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Why The Ocean Can’t Fix The Drought

California is the fourth year of a severe drought, but it is near the largest ocean on the planet. Some of our viewers want to know why they just don’t use it? Hello everyone, Julian is here for DNews. California is thirsty. In addition to nearly 39 million inhabitants, California …

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America v China: a new kind of cold war | The Economist

The dispute between the United States and China is much more than an exchange for everything: from blockbusters to exploring the moon, from semiconductors to submarines in all areas where the spoiled America’s superpower relations are competing, believes that China is stealing secrets, stealing the way to domination, and then …

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How the oceans can clean themselves: Boyan Slat at TEDxDelft

Translator: Ondrej Moravchik Reviewer: Tatiana Yevdzhich Once there was a stone age, a bronze age, and now we are in the middle of the plastic age. Because every year we produce about 300,000,000 tons of plastic, and part of it goes into rivers, waterways and, ultimately, into oceans. If you …

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ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER RUSSIAN SUBMARINE ENCOUNTERS A MAJOR MISHAP !

The Russian Defense Ministry was quoted as saying by Russian news agencies that 14 Russian submariners have been killed in a incident. As per sources, the incident took place on the AS-31 deep-sea nuclear submarine nicknamed Losharik. Losharik was designed for research, rescue and special operations and can hold up …

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Unilever and Next Billion team up with Ocean Protocol

Data is everywhere and yet not easily accessible. It is often scattered, scattered everywhere, whether it is a private or public organization. I am very happy to see companies like Ocean Protocol that actually support and help companies access their own data and any other types of data that will …

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4Ocean working to rid ocean pollution

Here, in our beautiful state, life revolves around the sun, sand and our beautiful beaches, beautiful ocean and the preservation of these beaches. Water is crucial to life, a local company works very hard to keep our oceans and coastlines clean, selling bracelets alex schultz is a co-founder of Ocean, …

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Deep Sea Fish Farming in Geodesic Domes: Upgrade

Fifty years ago, almost everything we ate from the sea was wild, and the emergence of aquaculture was one of the major changes in fish. Approximately half of what we eat from the sea is grown if we think that this ethical shift in unbound aquapods will have the immediate …

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GTN Ocean Clean-Up Special | GTN Show Ep. 87

– This is a GTN show. Yes, I know, we are back on the beach. But I thought that would be rude, because we are still here in Southern California. But we are here to talk about plastic, and what we, triathletes, can do to help the problem of plastic …

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What Lives At The BOTTOM Of The Mariana Trench?

From ax-shaped fish to bone-eating zombies, here are 10 crazy things that live in the deepest place on Earth !!! Welcome to the Mariana Trench! 10. Fried shark Fried shark has been around for a long time. They are “living fossils” that are believed to have floated somewhere between 95 …

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7 Things We Don’t Know About the Ocean

People have done a pretty good job of exploring the earth so far, climbing mountains and crossing continents and setting our flags everywhere in the name of science. But one part of the world, which remained rather mysterious for us, also covers more than 70% of its surface: the ocean. …

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Farms under the sea could feed the world in 2050

This is a small farmhouse in California. – You can feed the mussel alone. If you are in the past 50 years, – People are really actively looking to the ocean for the future. Oceans cover the earth’s surface. But now they produce only 2% of our food. – You …

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Kelp Could Save Our Oceans — If You Eat It (HBO)

“According to a new climate study conducted today, significant human carbon emissions actually began more than 100 years before scientists thought. This may shift the tipping point of an irreversible temperature increase even closer. One of the main causes of anthropogenic climate change is industrial agriculture. But a new form …

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