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Is Wave Energy A Renewable or Non-Renewable Source?

Blue ocean's wave

With all the concern that’s been going around about us consuming the Earth’s natural resources, people have invested time and money into harvesting or creating newer forms of renewable energy. Such an example is wave energy, but what does it mean, and how can we harvest a natural force? What Is Wave Energy and Is … Read more

Question: Are Aluminum Bottles Safe to Use?

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People all over the world are starting to become more aware of how much good they can do by simply choosing reusable water bottles instead of single use ones, made from plastic. One of the most common replacements is the reusable aluminum bottle. But aluminum doesn’t really sound like something that should be inside the … Read more

The Advantages of Organic Food

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We hear it everywhere we go – eat organic. Everyone seems to be talking about going organic, with diet and purchases and everything we can. And in many ways, we see every day some new way that organic food is good for you. But not all organic foods are created equal. In fact, some food … Read more

A Serious Question: Why Don’t People Recycle?

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By now, it’s no secret that recycling is one of the most important steps in conserving what’s left of our planet. Everyone who has ever used the internet or watched TV has seen at least one alarming statistic about polluted oceans/scarcity of natural resources/cutting down trees/etc. But despite the fact that recycling is 95% only … Read more

Question: How is Wind Energy Related to Solar Energy?

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Tapping into the planet’s renewable sources of energy might be the trick to preserving a lot of the Earth’s natural resources. When harvesting renewable energy sources, we’re also helping preserve the planet, as plants that generate electricity are well-known polluters. Wind power is a renewable source of energy, but there aren’t many people who understand … Read more

Soup Nuts: What Are Its Uses And Benefits?

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Soap nut is a bit of a misnomer because a soap nut is neither soap nor nut. In fact, it is actually a berry native to the Himalayas and goes by the scientific name of Sapindus Mukorossi. The only thing soapy about these berries is that they hold some amazing cleaning potential. These berries can … Read more