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Wednesday April 13rd, 2022 night edition

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In 2017, scientists at a Swedish university created an energy system that makes it possible to capture and store solar energy for up to 18 years, releasing it as heat when needed.

Though still in its early stages, the concept developed at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenberg could pave the way for self-charging electronics that use stored solar energy on demand.

“This is a radically new way of generating electricity from solar energy.

How can solar energy be stored?.

Solar energy is a variable renewable because for the most part it, it only works when the sun shines.

The solar energy system created at Chalmers back in 2017 is known as ‘MOST’: Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage Systems.

A lot of research and development remains before we will be able to charge our technical gadgets or heat our homes with the system’s stored solar energy, they note. »

Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Joining Military Is 'Throwing Your Life Away'

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Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has said joining the military is like "throwing your life away" due to President Joe Biden's foreign policies.

Speaking to former Fox News host Lou Dobbs' podcast on April 9, Greene listed other reasons why people should not join the military, including the vaccine mandate and "woke" training.

Greene also appeared to be echoing the rhetoric of the QAnon conspiracy theory movement while describing the left as "satanic.". »

Nintendo eShop’s front page currently features a hentai game ‘you can play with one hand’

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Nintendo has greenlit the release of another hentai game on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

As noted by a 2021 Nintendo Life report, Hentai Uni isn’t the first game approved for Nintendo Switch based on the sexualised manga genre.

Nintendo has noted that parents can use the parental control function on Switch to ensure their children don’t play games aimed at adults. »