Will God put out the fires?

The deadlock on efforts to reverse global warming needs the scientific community and the religious community to work together. (John Hendricks | Oregon State Fire Marshal’s Office via The New York Times) Photo provided shows flames and smoke from the Bootleg fire in southern Oregon, July 14, 2021 Floods swept …

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A cosmic debate | The river reporter

[ad_1] By LIAM MAYO DAMASCUS, PA – The Farm Arts Collective inspired, educated and thrilled with their latest production, “Dream on the Farm”. As noted in the production’s program notes, “Artistic Director Tannis Kowalchuk and the ensemble are committed to presenting a decade-long series of climate change plays that will …

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China’s 2021 Climate Change Blue Book shows rising trend of extreme weather events in the country

Beijing residents trudge through the pouring rain, experiencing a less busy Monday morning rush hour as many businesses asked their employees to work from home or cancel the clock. Photo: GT/Li Hao The China Meteorological Administration (CMA) held a press conference on Wednesday during which it rolled out the China …

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Walhi calls on government to respect UNESCO’s concern over Komodo National Park

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – East Nusa Tenggara Indonesian Environment Forum (Walhi) Executive Director Umbu Wulang called on the government to respect UNESCO’s concern about the Komodo National Park development project. UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) had previously called for the island’s tourism development project to be stopped …

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InSight reveals detailed interior structure of Mars

[ad_1] The InSight lander recorded seismic waves that revealed the thickness of the Martian crust and detected its unusually large liquid core. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech. Seismic observations from the InSight lander have revealed structural details of the Martian interior, constituting the first seismic exploration of a non-Earth planet and …

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Local teachers participate in the UF research project

[ad_1] Kindergarten to Grade 12 science teachers from across Florida, including Hillsborough County, spent four days this summer in a virtual research lab experience as part of a professional development workshop hosted by the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute’s Scientist in Every Florida School program titled ‘The Hydrosphere.’ …

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Could “ecocide” be a criminal act?

[ad_1] After months of deliberation, a group of international legal experts unveiled a new legal definition of “ecocide” in June. The definition, if adopted by the International Criminal Court (ICC), would put environmental destruction on a par with war crimes and pave the way for prosecution of world leaders and …

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AI Startup KaJ Labs to Launch Blockchain Rival on Ethereum

[ad_1] SEATTLE, July 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Joel Kasr, Founder of KaJ Laboratories, announced the upcoming launch of Lithosphere (LITHO), a unique new AI blockchain platform. Kasr is the creator of Lithosphere, the first blockchain to use deep neural networks (DNN) in smart contracts. Litho is the native …

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Earthquakes reveal the planetary core | SETI Institute

[ad_1] It has been an exciting week in the world of space science, with the publication of some groundbreaking stories. Let’s look at the results of three separate articles published this week in the journal. Science on the structure of Mars. The teams involved analyzed the data from NASA InSight …

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Caroline Decker to lead federal government affairs for WSP USA

[ad_1] WASHINGTON DC – Caroline Decker, former Vice President of Amtrak, joined WSP USA, a leading engineering and professional services consultancy, as Vice President of Federal Affairs. In his new role with cabinet, Decker will be responsible for engaging federally elected and appointed officials, overseeing and developing policies that impact …

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This week in science | Science

[ad_1] Neuroimmunology The meninges consist of three membranes that surround and protect the central nervous system (CNS). Recent studies have noted the existence of myeloid cells residing there, but little is known about their ontogenesis and function, and it is not known whether other populations of meningeal immune cells play …

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Power Data Buoy Market Size, Growing Diversity of Trends, Analysis, Future Scope Analysis with Major Key Industry Players by 2026

[ad_1] The latest research report on the Powered Data Buoy Market includes an in-depth examination of trends that positively or negatively influence business dynamics. It highlights the key growth propellers and profitable prospects that will increase the industry’s compensation scope over the forecast span, along with limitations and constraints. Request …

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North Devon Biosphere Launches Nature Restoration Declaration

[ad_1] The North Devon Biosphere has launched an ambitious new nature recovery plan as a contribution to tackling the ecological emergency here in North Devon, aligning with the government’s 25-year environmental plan and l Prime Minister’s pledge to protect 30% of UK land by 2030.. Join the individuals, organizations, councils …

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Controlled Atmosphere Containers Market Size by Key Companies – CIMC, SINGAMAS, Maersk Container Industry, Hoover Container Solutions

[ad_1] New Jersey, United States, – The report highlights the current impact of COVID-19 on the Controlled Atmosphere Container Market as well as the latest economic scenario and changing market dynamics. The Controlled Atmosphere Containers Market report is a comprehensive document which contains vital information on key players, market trends, …

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Even Noah would be amazed

[ad_1] A feature-length BBC News television report from July 16, 2021, titled “Catastrophic flooding across Western Europe as politicians blame climate change”, showed the devastation caused by the massive and rapid flooding in the region. Western Europe at the confluence of the borders of Germany, Belgium, France and Luxembourg during …

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What is Radiant Cooling? | News from WKRN 2

[ad_1] NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – When you hear the Weather Authority News 2 team mention the phrase “bright and cool,” that’s not just a practical description. It is in fact the result of the interaction of the atmosphere with our first source of heat: the sun! The phenomenon that results …

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Isotope of carbon found in the atmosphere of an exoplanet

[ad_1] Laurel Kornfeld July 17, 2021 Artist’s impression of the exoplanet TYC 8998-760-1 b. Image Credit: Arndt Stelter, CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons An international team of scientists has detected isotopes of carbon in an exoplanet’s atmosphere for the first time, a discovery noted in the journal Nature. The …

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Global Modified Atmosphere Packaging Market Survey Based on Drivers, Challenges, and Five Forces Analysis 2021-2027 – 2 × 6 Sports

[ad_1] Market research on Global Modified Atmosphere Packaging Market 2021 The research report studies current as well as future aspects of the Modified Atmosphere Packaging market primarily based on the factors that the companies compete in the market, key trends and segmentation analysis. This report covers each side of the …

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USGS increases alert level for volcano: ORANGE / WATCH

[ad_1] View of the eastern cone of Mount Cerberus in the Semisopochnoi caldera. Image: USGS / AVO / CA Neal Scientists from the USGS and the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) have raised the volcanic alert level of the Semisopochnoi volcano, showing a new period of unrest. According to the AVO, …

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Space rice fuels new space race: China is getting serious

[ad_1] In two quick swipes, China has shown that it takes its space agriculture projects very seriously. After harvesting its first batch of “space rice” that went to the moon, China is also distributing lunar soil samples to research institutes to assess lunar habitability. The return capsule of the Chinese …

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The beauty of stone floors: types, textures and options for architecture

[ad_1] The beauty of stone floors: types, textures and options for architecture Mikveh Oh / arqhé studio. Image © Yoshihiro Koitani + Aby Helfon and Ramón Helfon Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/964775/the-beauty-of-stone-floors-types-textures-and-options-for-architecture The study of rocks allows us to understand the formation of our earth. …

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It turns out that Venus (almost) has tectonic plates

[ad_1] Beneath Venus’s acidic clouds and crushing atmospheric pressure lies a rocky surface strewn with geological mysteries. Sometimes referred to as Earth’s “sister planet” because it is similar in size with a similar iron core, molten mantle, and rocky crust, there is evidence that Venus was once a aquatic world …

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Venus’s cracked surface behaves like sea ice

[ad_1] The Magellan spacecraft captured this radar view of Venus, showing the largest dark red tectonic block in the center, which is roughly the size of Alaska. The lighter colors around the block are warps and ridges. Image via NASA-JPL / Paul Byrne / NCSU. Cracked surface of Venus Venus …

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Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) Market In Industrial Machinery Industry To Raise $ 3.9 Billion | Emerging Trends, Business Risks and Key Executives | Technavio

[ad_1] NEW YORK, July 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) Market Expected to Grow $ 3.9 billion, growing at a CAGR of 21.30% during 2021-2025. The report offers up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, the latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. Technavio …

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AtlasIED digital audio solution, “Atmosphere” – rAVe [PUBS]

[ad_1] AtlasIED says it helps security integrators interested in adding digital audio solutions to their product portfolios. Launched last year, AtlasIED’s innovative Atmosphere digital audio platform is a complete turnkey audio system designed and engineered for rapid deployment in a wide range of commercial environments, with capabilities particularly beneficial for …

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The surface of Venus could be shattered into pieces

[ad_1] No other solid body in the solar system has an Earth-like crust. From Mercury to Mars, passing through many moons, most worlds have a one-piece crust. Rather, our planet has tectonics, large plates moving across the molten upper mantle. Another exception to the one-piece surface could be Venus, new …

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EarthSky | Are Earth-like Biospheres Rare?

[ad_1] Artist’s concept of Kepler-442b (left) in contrast to Earth. This potentially habitable rocky exoplanet is about double the mass of Earth. It is the only world found to date that might be able to maintain a life-like surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere similar to those on Earth. Image via Ph03nix1986 …

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FG requests UN assistance on environmental challenges

[ad_1] Minister of the Environment Mohammad Abubakar Michel Olugbode The federal government has pleaded with the United Nations and its agencies to support the country in its many environmental challenges. Environment Minister Dr Mohammad Abubakar made this plea yesterday during a courtesy visit to the ministry by United Nations Under-Secretary-General …

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Reservoir partners with an underwater photographer for the Bronze edition of Hydrosphere “Greg Lecoeur” | Viewing time

[ad_1] In 2019, French watchmaking house Tank unveiled its first diver’s watch, the aptly named Hydrosphere, whose unique configuration added a diver’s bezel to the retrograde time display inspired by the brand’s races. A year later, Reservoir introduced the Hydrosphere Bronze, which added intrigue through its use of an unusual …

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Cultural commons: a philosophical analysis – Part I

[ad_1] This article explores the ways in which a background of non-discursive practices properly describable as “cultural commons” underlies the very possibility of law and norm in the governance of a social group. This effectiveness of these practices provides conceptual sources for the recovery of other forms of commons, such …

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Positive nature by 2030: a major global goal for nature

[ad_1] The dangerous and the aggravation the decline in biodiversity is well documented – we know we are destroying natural systems faster than they can replenish themselves. Yet we depend entirely on nature for human health, well-being and prosperity. The recent ‘Dasgupta Review’ on the Global Biodiversity Economy – commissioned …

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PAGD disappointed that center failed to launch confidence-building measures to end “atmosphere of repression in Kashmir”

[ad_1] Expressing disappointment at the results of the recent multi-stakeholder meeting on J&K chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the People’s Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) said on Monday it lacked substantial confidence-building measures (CBMs) for end the siege. and the atmosphere of repression that has stifled Jammu and …

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The Valley of Flowers is now open to tourists

[ad_1] The very famous Valley of Flowers of Uttarakhand is now open to tourists. The magnificent site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; it typically opens to tourism on June 1 of each year and has been delayed this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Uttarakhand had imposed a curfew …

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The mystery of methane on Mars? Depends on time of day

[ad_1] Artist’s concept of ESA’s Trace Gas Orbiter, as part of the ExoMars mission. This instrument analyzes the Martian atmosphere and still has not found methane in the atmosphere of Mars. This is despite the fact that NASA’s Curiosity rover has detected methane in Martian air on several occasions. Now …

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USGS issued a yellow advisory for 6 U.S. volcanoes today

[ad_1] The Gareloi stratovolcano is the westernmost volcano in the United States. Image: USGS / McGimsey RG The USGS has issued a code yellow and advisory alert for six volcanoes they are tracking across the country; The USGS says these volcanoes “are showing signs of elevated unrest above known background …

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Page not found – KVOA

[ad_1] Page not found – KVOA tornado hurricane strong thunderstorms Winter Mix Freezing Rain freezing drizzle light rain rain rain snow blowing snow melted snow fog wind cloudy mostly cloudy night partly cloudy night Partly cloudy clear night Sun mostly-clear-night Quite sunny Isolated thunderstorms scattered thunderstorms heavy rain scattered snow …

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Sweet Summer Staycation: 5 Ideas for Edmonton and the Area

[ad_1] With all of the COVID-19 restrictions now lifted in our province, children out of school, and vacations underway or imminent, we’re sharing a list of things that could help you plan your summer. Fort Edmonton Park After some major renovations, Fort Edmonton Park is once again welcoming visitors. One …

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Festive atmosphere during the last “big” day of vaccination

[ad_1] Yesterday marked the last big vaccination day at the Laugardalshöll arena. About 10,000 people were vaccinated and the atmosphere was celebratory. Over 70% now fully vaccinated Yesterday, in the last big push in the vaccination campaign, around 10,000 people showed up at the Laugardalshöll arena to receive vaccines. According …

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The active surface of Venus examined

[ad_1] Credit: NC State University, based on original NASA / JPL images Despite their close similarities in terms of mass and composition, Earth and Venus have evolved differently, at least for the past 0.5 to 1 billion years. On the one hand, an uncontrollable greenhouse effect on Venus produced an …

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Power Data Buoy Market size, increasing diversity of trends, analysis, future scope analysis with major key industry players by 2025

[ad_1] Power Data Buoy Market size, increasing diversity of trends, analysis, future scope analysis with major key industry players by 2025 Category: #business | By administrator | Posted: Just now | Product number: 3173931 | The Global Powered Data Buoy Market research report provides an in-depth database analysis of the …

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Space watch Anicorne | HYPEBEAST

[ad_1] Watchmaker and frequent NASA collaborator Anicorn celebrates the return of the US Space Agency’s iconic “Worm” logo with a limited edition watch designed by original logo creator Richard Danne. The Space Watch is Danne’s very first watch design and is presented in two colors; with 150 pieces in Space …

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Plastic is now in the blood of mankind

[ad_1] Along with research, policy and technology, it is now a global environmental concern that requires individual or personal effort to restrict the use of plastics. Oceans have the highest concentration of microplastics according to an American study According to a study by Utah State University and Cornell University in …

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Fonatur withheld negative information about Maya Train

[ad_1] The National Tourism Promotion Fund (Fonatur) withheld critical information about the US $ 8 billion Maya Train when it requested funding for the project from the Federal Ministry of Finance (SHCP). The newspaper the universal reported Monday that Fonatur, which manages the construction of the 1,500-kilometer tourist and freight …

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Mooney Goes Wild Monday June 28, 2021

[ad_1] Derek Mooney and his guests explore the natural world in all its forms. Malar scratches Derek, Richard and Niall discuss why hawks and other animals seem to wear “eye makeup”. The distinctive markings known as the malar stripes are believed to enhance the hunting ability of predators such as …

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Global Modified Atmosphere Packaging Market (Map) 2021 with Impact Analysis (COVID-19), Industry Demand, Key Trends, Forecast 2028 – By MDA

[ad_1] Global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (Map) Market Research Highlights Key Market Trends Tracked Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Market data analysis has released a report on the global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (Card) market to provide the crucial market details including market stability, growth rate, and financial fluctuations. The economic gains and losses …

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Hydrosphere Reservoir Greg Lecoeur Edition

[ad_1] Reservoir’s latest special edition Hydrosphere dive watch created with Greg Lecoeur, offers the opportunity to dive with the 2020 Underwater Photographer of the Year later this year. The 45mm bronze Hydrosphere features a blue sun-brushed dial reflecting the seabed and Lecoeur’s signature at three o’clock. Although the watch is …

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You drink dinosaur urine today

[ad_1] Your next sip of water probably went through a dinosaur. Thanks to the weather and the water cycle, you are probably drinking water that has passed through a dinosaur. Thanks to the water cycle that moves water in and through the air and soil, it’s very likely that your …

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Top 10 national parks in Germany

[ad_1] For centuries, the epic beauty of German landscapes has inspired artists and writers towards the lyrical and the deep. The country’s national parks showcase some of its most incredible and diverse outdoor spaces. These vast and varied landscapes are protected to varying degrees by 105 natural parks, 15 biosphere …

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RMNH online nature study program ends

[ad_1] Regional museum of natural history, Bhopal is organizing an online nature study program (Green Teens) from June 14 to 25, 2021. Thursday in the eighth and final session of the program. Manik Lal Gupta, scientist -C and museum program coordinator gave information on the protected area and major mammal …

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