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Tiny 'Atomic Memory' Device Could Store All Books Ever Written
Science & Tech  (tags: memory, storage, computers )

Freya
- 1 day ago - livescience.com
A new "atomic memory" device that encodes data atom by atom can store hundreds of times more data than current hard disks can, a new study finds.
Take Action: Swarm the EPA!
Science & Tech  (tags: bees, epa, environment, pesticide, bee killer )

Dogan
- 14 hours ago - environmentcalifornia.webaction.org
Millions of bees are dying off, with alarming consequences for our environment and our food supply. It's urgent we protect our bees. That's why we're swarming the EPA with more than 50,000 petitions to ban bee-killing pesticides by July 31.
Clouds High in VenusâEUR(TM) Atmosphere Reveal Features on PlanetâEUR(TM)s Surface | Planetary Science | Sci-News.Com
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, Venus, couds, surface )

Nelson
- 1 day ago - sci-news.com
Using data from ESA's Venus Express spacecraft, European planetary researchers have shown how weather patterns seen in Venus' cloud layers are directly linked to the topography of the surface below.<br />
Solar-Powered Machine Turns Urine Into Drinkable Water
Science & Tech  (tags: NewTechnology, Solar Power )

Evan
- 6 hours ago - engadget.com
Scientists from a Belgian university have built a solar-powered machine that can turn urine into drinkable water. They deployed it at a 10-day music and theater festival in central Ghent, Belgium.
Prehistoric Village Likely Torched By Bronze-Age Warriors
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, University of Cambridge, Bronze Age Archaeology, Must Farm UK, discovery, investigation, news, science, research )

Cat
- 1 hour ago - livescience.com
More on Must Farm. A fire that destroyed a Bronze Age village in the marshlands of eastern England around 3,000 years ago may have been set on purpose, possibly in a raid by warriors.
Torn-Apart Galaxy May Be Exacting Revenge on the Milky Way | New Scientist
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, galaxy )

Nelson
- 2 hours ago - newscientist.com
It's poetic justice on a cosmic scale. The same galaxy that the Milky Way is tearing apart may be responsible for a mysterious warp in our galaxy's disc.
Photos: Prehistoric Village Holds Bronze-Age Treasures
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, Cambridge University, Bronze Age Archaeology, Cambridgeshire UK, Must Farm UK, discovery, humans, science, research, news )

Cat
- 2 hours ago - livescience.com
Fantastic photos. Archaeologists from Cambridge University are bringing to an end an extensive 10-month excavation of a Bronze Age settlement at Must Farm.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot Is Making Its Atmosphere Hotter | New Scientist
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, Jupiter, hot spot.temperature )

Nelson
- 1 hour ago - newscientist.com
The Great Red Spot - a massive storm system three times wider than the Earth - is heating the atmosphere high above it to temperatures hundreds of degrees warmer than anywhere else on the planet.
Planet Nine May Have Tilted Entire Solar System Except the Sun | New Scientist
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, Planet X, Solar System, tilt )

Nelson
- 1 hour ago - newscientist.com
A jealous Planet Nine may have shoved its siblings for attention. If a massive ninth planet exists in our solar system, it might explain why the planets are out of line with the sun.
Einstein's Clock: The Doomed Black Hole to Set Your Watch By | New Scientist
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, black hole )

Nelson
- 48 minutes ago - newscientist.com
Meet a black hole new to the neighbourhood, weighing 140 million suns. That's nothing to sneeze at: this plucky upstart is 35 times more massive than the black hole that holds court at the centre of our Milky Way.
   

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