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1957-Roger Ravelle and Hans Suess "Discover Global Warming"
Science & Tech  (tags: Hans Suess, Roger Revelle, oceanography, chemistry, geochemistry, global warming effects, technology, science, investigation, environment, scientists )

Betsy
- 1 day ago - aip.org
Before scientists would take greenhouse effect warming seriously, they had to get past a counter-argument. It seemed certain that the immense mass of the oceans would absorb the excess carbon dioxide produced by human activity.
A Sour Deception: Citric Acid Comes From GMO Black Mold, Not Fruit - Via
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Genetic Engineering, Citric Acid, Food Industry, Industrial Farming, Black Mold, Big Ag, US, China, GMO corn, Health risks )

Victoria
- 6 days ago - eatlocalgrown.com
Nearly all citric acid (used as a preservative) is made in an industrial factory using black mold (Aspergillus niger) fermentation with GMO corn and is produced by some Big Ag food producers in the US and China. The mold feeds on GMO corn syrup glucose.
Gaia Discovers Its First Supernova
Science & Tech  (tags: world, space, science, news, humans, discovery, astronomy, gaia, Supernova, galaxy, stellar explosion )

Darren
- 4 days ago - esa.int
12 September 2014 While scanning the sky to measure the positions and movements of stars in our Galaxy, Gaia has discovered its first stellar explosion in another galaxy far, far away.
Stonehenge Secrets Revealed By Underground Map
Science & Tech  (tags: science, archaeology, Stonehenge, UK )

Ray
- 6 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Archaeologists have unveiled the most detailed map ever produced of the earth beneath Stonehenge and its surrounds.
Solar Storm Heads Earth's Way After Double Sun Blasts
Science & Tech  (tags: space, science, world, news, interesting, environment )

Carlene
- 4 days ago - phys.org
Two big explosions on the surface of the sun will cause a moderate to strong geomagnetic storm on Earth in the coming days, possibly disrupting radio and satellite communications, scientists said Thursday.
VIDEO: Found at Sea-- How the International Space Station Can Save Lives on Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, space, scientists, science, research, news, interesting, internet, environment, discovery, astronomy, International Space Station, iss, Eirikur Johannsson, Norway, save, lives, experiments )

Darren
- 3 days ago - esa.int
5 September 2014 The International Space Station (ISS) is probably best known for its potential to help us learn more about our terrestrial world & our galaxy through scientific experiments, but Eirikur Johannsson of Norway is one example of how the. .
Jupiter's Moon Europa Has Plate Tectonics Like Earth Does
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, space, scientists, science, research, nasa, humans, astronomy, cosmology, jupiters moon, Europa, plate tectonics, mission, Jovian, moon )

Darren
- 5 days ago - scientificamerican.com
The discovery could buoy bids for a mission to the Jovian moon
Greenhouse Gas Levels Rising at Fastest Rate Since 1984
Science & Tech  (tags: CO2emissions, WMO, atmosphere, climate-change, environment, pollution, weather, wildlife, water, trees, healthconditions, destruction, nature, science )

Ray
- 7 days ago - bbc.co.uk
A surge in atmospheric CO2 saw levels of greenhouse gases reach record levels in 2013, according to new figures.
Evidence That Jupiter's Moon Europa Could Be Like Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, ConocoPhillips Company, discovery, Europa, interesting, Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physi, nasa, news, research, science, Smithsonian Institution's National Air a, space )

Kayleen
- 6 days ago - csmonitor.com
Segments of the ice crust of Jupiter's moon Europa are pulled and pushed by the same tectonic forces that are rearranging continents on Earth, evidence that it has a heat source. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Brain May 'Compensate' for Alzheimer's Damage
Science & Tech  (tags: science, Neuroscience, Health, Alzheimer's disease, research )

Ray
- 1 day ago - bbc.co.uk
The human brain may be able to compensate for some of the early changes seen in Alzheimer's disease, research in Nature Neuroscience shows.
U.S. Skygazers Could Get Rare Glimpse of Northern Lights
Science & Tech  (tags: space, science, news, interesting, nasa )

Carlene
- 2 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Stargazers across a wide swath of the United States could get a rare view on Friday of the northern lights, a colorful cosmic display normally only visible in far northern latitudes.
Underground Beauty
Science & Tech  (tags: world, society, science, news, humans, interesting, environment, nature, Symbiartic, SciArt Blit, celebration, september )

Darren
- 5 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
On Symbiartic, September is a month-long celebration of science artists called the SciArt Blitz. A different science artist is featured each day, so head over and check out the latest from the science art world.
NASA to Send Sample-Return Mission to Earth-Bound Asteroid
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, space, scientists, science, research, news, nasa, interesting, humans, astronomy, cosmology, asteroid, spacecraft, carbonaceous, collision )

Darren
- 5 days ago - scientificamerican.com
A spacecraft set to launch in 2016 will head for a carbonaceous asteroid that has a high probability of colliding with Earth in the 22nd century
Scientists Urge Government to Fund Basic Research
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Funding, Applied Science, Basic Science, Economic Value, Innovation )

Brian
- 7 days ago - cbc.ca
"While applied science is valuable and necessary to keep up in a competitive global economy, we need basic science as well to open new possibilities for true innovation."
Mad Science: 'Genetically Modified Micro Humans' to Be 'Farmed' for Drug Testing By 2017
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, concept, GeneticEngineering, humans, medicine, NewTechnology, research, science, technology )

Kathy
- 16 hours ago - myscienceacademy.org
Artificial humans will be 'farmed' with interacting organs that can be used in drug tests, speeding up the process of FDA and other government regulatory approvals, and supposedly without damaging rats or other animals currently used in laboratories.
 

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