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2015/05/26 23:34
2015/05/26 23:34
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A PIONEERING international study has found climate geoengineering might be the only way to save coral reefs from destructive mass bleaching. University of Queensland professor Peter Mumby said rising...
2015/05/26 23:34
2015/05/26 23:34
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2015/05/26 18:31
2015/05/26 18:31
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New techniques for studying the “chemical fingerprints” of Amazonian plants have given scientists a kind of “time machine” that can look back to the past and project the future. Greg Asner from...
Read more at redOrbit, PhysOrg
2015/05/18 13:10
2015/05/18 13:10
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Nainoa Thompson, the first Hawaiian in modern times to successfully navigate a voyaging canoe over vast ocean distances using ancient Polynesian techniques, was honored in Washington, D.C., last week...
2015/05/17 13:48
2015/05/17 13:48
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... Ways Prince Albert of Monaco Stays Green (He Bathes His Twins Together!) Prince Albert II at Peter Benchley Ocean Awards His family famously resides in a pink palace, but Monaco's Prince Albert II...
2015/05/17 10:25
2015/05/17 10:25
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Gold has been a blessing and a curse for Peru for centuries. In the 16th century, one of the first Spanish explorers to arrive, Francisco Pizarro, was so enthralled by the mineral riches that he took...
2015/05/13 10:30
2015/05/13 10:30
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Last week, Julie and I were at the Carnegie Institution in Washington, D.C. listening to "The Philosophical Baby: What Children's Minds Tell Us about Truth, Love and the Meaning of Life." It was a...
2015/05/12 17:37
2015/05/12 17:37
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Geologists have identified Pandanus candelabrum, a thorny, palmlike plant, which seems to exclusively grow on top of columns of rock that are known to exhume diamonds. According to one geologist,...
2015/05/12 16:39
2015/05/12 16:39
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Looking west across Suisei Planitia (blue colors) on Mercury. This is the site of some of the crustal magnetic signals that led to an estimate of the age of Mercury’s magnetic field. Image via...
2015/05/07 20:38
2015/05/07 20:38
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We already know that Saturn's moon Enceladus could be hiding some pretty interesting characteristics below its apparently dead, frozen exterior -- namely a subsurface ocean that might be warm enough...
2015/05/07 16:40
2015/05/07 16:40
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Finding diamonds hidden deep in the Earth would be a lot easier if there was a big neon arrow pointing at the places where they're buried. Now, a geologist working in Liberia has discovered nature's...
2015/05/06 17:42
2015/05/06 17:42
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... is a key player," says Paul J. Wallace, a professor in the UO's Department of Geological Sciences and coauthor of a paper in the May issue of Nature Geoscience. "It's important not just for...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2015/05/02 00:45
2015/05/02 00:45
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This week Chicago's historic Pullman district saw its first new factory open in more than 30 years. But the 150,000-square-foot plant, where San Francisco-based Method Products will manufacture all...
2015/05/01 09:40
2015/05/01 09:40
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This artist's rendering provided by NASA shows the MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) spacecraft around Mercury. (NASA/JHU APL/Carnegie Institution of Washington...
2015/04/29 13:21
2015/04/29 13:21
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Turning the oceans 'white' will NOT stop sea ice from melting: Proposal to tackle climate change is flawed, warns study Ocean whitening involves floating white grains or producing microbubbles on the...
2015/04/29 00:13
2015/04/29 00:13
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Method's state-of-the-art soap factory on the Far South Side celebrated its opening Tuesday and offers glimpses into the future of Chicago's economy. As corporations increasingly calculate that wind...
2015/04/28 15:21
2015/04/28 15:21
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Looking good, Mercury. NASA has produced these stunning images of one of Earth's closest planetary neighbors thanks to MESSENGER, or MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging. The...
2015/04/25 12:25
2015/04/25 12:25
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The Hubble Space Telescope this week celebrates 25 years in Earth's orbit. In that time the telescope has studied distant galaxies, star nurseries, planets in our solar system and planets orbiting...
2015/05/26 23:34
2015/05/26 23:34
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