Study finds metal smuggling contributes to achieving recycling targets and boosting a circular economy

Wetwank, Yorkshire A study by British scientists at the University of Heavy and Rare Metals (UHRM) in Wetwank, Yorkshire, found that countries are more likely to reach their recycling targets if they are more lenient towards metal smugglers. The study looked at 23 countries within and outside the European Union (EU) and in all but two cases, their hypothesis was validated by data on the … Continue reading Study finds metal smuggling contributes to achieving recycling targets and boosting a circular economy

Latest IPCC report names George Soros as main cause of global warming

Geneva, Switzerland In its 6th and last assessment report, the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) marks a breakthrough in scientific research. After spending millions of dollars and decades of research and investigative work, IPCC has finally succeeded in pointing out the single most detrimental factor to our climate. And it’s George Soros. With 100% scientific consensus, the Hungarian-born billionaire is now claimed to cause … Continue reading Latest IPCC report names George Soros as main cause of global warming

11 things you should know about the planets discovered by NASA

Mossack Fonseca already established a tax haven on planet H and their first account application came from Iceland. Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson refused to comment on this. The 7 planets are as far from us as we are from democracy – 40 light years. Planet B organised a referendum regarding its status in the EU. 52% of the population voted OUT. NASA is still debating on the actual … Continue reading 11 things you should know about the planets discovered by NASA

Growing population not a problem anymore as plans reveal agriculture will be irrigated from melting ice caps

World leaders were pleasantly surprised to learn from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that although millions of people will drown and plenty of islands will disappear due to climatic changes, the water from melting polar ice caps can be used for agriculture. “I thought glaciers were made of seawater too. If only I had this invaluable knowledge that water from ice caps can be … Continue reading Growing population not a problem anymore as plans reveal agriculture will be irrigated from melting ice caps