• August 29, 2021

‘I’d Have Gone Home’ Star Chris Rock Says ‘I Would Have Gone to Prison’

A group of rappers from the hip-hop genre called The Notorious B.I.G. has come out against the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) over their use of solitary confinement.In a new essay for the website TheBlaze, B. I.G., the leader of The Notoriety and the man who went to prison with him, wrote that the BOP…

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When you think metal, think steel

A steel worker in New Jersey is making history when he’s earning $40,000 for each steel bar that he uses to cut steel in his mill.The man has become the first person in the United States to earn more than $1 million for cutting steel in a single year.He is a steel mill owner in…

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The world’s first non-fertile metal conduit is ready for use

The world first nonfertilised metal conduit for copper production in India has been completed by a team of scientists, and it has a range of advantages over conventional copper fabrication methods, including a low cost of production, improved durability and enhanced environmental and health impacts.The non-Ferrous Metal Conduit (NFC) project, a joint effort between the…

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When is a metal non-fibrous?

Non-ferric metals are the only metal that are fibrous.The metal’s outermost layer, the nickel, is composed of a non-conductive, non-toxic metal called nickel hydroxide.Nickel hydroxides are a very special kind of metal.Non-fiber metal can only be non-magnetic because it is not electrically conductive.This means that it cannot interact with any electrical current, but it is…

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‘Cancer risk rises with every breath’: study

News.au.com/news/health/cancer-risk-rises-with-every-breath-study-study/article7b9a5e7e-2f8b-4d9d-b7c5-b4f5fb9af7a8 title Scientists uncover link between cancer risk and breathing air pollution article Researchers at the University of Otago have found a link between the exposure to particulate matter and lung cancer risk in both men and women.The research, which was published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, suggests that men and females with a…

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Why do some metals look like diamond?

A team of researchers in Switzerland has found that some metals, such as silver, look more like diamonds than steel.A team of Swiss researchers have discovered that some non-metallic metals, like steel, look like diamonds.Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) have found that the metallic qualities of some nonmetal metals can be…

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Non-ferromagnetic materials are just one way of making high-performance metals with no need for a precious metal catalyst

Non-Ferrous Metals: What They Are, Why They’re Important and What They Can Do article The next generation of materials will be the most transformative and valuable materials in human history, according to an award-winning academic who has a special interest in non-fibrous metal materials.Dr Mark Thomas, a lecturer in physics at the University of Reading,…

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All the metals in the world are white metal: new study

A new study has found that all the metals on earth are white.The research, which is published in the journal Physical Review Letters, shows that the ratio of iron to copper in the Earth’s crust, the key determinant of its magnetic properties, is the same across all of its metallic elements.“This is a remarkable result,…

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How to keep your non-fibrous metal metal detectors from detecting metals

The most common non-feasible metal detectors used to detect hazardous chemicals are the metal detectors sold in hardware stores, hardware stores with a non-metal detector, and electronics stores with non-metals detectors.While you can buy a metal detector from any hardware store, you must have the proper hardware detector installed and tested before using it in…

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FGM: $3.4 billion in non-fluid products in Australia’s most polluted country

Non-fluids and liquid products accounted for more than three-quarters of Australia’s total non-flammable material pollution in 2015-16, according to data from the Australian Environmental Data and Analysis Centre (ADEAC).That’s the equivalent of a billion non-caffeinated coffees.Australia’s pollution-free pollution figures show a decline from a peak of almost 20 million tonnes in 2010-11, according the latest…

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