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Use of Nanotechnology in Energy Storage Devices: A comprehensive Review

Harvesting energy and its clean utilization has become one of the major challenges of the world. The annual world energy consumption has reached 4.1 1020 joules and it is believed to double in 2050. Currently, we are getting about 80% of our energy from fossil fuels and 20% from other sources like biomass, nuclear and hydropower. It is believed that there are abundant fossil fuels present in…
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Possibility of burning a shark's skin from marine acid

Climate change or climate change is affecting the most vulnerable animals, and now the news is that increased acidity in the oceans (SDF) can cause sharks’ skin burns and their skin can be severely affected. Experts believe that microscopic carvings or denticles on shark’s skin help these animals to swim, and if acidity increases in water, it may also affect the shark’s…
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11,000 Scientists Around The World Sign The Global Climate Emergency Message

In this letter, he proposes to impose a global climate emergency, namely, a global climate emergency. The message says that if we humans do not make lasting and profound changes in our way of life, then soon the whole of humanity will face irreparable human suffering and problems. Although decades have been spent on pollution and climate change by experts, they are not being taken seriously in…
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The smallest but a weakest black hole in the universe is discovered

Ohio: A hot news has come from the far reaches of the universe that, to our knowledge, the smallest black hole has been discovered so far that may require reviewing the ideas behind the formation of the black hole itself. The diameter of this black hole is only 20km and it revolves around a very large star but is unable to grab it or steal its substance. In 83 days, this black hole completes…
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