February, 2017

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New ‘bubble chamber’ machine could detect dark matter

Machine could shed new light on interactions between dark and regular matter The new bubble chamber is 17 times more sensitive than recent predecessor Scientists hope it will reveal the presence of a particular dark matter type  By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com Scientists have created an ultra-sensitive machine that couldRead More

Before Vaquitas Disappear, a Quote to Save Lots Of Them –

SAN FELIPE, Mexico — Inside The superficial beach oceans of the Beach of Colorado swims a porpoise that several have observed, its figures shrinking so rapidly that its very living is currently in risk. Identified largely by its Spanish brand, the snubnosed vaquita could be the world’s smallest cetacean, aRead More

Enterprise Leaders to Broadcast Generation of the Research System-Based on Ethereum –

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA — Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase as well as other corporate leaders are joining forces to make a fresh sort of research system-based around the virtual-currency system Ethereum. Some 30 organizations are set-to broadcast on Thursday the synthesis of the Company Ethereum Coalition, that will develop a commonRead More

Nasa Curiosity rover reveals stormy conditions on Mars

Rover has been observing whirlwinds carrying dust, known as dust devils, inside Gale crater NASA engineers have been checking how far the wind moves grains of sand in a single day’s time By Mark Prigg For Dailymail.com Although Mars is widely regarded as a ‘dead’ planet, the latest images fromRead More

To Retain U.S. Careers, Processor Producers Discuss a Manufacturer and Green Expectations on Trump –

LEHI, Utah — Set in the root of the Wasatch Foothills below, the IM Thumb seed is really a paragon of National hightech production. Programs float over the threshold, transferring plastic wafers how big is meal dishes between hulking models that deposit and etch tiny sheets of content to createRead More

Global warming ‘speeding up’ nature in Arctic

Some plants in the low Arctic of Greenland are emerging sooner than usual These changes are associated with reduced sea ice cover in the Arctic  They’re causing ‘nature’s clock’ to speed up and are harming caribou reindeer  Plant growth is outpacing the caribou calving season and more are dying earlyRead More

Case Against Uber Shows the Dash to Beat Driverless Vehicles –

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA — Delayed this past year, Uber, in defiance of Colorado state specialists, went onward using a home-driving-car research around the avenues of San Francisco Bay Area beneath the authority of Anthony Levandowski, a fresh business government. The research quickly leaped into difficulties. In a single circumstance,Read More

Mayan ‘megajewel’ that once belonged to a king

Pendent discovered in Nim Li Punit is second largest Maya jade found in Belize It is carved in a T shape, which archaeologists say signifies ‘wind and breath’ Also found a vessel with a beaked face thought to depict a Maya god of wind By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com ArchaeologistsRead More

Tired teens 5 times more likely to commit crimes

Teenagers who report sleepiness are more likely to exhibit anti-social behavior These same teens are five times more likely to commit violent crimes as adults Low socioeconomic status also played a factor in those committing crimes  Experts say sleepiness creates poor attention – ‘a proxy for poor brain function’ ByRead More

7 Earth-Size Planets Orbit Dwarf Star, NASA and European Astronomers Say –

Not just one, but seven Earth-size planets that could potentially harbor life have been identified orbiting a tiny star not too far away, offering the first realistic opportunity to search for signs of alien life outside the solar system. The planets orbit a dwarf star named Trappist-1, about 40 light-years,Read More