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31 Feedburner Blogs Smoke from Siberian fires blows all the way to Canada ? and is seen by a satellite nearly a million miles from Earth
We've become accustomed to striking imagery of wildfires captured by earth-monitoring satellites, including weather satellites stationed about 26,000 miles from the surface.That may seem amazing enough (it always does to me). But check out the image above of a plume of wildfire smoke so big and thick that it was visible to a satellite nearly a million miles away.Make sure to click on the image so see a larger version, and then click again to enlarge it. You'll see a faint yet visible
Tuesday, 17 July 2018
32 Feedburner Blogs The Curious Case of Acrylamide: California's Prop. 65 Explained
Most of us think of coffee as a morning essential, not a cancer-causing hazard. So the nation got a jolt after a California judge made a final ruling in May that Starbucks and other coffee sellers must inform customers about carcinogenic chemicals in their brews.The ruling stemmed from a court case invoking Proposition 65, a state law that requires warnings if products or places contain certain types of hazardous chemicals. But the implications reach far beyond the Golden State. Californ
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33 Feedburner Blogs The heat goes on: NASA pegs last month in a tie for third warmest June in 138 years of modern record keeping
Although NOAA's just-released analysis differs somewhat, both show that June 2018 continued the long-term global warming trendLast month tied with June 1998 as the third warmest such month since 1880.Only June 2015 and 2016 were warmer, according to the monthly analysis released this week by NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies.Today, the National Oceanic and Administration issued its own, independent analysis, with somewhat different results: June 2018 was the fifth warmest,
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34 Feedburner Blogs The Robots That Teach Each Other
Two robots traverse the desert floor. Explosions from a decades-old conflict have left a pockmarked and unstable territory, though many more improvised bombs lie concealed in its vast reaches. Sunlight splays off the beaten edges of Optimus, the smaller robot. Its motors whir as its claw grasps an unusual orb lying by its side. If Optimus were programmed to hope, it would hope the object was just a rock and not another bomb. It couldn't afford to take many more hits, and its algorithms have
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35 Feedburner Blogs These Bread-makers Predate Farming
Agriculture is thought to have been developed 11,000 years ago in the Levant, where Iraq, Israel and Jordan are today. But in recent years, archaeologists have discovered sites in the region suggesting hunter-gatherers were making use of crops thousands of years earlier.In a paper published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team of researchers reveals that foragers in northeastern Jordan were baking bread from wild cereals more than 14 millennia ago. Charred
Monday, 16 July 2018
36 FeedBurner Technology This Device Makes You Invisible to Thermal Imaging
Harry Potter's invisibility cloak seemed to do a good job of hiding him for many adventures after curfew, but what if the professors patrolling Hogwarts had thermal imaging technology? Would Harry's cloak have obscured his body heat as well?If not, he might want to upgrade his magical cloak with some nanoscience. In a paper released today in the journal Nano Letters, materials scientist Coskun Kocabas and his team announce that they've created a thin, flexible device that can disguise t
Wednesday, 27 June 2018
37 FeedBurner Technology This Video Game Lets You Explore Mars' Actual Surface
Alan Chan grew up thinking humans would be living in space and exploring Mars by now. Unfortunately, that's not the case. Instead, he decided to explore space on his own by creating a video game that allows people to drive around the Red Planet's actual terrain in a souped-up rover.?Red Rover,? a new video game, recreates Mars' surface using satellite and terrain data from NASA's HiRISE Mars orbiter. The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) has a lens that's photographed M
Thursday, 21 June 2018
38 FeedBurner Technology US Program Aims to Open Airspace to More Drones
Many stories about drones are sensationalized. It's easy to use broad language that gives the impression that drones will soon be zooming over us delivering goods. That's not true.Now that I've beaten down your dreams, let me build you up just a little bit. A new program in the United States could actually lead to a life where drones drop medicine at your doorstep and are border patrol agents. Just not in the next year or two, or three, for that matter.The U.S. Department of Transpor
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
39 FeedBurner Technology Watch a Magnetic Material Skitter Around
We're around magnets so much, it's easy to forget they're kind of magic. Not only do magnets make for fun toys, they can attract or repel objects from a distance through an invisible force, they can create electricity (and vice versa) and they can make cool new tools and materials possible.A team of mechanical engineers from MIT and the New Jersey Institute of Technology has gone down that last path, publishing in Nature today a new method of producing soft, programmable materials. Their
Wednesday, 13 June 2018
40 Feedburner Blogs We've Been Putting A Potentially Dangerous, Drug-resistant Yeast in Food for Centuries
You say to-MAY-to, I say to-MAH-to. You say po-TAY-to, I say po-TAH-to. You say Candida krusei, I say Pichia kudriavzevii  ? and that should make you a little nervous.OK, so that last bit needs explaining. C. krusei is a drug-resistant yeast species that's responsible for thousands of potentially fatal infections in the United States every year. P. kudriavzevii is a yeast species that's been widely used for centuries in the food industry and is playing a larger role in the production of
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