Brian Management, Canada, Jim Hackett discussed on 24 Hour News


Two twenty eight nineteen giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and Nastase list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on. Its impact dangerous scale scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. U n report says the world's thirst for fresh water is causing a salty problem. The study by researchers from Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea on diesel nation plots around the world producing enough Brian waste to swamp an area the size of Florida with a foot of salty water every year, researchers won't that much of the Brian is being dumped untreated into the sea and some is causing harm to see life because of toxic chemicals, the researchers called better Brian management, especially in countries like Saudi Arabia which rely heavily on desalinating. They noted that studies have shown Brian can be used in equa cultures to boost yields of salt, tolerant species of fish and the metals and salts contained in it could be mind. Two of the world's top automakers are teaming up Ford's CEO, Jim Hackett says the partnership with Volkswagen will help the two companies pursue the latest technological advancements companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to investigate. Collaboration on electric vehicles autonomous vehicles, mobility service. And in some ways combinations of all three of those can says they'll begin.

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