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Fragile Earth Aug 23 82 26 rss
A shallow depth 6.2 earthquake has ocurred near Rome. 10 KM SE of Norcia. USGS shows 92 responses in 45 cities saying it was felt. It was preceeded by a 3.9-4.0 5 minutes prior.
Aircraft Projects Aug 25 29 22 rss
Hello ATS friends I began flying about 13 months ago after I went up with a friend in his LSA and fell in love with aviation on the spot. Decided shortly after that I wanted to pursue my Private Pilot's License. I did all my training in a PA28-161 Piper Warrior and then once I passed my check ride I moved on to a Cessna 172L Skyhawk....
Fragile Earth Aug 22 39 15 rss
By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times - Friday, August 19, 2016 Climate-change activists are mobilizing to cut the birthrate, arguing that richer nations should discourage people having children in order to protect them from the ravages of global warming and reduce emissions....
Space Exploration Aug 18 64 40 rss
There is information coming in that our closest star neighbor, Proxima Centauri, may have a potentially habitable, Earth like planet orbiting this red dwarf. Proxima Centauri in relative terms is a literal hop skip and jump away at 4.25 light years. While this may be difficult to get to in a reasonable amount time with...
Did not see this posted here today, but this is fascinating, although my understanding of it is not great. a move that could completely alter our understanding of the universe, a new study confirmed the possible discovery of a fifth fundamental force of nature. Published by theoretical physicists...
The , for the unfamiliar, is an auto-injector for emergency allergy situations. However, parents discovered during this back-to-school season that they may not be able to afford these life-saving devices. The Myland pharmaceutical company has raised the prices of the EpiPen by nearly 400% The EpiPen is filled with epinephrine, which...
Fragile Earth Aug 16 21 16 rss
New Doom Porn, ATS. This article discusses the newly coined "Marine Heatwave" phenomenom. Marine Heatwaves are areas of intense heat in the ocean(s), namely, in the Pacific Ocean we had the Blob in 2014-2015 but now other areas of the Earth are showing signs also; namely Australia. So now we have something new to...
As one who has often referred to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals as the 9th "Circus" Court of Appeals, I'm very happy to give credit where credit is due... and it's about damn time!!! A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Justice Department...
Fragile Earth Aug 18 99 14 rss
Was July hot to anyone else out there? Well no surprise. It was FREAKING hot out. How hot? It broke the global record (which was set by the previous July) NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ― two leading global authorities on climate ― both say July 2016 was not only the hottest July on record, but...
Aircraft Projects Aug 19 57 11 rss
Northrop Grumman’s entry for the T-X competition was publicly revealed on 19 August in Mojave, California. Dubbed the Model 400, the Northrop bid is powered by a single GE Aviation F404-102D engine with 17,200lb-thrust, according to the US Federal Aviation Adminitration’s aircraft registration database. Scaled Composites, the Northrop subsidiary...
Space Exploration Aug 20 42 12 rss
Hope I'm not running a repeat, but saw this browsing news today. Reported by the Motley Fool: urce=yahoo-2&yptr=yahoo Good news for Moon Express, and for space investors everywhere: Mr. Jain is going to get his shot at the Moon. Earlier this month, in the press release heard round the world, the U.S. government approved...
Space Exploration Aug 16 29 11 rss
When I was a kid my dad use to say space was never ending, infinite. He would ask how could it end and say if you were flying through space and came to a big wall with a sign saying this is end of space, what is on the other side? More space. When you are a kid infinite is a hard number to wrap your head around. If space is infinite then stars and planets and LIFE is infinite right?...
From: Science alert 12 Aug 2016 by Fiona MacDonald Subtitle: "This is why a lot of peer-reviewed research is wrong Don't believe everything you read." . . Science is hard. If you want to make a new discovery, you not only have to observe an effect, test your hypothesis, have it peer-reviewed and published - your...
While browsing the mathematical encyclopedia Wolfram Mathworld, I came across a page on "Euler's Number Triangle". On this page is a plot formed...
Troubling yes it is. Too much power again, i say, in the hands of the insane. 1947 Rockefeller Patent Shows Origins...
Space Exploration Jul 31 91 72 rss
The image below just came in from Curiosity's MAHLI cam, it's a close-up shot of a rock showing features that - at least to me - are reminiscent of fossilized biological...
Well, there you have it folks. The DEA has spoken. Marijuana stays on Schedule I. It has no medical purpose. It is just like all the other Schedule I drugs such as heroin, GHB and Bath Salts. Now cocaine is Schedule II drug...
Fragile Earth Aug 1 49 27 rss
Perhaps the most stunning aspect of this behavior is that it's not just a few isolated incidents. Humpback whale rescue teams have been witnessed foiling...
For so long have we tried to produce/detect dark matter using bulky complex & relatively inefficient machines and whose energy requirements are exorbitant....
Fluoride is commonly found in tap water thanks to a process called fluoridation – which the U.S. government has been repeatedly telling us is a safe and effective way to protect teeth from decay, according to Global...
Fragile Earth Jul 27 72 31 rss
(Not sure if correct forum - please move if needed!) What luck! I stepped outside just now at my home near Sacramento, California and a bright light caught my eye. Saw a fireball entry that was more impressive...
Fragile Earth Jul 21 21 28 rss
During the Permian extinction event around 250 million years ago it is said the volcanic activity started the process and warmed...

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  7. EPA Chief concedes climate rule; it's about 'reinventing a global economy' 194
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