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Earth's Infrared Radiation: New Renewable Energy Frontier?
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, NewTechnology, energy, renewables, discovery, heat, infrared emissions )

- 573 days ago -
The Earth continuously emits 100 million gigawatts of infrared heat into outer space. That's enough to power all of humanity many thousands of times over.
Hottest Thing on Earth: X-Rays Heat Metal to 3.6 Million Degrees
Science & Tech  (tags: Hottest Thing on, Earth:, X-Rays, Heat, Metal to, 3.6 Million, Degrees )

- 1348 days ago -
By zapping a piece of aluminum with the world's most powerful x-ray laser, physicists have heated matter to 3.6 million degrees Fahrenheit (2 million degrees Celsius)--making it briefly the hottest thing on Earth. Only locations such as the heart of the
Thermal Imaging Turns Up Heat on Liars
Science & Tech  (tags: Thermal, imaging, turns, heat, liars )

- 1483 days ago -
Anyone with a burning conscience might want to look away now.Researchers in the UK are turning to thermal imaging technology in a bid to spot liars.
The Universe : Secrets of The Sun   video
Science & Tech  (tags: The Sun, energy, heat, warming, astronomy, climate, interesting, investigation, nasa, research, science, space, study )

- 2360 days ago -
Summary Version of The Universe: Secrets of The Sun.
Global Warming Not a Cosmic Swindle
Science & Tech  (tags: global warming, man-made, greenhouse gases, skeptics, solar activity, cosmic, clouds, sun, heat, live science, breakthroughs )

- 2735 days ago -
Skeptics who argue that global warming is caused by cosmic rays rather than man-made greenhouse gases have been dealt another blow. Some who question the human-induced global warming scenario argue that changes in the intensity of these rays, which are ca
Moss Genes Will Help to Create Superplants
Science & Tech  (tags: moss, gene, sequencing, genes, heat, cold, dry, science )

- 2855 days ago -
The moss, Physcomitrella patens, similar to primitive plants that grew 450 million years ago, can withstand extreme temperatures and dry conditions. The sequencing project will allow scientists to identify genes that control these beneficial traits.

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