For 30 years, scientists have been puzzled by what seemed to be a preferential growth of iron crystals in the earth’s inner core towards the axis of the earth. Why would they grow a certain way instead of being distributed randomly? Apparently, it’s because the inner core is asymmetrical; more iron crystals grow on the eastern side underneath Indonesia, and gravity redistributes them to the north and south poles.
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The Lightyear O is a revolutionary electric car powered by the sun. Developed by a Dutch startup, the four-door sedan has over 50 square feet of solar panels on its roof and hood, generating up to 43 miles of energy a day. With production now underway in Finland, the car does come with a hefty price tag at $262,000, but the company hopes to introduce a more affordable version, the Lightyear 2, by 2025. Read full article here