NikiNeu51 karma2019-08-28 16:31:21 UTC
At my university (ETH Zurich) you can literally study environmental science
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NikiNeu10 karma2019-08-28 15:25:51 UTC
I have heard that in North American forests sporadic natural fires are normal/ helpful and trying to prevent them will only make forests more dense thus making eventual fires more damaging. Is this true and does this happen in the Amazon, too?
Disclaimer: I do realize that current fires are very much not natural, helpful, or normal.
NikiNeu1 karma2016-08-06 15:27:33 UTC
Wouldn't there be traffic jams in a Hyperloop, too, if it is on-demand?
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