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Recreating star fusion on Earth could solve our energy crisis
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Nuclear fusion could solve the world’s energy problems, says physicist and Everest-climber Melanie Windridge, who reveals some of the latest innovations
Are the heatwaves caused by climate change?
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
[latexpage] I get a lot of questions about the connection between heatwaves and climate change these days. Particularly about the heatwave that has affected northern Europe this summer. If you live in Japan, South Korea, California, Spain, or Canada, you may have asked the same question. The raindrop analogy However, the question is inaccurate and I will try to explain this through an analogy. Let's say I go for a walk with a friend ...
Forscher enthüllen die Kehrseite des übermäßigen Fleischkonsums, dessen Auswirkungen auf die Welt -The downsides to eating too much meat as researchers uncover its ‘major effects’ on the world - netzfrauen
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The downsides to eating too much meat as researchers uncover its ‘major effects’ on the world - Forscher haben eine umfassende Studie durchgeführt, um zu zeigen, wie schädlich Fleisch für uns und die Umwelt ist. Wenn Sie gerne in ein saftiges Steak beißen, so gibt es für Sie eine lange Liste von Gründen dagegen.
Eating A High-Fiber Diet Linked To Improved Brain Health In New Animal Study
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
We already know eating a high-fiber diet is important for heart and digestive-system health, but new research is showing that it may also play a vital role in preserving brain health as we age.
The Helsinki Summit: Trying to Turn the Page on the New Cold War
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Finally, on Monday, July 16, 2018, the Helsinki Summit bringing together Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump took place, despite shrill demands that it be stopped, canceled, or turned into a platform for more aggression. “President Trump should cancel his meeting with Vladimir Putin until Russia takes demonstrable and transparent steps to?
World?s oldest known animal identified after decades-long mystery
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
(CNN) -- The oldest known animal in the geological record has been identified, in a discovery that scientists are calling "the Holy Grail of palaeontology." Fat molecules discovered on the fossil of a mysterious creature called Dickinsonia have confirmed that that it lived 558 million years ago, making it the earliest known member of the animal kingdom.
World?s oldest known animal identified after decades-long mystery
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The oldest known animal in the geological record has been identified, in a discovery that scientists are calling "the Holy Grail of palaeontology." Fat molecules discovered on the fossil of a mysterious creature called Dickinsonia have confirmed that it lived 558 million years ago, making it the earliest known member of the animal kingdom.
'Lucky' Raccoon Survives 9-Story Leap from Building
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
A daredevil raccoon miraculously survives a horrifying leap from a building it scaled in Ocean City, New Jersey.
How math helps explain the delicate patterns of dragonfly wings
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Scientists have found a mathematical explanation for the complex patterns on the wings of dragonflies and other insects.
New Film Series Says 'Let Science Speak' And Humanizes Scientists
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Let Science Speak is a new film series, but it is more about humanity than science.
Arctic sea ice melt has turned the corner for 2018
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Greg Goodman writes in to WUWT tips and notes: Arctic sea ice minimum ? this years 19/20th Sept at 4.594 million sq/km Source:  Not surprising that MSM has gone schtum about the remarkable pe…
Explaining Global Warming to the Public is Impossible Because We Are Not Talking the Same Language
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Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball I get many emails from people asking for tips on how to explain to others, including their friends and family, what is actually going on with the global warming issue. I…
There is no one role for AI or data science: this is a team effort | ZDNet
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'How quote-to-cash works in in any ERP is not something that you can teach a data scientist in two days.'
Comets & Asteroids - Summary Jan through Mar 2018
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
During the 3-month period January through March 2018, 12 new comets were discovered, cometary activity was detected for 3 previously discov...
Do factory-farmed pigs know what they are missing?
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
You have probably heard this argument many times in defence of the factory farming industry:
Guardian: Climate Scientists Massaging IPCC Report to Placate Nations Which Support Fossil Fuel
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Guardian thinks climate scientists are being pressured to downplay their own research findings. But the Guardian fails to criticise the worst culprits in this allege…
Collaboration builds: Marian University opens new science center
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Marian University welcomes students to enhanced learning experience with Dr. Richard and Leslie Ridenour Center.
Why Major in Animal Science at UC Davis? - 미주 한국일보
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Since I was a child, I knew that I wanted to work with animals. My passion for animal science was evident in the way that I memorized all my family member’s Chinese zodiacs and the way I would love to read books pertaining to the physiology of animals. I knew since the age of three that I loved animals, and the age of five that I would like to become a veterinarian. Despite what many others have said throughout my schooling years, my goal has not changed and my ambition has done nothing but grow
New Physics Book Reviews: Totally Random Anxiety
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
New books on statistical mechanics and quantum entanglement show physicists and writers finding new ways to talk about these fields.
Meet the Gods in the Stars, Part 2: Aquarius
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
I've just posted a new video entitled " Meet the Gods in the Stars, Part 2: Aquarius " as a follow-up to the previous video, which was a...
A cryptogram left behind by Stephen Hawking
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Stephen Hawking, the world-famous physicist who died earlier this year, has left behind ten puzzles. One of these has now been published. It looks like a cryptogram.
Friday Fun: Oh that’s a cute little slip n slide
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
This doesn't need much explanation. Just watch. https://youtu.be/ZPWKz1n83Kc
Dalmatian dog adopts spotted lamb
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
A beautiful example of two different species caring for each other! This Dalmatian dog adopted a cute spotted lamb. Take a look at the video...
CU Boulder opens exhibit exploring relationship between science, art
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A new exhibit at the University of Colorado illustrates how art and science can be intertwined. The exhibit opened Friday and was organized by faculty, staff and students through CU?s Nature, Environment, Science and Technology Studio for the Arts. The exhibit and the broader studio program are funded by a? Read more
Prodibi ram
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Deux fois par semaine Bilan vous propose le portrait d?une start-up suisse pour investir issues de sa s
It’s time to make cars great again, and Trump plan does just that
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My op-ed in the Fresno Bee ahead of Monday?s public hearing on the Trump plan to rollback Obama?s pointless fuel economy standards.
5,000-year-old baskets, ropes and nets discovered in Oman
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Fossilised baskets, ropes and nets that date back to the early Bronze Age, between 3,100 BCE and 2,700 BCE, have recently been discovered, ...
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The Russian petrochemical producer is on a drive for growth
Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #329
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SCIENCE : EARTH SCIENCES
Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President McKitrick-Christy Hypothesis Test: Last week’s TWTW discussed a test on the a…
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Green energy groups say Vaca Muerta is leaking greenhouse gases
Very smart cow
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
This cow has figured out how to use the water tap in its village. So smart...
Japan space robots start asteroid survey
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Tokyo (AFP) Sept 22, 2018 - A pair of robot rovers have landed on an asteroid and begun a survey, Japan's space agency said Saturday, as it conducts a mission aiming to shed light on the origins of the solar system.
Colorectal cancer screening: Science should trump convenience - STAT
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Colonoscopy may not be the most convenient test for detecting colorectal cancer but it's the best one because it can simultaneously remove polyps.
Luxembourg Science Center Set for Significant European Expansion
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
On Friday 21 September 2018, Luxembourg's government cabinet agreed to the signing of a letter of intent which... }}
American Institute of Physics CEO Michael H. Moloney
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Physicist started in March as ninth chief executive officer of AIP
Japanese robot Hayabusa2 lands on Asteroid Ryugu
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Tokyo, Japan (Sputnik) Sep 24, 2018 - After patiently waiting for their target asteroid to complete its rotation scientists monitoring the progress of a Japanese spacecraft confirmed that two small robots have successfully reached the s
Skeletal Stem Cells Identified in Humans | Biology, Medicine | Sci-News.com
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Human skeletal stem cells capable of self-renewal and multilineage differentiation to bone, cartilage, and stroma have been isolated by Dr. Michael Longaker of the Stanford University School of Medicine and colleagues.