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51 Feedburner Blogs SNAPSHOT: Enemy Anemones Square Off For Science
These colorful looking koosh balls are sea anemones, a predatory sea creature related to coral and jellyfish. Scientists at the University of Plymouth are conducting a long-term investigation into the behavior of sea anemones, and what looks like a muppet battle is actually an experiment in action.The group has discovered that environmental changes like different flow regimes and decreased oxygen levels often lead to conflict beneath the waves. Understanding just how these changes affect
Wednesday, 07 November 2018
52 FeedBurner Technology SNAPSHOT: 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 a
Thursday, 27 September 2018
53 Feedburner Blogs SNAPSHOT: Researchers Put a Bat in a Wind Tunnel to Study its Flight
This little bat is chasing snacks for science. And in the process, he's teaching us more about aerodynamics. This guy is one of two brown long-eared bats (P. auritus) trained to fly in a wind tunnel by scientists at Sweden's Lund University.It turns out there's still a lot we don't know about bat flight, particularly when it comes to turning in midair. To investigate this, the research team created a unique experimental setup combining a wind tunnel, high speed cameras, and a mealworm at
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54 Feedburner Blogs Some of Earth's Water Came From A Stream of Hydrogen Long Ago, Scientists Say
Forming an OceanWhen you look out at the ocean, it's difficult to imagine the swaying body of water being any other way. But, says a team of researchers, some of the H2O that covers much of our planet's surface was once something very different: A stream of hydrogen traveling through the galaxy. Only on Earth did this hydrogen mix with oxygen to create the watery world we know today.There are a number of theories surrounding the formation of Earth's global ocean. Comets, which hold a lot
Saturday, 10 November 2018
55 Feedburner Blogs South America Was Settled More Than Once, New Study Says
When the Americas were first settled, sometime in the past 25,000 years, it happened from the top down. Eurasians made their way across the Beringian land bridge (or followed the coastline, what's known as the Kelp Highway hypothesis) from Siberia to Alaska and spread throughout their new territory.Once they were here, recent evidence has indicated that it didn't take very long, a few thousand years perhaps, for people to reach the tip of South America, though there's some disagreement a
Thursday, 08 November 2018
56 Feedburner Blogs Sticky Science: Evolution of Spiderwebs
It may seem silly to fear a little spider ? but the predator's appearances in horror movies make more sense when you consider the precision, skill and creativity it employs to target its prey. Spiders' venom-injecting fangs and the pointy claws tipping their segmented legs are menacing enough, but their innovative use of silk to ensnare victims may be the biggest reason to be grateful they are small.?They're absolute masters of using silk,? says Paul Selden, an arachnologist and paleonto
Tuesday, 06 November 2018
57 Feedburner Blogs Stunning satellite images and animations offer a sobering perspective on California's raging infernos
In all the many years that I've covered wildfire, I don't believe I've encountered anything like what we've seen with the Camp Fire blazing in California's northern Sierra Nevada mountains. What really shocked me was the speed with which this cataclysmic inferno progressed to become what appears to be the most destructive in state history.In a flash, an estimated 6,713 structures  were destroyed in the town of Paradise. "It's phenomenal how fast the fire spread," said Scott McLean, the d
Saturday, 10 November 2018
58 Feedburner Blogs The 19th-Century Antarctic Air Molecules That Could Change Climate Models
?Don't forget to write!?Friends and loved ones bid adieu to members of the latest research team to begin the long trek to Antarctica this weekend.The goal of this latest expedition, which is scheduled to return mid-February, is to see whether concentrations of an atmospheric molecule called hydroxyl, or OH, has changed over time since the industrial revolution. The answer will greatly affect climate models: OH is responsible for degrading molecules like methane, one of our most poten
Thursday, 08 November 2018
59 FeedBurner Technology The future is here: Artificial Intelligence meets Citizen Science
Put Artificial Intelligence to work for you in these five projects.Need a little help identifying that mysterious bug you found? Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help! AI is transforming how citizen science gets done: from IDing species to crunching through massive amounts of data.Still?AI is only part of the solution. Your help is needed to advance scientific research. Let's get started with our editors' picks of the week!Cheers!The SciStarter TeamiNaturalistShar
Monday, 24 September 2018
60 Feedburner Blogs The Ongoing Debate Over Neanderthal Language
Did Neanderthals have language? Before trying to answer that, I should admit my bias: I'm team Neanderthal. As an anthropologist who studies our evolutionary cousins, I've seen plenty of evidence suggesting Neanderthals were competent, complex, social creatures. In light of their apparent cognitive abilities, I'm inclined to believe they had language.But I can't prove it, and no one else can, either. To date, there's no evidence that Neanderthals developed writing, so language, if it exi
Tuesday, 06 November 2018
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