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Midwest Meteor: Where Did You Come From, Where Did You Go?

A still picture from a dashcam video held by Glendale, Wisconsin police officer at 1:29 a.m. Monday. (Credit: Glendale Police Department) Dash cam footage of a meteor tarnishing over the Midwest on Feb. 6 is collecting views and instigating an enviousness of informal night owls who witnessed the eventuality live. The …

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Researchers Lambast Daily Mail’s Climate Change Article

(Credit: lexaarts/Shutterstock) A new essay published in the Daily Mail vicious of meridian scholarship has drawn pointy critique from mixed meridian researchers. The discuss concerns a paper, published in 2015 by a organisation of NOAA researchers led by Thomas Karl, that suggested a supposed “pause” in global warming was zero some-more …

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Join us for a Citizen Science Day Webinar

  WHEN: Feb 8th 12-1pm EST WHAT: This free webinar, hosted by the Citizen Science Association, will benefaction an overview of Citizen Science Day; illustrate highlights from 2016 (the initial year); provide a contention of tools and resources to support events, projects, and regional meet-ups;  spark ideas to add citizen scholarship to existent events; and, in …

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Smartphone-induced blindness: yup, it’s a thing.

Photo: flickr/Pabak Sarkar We’ve reported on several phone-related medical conditions, from “nomophobia” (fear of being out of dungeon phone contact) to the consequences of swallowing your phone, case and all. In this case study of two patients, doctors report nonetheless another condition, which they call “transient smartphone blindness.” TSB is caused …

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An appeals justice seems distrustful about Donald Trump’s transport ban

AT AN extraordinary, phoned-in conference on Feb 7th, 3 sovereign judges listened arguments in Washington v Trump, a fight over the legality and constitutionality of the 45th president’s sequence suspending America’s interloper programme and banning transport from 7 Muslim-majority countries. The executive order, announced on Jan 27th, was halted on Feb …

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