The Philadelphia Diatom Archive is a Way, a Way, Wayback Machine

However, in recent decades, the once-dynamic coastal margin has been dominated by the sea, pushing further afield as sea level rises. Over the past century, sea level along New Jersey has risen by 0.45 metres, more than double the global average of 0.18 metres. By 2100, the sea could rise by more than a metre. … Read more

How to watch NASA’s Dart spacecraft crash into an asteroid

Artist’s depiction of the DART spacecraft approaching an asteroid. Clarification: NASA DART’s demise has finally come to an end, as NASA’s spacecraft is on a collision course with the tiny asteroid Demorphos. Here’s how you can witness this all-important asteroid-distracting experiment. An acronym for the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, the DART . mission It is … Read more

The eruption of the Tonga volcano was unusual, it could even warm the earth

NEW YORK (Associated Press) — When an undersea volcano in Tonga erupted in January, its watery eruption was massive and unusual — and scientists are still trying to understand its effects. The volcano, known as Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai, released millions of tons of water vapor high into the atmosphere, according to The study was published … Read more

The eruption of the Tonga volcano was unusual, it could even warm the earth

NEW YORK (Associated Press) — When an undersea volcano in Tonga erupted in January, its watery eruption was massive and unusual — and scientists are still trying to understand its effects. The volcano, known as Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai, released millions of tons of water vapor high into the atmosphere, according to The study was published … Read more

The eruption of the Tonga volcano was unusual, it could even warm the earth

New York — When an undersea volcano in Tonga erupted in January, its watery eruption was massive and unusual — and scientists are still trying to understand its effects. A study published Thursday in the journal Science reports that the volcano, known as Henga Tonga Hong Hapai, released millions of tons of water vapor high … Read more

Lululemon Hotty Shorts Targeted In Protests

Lululemon (lulu) In the past, he had to deal with criticism making clothes This is “too stingy”. Back in 2013, the sportswear company I have to mention New black leggings amid frequent customer complaints that they were too see-through and showed too much of the wearer’s body. What could have just been a summons moved … Read more

The United States is measuring extreme temperatures incorrectly

Late In the 1970s, a Texas physicist and textile engineer named Robert Steadman published a research paper titled “contempt evaluation. The title reflects an unpleasant kind of steam—how temperature and humidity combine to make life difficult for the body. To do so, he relied on a long history of experimentation. In the eighteenth century, people … Read more

These fossil mummies reveal a monstrous world long before the life of a T-Rex

childish Listrosaurus moray Layer-coated skeleton interpreted as mummified skin. picture: Courtesy Roger Smith It was a time of catastrophic change. Most life on Earth has been wiped out, global temperatures have increased dramatically, and the weather has intensified in extremes. That anything survived in this hostile environment is remarkable, however, some plants and animals persisted. … Read more

ArianeGroup unveils concept for a reusable spacecraft in the upper case

Artist depiction of SUSIE performing a vertical landing (video speed 2.5 times). GIF: ArianeGroup / Gizmodo French aerospace company ArianeGroup has unveiled a concept for a reusable upper stage spacecraft capable of delivering heavy payloads into space and carrying out manned missions before landing vertically on Earth. It was SUSIE, short for Smart Upper Stage … Read more

The Webb Space Telescope captures Mars for the first time

The Webb Space Telescope captured Mars at two different wavelengths using its near-infrared camera.Draw: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, and Mars JWST/GTO . Team The Web Space Telescope We’ve been dazzled by images of distant galaxies and shimmering nebulae, but now we’ve brought back his first images of Mars, our neighboring solar system. The newly released … Read more