"White gold" is the synonym for lithium for companies and officials who prioritize money. "Strategic natural resource", argue the scientists who promise that it can be industrialized in Argentina and attract more money for the State. "Our life" summarizes the indigenous peoples who have lived for generations in the place that has become precious for economic and political power: the salt flats, the cradle of lithium, a booming mineral used in batteries for telephones, computers and electric cars.
Mouflon: all the info. From hunting mouflons to breeding Sardinian mouflons. Natural habitat, struggles for the territory and curiosities. The mouflon (Ovis orientalis) is a species of wild sheep. There are several subspecies such as the popular Sardinian mouflon (Ovis orientalis musimon). The mouflon is considered a "rare animal" as it is widespread only in some mountainous and desert regions: with the exception of areas where mouflons have been artificially introduced, estimates that the total population of mouflons (of all subspecies) is only around 40.
Without falling into the cliché about cats, always described as wild and antisocial, I can only admit that learning how to stroke a cat is by no means a trivial undertaking but, as the owner of two cats, I can say that it is worth it because for a long time satisfaction. Calm, serenity, lots of purring and affection.
Psychoacoustics, it is not a publicity stunt or the name of a newcomer's album but that of one of the numerous disciplines related to acoustics that influence the application of theoretical principles and the concrete and daily processing of the sound signal that we all can feel.
Sage diseases, their symptoms and how they are treated. Here's how sage is treated. There are so many possible diseases of sage that the very name 'sage', which derives from the Latin salus and means health, is questionable. Naturally, nature has given this plant extraordinary medicinal properties, but it has not made it the strongest and most resistant.
Scientists at Stanford University have designed an electrocatalytic mechanism that works like a mammal's lung to turn water into fuel. Their research, published Dec. 20 in Joule magazine, could help existing clean energy technologies work more efficiently.