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11 Feedburner Blogs Bees Understand Zero, Zip, Nada
We like to think, as humans, that our big brains separate us from the animals. Sure, we're basically mobile meat just like them, but we can think. But the more we've learned about the other species out there, the more brainpower we've detected too.Not only can some animals be trained and do tricks, but a few can communicate and even do simple math. An elite club can even understand the concept of zero, embodied nothingness: various primates, the African grey parrot, and even preschool ki
Friday, 08 June 2018
12 FeedBurner Technology Bitcoin Will Soon Use More Energy Than Austria
By now, we're all tired of hearing about the virtual currency turned investment craze known as Bitcoin. Created in response to the 2008 financial crisis, anarcho-capitalists hailed it as the decentralized future of commerce.But as prices soared and the biggest names on Wall Street bought in, Bitcoin became mostly known as a speculative, unregulated investment. Think Beanie Babies, but you can also use them to buy drugs and engage in human trafficking.Perhaps the most remarkable Bitco
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
13 FeedBurner Technology Boycott Threat Terminated 'Killer Robot' Project
Notable tech leaders and scientists have signed open letter petitions calling for a ban on lethal autonomous weapons powered by artificial intelligence technologies. But a group of AI researchers recently went a step farther by using the threat of boycott to discourage a university from developing so-called killer robot technologies.It all began in late February when a Korea Times article reported on a leading South Korean defense company teaming up with a public research university to d
Sunday, 06 May 2018
14 Feedburner Blogs Carbon dioxide at highest level ever directly measured
Rather than declining, CO2 levels in the atmosphere are rising thanks to continuing growth in emissions of the climate-altering gasThe Paris Agreement was intended to turn the world onto a new path, one that would limit the risks and impacts from climate change through lowered emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.But according to the latest indication, we're still on the old path.In May, CO2 levels in the atmosphere exceeded 411 parts per million, as measured
Friday, 08 June 2018
15 Feedburner Blogs Cloud porn: Watch as a swirl of clouds materializes into a beautiful, nearly perfect circle
A striking circle of clouds with a bullseye center is seen over Asia in a high-resolution satellite image, and an animation of multiple imagesWe're accustomed to seeing satellite images of clouds organized in big swirly circles. They are, of course, called cyclones.And, in fact, as I'm writing this post, one of these ? Subtropical Depression Alberto ? is looking quite impressive in all its swirly glory as it spins over Alabama.But until I spotted the satellite image above in a stor
Tuesday, 29 May 2018
16 FeedBurner Technology College AI Courses Get an Ethics Makeover
Years after it became a running gag on HBO's show "Silicon Valley," the idea of companies automatically "making the world a better place" through profit-driven technological development has lost much of its shine. The next generation of computer engineers and tech entrepreneurs may benefit from a more socially conscious education that combines training in artificial intelligence with teachings on societal issues and ethics.A growing number of universities such as Harvard and Stanford hav
Friday, 27 April 2018
17 Feedburner Blogs Dating Do-Over For Anzick-1, Famous First Americans Burial
He is arguably the most famous ancient American baby: an infant First American whose partial remains were found 50 years ago on a Montana ranch. But while Anzick-1, as the child is known, changed our understanding of the human history of the Americas, critics have complained the dates around the burial are messy, and throw the significance of the site into question.Today, researchers announce the results of a second look at the dating discrepancy that's caused controversy over the famous
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18 Feedburner Blogs Dazzling satellite video reveals lightning dancing inside a mega-complex of thunderstorms
As a giant complex of thunderstorms blew across Iowa and into Illinois and Missouri on June 14, the GOES-16 weather satellite was watching ? and mapping the crackling lightning discharges.The result is the video above, originally posted to the terrific GOES-16 Loop of the Day site. I found it so compelling that I wanted to share it here at ImaGeo.You're looking at a "mesoscale convective system" ? a group of thunderstorms that organize into a large complex. And this MCS is indeed ver
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19 Feedburner Blogs Debunking the Biggest Myths About 'Technology Addiction'
How concerned should people be about the psychological effects of screen time? Balancing technology use with other aspects of daily life seems reasonable, but there is a lot of conflicting advice about where that balance should be. Much of the discussion is framed around fighting ?addiction? to technology. But to me, that resembles a moral panic, giving voice to scary claims based on weak data.For example, in April 2018, television journalist Katie Couric's ?America Inside Out? program f
Wednesday, 23 May 2018
20 Feedburner Blogs Dirt Could Help Fight Superbugs
About 23,000 Americans die each year due to a bacterial infection resistant to antibiotics. Since 2010, the number of children who have become resistant has increased sevenfold.In recent years, the misuse and overuse of antibiotics led to the superbug phenomenon, in which bacteria that cause illness and disease become resistant to medicines. That makes it harder to treat conditions like pneumonia and food-related illnesses.Now, a group of researchers are looking for the next antibiot
Wednesday, 13 June 2018
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