It’s not just about CO2 #science #sustainability

Scientist, Dr Sarah-Jeanne Royer  has discovered that plastic is responsible for more of the methane gas in our sea water. It was previously thought that the gasses were produced by biological activity. Some members of the lab were experimenting with high density polyethylene bottles looking at methane biological production, but the concentrations were much higher than […]

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Are you hooked on your phone ? #lifehacks #social #technology

You may be reading this on your phone and that would make sense according to a study in the UK. Ofcom (UK telecoms regulator) has discovered that 78% of all adults now own a smartphone and we check them every 12 minutes that we are awake! Ironically the study showed that these devices were not […]

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Work life balance according to Stephen Hawking #lifehacks

Stephen Hawking’s advice to his children (2010), Work gives you meaning and purpose, and life is empty without it and psychologists agree, no matter the size of a goal – whether curing cancer or helping a colleague – having a sense of meaning and feeling a sense of progress can contribute to happiness in the […]

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What actually happens in the Bermuda Triangle #mystery #rebootme #travel

Devil’s Triangle, commonly known as the Bermuda Triangle lies between the island of Bermuda, Puerto Rico and the southern part of Florida, USA. According to the New York Times, it is famed for claiming over 50 ships and potentially 20 planes since records began in the 1900s. (See article here) Now University of Southampton oceanographers […]

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