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41 FeedBurner Technology New Tech to Predict When Food Spoils Could Slash Waste
In August 2011, a can of Great Value peas joined the nonperishables in my pantry, one of several panic purchases as Hurricane Irene barreled toward my home on the northeast US coast. But the emergency passed, and the can, with its unassuming blue-on-white outline font, remains on my shelf seven years later.Its continued presence raises a dilemma in the form of a clearly legible stamp: ?BEST BY 12/31/14.? Should I toss it? Can canned peas go bad? How would I know if they had?Such
Tuesday, 23 October 2018
42 Feedburner Blogs Newfound, Tiny Sun is Among the Oldest Stars in the Universe
One of the oldest stars in the universe is quietly hiding out in the Milky Way some 2,000 light-years from Earth.According to a new study published in The Astrophysical Journal, the tiny, 13.5-billion-year-old red dwarf contains barely any heavy elements at all, suggesting it formed out of a nearly pristine cloud of material leftover from shortly after the Big Bang. Furthermore, because the small star is just one-seventh the mass of the sun and is made of primordial matter, it's making
Thursday, 08 November 2018
43 Feedburner Blogs Not Just the Flu: Chickenpox, Measles and Polio Are Also Seasonal
(Inside Science) ? During the height of the polio epidemic in the U.S. in the 1940s and '50s, parents often kept their children away from swimming pools, concerned that the disease, which peaked in the summer, was frequently spread through the water. But this fear couldn't account for the summertime outbreaks around the world where public pools were not as common.Then in 2001, Scott Dowell, a researcher from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, published a paper hypothesizing
Monday, 12 November 2018
44 Feedburner Blogs Oldest Figurative Cave Painting in Borneo Challenge Eurocentric Views of Art Origins
The oldest known figurative cave art painting in the world may be a 40,000-year-old rendering of a species of wild cattle found in a Borneo cave by a group of Griffith University researchers.It is considerably older than a 35,400-year-old pig-deer painting discoveredáby theásame team a few years ago in a cave located on Sulawesi, another island in Indonesia.These recent Indonesian cave art discoveries are significant because they essentially rewrite the history of art and human cultu
Thursday, 08 November 2018
45 Feedburner Blogs Orangutans Delay Their Calls ? It's A Sign They're Smarter Than We Thought
It's easy enough to spot similarities between orangutans and humans ? the ?man of the forest? can certainly act human, and they share our big brains, social structures and even opposable thumbs. It shouldn't be too surprising, since we also share about 97 percent of our DNA with the great apes.But a new finding, published today in Science Advances, suggests we may have even more in common than that, as orangutans showed the capacity for a form of abstract communication we'd never seen be
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46 FeedBurner Technology Physicists Create Strongest Ever Controllable Magnetic Field
In a magnetic milestone to make Nikola Tesla proud, scientists have created the strongest controllable magnetic field ever produced.Energy crackled and sparks flew back when physicists from the Institute for Solid State Physics at the University of Tokyo powered up their 400 million amp megagauss generator system. That's hundreds of times the current of an average lightning bolt.The device was created by University of Tokyo physicist Shojiro Takeyama and his team. And it generated
Thursday, 27 September 2018
47 Feedburner Blogs Powerful Solar Storm Likely Detonated Sea Mines During Vietnam War
On Aug. 4, 1972, the crew of a U.S. Task Force 77 aircraft flying near a naval minefield in the waters off Hon La observed 20 to 25 explosions over about 30 seconds. They also witnessed an additional 25 to 30 mud spots in the waters nearby.Destructor sea mines had been deployed here during Operation Pocket Money, a mining campaign launched in 1972 against principal North Vietnamese ports.There was no obvious reason why the mines should have detonated. But it has now emerged the U.S.
Friday, 09 November 2018
48 Feedburner Blogs Practical Halloween Decorations: How Superstitious Europeans Scared Away Witches
Looking for authentic Halloween decorations this year? I've done some research and have three historically-accurate recommendations: You could cut up an old boot, mummify a cat or fill a bottle with nails and urine.They're no pumpkins, but the goal of these sometimes macabre items was less about bringing the spook than keeping it away. These are items used historically to ward off witches and malevolent forces. From the 1500s onward, Europeans and later Americans concealed such objects u
Monday, 29 October 2018
49 Feedburner Blogs Scientists Clash with Corporations in a Battle for the Soul of Mars
Mars the planet is a unique world: a little like Earth, a little like the Moon, but entirely a world unto itself. Mars the television show is similarly one of a kind, an unusual amalgam of scripted science fiction and serious science documentary. The fictional part of the story begins in 2033, when the spacecraft Daedalus lands on the Red Planet to establish the first human outpost there. But as so often happens in space exploration, things don't go exactly as planned...Season 1 of Mars
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50 FeedBurner Technology Shape Shifters
An obscure mathematical field might bring about a new era in technology.
Tuesday, 25 September 2018
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