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Books vs Trees – What Do We Really Want?

Looking at a tree, you might have a difficult time visualizing how something so tall and strong could be turned into something as thin and weak as a sheet of paper. Different physical and chemical processes are involved to get the desired thickness of papers we use for our day to day activities.
Trees are very important to our ecosystem and environment as they beautify our surroundings, reduce pollution, lower energy costs, prevent erosion and increase the value of our lives and properties. One other very important use of trees is the production of paper. Worldwide, it is estimated that over 400 million metric tons of paper is produced annually.

The Four Most Deadly Hazards in Your Home

Too many people succumb to the mistaken belief that the important domestic hazards to look out for in the home are the ones that are obviously dangerous such as broken glass and sharp objects left carelessly, which are visible. Unfortunately this is not always the case. Domestic hazards present themselves in various forms and can pose either immediate or slowly-creeping danger to human life.
As explained by the Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety, Domestic Hazards can be defined as ANY source of potential damage, harm or adverse health effects within the home that pose a serious threat to human life and property.

Big Plans for the Second Half of the Year

Leslie-Oghomienor Welcome to the fourth edition of Innova – RusselSmith’s monthly publication on all things interesting, innovative and informative.
Today we celebrate not only the major role you played in facilitating Innova’s progress so far, but also the anticipated success stories to come in the second half of the year.
The next six months will see us focus a lot on research and development to ensure that Innova continues to add value to our reader base, while remaining interesting and informative. Our plans for the next two quarters of the year are also geared towards ensuring continuity and growth.

The Untold Routines of Successful People

“Whenever you see a successful person, you only see the public glories, never the private sacrifices to reach them.” –Vaibhav Shah.

Being around ultra-successful people can provide valuable information about who they really are, what keeps them going, and most essentially, what makes them so successful and productive.
Kevin Kruse, a Forbes leadership columnist and author of several books including the NY Times bestseller, ‘We: How to Increase Performance and Profits Through Full Engagement’, interviewed over 200 ultra-successful people, as well as 7 billionaires, 13 Olympians, and a horde of proficient entrepreneurs.
For his interviews, a simple open-ended question was asked “WHAT IS YOUR NUMBER ONE SECRET TO PRODUCTIVITY?” below are some of his findings:

Rapid Pipeline Inspections: Where Does GWUT Stand?

One of the longstanding problems facing the global oil & gas industry has been how to efficiently detect corrosion under insulation (CUI) in pipework. Over the years, a plethora of non-destructive testing (NDT) solutions have been developed to solve this problem with varying degrees of success. One technology that stands out however, is Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing (GWUT).
Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing works by generating mechanical stress waves that propagate along an elongated structure while guided by its boundaries. The generated waves can travel a long distance with little loss in energy, thus making them efficient.

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