How can you get rid of snow and ice on your roof?
Snow is always there.
In fact, it’s been around since time immemorial.
But the snow is also a natural phenomenon.
In the late 1800s, a scientist named John B. Dyer discovered that snow particles formed on a snow surface were able to travel through the air in a single molecule and form ice crystals.
That’s the basis for today’s modern day snow.
Nowadays, there’s an abundance of snow, but scientists can’t completely remove it from the environment.
There’s still plenty of ice on the ground.
Scientists at Duke University have created a technique that can remove some of the ice and create a much more stable environment for snow to grow.
The researchers used a technique called the Dyer-Truhl-Bucht algorithm, which involves finding a way to generate new snow without breaking up snow crystals.
The technique works by adding small particles that are attracted to the snow surface, and then the particles move through the snow without being broken up.
The snow can then form more stable, dense ice, or it can grow a new layer of snow without forming snow at all.
If the researchers can develop the technique so that it can be used to remove snow without creating ice, the snow could be harvested and used as snow on the surface of roofs, according to a Duke University press release.
The scientists plan to start with the Duke snowboard, and work their way up to ski.
In addition to the Duke team, other Duke researchers including Andrew M. S. Haug, J.P. Pugh, and Ravi S. Singh have also developed the method to create snow on roofs.
They are now working on building a larger machine to build snow on other structures.