing demand to ...

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Cars That Run For 100 Years Without Refuelling Are Closer Than You May Think

Forget what you know, because cars that can run for 100 years without refuelling could be just around the corner. There’s a new propulsion technology on the horizon that uses an incredibly dense element called thorium. It’s so dense that even the smallest grain of it has the potential to create ...

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7 Surprising Ways To Improve The Fuel Efficiency Of Your Car

  With the increase in fuel prices at the pumps, people are  looking for ways to make their fuel go further more than ever. Brexit has marked the end of cheap petrol as the weak pound sends prices back up, the AA warned. The main cause of the increase is down to wounded sterling which fell ...

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Problematic Potholes!!

Potholes are a common nuisance on our roadways. Not only do they make a street look rundown and unsightly, but they pose a threat to the safety of anyone who travels on the road. Potholes can develop or worsen practically overnight, so even drivers who regularly cover a particular stretch of ...

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Petrol Vs Diesel Car- Which Is More Popular

Buyers of new cars are increasingly choosing petrol models, ending a long period of dominance by their diesel counterparts. As recently as 2014, diesels accounted for more than half of the new car market. But a combination of recent factors, including relatively higher fuel prices, concerns ...

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