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How Many Peanut Butter Sandwiches Does It Take to Fuel a Hulk?
It takes a lot of energy to jump over cliffs and hurl rocks at the speed of sound?and that means eating at superhero capacity.
10 hours ago
WIRED Science
How Many Peanut Butter Sandwiches Does It Take to Fuel a Hulk?
How Long Droughts Make Flooding Worse
Parched ground is less likely to absorb water and increases the risk of dangerous flash floods. But there are ways to mitigate these conditions.
12 hours ago
WIRED Science
How Long Droughts Make Flooding Worse
The Mini Missions Aboard the Artemis Rocket Pack a Big Punch
Ten tiny satellites will be hitching a ride en route to the moon, each with scientific objectives of their own.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
The Mini Missions Aboard the Artemis Rocket Pack a Big Punch
This De-Extinction Company Wants to Resurrect the Thylacine
For a company called Colossal, bringing back the wolf-sized marsupial is one step in a larger, mammoth plan.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
This De-Extinction Company Wants to Resurrect the Thylacine
Join Us for RE:WIRED Green
On September 28 we?ll bring together scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs, and more to spotlight ways that human ingenuity can fight the climate crisis.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Join Us for RE:WIRED Green
This Man Set the Record for Wearing a Brain-Computer Interface
Implanted devices let people control computers and prosthetic limbs with their minds. But nobody knows how long they"ll last"and when they"ll need upgrades.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
This Man Set the Record for Wearing a Brain-Computer Interface
This Wild Personal Aircraft Goes 155 Miles Per Hour and Does Flips on Command
Ah flying cars, elusive symbol of the future. They're a cool, exciting idea that's technologically feasible, yet always just a few years away. Yet talk of flying cars"be they air taxis, driving drones, or personal eVTOLs"has ramped up recently, with several companies introducing concept vehicles and ...
9 hours ago
Singularity HUB
This Wild Personal Aircraft Goes 155 Miles Per Hour and Does Flips on Command
After Millennia of Agricultural Expansion, the World Has Passed "Peak Agricultural Land"
Humans have been reshaping the planet's land for millennia by clearing wildlands to grow crops and raise livestock. As a result, humans have cleared one-third of the world's forests and two-thirds of wild grasslands since the end of the last ice age. This has come at a huge cost to the planet's biodiversity. ...
1 day ago
Singularity HUB
After Millennia of Agricultural Expansion, the World Has Passed "Peak Agricultural Land"
A New Vertical Farm Will Grow 3 Million Pounds of Mycelium a Year for Fungi-Based Bacon
Ask meat eaters and most would likely agree that one of the carnivorous delights non-meat-eaters are most missing out on is bacon. Salty, smoky, chewy, delectable on sandwiches, crumbled up in recipes, or eaten by hand'there's really nothing like it. Except now there is, according to startup MyForest ...
2 days ago
Singularity HUB
A New Vertical Farm Will Grow 3 Million Pounds of Mycelium a Year for Fungi-Based Bacon
To fight climate change, we need to start biking like the Dutch
Photo by Erhan Demirtas / NurPhoto via Getty Images If people around the world were as enthusiastic cyclers as they are in the Netherlands, we could cut an impressive amount of planet-heating pollution. The Dutch use bicycles to get around more than folks in any other country, ...
6 hours ago
Science - The Verge
To fight climate change, we need to start biking like the Dutch
A new way to smash the "forever" out of "forever chemicals"
Absorbent booms are used to contain aqueous film forming foams (AFFF) from spilling into the surface water in Bensalem Township, Pennsylvania, on February 7th, 2019. AFFF used in fighting fires can contain PFAS. | Photo by Bastiaan Slabbers / NurPhoto via Getty Images "Forever ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
A new way to smash the "forever" out of "forever chemicals"
Gummies are the next teen nicotine threat, feds say
Image: Krave Nic Flavored gummies are the new nicotine product in the crosshairs of the Food and Drug Administration, which is continuing its years-long crackdown on nicotine use by teens and young adults. The agency announced today that it issued a warning letter to Krave Nic, ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
Gummies are the next teen nicotine threat, feds say
The James Webb Space Telescope runs JavaScript, apparently
I look to the stars, and I see semicolons. | Image: NASA, ESA, CSA, and STScI It turns out that JavaScript, the programming language that web developers and users alike love to complain about, had a hand in delivering the stunning images that the James Webb Space Telescope has ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
The James Webb Space Telescope runs JavaScript, apparently
Period and pregnancy tracking apps have bad privacy protections, report finds
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Most popular period and pregnancy tracking apps don't have strong privacy protections, according to a new analysis from researchers at Mozilla. Leaky privacy policies in health apps are always a problem, but issues that fall into this ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Period and pregnancy tracking apps have bad privacy protections, report finds
New study suggests covid increases risks of brain disorders
2 hours ago
Yahoo Science
New study suggests covid increases risks of brain disorders
Where has a drought been declared, and what does it mean?
6 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Where has a drought been declared, and what does it mean?
Food crops made 20% more efficient at harnessing sunlight
22 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Food crops made 20% more efficient at harnessing sunlight
Brain-eating amoeba suspected in 2nd Midwest death
1 day ago
Yahoo Science
Brain-eating amoeba suspected in 2nd Midwest death
Mystery of half-billion year old creature with no anus solved
1 day ago
Yahoo Science
Mystery of half-billion year old creature with no anus solved
No human will fly to the moon on NASA's Artemis I mission, but mannequins, zero-gravity indicators, and mementos are going ...
1 day ago
Yahoo Science
No human will fly to the moon on NASA's Artemis I mission, but mannequins, zero-gravity indicators, and mementos are going ...
The Juicy Secrets of Stars That Eat Their Planets
As scientists study thousands of planets around the galaxy, they are learning more about worlds that get swallowed up by their stars.
9 hours ago
New York Times Science
The Juicy Secrets of Stars That Eat Their Planets
Forever Chemicals No More? PFAS Are Destroyed With New Technique
The harmful molecules are everywhere, but chemists have made progress in developing a method to break them down.
21 hours ago
New York Times Science
Forever Chemicals No More? PFAS Are Destroyed With New Technique
The Megalodon Was Bigger, Faster and Even Hungrier
A 3-D model developed by researchers suggests that the extinct megashark was fiercer than paleontologists previously imagined.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
The Megalodon Was Bigger, Faster and Even Hungrier
African Crater Adds an Asteroid Strike to the Late Dinosaur Era
The impact that made the submarine depression probably occurred close to the dinosaur-ending Chicxulub event, but researchers say much remains to be learned.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
African Crater Adds an Asteroid Strike to the Late Dinosaur Era
How Chewing Shaped Human Evolution
An experiment revealed that chomping on slightly tougher material requires markedly more energy. Spending less time on mastication may go hand in hand with human evolution.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
How Chewing Shaped Human Evolution
NASA's Big Rocket Reaches Launchpad. Next Stop: The Moon.
The Space Launch System and Orion capsule will launch on Aug. 29 to formally start the Artemis moon exploration program
2 days ago
New York Times Science
NASA's Big Rocket Reaches Launchpad. Next Stop: The Moon.
Legacy of ancient ice ages shapes how seagrasses respond to environmental threats today
Deep evolution casts a longer shadow than previously thought, scientists report in a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. U.S. National Science Foundation-supported scientists looked at eelgrass communities " the"
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
Legacy of ancient ice ages shapes how seagrasses respond to environmental threats today
Smoke from Western wildfires can influence Arctic sea ice, researchers find
Sea ice and wildfires may be more interconnected than previously thought, according to U.S. National Science Foundation-supported research published in Science Advances. By digging into the differences between climate models, researchers at the?
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
Smoke from Western wildfires can influence Arctic sea ice, researchers find
Interaction between humans and the environment is focus of 15 new NSF-funded projects
From Southwestern deserts to tropical mangrove reefs, everywhere humans live or go we impact the environment, and the environment impacts us. Fifteen new projects totaling more than $21.6 million funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation will?
2 days ago
National Science Foundation
Interaction between humans and the environment is focus of 15 new NSF-funded projects
Physicists research how aerosol particulates from wind instruments move through the air
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania supported by two grants from the U.S. National Science Foundation have studied the aerosols of musicians playing wind instruments. The findings will inform safety guidelines for not only musical?
2 days ago
National Science Foundation
Physicists research how aerosol particulates from wind instruments move through the air
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