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Solar Powered Street Green Technology Concept with Movement Sensors - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest New. This is an energy saving product for public spaces.

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With its 7.3 square meters of the main panel with solar cells and with MoSESS (Movement sensors energy saving system), it is able to provide illumination throughout all night. All objects that are part of this concept are connected to each other by an underground connection and also to electric grid which enables sharing of leftover energy in cases when this is needed. NGO Launches Award to Tackle Environmental Degradation - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. The Mary Elika foundation has expressed concern over the rising problem of environmental pollution and degradation and charged the state governments to rise to the challenge to complement the federal government’s efforts.

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The Chief Executive Officer of the foundation, Mrs. Mary Manzo, told newsmen Monday April 29th in Abuja that the NGO has floated an initiative to ginger state governments into action to address the environmental challenges in their areas. In China, Pollution Worsens Despite New Efforts - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. The world’s most prodigious emitter of greenhouse gas, continues to suffer the downsides of unbridled economic growth despite a raft of new environmental initiatives.

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The quality of air in Chinese cities is increasingly tainted by coal-burning power plants, grit from construction sites and exhaust from millions of new cars squeezing onto crowded roads, according to a government study issued this week. Other newly released figures show a jump in industrial accidents and an epidemic of pollution in waterways. The report’s most unexpected findings pointed to an increase in inhalable particulates in cities like Beijing, where officials have struggled to improve air quality by shutting down noxious factories and tightening auto emission standards. Fog collections by Robert Schemenauer and Pilar Cereceda - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today.

[pullquote]Robert Schemenauer and Pilar Cereceda describe the unique process of collecting fog as a complementary source of water supply.

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Robert Schemenauer is an Emeritus Research Scientist with the Department of the Environment in Canada. Pilar Cereceda is a Professor with the Geography Department of the Pontifical Catholic University in Santiago, Chile. [/pullquote] Lakes and rivers, wells and the sea, these are the sources of water most people would list if asked. Bird Watching: Pelagic Birds Southern Africa. The nutrient-rich, and rather cold, Benguela Current wells up at the continental shelf south-west of Cape Town.

Bird Watching: Pelagic Birds Southern Africa

It brings plankton from the southern oceans of Antarctica and creates excellent feeding for pelagic fish and a feeding frenzy for pelagic birds in southern Africa. These rich waters provide some of the best and most exciting pelagic encounters in the world. A day trip to the continental shelf, between 30 and 35 nautical miles south-west of the Cape often rewards the visitor with an incredible density of pelagic birds. Global response has 'failed miserably', says World Bank chief on Ebola Crisis - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News,

The president of the World Bank, Jim Kim, admitted on Wednesday that the international community had “failed miserably” in its response to the Ebola virus that has killed more than 3,800 people in west Africa and warned that the crisis now affecting Spain and the US was going to get much worse.

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Amid signs yesterday that western governments were being forced to take the risks of a global pandemic more seriously, Kim said he wanted them to back a new $20bn (£12bn) global health fund that would be able to react instantly to emergencies. “It’s late. It’s really late,” he said in an interview with the Guardian before the annual meeting of the Washington-based organisation this weekend. “We should have done so many things. Healthcare systems should have been built. Psychological abuse as bad as sexual or physical abuse for kids - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News To. A new study has found that children who are emotionally abused and neglected face similar and sometimes worse mental health problems as children who are physically or sexually abused.

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According to the study, children who had been psychologically abused suffered from anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, symptoms of post-traumatic stress and suicidality at the same rate and, in some cases, at a greater rate than children who were physically or sexually abused. Study lead author Joseph Spinazzola, PhD, of The Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute, Brookline, Massachusetts, said that given the prevalence of childhood psychological abuse and the severity of harm to young victims, it should be at the forefront of mental health and social service training. Men and women judge 'art' differently - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today.

New study has found that when it comes to judging a work of art, men and women have different ways of evaluating.

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The research, which was co-authored by a Michigan State University marketing scholar, showed stark difference in how sexes evaluate art. While men seem to focus more on the artist’s background and authenticity, women pay more attention to the art itself. The study was the first to investigate how important an artist’s “brand” was to average consumers when they appraise art. Turns out, that personal brand is very important, a finding that has implications for the 64 dollars billion art market and other product industries such as food and fashion.

Men and women judge 'art' differently - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. West Nile virus found in Utah water, residents should take precautions - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest. Mosquitos carrying the West Nile virus have been discovered in stagnant bodies of water in Box Elder and Uintah counties, though there are still no cases reported in Utah.

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But officials from the Utah Department of Health are urging people to keep their guard up during the holiday weekend. “There is no vaccine for humans. So, taking simple precautions to avoid mosquito bites is the key to reducing your risk for infection,” UDOH epidemiologist JoDee Baker said in a statement. The virus spreads through the bite of an infected mosquito, though not all of the insects have West Nile.

Genetic connivances of digits and genitals: Formation of these embryonic structures involves action of very similar group of genes - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Head. During the development of mammals, the growth and organization of digits are orchestrated by Hox genes, which are activated very early in precise regions of the embryo.

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These “architect genes” are themselves regulated by a large piece of adjacent DNA. A study led by Denis Duboule, professor at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, reveals that this same DNA regulatory sequence also controls the architect genes during the development of the external genitals.

The results published in Science magazine, indicate that a unique ancestral regulatory structure existed, which evolved into a digit-specific or genital-specific control mechanism, by implementing very small modifications into the general process. During our embryonic development, the emergence and organization of the body structures are orchestrated by a family of “architect genes” called Hox, each providing precise instructions at a given time. Flu virus key machine: First complete view of structure revealed - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News T. Scientists looking to understand — and potentially thwart — the influenza virus now have a much more encompassing view, thanks to the first complete structure of one of the flu virus’ key machines.

The structure, obtained by scientists at EMBL Grenoble, allows researchers to finally understand how the machine works as a whole, and could prove instrumental in designing new drugs to treat serious flu infections and combat flu pandemics. If you planned to sabotage a factory, a recon trip through the premises would probably be much more useful than just peeping in at the windows. Flu virus key machine: First complete view of structure revealed - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News T. 107 new species discovered in Gulf - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. More than 100 new Gulf of Mexico species, living in deep water areas, have been discovered, The Houma Courier newspaper reported on Tuesday.

A study released earlier this month following a five-year Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-funded field study uncovered 107, mainly microscopic new species of organisms. The objectives of the study were to discover and characterize the sea floor communities that live in association with hydrocarbon seeps and on hard ground in the deep Gulf below a depths of 3,300 feet, according to a BOEM statement.

Dangers of bleaching your skin - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. Using chemical bleaches for whitening and bleaching skin can cause harm to your skin in the long run. Therefore, it is essential to use natural remedies for having clean and flawless skin. Read on to know more about the side effects of using skin bleach. Everyone, regardless of being a man or woman, wants to have a flawless, even and smooth skin tone. Skin bleaching is a good option to get rid of the black spots or any other type of spots on skin. But, skin whitening options have become very complicated these days and there are plenty of options available in the market leaving the customers confused.

You'll never look at bananas the same way - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. This is interesting. After reading this, you’ll never look at a banana in the same way again. Bananas contain three natural sugars – sucrose, fructose and glucose combined with fiber.

A banana gives an instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy. Research has proven that just two bananas provide enough energy for a strenuous 90-minute workout. Three Gorges Dam danger may force out 100,000 people - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. Another 100,000 people may have to move away from China’s Three Gorges Dam due to the risk of disastrous landslides and bank collapses around the reservoir of the world’s biggest hydroelectric facility, state media said Wednesday. The Ministry of Land Resources says the number of landslides and other disasters has increased 70 per cent since the water level in the $23 billion showcase project rose to its maximum level in 2010.

Some 1.4 million people already have been resettled due to the huge project on the Yangtze River. Authorities may move another 100,000 people in the next three to five years to minimize the risk of casualties from such threats, Liu Yuan, a ministry official, told China National Radio in a report posted on a government website and carried by the Shanghai Daily newspaper.

He said that 5,386 danger sites were being monitored and that work was beginning on rockfalls and landslides at 335 locations around the lake. Retired Coca-Cola CEO Admits “Cocaine – Still Rampit In Their Soft Drinks” - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Lat. Researchers Find Gene That Defends Against Late Blight - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. Nepal hub human trafficking fear looms large over earthquake-hit nepal - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest. British botany expert fights for life in Thailand after potentially lethal mosquito bite - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Brea.

Indian scientist explains why we shouldn't drink Coke - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. Heads Of Brazilian Frogs Use Their Venomous Weapons. Revealing a “Modern-Day Velociraptor” - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. Tanzanian engineer invents low-cost water filter - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today.

What happens when you're about to die? Chemists explain exactly how death feels - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News. Baby on board! Woman gives birth at 9,000 meters above Earth on flight to LA - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, L. Baby on board! Woman gives birth at 9,000 meters above Earth on flight to LA - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, L.

NASA Juno Spacecraft Breaks Distance Record. Find your lover's G-spot and ignite flames of passion - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. Science reveals the most dangerous sexual position - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today. Scientists Create Second Skin In A Bottle.

National Zoo Orangutan Is Confirmed Pregnant In Live Ultrasound On Facebook - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, La. CO2 levels mark 'new era' in the world's changing climate - Daily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News TodayDaily Bouncer, Latest Headlines, Todays News Headlines, Current Breaking News, Latest News Today.