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Maya Bay coral "far from finished"

by Pratch Rujivanrom The corals at Maya Bay are not strong enough to cope with the influx of visitors. The latest from the National Park, the Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department (DNP) explaining the causes of indefinite closure of the bay. Although the iconic tourist attraction in Krabi's Had Nopparat Tara-Mu-Ko Phi Phi National Park has been demarcated for four …

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Hubble space telescope in "safe mode" after gyro failure

NASA has discontinued science operations with the Hubble Space Telescope and put the observatory in a safe "safe mode" while engineers troubleshoot problems with one of the spacecraft's three remaining gyroscopes, used to help aim the telescope and keep it locked on target, officials said Monday. Ken Sembach, director of the Space Telescope Science Institute at Johns Hopkins University in …

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6 harmful conclusions from the IPCC Special Climate Report

A cruel dose of climate change news has emerged, and the best researchers urge us to handle it – now. The United Nations Intergovernmental Conference on Climate Change (IPCC) – The Global Agency, which is responsible for providing objective analyzes of the societal impacts of climate change – released a powerful report Sunday evening. It was concluded that limitation of …

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Life or death response in the UN global warming report

WASHINGTON – The prevention of an additional individual degree of heat can make a difference between life and death in the coming decades for a lot of people and ecosystems on this warming plan, an international panel of researchers said Sunday. But they give little hope that the world will rise to the challenge. The Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on …

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The UN report on global warming carries a warning of life or death

WASHINGTON (AP) – Preventing an additional individual degree of heat can make a difference between life and death in the coming decades for a lot of people and ecosystems on this hot planet, an international panel of researchers said on Sunday. But they give little hope that the world will rise to the challenge. The Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on …

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Voyager 2 discovers tips that interstellar space is nearby

Graphically showing the location of Voyagers 1 and 2 Graphic: NASA / JPL-CalTech Six years ago, Voyager 1 informed the spacecraft that it had become the first artificial object to enter interstellar space. Now, Voyager 2 has begun to send signs that its own output from the solar system could come soon. Two of Voyager 2 instruments have measured an …

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Drilling into the climate-human evolutionary connection

October 8, 2018 How does Captain America's shield remain virtually indestructible when subjected to the Hulk's strength or Thor's hammer? The answer lies in the shield's composition: a synthetically engineered alloy of the fictional elements of vibrant and proto -adamantium. De karakteristieken van deze metalen fusie zorgen ervoor dat het schild om energie absorbeert en een ongelofelijk bedrag van kracht …

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Mover and shaker in the old Mayan community

Researchers analyzed the microscopic markings on excavated stone tools, including this to discover new discoveries about the ancient Mayan more than 1,000 years ago. Credit: LSU Salt is important for life. When ancient civilizations evolved from hunters and collectors to agricultural communities, it has not been clear how people acquired this mineral, which is a biological necessity. However, an anthropologist …

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