· Researchers working in Iceland say they have discovered a new way to trap the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO 2) deep underground: by changing it into rock. Results published this week in Science show that injecting CO 2 into volcanic rocks triggers a reaction that rapidly forms new carbonate minerals—potentially locking up the gas forever.
· I remembered from the time when I traveled to Lhasa as an eight year old boy that there were red stone horses in front of the station. So I hanged around there and finally a man approached me and asked, "Are you going to Lhasa?" I paid him 170 yuan and we left. In Lhasa, it was the same. We arrived at 4 am and I didn't know where to go. So I waited and thought .