The investigators want the halt until the full extent of the deaths can be assessed. Estimates per year now range from a low of about a thousand by BrightSource to 28,000 by an expert for the Center for Biological Diversity environmental group.
As you know climate change has been happening throughout the history. Now it seems that it happens much more quickly than people had once thought? However I guess most of you have noticed that the climate is changing. Today everyone is talking about climate change and we think that if it has never happened before, we are safe in assuming it is not going to happen with us in the future. But there is exceptions there. And climate change is the exceptions that can bring the disastrous impact on the Earth and all the stuff of life. Therefore we cant stop worrying about.
Often people ignore the fact that our planet and we, people who live on, are whole and inseparable as we exist in a living natural system. In my view, what we need today is to realize that both humanity and earth are whole and depend on each other directly. The ecology is complex systems and its vulnerability is extremely high. We should learn to acquire a better understanding of it. Today we are able to keep track on the climate observing, impacts and future risks of its changes, including opportunities for societies, economies, and ecosystems around the world.
Sometimes we can hear that there’s no sign climate change, but unfortunately that’s not true. You can see repeated and absolutely unpredictable hurricanes, lightning, storms, tornadoes, floods, heavy snowfalls, earthquakes, to say nothing about fluctuations of temperature that is noticeable sign of the bad tends as well. Now we have learned to keep the track of events with The Weather Channel or with any other trusted climate reports.
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What we can do?
We are still able to do a lot. Whether you’re driving your car, using electricity for heating and cooling, lighting, and operating equipment you help to make the air cleaner at least. Green up your life, this is first step you’re able to do to protect the climate.
What is happening now?
We see that in different regions around the world is evidence of the global climate change, the Eath have never ever faced such weather conditions which bring a range of risks from common collapse and distraction to deaths in extreme high temperatures to changing patterns of infectious diseases.
Climate have changed and I have nothing to add just follow recommendations and don’t be caught without the latest weather news.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. offers TV Samsung Smart TV series almost every year. Actually now its catalog currently includes over 3.5 million licensed feature and animated films from leading international film studios, including Sony Pictures, Disney, Warner Bros. and FOX, Universal.
Now, with Smart Interaction Samsung TV. You’re able to ‘listen, see and do’ what you want, without ever touching a remote control. The TV will be even more intuitive to your needs. You will be able to interact with your Samsung Smart TVs just like we interact with people, using voice, gestures and face. Take a look. The face recognition seamlessly logs in each family member to their own Smart Hub profile. You will see your apps. Your family members will see theirs.
Students of Vanderbilt University are developing a model to find stars that swallow planets explained how planets are formed and help find other Earth-like planets outside of our solar system.
“Trey has shown that we can actually model the chemical signature of a star in detail, element by element, and determine how that signature is changed by the ingestion of Earth-like planets,” said Vanderbilt Professor of Astronomy Keivan Stassun, who supervised the study. “After obtaining a high-resolution spectrum for a given star, we can actually detect that signature in detail, element by element.”
Student of Astronomy, Trey Mack, developed the model that shows what happens to a star when it swallows Earth-like planets during its development. Mack then applied this model to two twin stars to find out if they are so-called “Earth-eaters”.
April 12 was already a huge day in space history twenty years before the launch of the first shuttle mission. On that day in 1961, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin (left, on the way to the launch pad) became the first human in space, making a 108-minute orbital flight in his Vostok 1 spacecraft. Newspapers like The Huntsville Times (right) trumpeted Gagarin’s accomplishment.
Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin was a Soviet pilot and cosmonaut. He was the first human to journey into outer space, when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth on 12 April 1961.
Gagarin became an international celebrity, and was awarded many medals and titles, including Hero of the Soviet Union, the nation’s highest honour. Vostok 1 marked his only spaceflight, but he served as backup crew to the Soyuz 1 mission (which ended in a fatal crash). Gagarin later became deputy training director of the Cosmonaut Training Centre outside Moscow, which was later named after him. Gagarin died in 1968 when the MiG-15 training jet he was piloting crashed.
“It’s now reality and it’s not science fiction. It’s actually real. You can look at it. It’s firing,” said Klunder, who planned to discuss progress on the system later on Monday with military and industry leaders at a major maritime event – the Sea-Air-Space Exposition – near Washington.
“It will help us in air defense, it will help us in cruise missile defense, it will help us in ballistic missile defense,” he said. “We’re also talking about a gun that’s going to shoot a projectile that’s about one one-hundredth of the cost of an existing missile system today.”
Navy laser weapon with ‘video game-like controller’ set to deploy.
The super-sensation is the artificial womb exists. In Tokyo, researchers have developed a technique called EUFI — extrauterine fetal incubation. They have taken goat fetuses, threaded catheters through the large vessels in the umbilical cord and supplied the fetuses with oxygenated blood while suspending them in incubators that contain artificial amniotic fluid heated to body temperature.
Doctors are developing artificial wombs in which embryos can grow outside a woman’s body. The work has been hailed as a breakthrough in treating the childless.
Scientists have created prototypes made out of cells extracted from women’s bodies. Embryos successfully attached themselves to the walls of these laboratory wombs and began to grow. However, experiments had to be terminated after a few days to comply with in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) regulations.
Yoshinori Kuwabara, chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Juntendo University in Tokyo, has been working on artificial placentas for a decade. His interest grew out of his clinical experience with premature infants, and as he writes in a recent abstract, ”It goes without saying that the ideal situation for the immature fetus is growth within the normal environment of the maternal organism.”
Kuwabara and his associates have kept the goat fetuses in this environment for as long as three weeks. But the doctor’s team ran into problems with circulatory failure, along with many other technical difficulties. Pressed to speculate on the future, Kuwabara cautiously predicts that ”it should be possible to extend the length” and, ultimately, ”this can be applied to human beings.”
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The unusual object photographed by NASA’s Clementine spacecraft, launched in 1994 has been found on the Moon. Using the actual Google Moon coordinates of the object — 22º42’38.46″N and 142º34’44.52″E — Huffington Post checked it out for ourselves. The other objects were found by HuffPost while maneuvering around the moon’s surface with the Google Moon viewer. While not as perfectly symmetrical as the original object’s seven lights, these others are, nonetheless, as intriguing to look at.
Group of Canadian and German scientists have created the model of human brain in unprecedented resolution. It explores the anatomy of a single brain in three dimensions at far greater detail than before, a possibility its creators hope will guide the quest to map brain activity in humans. The resource, dubbed the BigBrain, was created as part of the European Human Brain Project and is freely available online for scientists to use.
Alan Evans, a professor at the Montreal Neurological Institute at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and senior author of a paper that reports the results in the journal Science, says his team then took on “the technical challenge of trying to stitch together 7,500 sheets of Saran wrap” into a three-dimensional object using digital image processing. Many slices had small rips, tears, and distortions, so the team manually edited the images to fix major signs of damage and then used an automated program for minor fixes. Guided by previously taken MRI images and relationships between neighboring sections, they then aligned the sections to create a continuous 3-D object representing about a terabyte of data.
The US air force has test flown an F-16 fighter jet without a pilot on board for the first time in the latest sign of the military’s increasing reliance on drones.
The robotic F-16 flew for 55 minutes with an empty cockpit from a Florida base last week as part of a programme that would see the converted fighter jet used as a target for pilots in training, manufacturer Boeing said.
“It was really amazing to see an F-16 take off with nobody in it,” said Michelle Shelhamer from Boeing, which has adapted the plane for the US military.
The aircraft is one of six “retired” F-16 jets that would be used as aerial targets for fighter pilots training for air-to-air combat, she said.
“They’re basically built to be shot down,” she said. “It’s full-scale, real world, real life, combat training – not with a simulator or anything else.”