Giant helium reserve found in the East African Rift Valley

Underneath the iconic, East African terrain, lay huge volumes of helium.   Photograph by A. Tibaldi
Huge volumes of helium are trapped underneath the iconic, East African Rift terrain.
Photograph by A. Tibaldi

Reseachers uncovered a mammoth helium gas field, in the Tanzanian East African Rift, which they say could help address the increasingly critical shortage of this vital element.

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Getting rid of excess CO2 once and for all? Iceland tests confirm it is possible

Iceland's basalts have proven to be the key to tackling global warming once and for all. Photo by Federico P. Mariotto
Basaltic rocks, like the ones that were erupted in Iceland, may represent the key to tackling the global warming crisis. Photo by Federico P. Mariotto.

A new, cutting-edge research published by Science in June 2016 gives new hope to mankind: Global warming and climate change, the most devastating environmental problems that Earth is facing these days, might be defeated.

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