Running time isn't it? It is also the end of February 2022, when we brought you unbelievably exciting topics. If you missed the most interesting content, you can read them now. Here are the most popular articles from February Click on the images to open them

1. Radioactive fallout may have shocked Europe with the battle around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant

As if the war wasn't bad enough, we may be more worried because the possibility of another radiological disaster is increasing. Heavy fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces has also reportedly spilled over into the Chernobyl area, where the world's most famous nuclear power plant accident occurred in March 1986.

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2. Canadians seat volume banks, everyone wants to take the money

Canadians are defending their financial sovereignty. People are flocking to banks in droves, hoping to withdraw large amounts of money from their bank accounts after the government announced that they could be frozen even without a court order.

Bank of Canada

They will drill 3,000,000 meters deep into the earth to possess our unlimited energy

When we talk about renewable energy, the first things that come to mind are usually solar and wind power – which is not surprising, since both of these technologies have changed dramatically in recent years. But what if we were to say that there is something that could provide mankind with an unlimited source of energy – something that is so specifically before our eyes that it is only a matter of time before it first dives into our lives?

Geothermal Drilling

4. Ukraine still has an ace up its sleeve against Russia

A war between Russia and Ukraine could break out at any moment, but Kiev has another scary rallying cry to "massively finance" the coming conflict. Although Ukraine's economic and military power is much more backward, its partnership with cryptocurrencies may now provide a small boost to its future.

Ukraine Bitcoin Donation

5. EU to ban bitcoin from 2025

The MiCA draft regulating the highly anticipated EU cryptocurrency market is slowly reaching its final state. However, no one expects a last-minute bitcoin ban to be included in the bill.

EU to ban bitcoin

6. Bringing you democracy: Canadian PM declares state of war, freezes bill

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has passed an emergency law authorizing him to freeze protesters' bank accounts and control cryptocurrencies.

Canadian Police Donation

7. George Orwell's 1984 book was also censored

The University of Northampton in England has issued a warning about George Orwell's 1984 book. It contains the classic "explicit material".

Orwell Review

8. The Israeli Woman's Story Continues: Banks Don't Pay Bitcoin Profits

Israeli bank Hapoalim has asked 69-year-old pensioner Esther Freeman to dismiss the lawsuit after Freeman sued the bank for refusing to pay nearly $324,000.

Bank of Israel growth

9. Bitcoin family finally moves to cryptocurrency tax haven Portugal

The "Bitcoin Family" is permanently settled in Portugal, a European cryptocurrency tax haven where cryptocurrency income is tax-free and life is good and everyone knows about Bitcoin. This is the story of a Dutch family of five who gave up their lives for Bitcoin years ago and are now planning to build a decentralized cryptocurrency institution in a country with a rare treasure.

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10. doctors who found omicrone have been warned about minor symptoms of hidden variants

Angelique Coetzee, the doctor who discovered the omicron variant of Covid-19, said in an interview with the German newspaper Welt that European governments have pressured her not to reveal the mild process of the new coronavirus mutation.

Dr. Omicronte