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China Delayed Releasing Crucial Coronavirus Data to the WHO, Study Reports

Information revealed from WHO& 39;s internal meetings speaks of delayed communications and hidden data.June 02, 2020Despite the World Health Organization (WHO) having publicly praised China for its response to COVID-19, it seems that things were quite different behind the scenes, reported AP. It turns out that WHO officials were actually very frustrated with the way China managed the outbreak.
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Rubber brick could save millions of gallons of water

February 03, 2015Did you know that some toilets use up to 3.5 gallons per flush (16 liters) and even high efficiency toilets manufactured in 1994 and beyond use 1.6 gallons per flush (about 7 liters). Yeah you probably didn& 39;t know that. But, if you& 39;re in America right now, especially California with its current record breaking drought, it might be something you want to pay attention to.
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Foodini is a 3D food printer that could change the way we prepare food

April 17, 2014Foodini is a 3D food printer kitchen appliance that is able to create sweet and savoury dishes and along with the people behind it, Natural Machines, they claim that it could change the way that we prepare food altogether. Image Source: Kickstarter Foodini will include a built in 3D scanner, which the company say they have been working with partners for a long time to get the hardware installed into the first units of the Foodini to ship.
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Jarst Indoor Composter

July 07, 2013The idea is to express the appropriation of natural areas, particularly in strongly anthropic habitats of the metropolis where they often live unhealthy conditions: smog, waste, energy consumption, waste of resources. Jarst is a compost from interior, allows to recycle the waste organic substances, which are produced in the kitchen, also allows to fertilize the plant adjacent to the compartment composter.
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