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Exposing the hypocrisy of climate science.

Climate Justice

19 May 2022 @ 3:12 am

Climate justice means billionaires flying private jets and getting richer, as the poor and middle class struggle to survive. “Families struggling to cope with energy bills are seeking shelter in McDonald’s, with one charity saying hard-pressed parents and children are … Continue reading →

May 1922 Paris Heatwave

18 May 2022 @ 9:30 pm

From May 21-25, 1922 Paris averaged 91F, which is more than twenty degrees above average. Graphing 26 May 1922, 16 – Springfield News-Sun at England had two weeks of far above normal temperatures. Graphing This was a continuation of … Continue reading →

“Right-Wing Attacks”

18 May 2022 @ 9:09 pm

According to the Washington Post, telling the truth and supporting free speech are right-wing behaviors. 9:54 AM · May 18, 2022 12:44 PM · May 18, 2022

Biden Wants Venezuelan OIl, Not American

17 May 2022 @ 9:33 pm

Biden is hutting down US energy production, because he would rather buy it from Venezuela. Talks between Venezuela’s Maduro, opposition expected as U.S. eases some sanctions -sources | Reuters Biden Cancels More Oil And Gas Leases As Fuel Prices Skyrocket … Continue reading →

May 18, 1902 Tornado Outbreak

17 May 2022 @ 9:25 pm

On May 18, 1902 Goliad, Texas was destroyed by a tornado, killing more than 100 people. 20 May 1902, Page 1 – The Semi-Weekly Times-Democrat at 1902 Goliad, Texas, tornado – Wikiwand

1911 Heatwave In Germany

17 May 2022 @ 6:37 pm

The summer of 1911 was brutally hot in the US and Europe. Jena Sternwarte, Germany had 53 days over 80F. Thousands of people died. Graphing JENA STERNWARTE, 50.9267 11.5842 The 1911 Heat Wave Was So Deadly It Drove People … Continue reading →

Graphing Canada

17 May 2022 @ 1:18 pm


Arctic Meltdown Update

17 May 2022 @ 12:05 pm

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut 1989                                                              … Continue reading →

$6 Gas In California

17 May 2022 @ 3:03 am

Another impressive new record for Biden and the Democrats. Gas Station Price Charts – Local & National Historical Average Trends –

May 1970 Hurricane

17 May 2022 @ 12:57 am

Hurricane Alma formed on May 21, 1970 near the peak of the ice age scare. 21 May 1970, 121 – The Miami Herald at Storm Tracks WebGL (By Toto) Florida was having a drought. 25 May 1970, 1 – … Continue reading →

Real Engineering

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Engineering explained in somewhat detail.

Astrum Space

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How big is the Solar System? What actually orbits our Sun? Why should I even be interested in space? Questions answered.

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A doctor you can trust, unaligned with the main stream parrot media.

Mars Guy

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Find out what is happening on Mars.

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Project Veritas journalists working undercover on their own or by, with and through idealistic insiders bring to the American people the corrupt private truths hidden behind the walls of their institutions.

Uncovering the lies around COVID-19.

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'Drive-and-process' gene editing array casts a wide net to fix mutations

19 May 2022 @ 3:41 pm

A genome-editing strategy developed at Rice University can correct dozens of errors at the same time with high precision and efficiency, a possible breakthrough for those who suffer from diseases caused by a combination of mutations.

Highly emissive Sb3+-doped 0D cesium indium chloride nanocrystals with switchable photoluminescence

19 May 2022 @ 3:36 pm

All-inorganic lead-free luminescent metal halide nanocrystals (NCs) are very important in optoelectronics, but their applications are limited by the low photoluminescence (PL) efficiency. It is an effective approach via ns2-metal ions doping for tailoring the optical properties of metal halide NCs and expanding their applications.

Quasi-symmetry in CoSi reveals new type of topological material

19 May 2022 @ 3:36 pm

Ever since the discovery of the quantum Hall effect (Nobel Prize 1985), symmetry has been the guiding principle in the search for topological materials. Now an international team of researchers from Germany, Switzerland, and the U.S. has introduced an alternative guiding principle, "quasi-symmetry," which leads to the discovery of a new type of topological material with great potential for applications in spintronics and quantum technologies. This work has been published in Nature Physics.

Discovery of high-speed moving plasma turbulence that outpaces the movement of heat

19 May 2022 @ 3:35 pm

In order to achieve a fusion power plant, it is necessary to stably confine a plasma of more than 100 million degrees Celsius in a magnetic field and maintain it for a long time. A research group led by Assistant Professor Naoki Kenmochi, Professor Katsumi Ida, and Associate Professor Tokihiko Tokuzawa of the National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS), National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS), Japan, using measuring instruments developed independently and with the cooperation of Professor Daniel J. den Hartog of the University of Wisconsin, USA, discovered for the first time that turbulence moves faster than heat when heat escapes in plasmas in the Large Helical Device (LHD). One characteristic of this turbulence makes it possible to predict changes in plasma temperature, and it is expected that observation of turbulence will lead to the development of a method for real-time control of plasma temperature in the future.

COVID has killed 5,600 Australians this year and the pandemic isn't over. Ethics can shape our response

19 May 2022 @ 3:30 pm

It's difficult to ask, but how many fatalities should Australia accept from COVID in 2022?

Thermalization and information scrambling in a superconducting quantum processor

19 May 2022 @ 3:30 pm

In recent years, physicists have carried out extensive studies focusing on quantum technology and quantum many-body systems. Two out-of-equilibrium dynamical processes that have attracted particular attention in this field are quantum thermalization and information scrambling.

Uncovering hidden cultures in workplaces can help make businesses more inclusive

19 May 2022 @ 3:28 pm

Companies should introduce ways of uncovering informal hidden cultures to create more inclusive workplaces, a social mobility expert has told parliamentarians.

Blurring the boundary between Floquet matter and metamaterials

19 May 2022 @ 3:28 pm

Metamaterials—artificial media with tailored subwavelength structures—have now encompassed a broad range of novel properties that are unavailable in nature. This field of research has stretched across different wave platforms, leading to the discovery and demonstration of a wealth of exotic wave phenomena. Most recently, metamaterial concepts have been extended to the temporal domain, paving the way to completely new concepts for wave control, such as nonreciprocal propagation, time-reversal, new forms of optical gain and drag.

How fast-growing algae could enhance growth of food crops

19 May 2022 @ 3:24 pm

A new study provides a framework to boost crop growth by incorporating a strategy adopted from a fast-growing species of green algae. The algae, known as Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, contain an organelle called the pyrenoid that speeds up the conversion of carbon, which the algae absorb from the air, into a form that the organisms can use for growth. In a study published May 19, 2022 in the journal Nature Plants, researchers at Princeton University and Northwestern University used molecular modeling to identify the features of the pyrenoid that are most critical for enhancing carbon fixation, and then mapped how this functionality could be engineered into crop plants.

How Stockholm applied greening concepts and what we can learn from it

19 May 2022 @ 3:19 pm

Based on an evaluation of over 500 academic articles, an international research team has traced the application of greening concepts in the context of Swedish planning and particularly in the Stockholm metropolitan region. The researchers, who include Professor Christian Albert's research lab Planning Metropolitan Landscapes at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB), have drawn up recommendations for urban planning. One of their recommendations is to use scientific expertise and to focus on narratives that emphasize the importance of urban green spaces for human well-being. They argue that this is a way to gain momentum for ideas and action. The researchers published their findings in the journal Urban Forestry & Urban Greening on 26 April 2022.

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3 May 2022 @ 1:20 pm

At The Conversation, we don’t tell you what to think. We just give you things to think about.

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Free online event: what we've learned two years into COVID, and how to deal with the fallout

21 March 2022 @ 1:05 pm

On March 24, government leaders, academics and scientists are gathering to discuss a better future for all.

What next for Ukraine, Russia and the world? Ask the experts in an online event from The Conversation

3 March 2022 @ 1:16 pm

Join us on Monday, March 14 from 5pm-6pm GMT. Featuring four leading academics with specialist knowledge of different aspects of the crisis.

Sir Paul Curran award for academic communication 2021 goes to Caitjan Gainty

20 January 2022 @ 3:12 pm

‘One of the greatest honours of my career thus far.’

Social care reform: free online event on what isn't working and how to fix it

19 November 2021 @ 12:55 pm

Social care has long been the healthcare system’s poor cousin. Will the UK government’s new plans to reform the system succeed where others have not?

After Glasgow: join climate change experts as they react to COP26 – and discuss what needs to happen next

15 November 2021 @ 10:33 am

Watch a panel discussion on Thursday 18 November as climate change experts react to COP26.

Event: How should we address the unequal impacts of COVID-19 on UK society?

9 June 2021 @ 7:25 am

Join a major event aimed at addressing the pandemic’s social impacts.

The Ocean Decade: how the next ten years can chart a new course for the blue planet

27 May 2021 @ 7:51 pm

Join us for a free online discussion about the history and future of the world’s oceans.

The truth about racial inequalities and COVID-19 - and what should be done to address the long-term impacts

21 April 2021 @ 8:20 am

Join us for a lively discussion on May 4 into the impact of race inequalities during COVID.

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Eos is a source for news and perspectives about Earth and space science, including coverage of new research, analyses of science policy, and scientist-authored descriptions of their ongoing research and commentary on issues affecting the science community.

Mesurer les oscillations d’un lac de lave depuis l’espace

19 May 2022 @ 1:01 pm

Niveau du lac du Nyiragongo au cours du temps.Les images satellite permettent de mesurer les oscillations du lac de lave du Nyiragongo (RD Congo). Ces mesures renseignent sur la dynamique du volcan et aident à anticiper ses éruptions futures.

Tracking Lava Lake Levels at an African Volcano from Space

19 May 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Lava lake activity over time at the Nyiragongo volcano.Satellite data from Nyiragongo Volcano, Democratic Republic of Congo, track changes in summit-crater lava levels that provide a window into eruption dynamics and aid in forecasting future activity.

Microbes Might Munch Magnetic Minerals at Oil Spill Site

19 May 2022 @ 11:52 am

Installation of new pipeline through the Bemidji oil spill site in MinnesotaNew experiments at an old oil spill site in Minnesota suggest that nonbiological processes alone may not account for decreased magnetization.

Unlocking Ultra-High-Resolution Paleothermometry from Sediments

18 May 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Charts comparing observed sea-surface temperature with high-resolution reconstructions.Mass spectrometric imaging techniques used to extract micron-scale organic paleothermometry signatures from Arabian Sea sediments show that they skillfully reflect observations.

Groundwater Flow May Contribute to Submarine Permafrost Thaw

18 May 2022 @ 12:21 pm

Autonomous underwater vehicle being loaded onto a shipNew, detailed surveys from the Beaufort Sea reveal a seafloor depression the size of a city block associated with permafrost thaw and likely influenced by the movement of groundwater below.

Mediciones pareadas de gases: ¿un nuevo trazador biogeoquímico?

18 May 2022 @ 12:19 pm

Árboles con hojas verdes y otoñales en el bosque de Odem. Debajo de los árboles hay pasto ver cubierto parcialmente por hojas caídas ocre.Una técnica que mide la relación entre el dióxido de carbono producido y el oxígeno consumido podría mejorar las predicciones de la respuesta del suelo al cambio climático.

Amateur Radio Observations Help Monitor Space Weather

17 May 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Figure 2 from the paper, showing a time series graph of amateur radio observations over the Continental United States and four maps showing data at selected universal times.Amateur radio observations provide a new method for studying large-scale ionospheric disturbances and HF communication impacts, and are important applications in ionospheric space weather monitoring.

Playing It Safe in Field Science

17 May 2022 @ 12:11 pm

The article author, carrying a pack and equipment on her back, hikes across a rocky expanse with mountains and low-lying clouds in the background.Researchers face many risks when working in the field. Documenting past and future accidents and safety incidents can help identify patterns and practices to keep scientists out of harm’s way.

A Probabilistic Model for Classifying Temporary Rivers

17 May 2022 @ 12:09 pm

The Valfredda River in the Italian Dolomites, pictured at three different dates, changes configuration in response to precipitation and dry cycles in the landscape.The model relies on measurable broad-scale attributes, increasing its flexibility for use in diverse environments.

Pushing the Limits of IR Spectra: Using Nano-FTIR on Meteorites

16 May 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Image of the meteorite Allen Hills 83100 illustrating spectral differencesA new method, nano-FTIR, is used to examine microstructures and processes on grains, displaying its benefit for examining asteroid returned samples through a meteorite.