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Do icebergs serve as a source of drinking water?

Every year a trillion cubic meters of ice is shed from the extremities of Antarctica, enough to supply water to the entire world population. With this idea, already in the 70s, Prince Faisal of Saudi Arabia had the idea of driving icebergs to desert areas. However, it failed, as these frozen colossi quickly melt during transport. Now, the German engineer Dietrich Sobinger intends to wrap them in plastic so that, when thawing, the water is trapped in these huge bags and can thus be transferred.

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This is what the Earth's magnetic field sounds like

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Days were only 17 hours long 2.46 billion years ago

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Women are better at doing crosswords

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