Monthly Archives: March 2015

Too High or Too Low: Global Average Temperature Limits: 2°C or 1.5°C

Too High or Too Low: Global Average Temperature Limits: 2°C or 1.5°CNews from Geek Infinite: 2015/03/30 8:56 AM Experts are declaring that regulating the Global Warming processes by maintaining the Global average temperature level rise at 2 C° may not be enough. … Continue reading

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Weird, frightening 4-eyed, lobster-like creature terrorized ancient Cambrian era …

Weird, frightening 4-eyed, lobster-like creature terrorized ancient Cambrian era …News from State Column: Scientists believe the creature had established itself at the top of the food chain with its vicious sharp-toothed claws. It’s definitely a weird-looking creature, and it’s definitely … Continue reading

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Russia to Build New Space Station With NASA

Russia to Build New Space Station With NASANews from Discovery News: Russia on Saturday announced initial plans to build a new orbital space station together with NASA to replace the International Space Station (ISS), which is set to operate until … Continue reading

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US-Russian Crew Lifts Off for Yearlong Space Station Mission

US-Russian Crew Lifts Off for Yearlong Space Station MissionNews from NBCNews.com: Three spacefliers lifted off in a Russian Soyuz capsule on Friday, heading to the International Space Station for an orbital stay that will set two records. Launch from Russia’s … Continue reading

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NASA plans EARTH DEFENCE by giving the Moon a Moon

NASA plans EARTH DEFENCE by giving the Moon a MoonNews from The Register: NASA has decided that fetching a rock from an asteroid into lunar orbit is better than trying to hook a whole asteroid. The ARM – Asteroid Redirection … Continue reading

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Rosetta coming closer to Comet 67P; Philae Still Sleeping

Rosetta coming closer to Comet 67P; Philae Still SleepingNews from Times Gazette: Astronomers have been on a mission to tail a slow moving comet in the outer space. Their mission started early last 2014, and they are getting better observations … Continue reading

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Eclipse thrills on remote Arctic islands, clouds mar for some

Eclipse thrills on remote Arctic islands, clouds mar for someNews from Reuters: By Gerhard Mey TORSHAVN, Faroe Islands Sat Mar 21, 2015 6:58am IST Link this Share this >>> Read the full article . What exactly is the “Vernal Equinox?”News … Continue reading

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Croc Ancestor ‘Carolina Butcher’ Ruled Before Dinos

Croc Ancestor ‘Carolina Butcher’ Ruled Before DinosNews from Discovery News: An enormous crocodile ancestor with blade-like teeth walked on two legs and was at the very top of North America’s food chain 231 million years ago, according to a new … Continue reading

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Milky Way Harbors Thousands of Potentially Habitable Planets

Milky Way Harbors Thousands of Potentially Habitable PlanetsNews from Nature World News: Pictured: The illustration shows the habitable zone (in green) for different types of stars. The red area is too hot for liquid water and the blue area is … Continue reading

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‘Defective’ Graphene Could Filter Water, Improve Fuel Cells

‘Defective’ Graphene Could Filter Water, Improve Fuel CellsNews from NBCNews.com: To say graphene is a material with a lot of promise might be the understatement of the decade. The atom-thin sheet of carbon is stronger than steel, more conductive than … Continue reading

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