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New Report Claims Bitcoin Mining CO2 Emission is on par With a Major US City

It has been at least a few months since the last condemning report involving Bitcoin mining was published. A new report published in Joule claims the emission of Bitcoin miners is getting out of hand rather quickly. So much even that it allegedly puts out as much CO2 per year as the entire Kansas City area. As is usually the case, these reports need to be taken with a few …
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Transparent Solar Panels can Bring Renewable Energy to any Building

In the technology industry, there are always some developments which might not entirely seem possible at first. A great example comes in the form of recent achievement by Michigan State University researchers. Their plan is to create transparent solar panels which can be placed over a window to harvest solar energy. Windows Turn Into Solar Panels, of Sorts As the need for renewable energy sources increases on a global scale, …
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Cancer Researchers in Israel Believe They Will Have a Cure for Cancer in 1 Year

According to the WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer, 18.1 million cancer cases are diagnosed worldwide each year. Cancer is now the second leading cause of death behind cardiovascular diseases. It is imperative now, more than ever, that we continue to seek new methods to treat this devastating illness. Promising Research with Multi-Agent Toxins Recently, Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies did an interview where stated they believe that they will “offer in a year’s time …
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What Is Red Pulse?

Even though Chinese regulators and banks are not exactly in favor of cryptocurrencies, they do see merit in blockchain technology. As such, there are quite a few blockchain-based projects which aim to tackle this industry. Red Pulse and the associated Red Pulse Token are making an impact in this regard. Their next-generation intelligence and content ecosystem for Chinese markets will certainly attract a lot of attention moving forward. What is the …
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