The first permanent electrified road for electric vehicles will be constructed in Sweden

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With the most recent EU regulation requiring zero CO2 emissions from automobiles starting in 2035, European nations are scrambling to set up the infrastructure (electrified road) required for the mobility of electric vehicles (EVs). In terms of sustainability requirements and the adoption of renewable energy, Sweden is appropriately upholding its pioneering reputation.

“Oasis Towers” are the astounding new 492-foot-tall towers that appear to have partially collapsed

The 'Oasis Towers', located in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, will 'offer a refuge for people in a congested and quickly developing sector'. Some might say that they initially resemble towers that have partially collapsed to the ground. However, these images depict how two cutting-edge new skyscrapers in China will appear once they are finished. The two … Continue reading “Oasis Towers” are the astounding new 492-foot-tall towers that appear to have partially collapsed

In this human library in Denmark, you can borrow a ‘person’ rather than a ‘book’

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Have you ever heard of a human library? You must have visited libraries, where you could browse countless books, choose titles that intrigued you, and learn more about your interests

A Huge New Ocean May Open As Africa is Splitting Into Two Continents

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Africa is gradually splitting in two. Like anything in geology, it will take millions of years, but ultimately, a portion of East Africa will separate from the rest of the continent, most likely leading to the formation of a new ocean between the two land masses.

NASA monitors an asteroid that was recently discovered and has a “small chance” of hitting Earth in 2046

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According to NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office, a recently discovered asteroid about the size of an Olympic swimming pool has a "small chance" of hitting Earth in 23 years with a possible impact on Valentine's Day in 2046.

7,000 islands that Japan didn’t know it has have just been discovered

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According to new digital mapping by the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI), there are 14,125 islands in Japanese territory, more than double the official number of 6,852 since a report by the Japanese Coast Guard in 1987.