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1 Feedburner Blogs Livestock Infected with Worms Belch and Fart 33% More Methane
It's estimated that 40% of greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture, and a substantial portion of that is directly 'emitted' by livestock. And just last year, climate scientists reported that we've actually been underestimating the extent to which the combined belches and flatulence of farmed animals contributes to climate change by 11%. Unsurprisingly, there's been renewed interest in reducing those emissions, especially considering the demand for livestock is only growing. Now, scien
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2 Feedburner Blogs Is the K?lauea Eruption Winding Down?
It has been awhile since I updated on the lower East Rift Zone eruption on Hawaii's K?lauea. Well, it appears that the eruption is slowing down significantly. The fountaining at the Fissure 8 cone has stopped (see above) and the lava lake that formed there has gotten sluggish and sticky. Does this mean we're seeing the end of the eruption that has paved over so many homes and added to the Big Island? That is hard to say with any certainty at this point.There are still dribbles of lava ma
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3 Feedburner Blogs Physicists finally explain why your earphones are always tangled.
[Note from the authors of ?Seriously, Science??: After nine years with Discover, we've been informed that this will be our last month blogging on this platform. Despite being (usually) objective scientists, we have a sentimental streak, and we have spent the last few days reminiscing about the crazy, and often funny, science we have highlighted. Therefore, we have assembled a month-long feast of our favorite science papers. Enjoy!]There are few day-to-day events that send me into a rage
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4 Feedburner Blogs Abnormal Heat For Next Four Years, New Model Predicts
From California to Switzerland and south to Australia, a global rash of heat waves have scorched our planet in recent weeks, exacerbating drought and wildfires. So, you may want to pour yourself a cold glass of water before you read this.New long term forecasts suggest the next four years will be unusually warm with higher chances of extreme temps, according to research published Tuesday in Nature Communications.The study, authored by a pair of European climate scientists, uses sta
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5 Space Calendar 2018: Launches, Sky Events & More
Here's a guide to the major astronomical events of the next year, as well as space launches and milestones for spacecrafts already in travel.
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6 Image of the Day
While skywatchers in parts of the world watched the moon take a bite out of the sun during a partial solar eclipse on Saturday (Aug. 11), a European satellite got to witness the eclipse twice.
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7 Russia's New Cosmonauts Include Brother of ISS Crew Member
Russia has announced a new class of cosmonaut trainees, including the younger brother of a crew member now on board the International Space Station.
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8 Perseid Meteor Show Wows Skywatchers with Celestial Fireworks (Photos)
Brilliant displays of Perseid meteors lit up the heavens this past weekend as the annual Perseid meteor shower reached its peak.
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9 Parker Solar Probe: Mission to Touch the Sun
The Parker Solar Probe will orbit the sun and swoop into the outermost part of the solar atmosphere to study the star up close and personal.
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10 NASA's Parker Solar Probe Is Headed to the Sun. So, What's Next?
After decades of dreaming and years of construction, NASA's Parker Solar Probe is safely on its way to flying seven times closer to the sun than any mission has before.
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11 Perseid Meteor Shower 2018: When, Where & How to See It
The Perseid meteor shower will burst into light this August as Earth passes through the long trail left by Comet Swift-Tuttle. This month, though, the moon may interfere with the show. Here's how and when to see the Perseids.
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12 Gravity Assist Podcast: Exoplanet Hunting with Jon Jenkins
NASA's Chief Scientist, Dr Jim Green, speaks to Kepler scientist Jon Jenkins about hunting exoplanets.
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13 This Strange Nebula Looks Inside Out and Born-Again
The nebula of a dying star has a "inside-out" appearance, scientists announced in a new study. And this may be the outcome that awaits our sun.
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14 In Photos: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at SpaceX's Crew Dragon Spaceship
SpaceX recently invited reporters to its headquarters to take a look at the new Crew Dragon capsule, which is scheduled to start flying astronauts to and from the space station next year. Here's what's Mike Wall saw.
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15 A Fireball and a Wall of Sound: What NASA's Epic Solar Probe Launch Felt Like
The launch of NASA's $1.5 billion Parker Solar Probe atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket was spectacular. Here's what it was like to see it in person.
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