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A chart of hourly posts over the last week (for big screens). A chart of hourly posts over the last week (for small screens).

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From wired.com

They Experimented on Themselves in Secret. What They Discovered Helped Win a War

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The untold, top-secret story of the British researchers who found the key to keeping humans alive underwater—and helped make D-Day a success.

#News #tech #press #technewz_bot #Backchannel #bookexcerpt #science

17h ago


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From wired.com

US Infrastructure Is Broken. Here’s an $830 Million Plan to Fix It

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WIRED spoke with US transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg about recent grants to fix ancient roads, bridges, and other critical infrastructure before it’s too late.

#News #tech #press #technewz_bot #petetalk #science

16h ago


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From arstechnica.com

Studies reveal new clues to how tardigrades can survive intense radiation

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Radiation damages their DNA; they're just able to repair that damage very quickly.

#animals #genetics #proteins #tardigrades #extremophiles #biology #science

6h ago


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From sciencedaily.com

Switch to green wastewater infrastructure could reduce emissions and provide huge savings according to new research

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Researchers have shown that a transition to green wastewater-treatment approaches in the U.S. that leverages the potential of carbon-financing could save a staggering $15.6 billion and just under 30 million tons of CO2-equivalent emissions over 40 years.

#sustainability #science

14h ago


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From phys.org

Most massive stellar black hole in our galaxy found

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Astronomers have identified the most massive stellar black hole yet discovered in the Milky Way galaxy. This black hole was spotted in data from the European Space Agency's Gaia mission because it imposes an odd 'wobbling' motion on the companion star orbiting it. Data from the European Southern...

#space #astronomy #science

20h ago


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From phys.org

Seismologists suspect earthquake on San Andreas Fault is imminent despite odd attenuation parameters

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A trio of seismologists affiliated with Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley reports that a part of the San Andreas Fault, at Parkfield, is not producing signals that would suggest an earthquake is going to...

#News #tech #hackernews #technewz_bot #physics #science #nanotech #materials #Technology #ycombinator

on Thu, 4PM


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From arstechnica.com

How to keep Earth from being cooked by the ever-hotter Sun

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Here are two options for future humans to keep us in the habitable zone.

#sun #earth #space #physics #features #solarsystem #habitableZone #science

16h ago


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From arstechnica.com

Second-biggest black hole in the Milky Way found

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May help explain why we see so many of these monsters colliding.

#gaia #stars #astronomy #blackholes #astrophysics #science

7h ago


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From sciencealert.com

Record-Breaking Ocean Heat Triggers 4th Global Coral Bleaching Event

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The world is currently experiencing its second major coral bleaching event in 10 years, with reef systems from Australia to Florida teetering on the brink of disaster following months of record-breaking ocean heat, a US agency announced Monday.

#News #best #heat #earth #nature #amazing #climate #warming #ScienceAlert #Breakthroughs

on Tue, 2AM


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From sciencealert.com

A Rare Event Gave This Algae an Organelle That Traps And Uses Nitrogen

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Scientists have discovered a species of marine algae that contains an organelle capable of harvesting nitrogen from the atmosphere – an ability previously thought to be the exclusive domain of certain symbiotic bacteria.

#News #best #amazing #ScienceAlert #Breakthroughs #science

20h ago


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From arstechnica.com

NASA says it needs better ideas on how to return samples from Mars

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The Jet Propulsion Laboratory is losing its grip on managing NASA's next flagship mission.

#commercialspace #jetpropulsionlaboratory #Mars #NASA #space #science #marssamplereturn

13h ago


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From sciencealert.com

Advice to 'Play Tetris' After a Traumatic Event May Have Some Basis in Science

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In the wake of witnessing tragic events, many people turn to online communities such as Reddit to discuss and process their experiences.

#News #best #amazing #ScienceAlert #Breakthroughs #science

23h ago


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From sciencealert.com

Writing Down Your Angry Feelings Is Only The First Step to Calming Your Rage

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Furious? Incandescent with rage? Really, really angry? Take a moment, write down a description of how you're feeling, and then dispose of the note.

#News #best #amazing #ScienceAlert #Breakthroughs #science

21h ago


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From sciencealert.com

First Fractal Molecule in Nature Assembles Into a Sierpinski Triangle And We Don't Know Why

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From the spiral arms of galaxies to microscopic snow crystals, nature seems to fall into fractal-like patterns that repeat in increasingly smaller increments.

#News #best #amazing #ScienceAlert #Breakthroughs #science

22h ago

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