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Anyone who lives in a hard water area in the UK (60% of homes) will be familiar with scale in kettles, on taps and shower screens, a lack of lather from soap, washing powder, etc, scum around baths and scratchy towels. While visible scale is unsightly and hard water is
The USA’s National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), located in North Carolina, maintains the world's largest climate data archive. Its report, analysing the data from 2014, gives a snapshot of the global climate anomalies. Whilst we can accept that in any one year there can be an anomaly, the reasons for
Energy storage has always been central to the way we ‘do work’ in Britain. Traditionally people stored wood to heat and cook in their homes and even used icehouses to store ice to chill food, drinks and rooms in hot summers. Large-scale coal mining developed during the Industrial revolution and