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  • Climate Sensitivity Study Suggests Narrower Range of Potential Outcomes

    Climate Sensitivity Study Suggests Narrower Range of Potential Outcomes

    via The Guardian : Earth’s surface will almost certainly not warm up four or five degrees Celsius by 2100, according to a study which, if correct, voids worst-case UN climate change predictions. A revised calculation of how greenhouse gases drive up the planet’s temperature reduces the range of possible end-of-century outcomes by more than half, researchers said in the report, published in the journal Nature. “Our study all but rules out very low and very high […]

  • 2018 Entrepreneur’s recipe for Problem Solving

    2018 Entrepreneur’s recipe for Problem Solving

    via Huffpost : As we recap 2017 and reflect upon our experiences, I could not help but think about the time few months ago when my company (a part of it) was in a very tricky situation. The first reaction was – I am done, there is no way out of it. The second reaction – I can turn a blind eye and move on and things will get better by itself. The third reaction […]

  • It’s Time To Get Ready For Augmented Reality

    It’s Time To Get Ready For Augmented Reality

    via The Conversation : The world’s largest annual consumer technology show — CES 2018 in Las Vegas — ends today and some of the most exciting gadgets this year were on display in the augmented reality (AR) marketplace. This follows the news, announced in December, that 2018 will be the year the previously secretive company Magic Leap joins the likes of Microsoft, Meta, ODG, Mira and DAQRI to launch an AR headset. At the same time […]

  • Life On Earth Began With A Strange Change In Chemistry, New Theory Proposes

    Life On Earth Began With A Strange Change In Chemistry, New Theory Proposes

    via Newsweek : Scientists believe that life on Earth first formed about 3.8 billion years ago with simple, single-celled organisms. But how did the complex processes necessary for life begin in the first place? Scientists from NASA and the National Science Foundation have found a possible explanation of how the citric acid cycle, or the Krebs cycle, could have formed in early Earth. Every aerobic organism on Earth today needs the Krebs cycle, which uses a […]

  • How Women Entrepreneurs Can Make A Better 2018

    How Women Entrepreneurs Can Make A Better 2018

    via Forbes : 2017 is drawing to a close; it’s been a tough year, but it has also been one of a great deal of progress. Capped by the ongoing reckoning of sexual predation and assault, this year has been the starkest reminder that progress for women tends to be conditional: we get welcomed into the workforce at the price of sexual exploitation, and when that exploitation is challenged, our right to be angry is called […]

  • Office Entrepreneur Worker Undertake Computer Man

    Planning to be an entrepreneur? Ask yourself these 5 questions first

    via Economic Times : Starting a small business is on the minds of so many people these days. Not necessarily the kind that would fire the imagination of a venture capitalist and get listed at an eye-popping premium. We are talking about enterprises that are being set up by people who want to be their own bosses; who are tired of the office routine; who see business ideas around; who want to earn more and enjoy […]

  • The Physics of Plastics Sheets…And Their Invisible Force Fields?

    The Physics of Plastics Sheets…And Their Invisible Force Fields?

    via WIRED : WHEN YOU WANDER around the internet, sometimes you can find some crazy stuff. Check this out: It’s an old account of a weird phenomena created by giant plastic sheets at 3M Corporation. In short, these fast-moving, electrically-charged plastic sheets created some type of effect that prevented humans from passing through an invisible wall. It sounds a lot like some type of force field, right? I’m honestly skeptical that this is real, but let’s […]

  • Office Entrepreneur Worker Undertake Computer Man

    Planning To Be An Entrepreneur? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions First

    via Economic Times : Starting a small business is on the minds of so many people these days. Not necessarily the kind that would fire the imagination of a venture capitalist and get listed at an eye-popping premium. We are talking about enterprises that are being set up by people who want to be their own bosses; who are tired of the office routine; who see business ideas around; who want to earn more and enjoy […]

  • German Archaeologists Find Collection of Ancient Clay Seals in Turkey

    German Archaeologists Find Collection of Ancient Clay Seals in Turkey

    via Sci News : Archaeologists from the University of Münster, Germany, have unearthed a large collection of 1,800-year-old clay seals, or bullae, at the ancient city of Doliche, which was part of the province of Syria in Roman times. “This unique group of over 1,000 artifacts from the municipal archive of Doliche (modern-day Dülük, Turkey) gives many insights into the local Greco-Roman pantheon — from Zeus to Hera to the soldier god Jupiter Dolichenus, who turned […]

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    10 Good Nature Conservation News Stories From 2017

    via HUFFPOST : Nature conservation can seem like a long and arduous journey. Current issues, from climate change to protecting North Atlantic right whales, can seem overwhelming. But our history should give us hope. Many young people today are unaware about ozone depletion or pollution that once caused the egg shells of wild birds to thin and crack. These were once big, complex political conservation issues, but thanks to past efforts, we have moved from problem […]