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Hot Water Lurks 1000 feet beneath the Earth Surface, Claims Geologists

Hot Water Lurks 1000 feet beneath the Earth Surface, Claims Geologists

Recently, geologists have found that more than a mile below the surface of Earth, there lurks hot water and thus they have claimed that this way radiators in thousands of homes could be easily powered.

However, this is a much cheaper and greener alternative to gas and coal but at the same time, it seeks digging a few thousand feet below the earth surface.

In February, drilling has been already initiated at the former site of the city’s Scottish and Newcastle Brewery by a team led by Professor Paul Younger, of Newcastle University.

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"Ice Explorer" to Depict Actual State of Arctic Sea-Ice

"Ice Explorer" to Depict Actual State of Arctic Sea-Ice

Arctic sea-ice is of the issue that depicts the depth of destroyed environment, global warming, pollution, or deviations in various environmental conditions. The scientists have long used satellite imagery to demonstrate the actual state of Arctic sea ice and now they have made use of satellite inputs for regular updates on ice desert. Consequently, on Tuesday, the European Space Agency's Cryo Sat spacecraft has released the first ice thickness map.

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