Scientists still do not know the exact answer to the question of how exactly these animals manage to absorb wood in such quantities in the absence of digestion.
Learning foreign languages is one of the best trainings available to a person regardless of age. By memorizing new words or comprehending the wisdom of unfamiliar grammar, we develop the main organ of our body – the brain. We tell how languages make us more attentive, more rational and more musical.
Scientists from the Royal Swedish Institute of Technology have created a fully renewable version of transparent wood by adding fruit peel extract to it.
An antistatic agent is a substance that is used to remove static electric charges from surfaces. But how does he do it?
Over the last million years, there was a long period when Greenland was covered with vegetation. The heat and drought of the last five summers is a unique phenomenon in the last 2000 years of European history. Walruses can swim across the Atlantic (on an ice floe).
The main news on January 28 is dedicated to the climate. For the first time in 2020, the countries of the European Union received more energy from renewable sources than from fossil fuels. The melting rate of glaciers has reached record levels. Over 50 years, the number of sharks and rays has decreased by 70%. The Far East and the Arctic are switching to wood fuel, which will replace diesel fuel. Most people on Earth are concerned about climate issues
Before the New Year holidays, many people ask themselves this question. On the one hand, I want the house to have the smell of spruce and tangerines. On the other hand, it's a pity for the Christmas tree... So what should I do?
American artist and sculptor John Grade, like many of his contemporaries and colleagues, draws inspiration for his works from the idea of unity with nature.
The season of tangerines, oliviers in basins and making a list of gifts will come very soon. In the midst of a climate catastrophe, more and more people are aware of their impact on the environment. Therefore, a reasonable question arises: is an artificial or natural Christmas tree more environmentally friendly?
Our reflexes tell us that if food is chewed for a long time, sooner or later it needs to be swallowed. But when it comes to chewing gum, this sequence no longer seems so logical. Children's horror stories immediately come to mind that swallowed gum will lie in the stomach as a dead weight for many years, or even make the intestines stick together. Is the danger really that great?