Ice loss in 2016: A year in review

It was a record year for ice. The topic was shortage. There’s less ice on Earth than there has been in some time. Ice sheets are contracting, ice sheets are liquefying, ocean ice is retreating. On the off chance that there is a silver coating, it is that people are more mindful of these patterns than they were five or 10 years prior. In 2016, More...

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These charts clearly show how some Olympic swimmers may have gotten an unfair advantage

A few years ago, researchers from Indiana University discovered a disturbing pattern at the 2013 Swimming World Championships in Barcelona. According to the lap-time data, athletes assigned to the outer lanes of More...

By Admin: WowYar On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
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First proposed human test of CRISPR passes initial safety review

A malignancy study that would speak to the principal utilization of the super hot quality altering apparatus CRISPR in individuals passed a key wellbeing survey today. The proposed clinical trial, in which specialists More...

By Admin: WowYar On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
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High blood sugar could mean lower risk of one type of brain tumor

The revelation could reveal insight into the advancement of meningiomas, tumors emerging from the mind and spinal string that are generally not harmful but rather that can require hazardous surgery and influence More...

By Admin: WowYar On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
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Making computers reason and learn by analogy

Northwestern University’s Ken Forbus is shutting the hole amongst people and machines. Utilizing psychological science speculations, Forbus and his associates have built up a model that could give PCs the More...

By Admin: WowYar On Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
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Energy Use Reduction in Industrial Refrigeration Plants With Minimal Capital Expenditure

Condensing Pressure Drives Energy Use in Refrigeration Plants A refrigeration plant can “produce” the same amount of cold working at different levels of condensing pressure. While variations in pressure More...