How to Beat the Agony of a Dying Phone Battery

Phones and tablets are our main computers these days. We rely on them. Manufacturers limit the device's performance once battery capacity has...

Free Energy Magnetic Motor: Alsetalokin’s Version Filmed Working

Many have tried to build magnetic motors, but it's difficult, and the difficulty comes from the fact that you somehow have to isolate and beam the magnetic field into only one direction. Here is another experimenter that uses rotating magnets on the stator, that if aligned properly to a certain pattern that he tries to find every time the motor starts.

Pestalotiopsis Microspora: Fungus That Eats Plastic Bottles Lives in The Rain Forest

Just when you thought that the miracles of the Amazonian forest are all known to man, a team of Yale researchers has just found...

GMO Wheat Escapes Lab, Grows in the Wild

It's not the first time. In the late-1990s, agriculture company Monsanto began developing wheat genetically modified to resist the company’s Roundup weed killer. Monsanto ended the...
Nestle Maggi Bannedin India

Nestle’s Maggi Banned in India Due to Excessive Chemicals Used

Global food giant Nestle's Maggi instant noodles are banned in many of the Indian states including the Capital city Delhi, due to the presence...

7 Ways Forests Benefit the Environment

We're seeing these days many scientists and environmental researchers talking about how forests could improve the environment. After developing and implementing so many green...

New Biodegradable Waterproof Coating Reduces Unnecessary Landfill Waste

New 100% biodegradable and waterproof coating could finally make the packaging industry sustainable. Developed by a team of Australian scientists, the new compound is...
Volvo V60 PHEV, an Expensive Option

Euro 7 Air Pollution Regulations Could Push Diesels Out of the Market

Unlike the Unites States, diesel engines are very common in Europe, but it may not be that way for long, thanks to ever-stricter air...

DIY: How to Build a Greywater Recycling System in 3 Steps

Water shortages already cause problems for millions of people around the world, and the problem will likely only be exacerbated in the future. Get ahead...

New York is Building a Wall to Hold Back the Ocean

https://youtu.be/A9asEJokafM When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the East Coast in 2012, New York City was devastated. Winds blew in at 80 mph, and storm surges...