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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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Did The Ocean Cleanup Project Fail?

You’ve probably seen this before. Most likely, it was one of those things that you saw around Facebook for about a week, and then never heard from again. This is the first stand-alone Ocean Cleanup system. It was launched in September 2018, and since then little has been heard about …

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Why Did Microsoft Put a Data Center Underwater?

“Cloud computing” has become a buzzword for several years; this is the term when software, data storage and processing are processed remotely on a server somewhere, and not on the local device you work on. Despite its high name, it does not occur in some kind of mystical cloud, but …

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How Close Are We to Completely Mapping the Ocean?

We explored the jungle, desert, Arctic, even the moon. But one place still remains a largely unexplored enigma; our oceans Oceans occupy about 70% of the Earth’s surface, but we know more about the geography of Mars than about what lies at the bottom of the sea. But all this …

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