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Neil deGrasse Tyson Says We Can Use Hurricanes to Power the Cities of Tomorrow

Neil deGrasse Tyson Says We Can Use Hurricanes to Power the Cities of Tomorrow

mag813 October 5, 2017 0

It’s an undeniable fact that people all over the world have had to deal with a concerning number of powerful hurricanes this year. In the U.S. alone, hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria have done irreparable damage

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Harvest Moon To Fill Night Sky In Spooktacular Fashion

Harvest Moon To Fill Night Sky In Spooktacular Fashion

mag813 October 4, 2017 0

It’s officially the spooky season, and what better way to enjoy it than watching this month’s most spellbinding moon? On Thursday, stargazers — or really, anyone who happens to look up — will be

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One Hour of Exercise a Week Can Be Enough to Prevent Depression

One Hour of Exercise a Week Can Be Enough to Prevent Depression

mag813 October 3, 2017 0

We know that exercise or even just a regular stroll outside can have massive benefits for both our mental and physical health. But now researchers have delivered surprisingly good news on this front – a large data analysis has revealed

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Most Americans Agree That Climate Change Makes Hurricanes More Intense

Most Americans Agree That Climate Change Makes Hurricanes More Intense

mag813 September 29, 2017 0

Does climate change make hurricanes worse? Yes – warmer ocean waters make them wetter, more powerful, windier and, as is increasingly the case, more likely to cause wanton destruction. There are a few variables

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Sea Turtles Are Coming Back From The Brink of Extinction

Sea Turtles Are Coming Back From The Brink of Extinction

mag813 September 22, 2017 0

It’s not often humanity gets to pat itself on the back for a positive effect on the environment, but researchers are hailing sea turtles as a “global conservation success story” as population numbers climb.

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Inked In… New Research Reveals Tattoo Ink Particles Circulate Inside the Body

Inked In… New Research Reveals Tattoo Ink Particles Circulate Inside the Body

mag813 September 19, 2017 0

First of its kind research by scientists in Germany and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, France has revealed that tattoo ink leaves behind micro and nanoparticles that travel inside the body. The scientists

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According To Science, Here Are The Top Things To Avoid So That People Won’t Hate You

According To Science, Here Are The Top Things To Avoid So That People Won’t Hate You

mag813 September 19, 2017 0

Everyone’s got a story about how they thought a certain friend was mean the first time they met, but realized later that he or she is actually the nicest person ever. Generally, you’ve only

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Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Puerto Rico As A Major Storm

Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Puerto Rico As A Major Storm

mag813 September 18, 2017 0

Hurricane Maria, now a Category 3 storm, will hit the Leeward Islands on the edge of the Caribbean Sea on Monday night, forecasters say, threatening areas that are still coping with the devastation brought

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Is It Time For A Whole New Category of Hurricanes?

Is It Time For A Whole New Category of Hurricanes?

mag813 September 18, 2017 0

There’s been a devastating trail of destruction and flooding along the east Atlantic coast in the last few weeks following Hurricane Harvey and now Hurricane Irma. The latter, recently moving across Florida, was the strongest sustained hurricane ever

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What Role Is Climate Change Playing In The Development Of Hurricanes?

What Role Is Climate Change Playing In The Development Of Hurricanes?

mag813 September 13, 2017 0

Hurricane Irma is hovering somewhere between being the most- and second-most powerful hurricane recorded in the Atlantic. It follows Harvey, which dumped trillions of gallons of water on South Texas. And now, Hurricane Jose

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