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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Australia fires: How do we know how many animals have died?

A biodiversity expert suggests almost half a billion animals might have been affected in Australia.

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Wired

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Does Dark Energy Really Exist? Cosmologists Battle It Out

A study challenged the evidence for this mysterious force, despite its wide acceptance as part of the cosmos. Then physicists shot back.

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Ingeniøren

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Danmarks klimaduks: Sønderborg er halvvejs mod CO2-neutralitet

PLUS. Længe før Folketinget og resten af landets kommuner kom ind i klimakampen, besluttede erhvervsfolk og politikere i Sønderborg sig for at blive CO2-neutrale. Næste år er de halvvejs. Lær opskriften, læs om fejltrinene og om truslen fra det stigende energiforbrug.

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

Task force recommends changes to increase African-American physics and astronomy students

Due to long-term and systemic issues leading to the consistent exclusion of African-Americans in physics and astronomy, a task force is recommending sweeping changes and calling for awareness into the number and experiences of African-American students studying the fields. 'The Time Is Now: Systemic Changes to Increase African-Americans with Bachelor's Degrees in Physics and Astronomy' discusses t

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Eyeball Planets Might Exist, And They're as Creepy as They Sound

They're out there… just staring.

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Discover Magazine

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As Bushfires Blaze On, Parts of Australia Broil With the Highest Temperatures on Earth

The brutal heat and high winds whipped up already fierce wildfires, producing giant fire clouds. Here is what it has looked like from space.

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Science | The Guardian

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Starwatch: Cassiopeia, Queen of the northern sky

The unmistakeable W-shaped constellation represents a queen punished for claiming that her daughter was more beautiful than the Nereids The constellation of Cassiopeia, the Queen , was one of the 48 constellations detailed by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD. The constellation is most notable because of its W shape, which is said to represent the Queen sitting on her throne. She

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ScienceDaily

REE mineral-bearing rocks found in eastern Mojave Desert

Scientists have mapped a rare earth element deposit of magmatic carbonatite located in the Mountain Pass region of the eastern Mojave Desert. The new report details the geophysical and geological setting of the deposit, including a map of the deposit's subsurface extent, to help land-use managers evaluate sites for further exploration.

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ScienceDaily

Climate change and deforestation could decimate Madagascar's rainforest habitat by 2070

A study has found that, left unchecked, the combined effects of deforestation and human-induced climate change could eliminate Madagascar's entire eastern rainforest habitat by 2070, impacting thousands of plants, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians that are endemic to the island nation.

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ScienceDaily

Early modern humans cooked starchy food in South Africa, 170,000 years ago

The inhabitants of the Border Cave in the Lebombo Mountains on the Kwazulu-Natal/eSwatini border were cooking starchy plants 170,000 years ago. This discovery is much older than earlier reports for cooking similar plants and it provides a fascinating insight into the behavioral practices of early modern humans in southern Africa.

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

Astronomers find wandering massive black holes in dwarf galaxies

Studies with the VLA indicate that roughly half of the massive black holes in dwarf galaxies are not in the centers of those galaxies. This gives astronomers new insights into the conditions in which similar black holes formed and grew in the early history of the universe.

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Future(s) Studies

Rename this place to /r/SuckOffSpaceCarMan

Pretty much, doesn't matter that it's not future focused, anything Musk is upvoted to the front page. Satellite Internet is freaking 50+ years old now. But a post about launching more internet nodes = totally future studies guise. This place isn't future focused at all. submitted by /u/bluefirecorp [link] [comments]

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Future(s) Studies

Could We Live Without GPS?

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Movidius – Intel makes hardware AI coprocesor available on USB stick for Pi and Arduino general purpose computer boards

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Future(s) Studies

Russia announces plan to 'use the advantages' of climate change. Kremlin website recognises global heating as a problem but lists 'positive' economic effects

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Could this new battery slash the cost of an electric car? Nikola Motors may have found what its CEO describes as the "Holy Grail of batteries".

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Future(s) Studies

Koala begs for water, 30% of its species have been wiped out in the current Australian bushfires

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Counting whales from space pitched as key to saving them

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Scientific American Content

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The Biggest Whales Are Yet to Come

A study of whale feeding habits found that food is the main limit to the size of ocean giants — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Phys.org

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Oxfam: UK equals 7 African nations' carbon output in 2 weeks

The average British person will pump out more carbon emissions in two weeks than citizens in seven African nations will emit in an entire year, the charity Oxfam said in a report Sunday.

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Science | The Guardian

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Counting Whales From Space: scientists and engineers plan hi-tech effort

New England Aquarium partners with local firm Project could help work to save endangered right whales An aquarium and an engineering firm in Massachusetts are working on a project to better protect whales – by monitoring them from space. The New England Aquarium, based in Boston, and Draper, a firm based in nearby Cambridge, say new and higher-tech solutions are needed in order to protect whales

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Big Think

This color-matching portable sensor is like Shazam for designers

The Nix V2 scans any colored surface to find an exact color match. The device cross-references against more than 100,000 brand name paint colors. The Nix is currently $15 off the regular price. None If you know someone who spends a healthy chunk of their life or career dealing with color, we can help you introduce them to a serious game-changer. From fine artists to interior designers to graphics

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Phys.org

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Russia unveils climate 'adaptation' plan

The Russian government has published a plan to adapt the economy and population to climate change, aiming to mitigate damage but also "use the advantages" of warmer temperatures.

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Big Think

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Scientist figures out how to move our sun to avoid space collisions

An astrophysicist proposes two new designs for stellar engines. The engines would be able to move our sun and whole solar systems. Moving the sun would be necessary to avoid collisions with supernovas and other space catastrophes. None Advancing space travel generally involves building more powerful and efficient engines for space vehicles like rockets or shuttles. But what if instead of an indiv

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Scientific American Content

My Top 10 Columns of the Decade

Cross-Check began a decade ago. Here are columns that the author liked, even if readers didn't — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Future(s) Studies

Can aging be reversed? Incredible new research may let us grow younger instead of older

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Future(s) Studies

This Robot's Journey to an Icy Alien Moon Starts Beneath Antarctica – NASA scientists completed field tests in November of a floating rover they hope will one day travel to Europa, the frozen ocean moon of Jupiter.

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Future(s) Studies

Manufacturing in microgravity: from processes to materials – building on orbit has the potential to change how we make everything

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Future(s) Studies

SpaceX's bold Starlink internet plan takes another big step in 2020 – SpaceX is scheduled to launch 60 more satellites to low-Earth orbit at 9:19 p.m. Eastern on Monday, January 6.

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Future(s) Studies

These Breakthroughs Made the 2010s the Decade of the Brain

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Future(s) Studies

Bill Gates's big takeaway from 2019: raise his taxes – The world's richest person reflects on taxing the rich. "The wealth gap is growing. The distance between top and bottom incomes in the United States is much greater than it was 50 years ago". In future this will likely become worse.

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Vetenskap | SVT Nyheter

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Mikaela vet hur man pratar med katter

Mikaela Johanssons lägenhet är full av katter. Hon är uppfödare av sibiriska katter och dessutom jourhem till upphittade katter och föräldralösa kattungar av olika raser.

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Vetenskap | SVT Nyheter

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Katter kan uttrycka känslor med subtila ansiktsuttryck

Katter har ett rykte om sig att vara oberäkneliga och kryptiska. Men det handlar kanske snarare om att vi människor är dåliga på att tyda katternas subtila signaler.

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Big Think

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Feeling sick is an emotion meant to help you get better faster

You know what it's like to be sick. You feel fatigued, maybe a little depressed, less hungry than usual, more easily nauseated and perhaps more sensitive to pain and cold. The fact that illness comes with a distinct set of psychological and behavioral features is not a new discovery. In medical terminology, the symptom of malaise encompasses some of the feelings that come with being ill. Animal b

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Big Think

Personality is not only about who but also where you are

In the field of psychology, the image is canon: a child sitting in front of a marshmallow, resisting the temptation to eat it. If she musters up the willpower to resist long enough, she'll be rewarded when the experimenter returns with a second marshmallow. Using this 'marshmallow test', the Austrian-born psychologist Walter Mischel demonstrated that children who could resist immediate gratificat

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Big Think

Feeling sick is an emotion meant to help you get better faster

You know what it's like to be sick. You feel fatigued, maybe a little depressed, less hungry than usual, more easily nauseated and perhaps more sensitive to pain and cold. The fact that illness comes with a distinct set of psychological and behavioral features is not a new discovery. In medical terminology, the symptom of malaise encompasses some of the feelings that come with being ill. Animal b

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The Atlantic

Letters: The Thrill of Garbage Trucks

Why Your Kid Loves the Garbage Truck So Much For decades, children have been fascinated by the garbage-collection vehicles that visit their home. Last month, Ashley Fetters talked with parents, children, waste-management professionals, and experts on childhood about their theories as to why. I work for the Department of Sanitation in New York City, and it amazes me how many kids love to stop and

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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Pocahontas Heacham mulberry tree DNA test 'inconclusive'

Researchers are unable to establish whether the Native American planted a mulberry tree in Norfolk.

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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New rules for low carbon heating in Scots homes

The new regulations will see alternatives to gas boilers installed in new homes from 2024.

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Wired

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Everything You Thought You Knew About Inbox Zero Is Wrong

Merlin Mann says people took his idea far too literally.

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Wired

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South Jersey's Mid-Century Modern Motels, in All Their Neon Glory

From the 1950s to '70s, hundreds of motels were built in The Wildwoods. Now, in the age of Airbnb, only half of them are still in operation.

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Singularity Hub

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These Breakthroughs Made the 2010s the Decade of the Brain

I rarely use the words transformative or breakthrough for neuroscience findings. The brain is complex, noisy, chaotic, and often unpredictable. One intriguing result under one condition may soon fail for a majority of others. What's more, paradigm-shifting research trends often require revolutionary tools. When we're lucky, those come once a decade. But I can unabashedly say that the 2010s saw a

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Science | The Guardian

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Mystery illness in Chinese city not Sars, say authorities

Fears of new epidemic after people taken to hospital in Wuhan with viral pneumonia A mysterious respiratory illness that has infected dozens of people in a central Chinese city is not Sars, local authorities have said. The 2002-03 epidemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome started in southern China and killed more than 700 people. Fears of a recurrence arose this month after a number of people

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Science | The Guardian

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Cummings' Whitehall weirdos will need to understand people, not just numbers | Hannah Fry

Boris Johnson's adviser wants more maths geniuses in the civil service. But real life is too messy to be boiled down to equations About 10 years ago I had a conversation with a civil servant about Britain's chemical decontamination units. He was in charge of calculating where in the country the government should keep them. These giant trucks had specialist equipment that could respond quickly if

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Scientific American Blog Posts

To Ease Climate Anxiety, Reconnect with the Rhythms of the Seasons

It's a way to restore a feeling of control and a sense of well-being — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Future(s) Studies

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Finland's new prime minister caused enthusiasm in the country: Sanna Marin (34) is the youngest female head of government worldwide. Her aim: To introduce the 4-day-week and the 6-hour-working day in Finland.

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Future(s) Studies

UNSW scientists say they have key to unlock low-cost green hydrogen

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Future(s) Studies

Millennials raised on tech are fine with it replacing them – Millennials bored by low-level service jobs say bring it on, automate their jobs, please. And advanced technology is doing just that in spades, with some 2.5 million jobs at risk in New York City alone because of AI.

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Wired

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Democracies Can Become Digital Dictators

Internet shutdowns in India prove it's not just authoritarians who repress online.

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Wired

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A Strange New Decade, Tesla's Strong Sales, and More Car News This Week

Tesla delivered 367,500 cars last year, a 50 percent jump from 2018. The company's stock also surpassed $420, a symbolic figure for CEO Elon Musk.

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Wired

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'Friends' Leaving Netflix Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup

It was a devastating start to the year for fans. Also, did you hear about PopeSlapGate?

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Scientific American: Mind & Brain

To Ease Climate Anxiety, Reconnect with the Rhythms of the Seasons

It's a way to restore a feeling of control and a sense of well-being — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Scientific American Content

To Ease Climate Anxiety, Reconnect with the Rhythms of the Seasons

It's a way to restore a feeling of control and a sense of well-being — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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The Atlantic

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Putin's Big Lie

In the opening scene of the most famous Polish movie of the past two decades, a crowd of anxious, desperate people—on foot, riding bikes, leading horses, carrying bundles—walks onto a bridge. To their immense surprise, they see another group of anxious, desperate people heading toward them, walking from the opposite direction. "People, what are you doing?!" one man shouts. "Turn back! The Germans

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Science | The Guardian

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Why do I keep breaking my resolution to have a vasectomy? | Stuart Heritage

I definitely don't want more kids – but my visions of scalpels are so much worse I had two new year's resolutions in 2018; to get a vasectomy and to pass my driving test. When December rolled around, I held my driving licence in my hand with satisfaction. True, I hadn't achieved both my resolutions, but partial completion isn't to be sniffed at, right? In 2019, I also had two resolutions – to get

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Wired

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Russia Takes a Big Step Toward Internet Isolation

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ScienceAlert – Latest

New Way to Deliver Old Tuberculosis Vaccine Provides 'Incredible Protection' in Monkeys

The infection kills more people than any other microbe.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Researchers Share Controversial Argument on Why We Shouldn't Always Desex Our Dogs

Interesting…

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The Atlantic

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The History Behind One of America's Most Beloved Desserts

The end of the holiday season and beginning of the new year feels like a natural time to reflect on familial traditions. Holidays, inasmuch as they are illustrated by their ornaments and decorations, are also hallmarked by their customary foods, which spangle around festive table centerpieces as the true spectacle of the occasions. Recipes are handed down and prepared for generations, and it's in

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The Atlantic

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5G Is Where China and the West Finally Diverge

The rollout of fifth-generation cellular networks around the world will likely be a defining geopolitical dilemma of 2020. But American and European consumers could easily mistake 5G for just another marketing ploy for early adopters—to the detriment of democracies worldwide. When the number in the corner of our smartphone screens changed from 3G to 4G , few of us even noticed. Ditto when LTE , a

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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Eyeball Planets Might Exist, And They're as Creepy as They Sound

They're out there… just staring.

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Big Think

Joke theft: Is it really an issue in comedy?

Comedian Paul F. Tompkins explains the complexities of plagiarism in the comedy world; comedians all spend time together, processing the same current events—to some degree, it's natural that they may arrive at the same conclusions and jokes. "There are certain things that human beings just are predisposed to laugh at and we're just kind of all putting our own spin on it," he says. Some comedians

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Future(s) Studies

Time for liftoff — robots and humans scheduled to blast off from Earth in 2020. A fleet of robotic explorers is heading to Mars launch this year — perhaps one day humans will follow

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In 2015, Target committed to achieving 500 solar power installations by 2020. In December of 2019, Target announced that it reached its goal (a little bit ahead of schedule). Target completed its 500th rooftop solar installation in California.

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New rules are to be introduced to ensure all new homes built in Scotland use renewable or low-carbon heating. The regulations, being introduced by the Scottish government from 2024, are part of plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

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Future(s) Studies

Leaked data proves just how much our phones are spying on us

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Future(s) Studies

Here's the basic enabling technology for the short movie "Hyper-Reality" and the full movie "Anon". Our sense of sight is about to become something radically different from today, much more Sci-Fi.

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Ingeniøren

Kunstig intelligens optimerer ekstremt konservativ branche

PLUS. Værktøjer fra en ny digital afdeling i Maersk Tankers kan ændre rederiets drift. På sigt kan afdelingen blive skilt fra som en 'startup'.

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NYT > Science

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This Robot's Journey to an Icy Alien Moon Starts Beneath Antarctica

NASA scientists completed field tests in November of a floating rover they hope will one day travel to Europa, the frozen ocean moon of Jupiter.

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ScienceAlert – Latest

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The Best Time For Researching The Cosmos Is Right Now. Here's Why

It's all a matter of timing.

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The Atlantic

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The Kumbaya Candidate

Outside the faux-barn event space in Fairfield, Iowa, the sky was foggy black, and rain had turned the long gravel driveway to mush. But despite the weather, several dozen Iowans showed up on the Saturday before New Year's to hear from the man they believe offers a bright beam of sunlight for these rainy times. What's attracting these supporters to Joe Biden are his rose-colored glasses. The cent

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Science | The Guardian

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I'm seeing stars… but thanks to Elon Musk, not for much longer | Stewart Lee

SpaceX's 40,000 satellites will soon be ruining our view of the universe – not to mention aliens' view of us My best New Year's Eve was 15 years ago. A mis-calibrated dose of prescription painkillers in a bed and breakfast near Wootton Courtenay meant I slept through the whole thing. I slept through the fear. I slept through the dread. I slept through the recriminations and regrets. And I slept t

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Viden

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Vi har en smule neandertaler i os: Menneskets historie blev fuldstændig skrevet om i 2010'erne

Med nye teknologier har vi fået et langt større indblik i vores forfædres udvikling.

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Science | The Guardian

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Helen Sharman: 'There's no greater beauty than seeing the Earth from up high'

The astronaut, 56, on self-belief, G-force – and being the only girl in science class Almost everything about my childhood was normal and mundane. Our nuclear family lived in a comfortable house in suburban Sheffield. I went to school at the local comp. No one exciting ever visited. It meant I thought only normal things could happen to me. When I was choosing my A-levels, a German teacher found m

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Ingeniøren

Spørg Fagfolket: Hvordan bliver 15 cm sne til 15 mm nedbør?

En læser synes, at få mm nedbør i vejrudsigten lyder som meget lidt, når man i realiteten ender med at gå igennem en hel snedrive. DMI forklarer forskellen.

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Science | The Guardian

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The moon, Mars and beyond… the space race in 2020

Not since the 1960s have we witnessed such appetite for space missions. Here's what to expect in the year ahead, from commercial launches to Chinese ambitions Space missions of a startling variety and ambition are scheduled for launch this year. Indeed, space engineers have not planned so much activity – for both manned and robot projects – since the heady days of the space race between the United

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Science | The Guardian

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The search for Eden: in pursuit of humanity's origins

Our species, Homo sapiens, evolved in Africa over hundreds of thousands of years. Now we are beginning to understand how Underneath our skins, we are all Africans. That is the recent, simple conclusion of scientists studying the origins of our species. Genes, ancient stone tools and fossil bones – analysed over the past few decades – make it clear that men and women today are the direct descendan

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Future(s) Studies

A Return of Airships?

I'm the near future there will be a possible convergence of 1) Extremely light, strong and large fuel tanks, as used for new spacecraft. 2) Extremely powerful vacuum pumps. Combine the two and you have massive lighter than air, non-flammable vessels. I'm not sure how practical airships are for moving freight, but in the very least you could tether massive lighter than air tanks to cargo ships to

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Future(s) Studies

The Australian fires have begun to turn glaciers pink thousands of miles away

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Is there technology in the offing that will grow organs from our own cells ?

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Melting rock instead of drilling

Think of all the things you wish could be banished underground: Highways Railroads Parking Lots Utility lines Storage tanks Maybe you want to live like an ant and have your home underground The point is, it's a long list, and the reason we don't do it is, as always, money. Removing rock is expensive work, done with excavators, tunnel boring machines, and dynamite. So instead of removing the rock,

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Future(s) Studies

The Australian Fires have released 2/3rds of our nation's yearly Co2 emissions, and our Prime Minister still refuses to do anything about Climate Change. This is my open letter to him.

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Science | The Guardian

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The Observer view on space exploration and the perils facing Earth

There is nowhere we can appreciate our planet more than from out there We begin a new decade swamped by visions of our planet in peril. Australia is in flames; Greenland and Antarctic ice shelves are crumbling; thousands of species face extinction, and millions of humans are at risk of losing their homes as sea levels rise and deserts spread. At the same time, amounts of carbon dioxide in the atm

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Science

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High demand prompts launch of Europe's first cannabis ETF

Similar products in North America have proved popular despite a poor year for the sector

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Fires in Australia are on a completely new scale. Denialists are losing public support.

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The Race for Space in your brain is escalating as cross platform media influencers, both commercial and home based toil 24 hours a day, seven days a week, nonstop, resulting in millions of people 'addicted to social media'.

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Does carbon emission from large battery production offset the benefits of switching to renewables?

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Future(s) Studies

This Robot Arm Learned To Assemble Objects It Hasn't Seen Before

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U2: Hydrogen Powered Rock'n'Roll. During U2's concert at Tokyo's Saitama Super Arena on Dec. 5, Edge's guitar, Adam's bass, & the entire backline ran on clean hydrogen power. 4 Fuelcell-powered Toyota Mirai vehicles stored the energy that delivered the power.

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The Atlantic

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World War III Is an Irresistible Meme

The World War III memes are here , bursting onto the shores of TikTok and Twitter after American forces killed Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani this week. "Me and the boys on missile duty during #WWIII," one reads , illustrated by a GIF of two soldiers running from a misfired mortar. "Me chilling at home after ignoring my draft notice #WWIII," says another, illustrated with a Spider-Man cli

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Future(s) Studies

Heartbreaking photos show moment a kangaroo begs for help after being burnt in bushfires

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Future(s) Studies

China and the United States will compete for space launch supremacy in 2020 – Can America break China's global lead in annual orbital missions?

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Future(s) Studies

SpaceX's New Starship Prototype Could Fly in Just 3 Months, Elon Musk Says – The timeline is ambitious, but that's no surprise.

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China aims to add 2,000 km high-speed railways in 2020

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