Kazakhstan will host the largest plant in the world for the production of green hydrogen

An agreement has been signed between Svevind, a German company that has been developing and implementing large-scale onshore wind energy projects since 1998, and Kazakh Invest National Company JSC, the national investment promotion agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan, for the construction of the most largest green hydrogen production site in the world. The project … Continue reading Kazakhstan will host the largest plant in the world for the production of green hydrogen

Zuckerberg thus celebrates American independence. The video on Instagram drives the web crazy!

Mark Zurkerberg, CEO and co-founder of Facebook, has decided to celebrate American independence in his own way. Yesterday, July 4, the American billionaire posted an extravagant and unusual video on his Instagram profile. The clip posted on Instagram shows a happy Zukerberg juggling lake waters while waving the US flag above an electric surfboard. All … Continue reading Zuckerberg thus celebrates American independence. The video on Instagram drives the web crazy!

Hyper interactivity limits us to an apparently large world

illustration of Pawel Kuczynski Our devices are a powerful means with which to interact with a vast world and seemingly full of possibilities. But when everyone in a world has the same tools (smartphones, tablets and computers) not only is it difficult to prevail - or to be autonomous from certain mechanisms - but it … Continue reading Hyper interactivity limits us to an apparently large world

🎵 🕺KUNGS – Never Going Home

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_sZQqLtvPU This will surely be one of the most ballad songs of summer 2021 LYRICMusic, we came through itWhere only you and I can feel itMusic, got me healingYeah, that's repeatingGot me feelingIf you wanna ride, come ride with meTake me by the hand, feel the chemistryLosing track of time, in the ecstasyIt's getting out … Continue reading 🎵 🕺KUNGS – Never Going Home

Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True

Today is Sunday, and that means that we have a themed bird post from biologist John Avise. Today’s theme is related to last week’s, but read on: Birds with other Animal Prey In last Sunday’s post (here), I highlighted piscivorous (fish-eating) birds and their piscine prey.  Insectivorous and other carnivorous birds likewise spend much of…Readers’ wildlife … Continue reading Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True

The Colors of Summer — Into the Light Adventures

The Colors of Summer, yellow and orange are the colors for today. The little Skipper butterfly’s are starting to disappear and larger more colorful butterfly’s are taking there place. Nature is such a colorful place. The Colors of Summer by Sandra J The post The Colors of Summer appeared first on Into the Light Adventures.The Colors … Continue reading The Colors of Summer — Into the Light Adventures