December, 2017

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Ceres’ bright spots could be sign of geologic activity

Scientists say the bright spots on dwarf planet Ceres can be divided into four different categories While Ceres was thought to be a ‘dead world,’ they say the spots indicate it may still be evolving Since the first spots were detected in 2015, the Dawn spacecraft has spotted more thanRead More

Web Neutrality Protests Transfer Online, Nevertheless Big Tech Is Unusual –

Protests to conserve net neutralityrules or guidelines that guarantee equal access to the web, migrated online on Tuesday, together with countless online businesses submitting calls on their own websites for actions to prevent a vote later this week. Reddit, both Etsy and Kickstarter were one of the websites warning whichRead More

Climate change could cause wind power to FLIP hemispheres

 Predicts wind resources in the next century may decrease in Northerns regions  Set to sharply increase in several hotspot regions down south By Mark Prigg For Climate change will soon cause global wind power to flip hemispheres, researchers have claimed. The new study predicts wind resources in the next centuryRead More

Precious Gems Bear Messages By Earth’s Molten Heart –

About 1920, Justo Daza, a seasoned mine employee, also Fritz Klein, a mining engineer, who had been scrambling through the steep mountainside terraces of Chivor, also a mythical emerald website in northeast Colombia. They had been breaking stones apart with extended iron sticks and explosives packaged with drill holes. TheyRead More

Web Neutrality’s Holes in Europe May Give Peek at Future at U.S. –

Last week, Swedes acquired a tantalizing offer: When they subscribed to Sweden’s biggest telecom supplier, Telia Company A they might have unlimited access to their mobile telephones to Facebook, Spotify, Instagram along with other blockbuster programs. Swedish regulators attempted to put a halt to it. They contended that the agreementRead More

Sonic booms have been heard across Texas

The latest strange sonic ‘booms’ have been heard in Texas this week Fort Hood military base confirmed the sounds were from the military base The booms were part of exercises using artillery and mortar fire, officials claim Live-fire exercises and B-1 ‘Lancer’ bombers are believed to be responsible Other boomsRead More

We ‘Discover’ Some Quiet GIFs –

This week, at an unlikely turn of events, the noise of silence moved viral. An animated GIF showing an electric tower jumping rope above attractively bendy electricity lines started to disperse. The frenzy began once Lisa Debruine, a researcher in the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology in the University ofRead More

Parents who praise their children too easily are panned

Anthropologist David Lancy has warned praising too much wrecks development It can leave children only ‘patchily employed’ and reliant on their parents in 20s He said there is a worrying trend of ‘raising each child as special and unique’  By Sarah Harris for the Daily Mail Helicopter parents who put theirRead More

Tracking Dolphins With Algorithms You Might Find on Facebook –

Keeping an eye on dolphins is a slick, patchy procedure. To begin with, you have to secure time onto a boat or aircraft, that can be costly. Then, what you find is dependent upon uncontrollable factors such as weather, sea conditions and if the animals happen to be hanging outRead More

Southeast Asia’s Ride-Hailing War Is Being Waged on Motorbikes –

JAKARTA, Indonesia — On a recent afternoon driving his motorcycle for among Asia’s high-tech technology start-ups, Nasrun picked up and dropped four schoolchildren, an office employee, medication from a drugstore, a few dumplings with peanut sauce, and a couple records and an arrangement of Japanese meals, the final of thatRead More