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The Meteorology Department has forecast a significant rise in temperature today. A statement issued by the Department yesterday said the mercury could rise up to 43 degrees Celsius in the peak hours of the day. Such increase, however, is normal
Bob Snow is in the country and looking forward to the 2014 Fiji Finals which starts today at the ANZ Stadium in Suva. The former Fiji schoolteacher, who is now based in Papua New Guinea, arrived into the country this week and expects a tough battle
The tower in the image above might look like art, but the strange 30-foot gourd shape is an incredibly practical device that can pull water out of the air up to 25 gallons a day. The tower, called the Warka Water, works even in the desert and costs
Guwahati today equalled a 15-year record by registering its hottest day in April as the mercury touched 40.1 degrees Celsius. The last time the city recorded the same temperature, the highest ever for the hottest day this month, was on April 17, 1999.
Plants that come out of the ground on their own are generally fine. The exception to this is if you get a hard freeze after your local areas normal date of last frost in the spring. A very late frost or freeze can damage the young leaves of some
Researchers looking for better ways to convert waste heat into electricity have stumbled across a simple material that is smashing records for making that conversion efficiently.
A British company called Dreamscience Propulsion thinks it has found the next big extreme sports accessory: jet engines that you hold in your hands. The electric thrusters, which are attached to a pole that the rider holds in front of them, can get
The ice formed after an irrigation line burst in the freezing temperatures. Michelle Lepianka Carter The Tuscaloosa News Tuscaloosa News Staff writer Published: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 9:30 a.m...Meteorologists expect temperatures to dip into the
The Perak Water Board (LAP) will stop scheduled rationing of water supply for the whole Zone One area in the Taiping district which involves 13,678 accounts, this Thursday. Chairman of the State Public Utilities, Infrastructure, Energy and Water
After a gas explosion last month in New York leveled two buildings and killed eight people, an old issue received new attention: aging natural gas pipelines that leak. It can take decades and billions of dollars to replace old steel and cast-iron