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You Will NEVER Believe What This Blonde Bombshell Does For A Living!

Canada’s hottest plumber’ lifts lid on life working as a woman in the male-dominated industry The 24-year-old is determined to challenge stereotypes by showing women can succeed in whichever workplace they choose Aimee Stanton from Montreal Canada, was initially mistaken as a hairdresser – and says the road to success …

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Power utilities forced to adapt as climate change brings wilder weather

The increasing intensity of storms that lead to massive power outages highlights the need for Canada’s electrical utilities to be more robust and innovative, climate change scientists say. “We need to plan to be more resilient in the face of the increasing chances of these events occurring,” University of New …

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The underwater drones that hunt for oil spills beneath the waves

This navy boat dumped chemicals in the ocean for good reason Technical University of Cartagena By Joshua Howgego A SMALL dinghy bobs on the ocean a few miles off the Irish coast. Two men in dark clothes lower a pipe into the water, switch on a pump and chemicals start to …

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Allergy explosion: They are on the rise, and here’s why

Banning nuts on planes and in schools may seem like hysteria, but there’s good reason: allergies are becoming more common. And you may not realise how you’re affected By Penny Sarchet Yet another warning? It’s not just paranoia – allergies, especially to food, are on the rise Pat Canova / Alamy …

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Sound waves are a form of antigravity because they have negative mass

This might sound strange… BahadirTanriover/Getty By Leah Crane Heavy metal music isn’t heavy after all – it is actually the opposite. Sound waves have mass and can interact via gravity, but that mass is negative. In other words, sound floats upwards. Angelo Esposito at Columbia University in New York and his colleagues …

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