Category Archives: Science

Climate Change

A new approach that might work. A short TED video.

 

Biology – Batteries

An amazing young women who might be on to something revolutionary.

 

Computers – Machine Learning

School Testing

How this approach is going to change the world dramatically very soon.

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Very Unusual Photography

Boats full of United States troops waiting to leave Weymouth, June 1944

Left click and hold on each photo, and then drag your mouse gently from

left to right on the original photograph and it will become a photo of the

exact same location and view today – drag it back to the left and you are back in 1944!

Use scroll bar to see additional photos

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Teaching – What’s Wrong

Prof Op

A TED video on Teaching Science

A lesson to be learned by all teachers and text book publishers

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Satellite Imaging – Of Earth Daily

Earth Space

Above is the current earth image from a satellite..
A new technology changing imaging dramatically.

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How the Wolves Changed Yellowstone

Wolf

What a vast improvement…

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AI- Breakthroughs

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The Three Breakthroughs That Have Finally Unleashed AI on the World
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Food Waste – A Solution

Food Waste

Could food waste power our cities?

Harvest Power’s Energy Garden in Orlando, Florida

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In two giant airtight vats at Harvest Power’s Energy Garden in central Florida, quadrillions of microorganisms are feasting on orange peels, wilted lettuce, burnt bread crusts, and other food discarded by humans. In less than a month, these ravenous creatures consume waste that would have taken years to decompose in a landfill.

The Unseen World

EarthR

Things you have never seen…

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The Big Bang

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Listening to the Big Bang By Brian Greene

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Just-reported ripples in space may open a window on the very beginning of the universe

For six months each year, the perennially dark and wind-swept plains of the southern polar ice cap have an average temperature of about 58 degrees Fahrenheit below zero. In summer, when the sun returns for its six-month-long day, the glacial terrain hardly becomes more inviting, with temperatures climbing to minus 20 degrees. Not the kind of place most of us would choose to visit.

Science – Education

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Everyone interested interested in teaching our children Science must look at this…

Climate Change – A Win Win Solution

Climate

Climate Change
Animals are the solution – a most amazing approach
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