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Plate tectonics, seafloor propagation and more!

In 1998, Marie Tharp was named one of the greatest cartographers of the 20th century on November 21 for her phenomenal work. She unlocked the mysteries of the ocean and is known for proving theories of continental drift. She is also known as the pioneer of plate tectonics. Find out …

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All about the 3 main layers of planet Earth

solar wind, a continuous stream of charged particles from the Sun’s upper atmosphere, carrying away lighter elements like hydrogen and helium. Simply put, the materials left behind after the sun formed began to clump together. Big bang conceptual image The heavy, rocky material left behind coalesced to form smaller terrestrial …

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The Moon has had volcanoes much more recently than we thought, new study finds: ScienceAlert

Fifty years ago, NASA and the Soviet space program conducted the first sample return missions since the moon. This included moon rocks brought back to Earth by the Apollo Astronauts and those obtained by robotic missions as part of the Soviet Luna program. Analysis of these rocks has revealed a …

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The Moon Has Had Volcanoes More Recently Than We Thought

Fifty years ago, NASA and the Soviet space program conducted the first sample-return missions from the Moon. This included moon rocks brought back to Earth by the Apollo Astronauts and those obtained by robotic missions as part of the Soviet Luna program. Analysis of these rocks has revealed a great …

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‘Revolutionary’ research on seismic mechanisms is published in Nature Communications for AerE’s Levitas

Anson Marston Emeritus Professor of Engineering and Head of Faculty Vance Coffman Valery Levitas Assumptions and theory regarding what happens in deep earthquakes were supported by Professor Emeritus Anson Marston of Aerospace Engineering and Faculty Director Vance Coffman Valery Levitasin his early work on geophysical problems. A recently published paper, …

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What is the Lithosphere? – World Atlas

Lithosphere refers to the hard, rocky outer layer of any terrestrial planet or natural satellite. On Earththe lithosphere is mainly composed of crust and the solid outer part of the stem coat. One of the major spheres of the Earth, the lithosphere is primarily the terrestrial component comprising solid landmasses …

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Aqua Farm, a new wind blower in the P2E game successfully completed the 2nd CBT

– Triller, the leading AI-powered creation platform, takes its creator-centric approach to the metaverse. Today, Triller announces its latest venture: Metaverz, an integrated virtual digital, technology, media and entertainment platform, the first of its kind. Inside the Metaverz, fans can catch a virtual concert featuring their favorite artists or walk …

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Ambikapur earthquake | Chhattisgarh: Earthquake shakes Ambikapur, magnitude was 4.8 on Richter scale, no loss of life or property WAALI News | Waali News

Ambikapur earthquake | Chhattisgarh: Earthquake shakes Ambikapur, magnitude was 4.8 on Richter scale, no loss of life or property Image: Social networks – Advertising – New Delhi/Ambikapur. According to major news from Chhattisgarh, earthquakes were felt in Ambikapur here around 5.28am today. At the same time, according to the National …

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Aristocrat Gaming Appoints Joe Kaminkow as Chief Innovation Officer

” The Office: We Manage One Way or Another offers players the chance to immerse themselves in iconic moments from the series and connect with their favorite characters like never before,” said Darcy Taylor , CEO of ESGG. “Fans of Office absolutely feel the nostalgia through this new game.” ” …

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New Terra Classic Rug (LUNC) Pulls In Town

In recent days, the new Terra Network channel, Terra Classic (LUNC), has been making headlines and one of the reasons is the Terra Classic Revival roadmap from the Terra Rebels developer group. This is the group of developers who worked for the success of the 1.2% tax cut proposal. On …

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LUNC Dev: Terra Classic now in the burning and rebuilding phase for total independence

It is no longer news that the Terra Classic community has stepped up its efforts to initiate a comeback for the LUNC token which suffered a huge setback in May. With the various initiatives deployed by the community-powered Terra Classic development team, interest in the struggling crypto project seems to …

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Reduced late bombardment on rocky exoplanets around M dwarfs

Press release astro-ph.EP September 28, 2022 Illustration of the planet formation scenario incorporated into the N-body and long-term planetesimal bombardment simulations, described in more detail in Clement et al. (2022a). Varying initial conditions related to the water content of embryos and planetesimals in the three regions simulate different physical scenarios …

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Science Moab: Ancient Oceans, Petroleum, and Orogeny

More than 65 million years ago, a sea route crossed North America from what is now the Gulf of Mexico to what is now Alaska. Peter Flaig is a research scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology in Austin, Texas, and has studied the geology of this seaway by examining …

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Engaged Humanities Network awards grants to faculty and students for their collaborations with the Syracuse community

Patrick W. Berry With over 2 million people incarcerated and incarcerated, the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. Even after release from prison, formerly incarcerated people face many obstacles when reintegrating into society, which can often lead to a relapse into criminal behavior, says Patrick W. …

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Music, art and scavenger hunt presented at the NAC and Museum of Nature festival

The SPHERE Festival will take place September 22-25 and will include trivia, storytelling, unique exhibits and the chance to chat with scientists on topics ranging from fossil clues to climate change to fish ear bones. An upcoming festival highlights how humans can listen to the Earth as we navigate the …

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KaJ Labs, a Seattle-based startup, is offering to fund the legal defense of Tornado Cash developer Alexey Pertsev

Seattle, Washington – (Newsfile Corp. – September 19, 2022) – KaJ Laboratories is a strong believer in cryptocurrency, fairness and justice. To that end, the creators and builders of Lithosphere have expressed their willingness to support the legal defense fund of Tornado Cash developer Alexey Pertsev. The announcement came after …

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Strato Review Southbank Review 2022

Address 202 Normanby Road South Shore, CIV 3006 See the map Opening hours Dinner Wed-Sun Features Views, Accepts Reservations, License, Bar Prices Expensive (mains over $40) Strato is a restaurant straight out of Cast Central. You know the deal: everything is black and shiny, the benches are in velvet, the …

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Lithosphere (LITHO) Developer Makes $1.2 Billion Bid to Acquire Majority Stake in Huobi Global Cryptocurrency Exchange

Seattle, Washington–(Newsfile Corp. – September 6, 2022) – KaJ Laboratoriesleading blockchain developer Lithosphere, has announced its offer to acquire a 60% majority stake in crypto exchange Huobi Global Limited. If accepted, KaJ Labs is ready to proceed quickly with the acquisition. KaJ Labs will have exclusive negotiating rights and will …

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No tsunami threat on the east coast after a very strong 6.9 magnitude quake on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge

There is no tsunami advisory in effect at this time as a result of this earthquake. A strong 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit the Mid-Atlantic Ridge today; fortunately, the earthquake did not generate an Atlantic-wide tsunami and there is no threat of a tsunami on the east coast of the United …

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Mark McGowan must stand up to his future promise to protect forests

After half a century of continuous community efforts to protect Western Australia’s forests, an end-of-logging announcement by the state government has left conservation activists hopeful but wary, writes Gerry Georgatos. WE DEPEND on forests for our survival, especially in terms of the quality of the air we breathe. According to …

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Lithosphere (LITHO) GameFi Project Jot Art raises $55

Seattle, Washington, Sept. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — KaJ Labs has announced that it will award $35 million in grants to the Jot Art (JOT) Metaverse project. The Jot Art team, led by project supervisor Raj Kumar, raised an additional $20 million from Psalms Capital and ACP. Jot Art is …

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Lithosphere (LITHO) Founder Joel Kasr Proposes Burning Half Litho Supply, Lithosphere Roadmap Updated

SEATTLE, August 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Joel Kasr, KaJ Laboratories founder and creator, proposed to burn/reduce Litho’s maximum supply to 500 million from 1 billion once mainnet goes live in 2023. Proposal is part of Litho’s updated roadmap for sustainability continuous and long-term network. Lithosphere The proposal aims to decentralize …

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Resonant signals in the lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling

Pulinets, S. & Ouzounov, D. Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling (LAIC) Model – A Unified Concept for the Validation of Seismic Precursors. J. Asian Earth Sci. 41371–382. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jseaes.2010.03.005 (2011). ADS Article Google Scholar Ouzunov, D. et al. Atmosphere-ionosphere response to the M9 Tohoku earthquake revealed by multi-instrument space and ground observations: preliminary results. …

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Life Cycle Impact Assessment and Life Cycle Cost Assessment for Centralized and Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Plants in Thailand

Figure 1 shows the overall research framework and methodology for the four sludge treatment scenarios and the four treatment plant construction options. Figure 1 The overall research framework and methodology for (A.) four sludge treatment scenarios and (B.) four treatment plant construction options. System boundary and assumptions The boundary of …

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Hear examples of global phenomena that occur frequently here!

Examples of global phenomena would certainly be directly related to elements of the natural world. The geosphere is a layer that includes all the physical and non-physical components of the Earth. There are elements of the earth’s atmosphere, namely the lithosphere, the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the biosphere and also the …

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What created the continents? New evidence points to giant asteroids

Earth is the only planet we know with continentsthe giant landmasses that are home to humanity and most Terrestrial biomass. However, we still don’t have definitive answers to some fundamental questions about continents: how did they arise and why did they form where they formed? One theory is that they …

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Mark Cuban Reveals Small Cap Altcoin Portfolio

Shark Tank Billionaire Investor Marc Cuban revealed that he was optimistic about tracking small-cap crypto tokens. What happened: In an August 7 interview with Daily AltcoinCuban introduced the low-cap altcoins on his radar and why he holds them. The first Cuban named coin was KlimaDAO KLIMA/EUR — a decentralized autonomous …

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Earthquake rocks Nepal’s Bagmati province

Earthquakes were again felt in Nepal at 5.26am today. Its intensity was measured at 5.3 on the Richter scale. According to the National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Center, the epicenter of the earthquake was near Belkotgadi in Nuwakot district of Nepal. At this time there is no news of loss …

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Understanding the System Change Required – The Island

by Ranil Senanayake We need a new paradigm towards a permanent truce with nature, in tune with its rhythm and in sync with its rhythm. –– Ray Wijewardene, Sri Lanka is “the canary in the coal mine” of fossil fuel-fueled economic growth that promises “development”. The pain of addiction withdrawal …

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Discovery of the 2nd largest pink diamond in the world. What gives diamonds their color?

Usually, when goods are faulty, we expect their value to drop, but the exact opposite is true for diamonds. Ironically, it’s imperfections that give diamonds color – and these “fancy” diamonds are some of the most sought after in the world. Diamonds are made up of carbon atoms organized into …

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the discovery of the second largest pink diamond left the whole world in awe. What gives diamonds their color?

Usually, when goods are faulty, we expect their value to drop, but the exact opposite is true for diamonds. Ironically, it’s imperfections that give diamonds color – and these “fancy” diamonds are some of the most sought after in the world. Diamonds are made up of carbon atoms organized into …

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‘Ring of Fire’: Why 100 Great Earthquakes Happen Every Year

People everywhere are fascinated by the shaking of the ground. What is even more fascinating is that earthquakes are commonplace. Here’s an interesting fact: About 20,000 earthquakes occur worldwide each year, or about 55 per day, according to the National Center for Earthquake Information, which operates under the United States …

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Lithosphere (LITHO) Launches $145M Developer Grant Program and Pledges to Support Ripple (XRP) in SEC Legal Defense

Seattle, Wash. – (Newsfile Corp. – July 26, 2022) – Lithosphere has announced that it will launch a $145 million grant and incubation program for developers. Lithosphere’s core team, KaJ Labs, will dedicate $100 million to fund and incubate Lithosphere’s infrastructure projects and dApps. The remaining $45 million will be …

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The earth’s crust is dripping “like honey” in the interior under the Andes

Earth’s crust is dripping “like honey” into our planet’s warm interior beneath the Andes mountains, scientists have found. By setting up a simple experiment in a sandbox and comparing the results to real geological data, the researchers found compelling evidence that Earth the crust was “avalanched” for hundreds of kilometers …

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KaJ Labs cancels $250 million letter of intent to acquire assets of Voyager Digital

Seattle, Washington – (Newsfile Corp. – July 21, 2022) – Developer Lithosphere, KaJ Laboratories, announced today that it has rescinded its Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire the digital assets of Voyager Digital Holdings. Lithosphere cited disagreements regarding the structure of the agreement and the process for closing the decision. …

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CSIR-NGRI Scientist Receives National Geoscience Award

The Union Ministry of Mines has awarded the prestigious National Geoscience Award-2019 to Anand P. Singh The Union Ministry of Mines has awarded the prestigious National Geoscience Award-2019 to Anand P. Singh The Union Ministry of Mines has awarded the prestigious National Geoscience Award-2019 to Anand P. Singh, Distinguished Scientist, …

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Post-Roe tectonic shifts: Abortion could go to Supreme Court

Throughout its history, the Supreme Court has overturned longstanding precedents, as it did recently in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Such changes are like the shifting of tectonic plates, triggering earthquakes and volcanic eruptions in the legal lithosphere. In law, adjustment can take years as collateral doctrines and applications …

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Is it possible to bring back extinct animal species?

Is it possible to bring back extinct animal species? View a higher resolution version of this infographic. Humanity has been tinkering with natural life for thousands of years. We have also become remarkably good at this. To date, we’ve engineered bacteria to produce drugs, created cultures with built-in pesticides, and …

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Earthquake Seismologist Launches International Ocean Plate Study – The NAU Review

Most of the major natural hazards associated with geological activity, including major earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis, occur when the rigid tectonic plates of the lithosphere or outer layer of the planet collide. Beneath the plates is the asthenosphere, a 200-mile-thick layer of Earth’s upper mantle made of very hot …

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Earthquake seismologist launches internationala | Eurek alert!

image: Gaherty and his team, including graduate students, will participate in two research expeditions to the Pacific Ocean over the next four years to study the region’s tectonic and geodynamic processes that control faulting, magmatism, deformation surfaces and their associated human impacts. see After Credit: Northern Arizona University Most of …

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What’s Really Under the Moon’s Surface, According to NASA

The jury is still out on exactly how the Moon formed. The prevailing theory is that a ‘Mars-sized protoplanet’ crashed into teenage Earth and the resulting debris collapsed to form the Moon. Chemical analysis shows that its composition is relatively close to Earth. However, scientists have discovered that rocks in …

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Climate evolution in the southeastern Indian Ocean d

image: Site location and geological setting off the southwest coast of Australia. The red dots are the locations of Site U1516 since the Miocene which is their research site. see After Credit: ©Science China Press The Miocene, 23 to 5 million years ago, was an important period for the formation …

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January Jones in swimsuit is all “heart” — Celebwell

January Jones in a swimsuit is all “heart” this weekend, sharing an image of herself in a swimsuit with a heart emoji. The Mad Men The star drew a number of comments, from “Wow” to “Wooow” to “Happy 4th, Queen” to “There’s the summer backyard beauty we’ve been waiting for.” …

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Unizen smart exchange ‘CeDeFi’ secures $200M investment from GEM

The alternative investment group is betting on the “CeDeFi exchange” to shape the “future of finance” with a commitment that will strengthen the Unizen ecosystem. Cryptocurrency exchange Unizen has secured a $200 million investment from private equity group Global Emerging Markets (GEM), which it will use to grow its business …

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Geoscientists will study the structure and properties of the Antarctic lithosphere – The Source

Emperor penguins on the East Antarctic sea ice (Image: Shutterstock) Walid Ben Mansourpostdoctoral research associate in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences in Arts and Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, received a $191,601 grant from the national science foundation determine …

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The Himalayan Tragedy: Why are Afghanistan, Pakistan and Northern India facing so many devastating earthquakes? | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

Representative picture (Piyal Bhattacharjee/TOI, Delhi, BCCL) Another catastrophic earthquake ripped through Afghanistan in the early hours of Wednesday, claiming nearly 1,000 lives and injuring scores more. The earthquake measured 6.1 magnitude on the Richter scale and the epicenter was at a depth of 10 km. The quake destroyed tons and …

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Assessing the environmental impact of nuclear

image: Environmental Impact Assessment of Nuclear Power Generation see After Credit: Ritsumeikan University In an ever-changing world, rapid population growth combined with urbanization and industrialization are driving ever-increasing energy demand. The challenge today is to meet these energy needs while controlling global warming, a condition that fossil fuels do not …

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Early morning earthquake hits Georgia

A 3.9 magnitude earthquake shook the town of Stillmore in the US state of Georgia. According to the United States Geological Survey, tremors could also be felt in nearby Augusta, Macon and Brunswick after the 4 a.m. tremor. Moderate shaking was reported near the quake’s epicenter just east of the …

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Garden features Plants for making or dyeing clothes

Perhaps one of the most fascinating gardens at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show was ‘A Textile Garden for the Fashion Revolution’. Created by a horticulturist Lottie Delamain, this unique garden only had plants that could be used to make or dye clothes. At a time when most of our wardrobes …

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Extraction And Refining: Helium | Hackaday

With a seemingly endless list of commodity shortages roaming the newsfeeds daily, you’d be forgiven for not noticing one shortage in particular. But amid shortages of everything from eggs to fertilizer to sriracha sauce, there’s a growing awareness that we may be missing something so fundamental that it could have …

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IMD DG Mrutyunjay Mohapatra at CSIR-NIScPR

Climate change leads to an increase in the frequency of extreme weather events. While India’s forecasting and early warning system is excellent at predicting large-scale severe weather, small-scale weather events like thunderstorms and lightning pose a challenge. The Director General (DG) of Meteorology at Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Dr. Mrutyunjay …

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Engineers Conduct Experiment on How Fault Boundaries Can Lead to Major Earthquakes

Caltech engineers have provided substantial experimental evidence of a kind of seismic dispersion currently believed to be responsible for the magnitude 9.0 earthquake that destroyed the Japanese coast in 2011. Limits of faults leading to major earthquakes (Photo: CHRISTIAN MIRANDA/AFP via Getty Images) Fine-grained gravel occurs along fault lines …

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Telefnica SA: Space technology against climate change

A problem that affects all countries and all economies. As the UN warns of changing weather systems, sea levels and extreme weather events, the scientific community is developing space technology to combat climate change. During the first half of November 2021, the Conference of the Parties or COP26 under the …

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Santa Clarita student lands internship with NASA

A Santa Clarita High School student finished the 2022 school year ready to pursue discovery beyond Earth’s surface — with a coveted nationwide NASA summer internship. Katelyn Waugh, a student at Trinity Classical Academy in Santa Clarita, is one of 1,100 students who applied for the STEM Enhancement in Earth …

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New mapping technology to discover Earth’s resources

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public domain For years, scientists have tried to understand the structure of the Earth. One such scientist is University of Twente geophysicist Dr. Juan Carlos Afonso (ITC Faculty). He recently developed a new method for analyzing the Earth’s continental crust that lays the foundation for predicting geothermal energy …

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Tectonic link of the northeast edge of the Indian plate with the Assam earthquake of 1950: study

House ” General ” Environment ” Tectonic link of the northeast edge of the Indian plate with the Assam earthquake of 1950: study New Delhi, June 1 (SocialNews.XYZ) Indian plate subduction stops north of 27N latitude and indentation process is responsible for seismicity in region linked to 1950 Assam earthquake …

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The magma that made the Cyclades

When most people think of a Greek island, their mind wanders to the blue and white hillside houses of Santorini or the party paradise Mykonos. There are, of course, hundreds of other island destinations all over Greece, but the Cyclades have become the epitome of an idyllic Greek summer getaway. …

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KaJ Labs Announces First Distribution of Social and Racial Justice Funds and Allocates An Additional $40 Million (Lithograph) Over 10 Years to Nonprofit Groups in the United States

SEATTLE, May 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In 2020, KaJ Laboratories pledged $50 million over 10 years to nonprofits that support racial and social justice. On the second anniversary of this pledge, KaJ Labs announced that the organization will distribute a portion of its 2020 campaign funds Social and Racial Equality …

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Biggest Marsquake on record could be InSight’s swansong

On May 4, three and a half years into its mission, NASA’s InSight lander recorded the largest “earthquake” ever detected. The magnitude 5.0 quake was nearly 10 times stronger than the Red Planet’s previous record-breaking quake, hitting the upper limits of what NASA geologists had dreamed of finding on Mars. …

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Researchers find ideal spot for gold discovery

A team of researchers led by Geoscience Australia has made it easier for explorers to find gold, by uncovering previously unknown patterns in global geology that can be used to explore for gold deposits. In results published this week in the journal Nature Scientific Reports, researchers from the Exploring for …

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Crypto startup KaJ Labs raises $400 million for the development and adoption of GEM Digital For Lithosphere (LITHO)

SEATTLE, May 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KaJ Labs has grabbed headlines with the announcement of its Lithosphere blockchain platform and unique interoperability capabilities. The foundation has just announced that Lithosphere sold $400 million worth of LITHO tokens to Global Emerging Markets (GEM) digital, Four private equity investors. Gem is a …

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Iron formations as new geochemical archives for early Earth evolution

In a study published in the journal Nature Communication, Andrea Mundl-Petermeier and Sebastian Viehmann from the Department of Lithospheric Research at the University of Vienna demonstrated that a new geochemical archive – 182Tungsten in banded iron formations – can be used to simultaneously track the evolution of the Earth’s mantle …

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What is the thickest (and thinnest) layer of the Earth?

If you were to embark on a journey to the center of the Earth in the style of the classic Jules Verne sci-fi novel, you wouldn’t stumble upon a herd of behemoths or a hidden sea where the plesiosaur swims free. You would come across such high temperatures and such …

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Heat flux mapping beneath Greenland highlights geothermal ‘anomalous zone’

Spatial map illustrating average geothermal heat flux in and around Greenland derived from machine learning results. Heat anomalies are appearing off the coast of the Capital Region in the southwest, which could be of interest for geothermal energy harvesting. In general, however, the heat flux from below Greenland is lower …

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Small volcanoes play an important role in clarifying the structures of tectonic plates

Researchers from Tohoku University and the Chiba Institute of Technology have painted a clearer picture of what’s happening beneath the small spot volcanoes deep in the ocean depths of the Pacific Plate. Their newly presented geological structure, which was created by Associate Professor Naoto Hirano of the Center for Northeast …

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A study reveals the evolution of the climate at the mid-latitudes of the southern hemisphere during the Miocene

In the context of global warming with the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) and the melting of polar ice, the reconstruction of paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental history during past periods when the Earth’s climate system changed drastically is important for understanding the climate mechanism and thus improving predictions of the …

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Extensive groundwater system helps feed Antarctic glaciers

Lake Whillans is a strange body of water, starting with the fact that there is liquid to fill it. Although buried under more than 2,000 feet of Antarctic ice, its temperatures soar to just under 0 degrees Celsius, thanks to a combination of geothermal heat, intense friction of ice scraping …

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MEXC Global to List Lithosphere Network, Supporting Decentralized AI-Based Applications

The leading digital asset and cryptocurrency trading platform World MEXC will list Lithosphere, the first advanced AI-powered blockchain interoperability platform, on May 7. Its native token $LITHO is part of the M-Day event for MEXC users, who have a chance to buy tokens at an early price. Lithosphere is the …

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5 incredible volcanoes to visit in Greece

As with most things in Greece, many of its phenomena are named after a Greek god or occurrences from Greek mythology. Volcanoes are a perfect example. Hephaestus, the son of Zeus and Hera, was the Greek god of volcanoes and is believed to have been a craftsman and blacksmith with …

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[OPINION] Enewetak, Paradise Lost: Enewetak and its people

[OPINION] Enewetak, Paradise Lost: Enewetak and its people

The following is the 31st in a series of excerpts from Kelvin Rodolfo’s ongoing book project “Tilting at the Monster of Morong: Forays Against the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant and Global Nuclear Energy”.“ Perhaps the DNA shared across my half of Ilocano compels me to care so deeply about Enewetak …

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Davemaoite, a key mineral in the subduction of oceanic crust

On the surface of the Earth, the age of the oldest oceanic crust does not exceed 200 million years, which is a small percentage on the scale of geological times. And for good reason: it is recycled in the subduction zones, the limit between lithospheric plates at the level of …

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Ten Mike Gibbs Songs I Can’t Live Without… by John L. Walters – London Jazz News

John L. Walters writes: Michael Gibbs (b. 1937) is one of the world’s foremost jazz composer/arrangers, rising to prominence on the London jazz scene of the late 1960s. Over the past five decades he has taught and inspired countless musicians, forging creative connections with artists such as Gary Burton, Bob …

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Since 1969, we’ve learned 25 things about the moon

For millennia, the moon has been a source of endless fascination for humans. It is our only natural satellite and the largest visible object in the night sky, located approximately 240,000 miles from Earth. Poets have described its beauty, scientists and astronomers have studied it, and it is believed to …

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What can the deep diamonds tell us about the deep ear

Diamonds that formed deep in the Earth could help seismologists answer a decades-old question: Do fluids play a role in generating earthquakes at depths where high pressure should prevent brittle rupture? to occur ? The formation of fluid-assisted faulting in subducted slabs 300 to 700 kilometers deep, in the transition …

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Do earthquakes and tectonic plates have a two-way relationship?

Residents of Izmit, Turkey were sleeping when the ground began to shake on August 17, 1999. tremor recorded a magnitude of 7.4, triggered aftershocks and proved totally devastating, leaving over 17,000 dead, tens of thousands injured and billions of dollars in damage. But it was extraordinary for another reason: it …

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[ANALYSIS] Benham Rise and the value of scientific research

All up for Benham Rise! This phrase alludes to an order given to citizens about to undertake a patriotic activity such as singing the national anthem. Unbeknownst to most Filipinos at that time, on April 12, 2012, the nation rose to honor a new piece of sovereign territory, when the …

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How is Earth the only known planet with active plate tectonics?

How come Earth is the only known planet with active plate tectonics? Erik McKenna Stamford, Connecticut Earth is special in that it has two things that other terrestrial planets do not have: an abundance of internal heat, from when our planet was molten rock, and liquid …

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Let’s learn to think globally and act locally | News, Sports, Jobs

Thinking globally means involving the whole. That’s what it means to be holistic. To be holistic, you have to think outside the box. Today we have a lot of environmental problems because we are still in the human box. In academic language, this is called anthropocentrism. Anthropocentrism, a …

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Ultra-uniform lab-grown nanodiamonds are now a reality

“It’s fascinating that even though a diamond is chemically quite simple – it’s an element, carbon – making this material at the nanometer scale is extremely difficult,” Hao Yan, the project’s principal investigator, said in A press release. Carbon becomes a diamond when the atoms of this element are arranged …

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What to look for when searching for life on other planets

How did we get to the surface of this planet? Are we the product of a cosmic chemical catastrophe, or something brought us here? Will we be here forever? For centuries, human thought has been interested in resolving these questions, understanding the universe, the origins of life on Earth, and …

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The Lithosphere: Facts About Earth’s Outer Shell

The lithosphere is the outermost layer of the Earth, made up of the crust and the fragile part of the upper mantle. The term lithosphere is derived from the Greek words “lithos”, which means stone, and “sphaira”, which means globe or ball. Sandwiched between the atmosphere above and the asthenosphere …

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Earthquake hits UK as 5.1 magnitude tremor rocks parts of Britain

The UK was hit by an earthquake this morning as homes were left ‘rattling’ for minutes. The tremor was felt in parts of northern Scotland. The magnitude 5.1 earthquake was felt early this morning and is believed to have taken place around 5.23am off the coast of north east Shetland. …

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Two Trinity researchers receive combined funding of €3.5 million from the ERC

Dr Emma Tomlinson was the only Irish researcher out of 313 to win an ERC Consolidator grant, while Dr Fiona Smyth was awarded a Starter Grant. Two Trinity College Dublin (TCD) researchers have been awarded European Research Council (ERC) grants with a combined total value of almost €3.5 million. According …

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Hot springs played a major role in the discovery of continental plate collision

Continental plate collisions usually result in the formation of mountains and mountain ranges due to the impact caused by the collision. (Photo: MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images) How Hot Springs Helps Discover the Collision Point A previous crash recorded in the Converging Borders led to the formation of the Himalayan …

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Countries Developing Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)

A central bank digital currency (CBDC) is a digital form of cash issued by a country’s central bank. Digital forms of money are already widely used today. When you swipe your debit or credit card instead of using cash, or when you get paid by direct deposit, the associated financial …

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Solidarity and resupply visit of HMS Protector to Ukrainian base in Antarctica — MercoPress

HMS Protector in solidarity and resupply visit to Ukrainian base in Antarctica Monday, March 7, 2022 – 09:20 UTC The landing party from HMS Protector delivered fresh food to the scientists, made sure they were in good health and reassured them of the UK’s support for Ukraine (Pic …

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Royal Navy icebreaker ship supports Ukrainian Antarctic scientists

The crew of the Royal Navy icebreaker ship gave “support and solidarity” to Ukrainian scientists based in Antarctica. Plymouth-based HMS Protector called in Vernadsky Polar Research Station, which is manned by 21 scientists from the war-torn country. The navy crew, who delivered food and supplies, said they heard how Ukrainians …

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10 largest earthquakes in the world recorded in South America, Asia-Pacific region

The 10 most severe earthquakes in world history have occurred in South America and Asia-Pacific countries, according to the US Geological Survey. The Pacific seismic belt, called the “Ring of Fire”, witnesses 90% of all earthquakes in the world and about 80% of major earthquakes. Earthquakes, divided into three categories …

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Seismic Study Reveals Main Reason Patagonia Is Rising With Melting Glaciers

The ice fields that stretch for hundreds of kilometers atop the Andes Mountains in Chile and Argentina are melting at some of the fastest rates on the planet. The ground that was under this ice also shifts and rises as these glaciers disappear. Geologists have discovered a link between recent …

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17 tremors in 30 days are a ‘warning signal’ for Kashmir

Representative photo Srinagar: Over the past 30 days, Kashmir has experienced about 17 tremors, five of which were magnitude 4.0 or greater, ten between 3.0 and 4.0 and two between 2.0 and 3.0. These recurring rattles have forced seismologists to believe that Kashmir should prepare for a major earthquake in …

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Scientists use satellites to observe the Earth

Interior structure of the Earth. Getty By combining data on gravity, chemistry and how seismic waves are reflected and scattered deep within the Earth, an international group of scientists affiliated with the European Space Agency (ESA) have created a model of Earth’s lithosphere , showing how cold and hot rock …

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Earthquakes again in Jammu and Kashmir, magnitude 3.2 on the Richter scale

Srinagar: Earthquakes were felt this morning in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Its intensity was recorded at 3.2 on the Richter scale. However, no loss of life or property has been reported so far. Officials from the National Seismology Center said earthquake tremors occurred 15 km south-southwest of …

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How tectonic faults form: a new theory of rifting

Rifts can form for various reasons/BGS Newsletter Probably about tectonic faults heard by most people. After a long study, scientists have discovered that some of these faults have formed due to the drift of tectonic plates. We are talking about the so-called faults – these are extended …

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How age-old bones from Australia’s historic shipwrecks can help us solve crimes

Here is a bone sample containing tiny microfossils. These microorganisms can be a wealth of information for investigators. Credit: Edda Guareschi, author provided Rivers, lakes and the sea frequently host death and crime scenes. When a body is removed from a watery grave, for example due to drowning, floods, tsunamis, …

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Big Data Imagery Shows Rock’s Important Role in Channeling Japan’s Earthquakes

Using 20 years of seismic data processed by one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, scientists have created the first full 3D visualization of a mountain-sized rock called Kumano Pluto buried miles beneath the surface. southern coast of Japan. They can now see that the rock could act as a …

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It used to be their world, now it’s yours – Red Bluff Daily News

Here’s something readers probably won’t find in another Red Bluff Daily News column: Andrew Knoll is best known for his contributions to Precambrian paleontology and biogeochemistry. He discovered microfossil records of early life around the world and was among the first to apply the principles of taphonomy and paleoecology to …

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The attraction of the Sun and the Moon could move the tectonic plates

What causes lava to spurt from volcanoes in plumes of liquid fire or cause the ground to shake as if the world were ending? Tectonic plates. What causes plate tectonics? Not so fast. Until now, the answer was thought to be unrest in the Earth’s mantle. Under intense heat and …

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New research could lead to the targeted mining of metals that will be essential to our transition to a green economy. –ScienceDaily

Scientists have identified a mechanism by which important metals, crucial for the manufacture of renewable energy technologies, are transmitted from the Earth’s mantle to the crust. The team, including researchers from Cardiff University, discovered a “Goldilocks zone” at the base of the earth’s crust where the temperature is just around …

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WonderWorks Branson: 40,000 Square Feet of Year-Round Indoor Educational Entertainment | Entertainment

Although many of Branson’s tourist destinations are currently closed for the winter, there is one attraction that offers visitors and locals the opportunity to experience indoor entertainment year-round. WonderWorks Branson General Manager Brenda Dent shared some of the reasons why their attraction is a great addition to any visit to …

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Rare earths reveal new information about CO2 emissions from volcanoes

In a document published in the journal Geology, the scientists explain that over geological time, variations in atmospheric CO2 depended mainly on volcanic emissions, which are difficult to estimate because they are not directly related to the volume of magmas that erupted. Indeed, some volcanoes have exceptionally large emissions of …

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Five Duke professors named AAAS Fellows for 2021

Five members of the Duke faculty have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. They are part of the 564 new members elected for their efforts in favor of the advancement of science or its applications in the service of society. “Becoming an AAAS Fellow …

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BHP and university researchers to explore four-dimensional controls on nickel mineral systems

Nickel is a major component of the cathodes of lithium-ion batteries used in the manufacture of electric vehicles. But production is heavily concentrated in Asia, with Indonesia responsible for around 33% of the world’s metal supply, followed by the Philippines with 12% and Russia with 11%. In terms of processing, …

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How satellites have revolutionized the study of volcanoes

Developments in satellite technology over the past decade have allowed the world to witness the devastating Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai eruption and its aftermath in real time and in unprecedented detail. The findings could shed light on the anatomy of rare explosive volcanic eruptions and their effects on the planet. But …

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Poll finds most Americans oppose overturning Roe v. Wade as Supreme Court to hear critical abortion case

A majority of Americans do not want the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the precedent set in a landmark case protecting the right to abortion care without excessive government interference, according to a recent CNN poll. conducted by SSRS. The findings, which mirror similar surveys, come near the 49th anniversary …

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Moderate earthquake hits Eastern Caribbean; No tsunami threat

The magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the Caribbean at 10:59 p.m. local time tonight. Image: USGS The USGS in the United States and the University of the West Indies Seismic Research Center report that a moderate 4.8 earthquake struck the Eastern Caribbean not long ago. The earthquake struck at 10:59 p.m. …

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Volatile-consuming reactions fracture rocks and self-accelerate fluid flow in the lithosphere

Importance Hydration and carbonation are the primary reactions that drive Earth’s volatile cycles. These reactions are characterized by a large increase in solid volume, up to several tens of percent, and can induce fracturing, fluid flow and other reactions. However, no experimental study has succeeded in a net increase in …

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Circling the theory of an electric vehicle revolution, Lifton adopts ‘the dumbest green hypothesis’

The “law” of supply and demand is actually an ideal academic “model” that only works in a prescribed universe in which demand and supply have no limits. In the real world, the model fails when applied to this planet’s limited supply of natural resources. Example: The demand for lithium expressed …

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A geoscience expert to study why continents split where magma is lacking

[ad_1] D. Sarah Stamps. Credit: Mike Lee The Earth’s surface keeps moving and changing shape, disintegrating and forming new land masses and oceans. In the billions of years of planet Earth’s history, there have been 10 supercontinents, the most famous and recent being Pangea which shattered around 175 million years …

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Indian army sets up quantum artificial intelligence lab

[ad_1] The Indian Army, with assistance from the Secretariat of the National Security Council (NSCS), has established a Quantum and Artificial Intelligence Lab at the Military College of Telecommunications Engineering in Mhow, Madhya Pradesh to lead research and training in this key developing area. The key areas are quantum key …

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Why air pollution is the greatest danger to public health in the world

[ad_1] One of the greatest plagues of our time is air pollution, due not only to its impact on climate change but also on public and individual health due to increasing morbidity and mortality rates. . Many pollutants have become major contributors to disease in humans. Among them are particles …

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Iisc: the volcanoes of the last mass extinction created the Himalayas | Bangalore News

[ad_1] BENGALURU: Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have built models to determine whether volcanism – a magma eruption on the planet’s surface – that caused the last mass extinction 65 million years ago caused erosion of the Indian continental lithosphere. Following the movement of the Indian Plate, …

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Determining transmissibility of novel variants may help immunization programs and healthcare response – ScienceDaily

[ad_1] As the discovery of the new omicron variant illustrates, new COVID-19 variants will continue to emerge on a regular basis. In an effort to make sense of these new variants, scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed methods to quantify how more or less transmissible they are, …

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Arc-bound lava zinc isotopes reveal the recycling of fore-arc serpentinites into the subarc mantle

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When two plates slide on top of each other

[ad_1] Through Robert Hazen, Ph.D., George Mason University Tectonic plates are large chunks of the lithosphere – about 50 or 100 kilometers thick, but thousands of kilometers in diameter – and lithospheric plates are displaced when they straddle the asthenosphere, which is mobile and moving. Transformation boundaries are a kind …

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As we fight to recycle lithium-ion batteries, what future for electric vehicles in India?

[ad_1] With countries still chasing Li-Ion batteries, they have been labeled obsolete. They find uses in consumer goods like cell phones, laptops, other electronic devices and even in several industries as a critical input. The best use that makes them the most desirable is their legacy use in electric vehicles …

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A halogen balance of the earth’s bulk silicate indicates a history of early halogen degassing followed by net regassing

[ad_1] Importance Halogens play an essential role in biochemistry and are useful in understanding how planets formed and evolved. As we have found that the traditional way of limiting the halogen balance within the Earth is unreliable, we have developed a method that better utilizes relevant geochemical data and estimated …

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How the airline industry was a helping hand during the pandemic

[ad_1] Over the past century, the world has become a smaller and smaller place. Things that have never been possible before are now our norm. Before 1903, trains were the backbone of the country, transporting drugs to remote locations. Then, on December 17, 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright shrunk the …

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USGS raises volcanic alert level

[ad_1] View of the Davidof volcano captured in 2005. Image: CA Neal / AVO / USGS Due to the possibility of volcanic unrest, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and its Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) have increased the warning level and color code to YELLOW / ADVISORY at Davidof Volcano …

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Earthquake swarms continue off the Pacific and Caribbean northwest coast; No tsunami threat yet

[ad_1] Earthquakes continue to rock the Pacific Northwest Coast and the Eastern Caribbean today. Image: Weatherboy Earthquake swarms continue just off the Pacific Northwest coast of the United States and the eastern Caribbean. Although some earthquakes have been moderate, there is currently no threat of a tsunami. Scientists explore the …

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