« The Eelume is an undersea snaking robot »

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The Eelume is an undersea snaking robot that can squirm through machines at the bottom of the ocean to maintain and repair them. The robot uses its side-to-side motion to propel itself through water instead of using more expensive thrusters. ▶@ovnisvideoscom, all the news you will love ! ▶Follow: #ovnisvideoscom ▶Contact: ovnisvideos.news@gmail.com ▶Shop: @ovnisvideosshop ▶Website: www.ovnis-videos.com ▶#ovnisvideoscom #ufology #ufos #ovnis #aliens #extraterrestre #space #spaceships #universe #asteroides #mars #spacex #elonmusk #nasa #esa #sciences #tesla #nature #tech #futuristic #robotics #bostondynamics #tsunami #storm #earthquake #tornado #informatique #paranormal #cinema #news

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« Did you know that up to 80% of the water on the @iss is recycled? »

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Did you know that up to 80% of the water on the @iss is recycled? Astronauts living and working 400 km above our planet might prefer not to think about it, but the water they drink is recycled from their colleague’s sweat and exhaled breath – collected as condensation on the Space Station’s walls. @europeanspaceagency ▶@ovnisvideoscom, all the news you will love ! ▶Follow: #ovnisvideoscom ▶Contact: ovnisvideos.news@gmail.com ▶Shop: @ovnisvideosshop ▶Website: www.ovnis-videos.com ▶#ovnisvideoscom #ufology #ufos #ovnis #aliens #extraterrestre #space #spaceships #universe #asteroides #mars #spacex #elonmusk #nasa #esa #sciences #tesla #nature #tech #futuristic #robotics #bostondynamics #tsunami #storm #earthquake #tornado #informatique #paranormal #cinema #news

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« Some thought that the alignment of these planets with the pyramid of Giza sign the end of the world this December 3, 2012 »

« No Earth, No Future ! Act Now ! »

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No Earth, no Future ! Act Now ! About 90 percent of all the plastic that reaches the world's oceans gets flushed through just 10 rivers: The Yangtze, the Indus, Yellow River, Hai River, the Nile, the Ganges, Pearl River, Amur River, the Niger, and the Mekong (in that order). These rivers have a few key things in common. All of them run through areas where a lot of people live — hundreds of millions of people in some case. But what's more important is that these areas don't have adequate waste collection or recycling infrastructure. There is also little public awareness that plastic trash is a problem at all, so a lot of garbage gets thrown into the river and conveniently disappears downstream. ▶@ovnisvideoscom, all the news you will love ! ▶Follow: #ovnisvideoscom ▶Contact: ovnisvideos.news@gmail.com ▶Shop: @ovnisvideosshop ▶Website: www.ovnis-videos.com ▶#ovnisvideoscom #ufology #ufos #ovnis #aliens #extraterrestre #space #spaceships #universe #asteroides #mars #spacex #elonmusk #nasa #esa #sciences #tesla #nature #tech #futuristic #robotics #bostondynamics #tsunami #storm #earthquake #tornado #informatique #paranormal #cinema #news

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« Venus flytraps »

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Like most plants, Venus flytraps conduct photosynthesis, and they get nutrients from the air and soil. However, because of the poor soil where they live, they are much healthier when they supplement their diet with insects. This species eats insects by catching them in its leaf traps and then digesting them. The trap will open 5-12 days later and release the exoskeleton of the insect, since this cannot be digested. The Venus flytrap is continually growing new leaf traps. Each one can only digest about three different insects before it turns black and falls off. Even if it is opening and closing on nothing, it can only do so about seven times. That's why it's best not to poke a Venus flytrap. It may seem like harmless fun, but it costs the plant energy and hurts the trap, causing the plant to need a new one without gaining any energy from insects. ▶@ovnisvideoscom, all the news you will love ! ▶Follow: #ovnisvideoscom ▶Contact: ovnisvideos.news@gmail.com ▶Shop: @ovnisvideosshop ▶Website: www.ovnis-videos.com ▶#ovnisvideoscom #ufology #ufos #ovnis #aliens #extraterrestre #space #spaceships #universe #asteroides #mars #spacex #elonmusk #nasa #esa #sciences #tesla #nature #tech #futuristic #robotics #bostondynamics #tsunami #storm #earthquake #tornado #informatique #paranormal #cinema #news

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« Les opioïdes déciment les Américains et touchent désormais la France »

Plusieurs rapports et enquêtes font état des dégâts colossaux des opioïdes aux États-Unis. Envoyé Spécial, magazine de France 2, a d’ailleurs consacré une émission à ce sujet. Cependant, nous devons également tirer la sonnette d’alarme dans l’hexagone, car plus de 10 millions de ces antidouleurs ont été prescrits en 2015… Les répercutions sont donc également très lourdes en France selon un rapport de l’Agence du médicament paru mercredi. Lire la suite

« L’avenir de notre planète se joue en Antarctique »

L’Antarctique est connu de tous comme étant le cinquième plus grand continent du monde. Cependant, son identité ne se limite pas à sa grandeur, et peu de gens savent ce que ce continent froid recèle vraiment. Si vous êtes des aventuriers, des touristes amateurs ou simplement curieux sur ce que la nature nous a offert, voici une liste de 10 faits qui pourrait vous donner envie de vous y rendre. Lire la suite