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Looking Up: Many safe ways to see the solar eclipse

Looking Up: Many safe ways to see the solar eclipse

Looking Up: Many safe ways to see the solar eclipse August 21, 2017, the sun will be partially eclipsed by the moon across the country; Just along a narrow path from one ocean to another, the sun was completely eclipsed. For most of America, if special precautions are used to observe the sun safely appears […]

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Hawaii featured in Netflix climate-change film

Hawaii featured in Netflix climate-change film

Hawaii featured in Netflix climate-change film The documentary “Chasing Coral”, published today on Netflix, opens, appropriately, with coral formations of images of various shapes and sizes, all magnificent, loaded with a range of colors so vivid that it seems to pulsate. Other formations are a uniform hybrid purple, green and gray. This is not the […]

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The Sun's 'Quiet' Regions Are Surprisingly Active

The Sun’s ‘Quiet’ Regions Are Surprisingly Active

The Sun’s ‘Quiet’ Regions Are Surprisingly Active Never judge a calm sun by its boring name. Much of the data from a NASA mission finds that the seemingly small active areas of the Sun are not as latent as the name might suggest. Researchers in Wales have used data from NASA to examine the outer […]

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Climate scientists push back against catastrophic scenarios

Climate scientists push back against catastrophic scenarios

Climate scientists push back against catastrophic scenarios One of the challenges of the discussion on climate change is that it is really serious. Totally realistic projections of things such as rising sea level, loss of agricultural productivity, etc. Sometimes it may seem like a disaster movie. This is a problem in two ways. The first […]

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Are You Ready for the Great American Eclipse on August 21?

Are You Ready for the Great American Eclipse on August 21?

Are You Ready for the Great American Eclipse on August 21? Here are the questions and answers from Eclipse August 21, 2017, we will have the first total solar eclipse to hit the continental United States for almost 40 years. To help you prepare for the eclipse, I associated Xavier Jubier and Germine LLC to […]

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Are people and apes the only ones that can plan ahead? Quoth the raven ‘nevermore.’

Are people and apes the only ones that can plan ahead? Quoth the raven ‘nevermore.’

Are people and apes the only ones that can plan ahead? Quoth the raven ‘nevermore.’ For centuries we have said that we are special – that what separates humans from animals is our ability to reason. But this belief was undermined every time given the evidence that monkeys also have the intelligence to use tools, […]

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Teleportation: Photon particles today, humans tomorrow?

Teleportation: Photon particles today, humans tomorrow?

Teleportation: Photon particles today, humans tomorrow? Chinese scientists say they have “teletransport” a photon from the ground to a satellite in orbit about 1,400 km (870 miles). For many, however, teleportation evokes something much more exotic. A world previously confined to science fiction becomes reality? Well, something like that. But we’re not going to be […]

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NOAA Suspends Whale Rescue Efforts After Rescuer’s Death

  NOAA Suspends Whale Rescue Efforts After Rescuer’s Death Due to the accidental death of a veteran lifeguard in the Gulf of San Lorenzo on July 10, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) suspends whale rescue efforts until further notice. Efforts rescue rescue whale entachoirs The announcement on whale rescue work suspension occurs days […]

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That huge iceberg should freak you out. Here's why

That huge iceberg should freak you out. Here’s why

That huge iceberg should freak you out. Here’s why Probably know. It was on the Internet. Among the details that have been repeated to the point of satiety: The iceberg is about the size of Delaware, which sparked an amusing reflection on Twitter about where Delaware is exactly and how the whole world is supposed […]

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PowerGrid puts firewalls; no power outages due to Ransomware

PowerGrid puts firewalls; no power outages due to Ransomware NEW DELHI, MAY 15: Central transmission utility Power Grid today said it has put sufficient firewalls to deal with the global cyber attack Ramsomware and consumers NUEVA DELHI, 15 DE MAYO: La central de transmisión eléctrica Power Grid dijo hoy que ha puesto suficientes cortafuegos para […]

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