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In the future, as the world moves to renewable natural gas production from waste, he envisions the potential of a potentially circular hydrogen economy.
The circular follows a 2017 warning issued by the bank against the use of cryptocurrencies.
On some surfaces, like a circular disk or a sphere, any loop can shrink down to a single point.
TOPOLOGY 101: THE HOLE TRUTHDAVID S. RICHESONJANUARY 26, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
The city drew up a “circular strategy” combining the doughnut’s goals with the principles of a “circular economy,” which reduces, reuses and recycles materials across consumer goods, building materials and food.
She was guaranteed to hit the circular target, which had no subdivisions — it was just one big circle.
Planets on circular orbits can be packed much closer together than planets on stretched-out, eccentric orbits.
That’s prompting growing interest in a different model known as the “circular economy.”
Lichtman’s office is a spacious place with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a tree-lined walkway and an old circular building that, in the days before neuroscience even existed as a field, used to house a cyclotron.
Another group sifted through about 500 stars identified by another survey, finding that about 1 in 10 of these stars lie flat in circular, sunlike orbits.
If you walk near the Acropolis of Athens, you can still see it — a circular, almost pillarlike structure with a sculpture depicting a myth by Homer.

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