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Solar-Powered, Glow in the Dark Bike Lanes are Being Measured in Poland

Solar-powered, glow in the dark bicycle roads are currently being tested near Lidzbark Warminski in the north of Poland. When amply charged, the synthetic material can provide up to 10 hours of light according to the material’s founders, TPA Instytut BadaA ,, Technicznych Sp. z o.o. The project, while same in thought to Studio Roosegaarde’s … Read More

Paris Opens the First Stretch of Its 28 -Mile Bike Superhighway

This story initially appeared on CityLab and is part of the Climate Desk partnership . Paris has inaugurated its first bike highway. Opening last May, the 0.5 -milestretch of freshly paved roadalongside the Bassin de lArsenal is part of theRseau express vlo( REVe) , an initiative designed to improve fast-track bike lanes free of motorized … Read More

Inside the psyche of “the mens” who would be ‘Blindfold King’ of chess

Next month, Timur Gareyev will play virtually 50 opposings at once – blindfolded. Can neuroscientists reveal how he play-act such prodigious mental accomplishments? Even by macrocosm record criteria, it gives a high bar for human achievement. Next month in Las Vegas a chess player appointed Timur Gareyev plans to take on virtually 50 opposings at … Read More

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