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    Blue Whale Facts That You Should Know About

    We all know that blue whales are incredibly magnificent creatures of the Earth’s oceans and that they are the largest animal to have ever lived on Earth. But we might know too little about them. So, we have made a list of facts that you might find very interesting and knowledgeable. Blue Whales have the Biggest Penis on Earth. Don’t…

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    Carbon Offsetting: What Is It and Why Is It Important?

    Climate change is a huge challenge the world is facing. Populations and economies have continuously grown in recent time and this is making our environment feel the strain of our increased energy needs. Because of this, it’s clear we all need to look for ways to reduce our carbon footprint. The journey towards a greener way of life has begun…

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    Here Is Why Engineers Should Always Consider Human Induced Vibration

    Human induced vibration, vibrations that happen due to human footfall, often conjure images of Millennium Bridge-style swaying or buildings crumbling away. However, the reality is that the ‘damage’ caused by these vibrations is unlikely to destroy a structure, but it is likely to cause discomfort in people! Though not as dramatic as a structural failure, any engineer that is good…

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    Manufacturing and engineering education options

    In 2014, the engineering and manufacturing sector provided an estimated £455.6 billion to the UK Gross Domestic Product, making up 27% of the total. It is one of the biggest economic sectors in Britain, with a job total of 5.7 million (19% of employment in the UK). But for the sector to continue to grow, it needs to build a…

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    3 important rules when deep-sea diving

    Anyone who has experienced deep sea diving, are aware of how amazing this activity really is. What’s fascinating is that we know more about the surface of the moon, Venus, and Mars than we do about our own sea, which is one of the most interesting yet intimidating places on Earth. If you have key interest in deep sea diving…

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  • Photo of Modular Construction for Modern Business: Immediate Advantages

    Modular Construction for Modern Business: Immediate Advantages

    Technology has penetrated and changed all sectors of life. Construction engineers and architects have developed simpler ways of making affordable, durable, safe and useful structures for any business, factory or organization. These structures are referred to as temporary modular structures. Usually, they use prefabricated frames, panels, roofing sheets, doors and windows. If you are about to start a business, whether…

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    Avoiding Fly-Tipping: Throw It in The Bin

    Fly-tipping is probably one of the most unattractive habits. Not only is it ugly to see, it can also be an expensive cost for the nation. Between 2018 and 2019 it cost local authorities £12.9 million to get rid of a number of fly-tipping incidents, only 3% of the total incidents in the country. As statistics revealed, there has been…

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    ULEZ has arrived: What does this mean?

    At the end of January 2018, one month into the new year and resolutions are in full flow. Some succeed but many fail, some lasting little over a few days without chocolate, cigarettes or wine, but the initial hope existed. For London however, 31 days was all it took the capital to reach its annual legal limit for air pollution.…

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    Is the UK ready to face extreme weather?

    According to recent reports, the UK will have to prepare for more frequent extreme weather events as a result of climate change. After the intensity of Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis which buffeted the UK with rain, winds of over 90mph and flooding, it’s hard to know what to expect next. Minister at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural…

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  • Photo of The problem with the ‘Blue Planet effect’

    The problem with the ‘Blue Planet effect’

    We’re waging war on single-use plastics, such as straws and bottles, after witnessing marine life struggle and suffer through swathes of plastic. We’re ditching plastic bags after seeing footage of plumes of the stuff floating through the sea like stranger forms of jellyfish. After millions tuned in to the highly successful The Blue Planet II in 2017, our sense of…

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