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21 Feedburner Blogs Geoengineering Won't Save Our Crops
If we broke it, then we can probably fix it, too. That's the logic behind geoengineering, the broadly-defined set of techniques proposed to artificially reverse climate change.The most popular method involves pumping the atmosphere full of sulfur aerosols, a compound that would reflect more of the sun's incoming radiation, bouncing heat back into space and cooling down the planet.Too Good to Be TrueIt sounds seductive, but there are any number of reasons why we shouldn't do it, chief
Thursday, 09 August 2018
22 FeedBurner Technology Glimmering Skylines Could Double as Solar Farms With New Tech
How many windows are there in New York City?However you answer this classic interview day curveball, imagine if we devised a way to use each of those windows to convert the sun's rays into electricity. Whoa.William Rankine, a noted 19th century Scottish mechanical engineer, would call that an idea with a lot of potential.Power From GlassWhile we (most likely) will never turn every window in NYC into a solar cell, it won't be because we never tried. Case in point: Researchers fro
Thursday, 05 July 2018
23 Feedburner Blogs How Accessible is Psychology Data?
In a slightly depressing new paper, two researchers describe how they tried to get access to the data behind 111 of the most cited psychology and psychiatry papers published in the past decade. The researchers, Tom E. Hardwicke and John P. A. Ioannidis of Stanford, wanted to place the data into a 'Data Ark' to ensure its continued preservation for science. Unfortunately, in most cases, the data was not made available.The paper is called Populating the Data Ark and it's out now in PLoS ON
Tuesday, 07 August 2018
24 Feedburner Blogs How Does The Human Body Burn Fat?
A version of this article originally appeared on The Conversation.Many of us may be considering ?burning some fat? so we feel better in our bathing suits out on the beach or at the pool. What does that actually mean, though?The normal fat cell exists primarily to store energy. The body will expand the number of fat cells and the size of fat cells to accommodate excess energy from high-calorie foods. It will even go so far as to start depositing fat cells on our muscles, liver and oth
Tuesday, 24 July 2018
25 Feedburner Blogs How NASA Protects Its Solar Probe From Being Melted By The Sun
In ancient Greek mythology, Icarus' newly crafted wings made him exceedingly bold and confident. Overcome with ecstasy, he soared too close to the sun, melting his wings until he fell back to Earth. Are humans about to share a similar fate with the first probe to explore the sun, or will our ingenuity spare us?Over decades of spaceflight, we've sent probes to Mars, Saturn and even our beloved dwarf planet Pluto ? uncovering the mysteries of the planets of our solar system. Meanwhile, the
Friday, 10 August 2018
26 Feedburner Blogs How These Animals Stay Forever Young
Once we turn 30, our odds of dying doubles every eight years. The formula that churns out that grim statistic is known as the Gompertz?Makeham law, named after the pair of nineteenth-century actuaries who worked it out, and those odds have remained about the same even as modern medicine has advanced.Humans aren't the only ones whose mortality can be summed up by the equation. Although that key age will differ if you're a mosquito or a horse, nearly all animals see their likelihood of dea
Wednesday, 08 August 2018
27 Feedburner Blogs How to Build A Mountain Range
There's only one place on the planet where you can see flamingos roaming salt flats, vicuñas grazing in herds and condors soaring overhead, all as hot springs bubble beneath towering volcanoes. It's the Altiplano of South America ? a nearly 1,000-kilometer-long, otherworldly plateau that stretches from southern Peru through Bolivia and into Chile and Argentina.At an average 3,800 meters above sea level, the Altiplano is the high-altitude heart of the Andes Mountains. To the plateau's eas
Monday, 30 July 2018
28 FeedBurner Technology How to Turn Wetsuits Into 'Artificial Blubber'
Even with a wetsuit, a cold water dive can be a bone-chilling experience. In Arctic waters, divers typically last only an hour, and even that short time can lead to numb, painful extremities.But, by improving on a design already used in nature, researchers say that they've turned regular wetsuits into what they call ?artificial blubber,? greatly increasing their performance with just a simple treatment.Fighting the ChillsCurrently the only viable cold-water alternatives to wet suits
Wednesday, 20 June 2018
29 Feedburner Blogs How We Discovered the Black Hole at the Center of Our Galaxy
On Thursday, astronomers announced the first observations of the effect of a black hole's gravitational redshift ? light coming from a star in the gravitational field near a black hole looked redder than it would've outside the black hole's influence.The black hole responsible was Sagittarius A* (pronounced ?Sagittarius A-star?), the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. Astronomers think that most large galaxies like the Milky Way should have supermassive black
Thursday, 26 July 2018
30 Feedburner Blogs Images captured from orbit show disturbing views of smoke billowing from California's wildfires
When California's 2018 wildfire season is over ? if it actually ends ? it may well be remembered as the summer of the "new normal."That is, of course, the meme that has exploded across news and social media this summer as an extraordinary series of wildfires has scorched vast swaths of California.I'm not actually sure why the meme didn't take hold last year, which was both the deadliest and most destructive year for wildfires in the state's history, with at least 41 people killed and
Wednesday, 08 August 2018
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