These memories can’t wait…
- Scientists witness memories in the act of being made for the first time in history.
- Is uranium the new coal?
- Forget fossil and nuclear fuels – Go fly a kite!
- A real-world timeline for futuristic films.
- Carbon dioxide levels are hitting their 2 million year peak. All while the oceans warm 2x faster than predicted. Whoops…
- Pow! Right to the Moon! And by right, I mean right now. More here about NASA’s first moon-shot in ten years (that launched Thursday).
- Deep core sample from N. Atlantic provides 500,000 year-old record of climate.
- This week’s proof of the coming robot revolution – Military ‘bots to be taught rules of war.
- And yet even more proof… A.I. being programmed to annihilate the planet in a round of Defcon. Shall… we… play… a… game?
- When it comes to ancient sperm, apparently size did matter.
- In a time where water-snakes foretell the future.
- Hey Parthenon, why so blue?
- Come sail away, come sail away, come sail away with me – on a Martian lake.
- Regenerating salamanders may yield promise for amputees.
- Navigate ocean trends on your desktop with NASA’s sea level viewer. Snorkel and fins not included.
- Well I’ll be a monkey’s uncle, literally.
- The days for Io’s volcanic activity are numbered.
- New supercomputer in Toronto to plumb the origins of the universe. “42!”
- The solar system’s so-called ‘goldilocks zones’ appear to have less porridge than we first thought.
- New teraflop computer creates first fully simulated sunspot.
- Melting glaciers threaten Silk Road.
- Blue skies at night in the UK, thanks to notilucent clouds.
- Is that a monster in your closet or are you just terrified to see me?
Hale and Hazzah to RMG, Greg & RPJ
Quote of the Day:
“Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before…”