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The Hawai'i That Was: A Geological and Anthropological Exploration of the Islands
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Since last summer I've been working on a blog series based on the geology, natural history, and anthropology of the Hawaiian Islands, loosely based on our field studies class last summer. There are a lot of stories told by these isolated islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. I finally reached the (possible) end of the series yesterday, and so today I'm putting together a compilation of the posts (click on the titles to get to each blog).The Hawai'i That Was: A New Blog SeriesThis was the o
How to find the four important heavenly serpents
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image: Wikimedia commons (link).Right now is one of the best times of the year to try to locate the four major celestial serpents which play important roles in many of the world's ancient myths.All four of them can be seen at the same time at this time of year, if you happen to be located in the northern hemisphere. Observers in the southern hemisphere will probably not be able to locate the constellation Draco, which winds its way between the Big Dipper and Little Dipper, near the north celesti
Lumos!  The Quantum Mechanics of Harry Potter
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We wrap up NMR and begin to consider the quantum mechanics behind lasers. Lasers are magic wands for chemists, making it possible to explore what happens in chemical processes on very short time scales. Lasers are ubiquitous tools in everyday life, too. Grocery store scanners and CD players use lasers to read information, an when you "burn" a CD, a laser is used to literally score the material.MP3 podcastscreencast
Examining the Highlights of the John Deere Z930M
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Customers who have a wide area to cover with their mower may want to consider the John Deere Z930M for all of their needs. This efficient mower comes with a Mulch On Demand™ deck, a dump-from-seat Material Collection System, and 3-way adjustable suspension seats. Let’s take a look at the other highlights of the John Deere [...] The post Examining the Highlights of the John Deere Z930M appeared first on John Deere MachineFinder.
Book Excerpt 1 from  Y.O.U. and The Ultimate Life Tool®: By Dr. Zannah Hackett
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Learning how to see each other will ultimately allow individuals to eliminate misconceptions they may have about themselves and misconceptions they may have about others, so that they can literally approach each relationship in every area of life with understanding, non-judgment, and complete acceptance. That’s a pretty powerful statement, isn’t it? What the Knowledge of Y.O.U®
Michigan 4-H Animal Science Sportsperson of the Year brings sportsmanship to competition - Michigan State University Extension
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Michigan State University ExtensionMichigan 4-H Animal Science Sportsperson of the Year brings sportsmanship to competitionMichigan State University ExtensionThe Michigan 4-H Youth Development Program would like to announce Shiawassee County 4-H member Wyatt Mazich as the winner of the second annual Michigan 4-H Animal Science Sportsperson of the Year award. The selection committee had a difficult
Peripheral Resistance and Blood Flow
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
How are Peripheral Resistance and Blood flow related? Why is there more resistance in some blood vessels than others? How does the body use the concepts of vasodilation and vasoconstriction to regulate Blood flow? I cover that (and more) in this video. The post Peripheral Resistance and Blood Flow appeared first on Interactive Biology, with Leslie Samuel.
Blood Pressure Regulation and Causes of High Blood Pressure
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Blood Pressure regulation - How do cardiac output and peripheral resistance fit into the equation? What are the negative effects of hypertension. The post Blood Pressure Regulation and Causes of High Blood Pressure appeared first on Interactive Biology, with Leslie Samuel.
An Introduction To Cardiovascular Disorders
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
In this video, I start talking about what happens when things go wrong with the cardiovascular system. We start with a general review of the circulatory system, starting with the absorption of nutrients into the blood all the way to the function of the heart. We then deal with topics like edema, ischemia, infarctions and how […] The post An Introduction To Cardiovascular Disorders appeared first on Interactive Biology, with Leslie Samuel.
The Anatomy Of The Heart
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
This video will discuss details on the different parts of the Human Heart from the chambers down to the blood vessels of the heart. Enjoy! The post The Anatomy Of The Heart appeared first on Interactive Biology, with Leslie Samuel.
110 Hypertension Treatment
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What are the mechanisms that underly the drugs that are used to treat hypertension? Drugs like ACE inhibitors, diuretics and beta blockers? That's what we cover in this video. The post 110 Hypertension Treatment appeared first on Interactive Biology, with Leslie Samuel.
Scientists borrow from electronics to build circuits in living cells
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Synthetic biology researchers have demonstrated a new method for digital information processing in living cells, analogous to the logic gates used in electric circuits. The circuits are the largest ever published to date in eurkaryotic cells and a key step in harnessing the potential of cells as living computers that can respond to disease, efficiently produce biofuels or develop plant-based chemicals.
Designer worm spit supercharges healing
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Globally, every 30 seconds a diabetic has a limb amputated because of a non-healing wound. A molecule produced by a Thai liver parasite could be the solution to those non-healing wounds -- and scientists are now able to produce a version of the molecule on a large enough scale to make it available for laboratory tests and eventually clinical trials.
Helping plants pump iron
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Genetic variants have been identified that help plants grow in low-iron environments, which could improve crop yields, say researchers.
the six steps we can take to battle trolls, bots, and propaganda on the web
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According to many users and experts on the internet, trolls are taking over, and so is propaganda being repackaged as slick, high quality news. This is obviously a bleak development, but since we’re talking about the internet here, there is hope. Technology got us into this mess and it can also help a dedicated enough group of experts clean it up beyond the current and all too obviously doomed to fail report buttons and periodic flags on partisan outrage or propaganda stories we know will go vir
Intel Inside DJI Mini-Drone
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DJI claimed that Spark is "the first drone that users can control by hand gestures alone." Movidius' Myriad 2 Vision Processing Unit enables Spark to perform both computer vision/deep learning and image signal processing.
GaAs Nanowires Boost Solar
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Gallium arsenide (GaAs) has always beat silicon at a higher price, but new formulation boost existing panels on-the-cheap.
Big Data Reshapes Silicon
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Two new processor architectures will be described at a conference in June, the latest of many targeting machine learning for an age of big data.
NI's New CEO: Automotive To Be Key Opportunity
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National Instruments' new CEO spoke about his transition to the top, what's driving the company, and about engineering education, in an interview with EE Times Senior Technical Editor Martin Rowe.
The Actual Reason Why We Spend Excessive Time in Toilet Despite High Fibre Intake.
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
We don’t always like admitting our toilet problems but when it comes to constipation, chances are you’ve experienced this condition... The post The Actual Reason Why We Spend Excessive Time in Toilet Despite High Fibre Intake. appeared first on Lifehack.
Farewell to Feeling of Powerless and Drowsiness: You Need Potassium.
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
There are loads of reasons to ensure that you consume enough potassium daily. Firstly, potassium is key for efficient muscular... The post Farewell to Feeling of Powerless and Drowsiness: You Need Potassium. appeared first on Lifehack.
You Plan on Weight Loss But Just Can't Suppress Appetite, These Food Are Your Way Out.
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The amount of people going to the gym on a regular basis has never been higher. The reasons why people... The post You Plan on Weight Loss But Just Can’t Suppress Appetite, These Food Are Your Way Out. appeared first on Lifehack.
10 Foods That Guarantee Your Kids a High Fiber Intake!
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Did you prepare that Cheesy Broccoli Bites, but your kids just curled up in the couch and refused to munch... The post 10 Foods That Guarantee Your Kids a High Fiber Intake! appeared first on Lifehack.
8 Psychological Tricks To Help You Nail the Interview of Your Dream Job
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Why You Should Focus on Psychology in Your Next Interview Whether you realize it or not, psychology impacts every aspect... The post 8 Psychological Tricks To Help You Nail the Interview of Your Dream Job appeared first on Lifehack.
There is no member of mine devoid of a god
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Chapter 42, Plate 32, Ritual of Coming Forth by Day,
Ochre use by Middle Stone Age humans in Porc-Epic cave persisted over thousands of years
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Middle Stone Age humans in the Porc-Epic cave likely used ochre over at least 4,500 years, according to a new study.
House gearing up for CR to last until December
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With no sign of progress on appropriations bills stalled in the Senate, the House is making plans to pass a “clean” continuing resolution that will keep the government running at least into December, a top House member said this week. In an interview with the Capitol Hill publication Roll Call Wednesday in Philadelphia, Rep. Paul [...]
This Is NASA’s Future Mars 2020 Rover Looking for Biosignatures on the Red Planet
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While Opportunity and Curiosity continue to explore the surface of Mars, the launch date of NASA’s next big rover mission is on the horizon. And here’s a stunning artist’s impression of the mission that NASA released on Tuesday. Wait. Isn’t that Curiosity? No. While the Mars 2020 rover will certainly look like Curiosity, as many … Continue reading "This Is NASA’s Future Mars 2020 Rover Looking for Biosignatures on the Red
This Super-Hot, Super-Weird Space Doughnut Could Be a New “Planetary Object”
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Pluto is going to be pissed. After studying computer simulations of planetary collisions, scientists have discovered a possible phase of planetary formation that has, so far, been overlooked by astronomy. And they think this phase is so significant that it deserves its own planetary definition. After two planetary objects collide, researchers from the University of … Continue reading "This Super-Hot, Super-Weird Space Doughnut Could Be a New “Planetary Object”"
Two Exoplanets Are Whipping-Up a Pretty Protoplanetary Gas Spiral
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Using the awesome power of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile, astronomers have probed the protoplanetary disk of a young star system — with a twist. ALMA is no stranger to protoplanetary disks; the array of 66 radio antennae in the Atacama desert is extremely sensitive to the emissions from the gas and … Continue reading "Two Exoplanets Are Whipping-Up a Pretty Protoplanetary Gas
Jupiter’s Galilean Moons (Profile Gifs)
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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft will arrive at Jupiter in the next few day after nearly five years in space. While it’s purpose is primarily to study Jupiter’s origins, interior structure, deep atmosphere and magnetosphere, it’s worth remembering Jupiter is also host to the largest and some of the most interesting moons in the solar system. Lets […] The post Jupiter’s Galilean Moons (Profile Gifs) appeared first on Space Facts.
Phobos Moon Facts
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Phobos is one of the two moons of Mars. It is the larger of the two moons, and is heavily cratered and appears to have grooves and streaks of material along its sides. Phobos Moon Profile Phobos Size Facts about Phobos Phobos’s orbit is so fast it would appear to an observer on the planet […] The post Phobos Moon Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
Deimos Moon Facts
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Deimos is the smaller of the two moons of Mars. Like its sibling moon Phobos, it has a dusty “regolith” covered surface, and is made of rocky material. Deimos Moon Profile Deimos Size Facts about Deimos Neither Phobos nor Deimos have atmospheres. They are too small, with no volatiles to create an atmosphere, and their […] The post Deimos Moon Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
Io Moon Facts
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Io is the innermost and the second smallest of the four Galilean moons. It was discovered, along with Europa, Ganymede and Callisto by Galileo Galilei in 1610. Io Moon Profile Io Diagrams Facts about Io Io has more than 400 active volcanoes on its surface. They make this little moon the most actively volcanic world […] The post Io Moon Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
Europa Moon Facts
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Europa is the smallest of Jupiter’s Galilean moons and the second closest, however it is still the sixth largest moon in the solar system. Europa is known for being one of the first worlds a subsurface water ocean was hypothesised for. Europa Moon Profile Europa Diagrams Facts about Europa Europa is named after a woman […] The post Europa Moon Facts appeared first on Space Facts.
Go Nuts for Squirrel Mapper
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Project: SquirrelMapper When we think of evolution, we usually think of slow, gradual changes that occur over thousands or millions of years. However, this isn’t always the case: sometimes evolution can produce fast results! Take the coat color of the gray squirrel, who resides mostly in the eastern U.S., for example–nowadays, most are gray in […] The post Go Nuts for Squirrel Mapper appeared first on Citizen Science Center.
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From Japan Today, 4/20/17. A 26-year-old member of Japan’s Ground Self Defense Forces was arrested Thursday on charges of making threats and intimidation after he forced his girlfriend to take nude photos of herself and threatened that if she disobeyed him, he would circulate nude photos of her taken in the past on social media and send them to her parents. According to police, Hiroaki Makino, a private first-class stationed at the Ground Self Defense Force’s Koga base in Ibaraki Prefecture, is
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An anomaly in three time periods...
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Text and photo from The Japan Times, 4/16/17. By 1957, photographer Ken Domon had reached the peak of his creative powers. A picture taken that year in Hiroshima, which he was visiting for the first time to chronicle the lingering effect of the bomb, shows him supremely confident: ram-rod straight on a stool, tripod in one hand, he casts a sideway glance at the viewer. His brow is lightly furrowed; his lips display a slight pout reminiscent of a kabuki actor adopting a mie pose. What we see is a
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From Japan Today, 4/20/17. A 26-year-old member of Japan’s Ground Self Defense Forces was arrested Thursday on charges of making threats and intimidation after he forced his girlfriend to take nude photos of herself and threatened that if she disobeyed him, he would circulate nude photos of her taken in the past on social media and send them to her parents. According to police, Hiroaki Makino, a private first-class stationed at the Ground Self Defense Force’s Koga base in Ibaraki Prefecture, is