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London Underground: Re-harnessing Waste Energy

Gregory

London’s public transportation system, along with the systems that power their industrial factories and air conditioning, for example, produce massive amounts of excessive energy and heat. We all know that feeling when a train or a subway whooshes by us and we’re hit with that warm gust of air. …

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Can You Use Human Waste as Bricks? Apparently You Can!

Gregory

Never did you ever think that would be a sentence you'd read. Human waste as bricks...does that even make sense? Well, according to Professor Abbas Mohajerani from RMIT University in Australia, it does.   For the past 15 years he's been committed to this project, and it's lead him down th…

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The Hardest Part of Climbing Mt. Everest Just Got Easier…Thanks to a Toilet

Gregory

The peak of Mt. Everest is 8,848 meters to the top. That's quite a climb, even for the most experienced mountaineer. The trek takes months, with  climbers facing extreme weather conditions, icy terrain, insanely cold temperatures, and a myriad of other obstacles. But, thanks to a brand new to…

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International Space Station’s New Discovery is All Thanks to a Toilet

Gregory

  Toilets are more than just an essential home item or a giant bowl for our dogs to drink out of. According to the International Space Station, their toilets do more than just remove waste. In this case, a simple toilet can be credited for the discovery of new drug-resistant bacteria. …

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Toilet Technology Receives a Face-lift Thanks to Multi-Million Dollar Donation from the Gates Foundation

Gregory

Bill and Melinda Gates have decided what their next donation-funded research project will be, and that’s enhancing the process of the perfect flush! Just as Bill Gates brainstormed the world-changing and innovative Microsoft, he’s turning his attention towards doing a similar revelation in t…

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