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The weirdest things we learned this week: 10k steps a day is totally made up and Charmin knows exactly how you poop

What’s the most unusual thing you taken in this week? great, whatever it is, we guarantee you’ll have a much more bizarre answer on the off chance that you tune in to PopSci’s hit podcast. The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week hits Apple, Anchor, and wherever else you tune in to webcasts each Wednesday morning. It’s your new most loved hotspot for the weirdest science-neighboring actualities, figures, and Wikipedia spirals the editors of Popular Science can marshal. In the event that you like the accounts [...]

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Chemical Tweak Recycles Polyurethane into Glue

It is difficult to reuse polyurethane, so it’s typically hurled out or consumed. In any case, a synthetic change can transform polyurethane into paste. Christine Herman reports. Polyurethane. It’s utilized to make seat pads, adjustable foam, paint and heap different items. Sadly, because of its far reaching utilize in excess of a million tons of polyurethane waste end up in U.S. landfills every year. It isn’t so natural to reuse polyurethane. So the principle option in contrast to simply hurling the [...]

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