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Weekend was a scorcher while Hurricane Kiko now a Category 2 - Hawaii Tribune Herald
Weekend was a scorcher while Hurricane Kiko now a Category 2 - Hawaii Tribune Herald
  • Hawaiitribune-herald.com
  • 7 hours ago

In East Hawaii, predictions for a wet weekend failed to materialize and record heat temperatures were instead recorded.

What a little more computing power can do - The MIT Tech
What a little more computing power can do - The MIT Tech
  • Mit.edu
  • 7 hours ago

Commercial cloud service providers give artificial intelligence computing at MIT a boost.

New technology allows fleets to double fishing capacity—and deplete fish stocks faster - Phys.org
New technology allows fleets to double fishing capacity—and deplete fish stocks faster - Phys.org
  • Phys.org
  • 7 hours ago

Technological advances are allowing commercial fishing fleets to double their fishing power every 35 years and put even more pressure on dwindling fish stocks, new research has found.

Massive, blimplike experiment lowers weight limit on neutrino - Science Magazine
Massive, blimplike experiment lowers weight limit on neutrino - Science Magazine
  • Sciencemag.org
  • 7 hours ago

Physicist still don’t know the particle’s mass, but they’ve halved the possible range

Early results hint newfound interstellar comet is 'very red' - Astronomy Magazine
Early results hint newfound interstellar comet is 'very red' - Astronomy Magazine
  • Astronomy.com
  • 7 hours ago

Although it came from another star, astronomers say the latest interstellar interloper shares some striking similarities with comets from our own solar system.

Uncovering the hidden “noise” that can kill qubits - MIT News
Uncovering the hidden “noise” that can kill qubits - MIT News
  • Mit.edu
  • 19 hours ago

New detection tool could be used to make quantum computers robust against unwanted environmental disturbances.

New route to carbon-neutral fuels from carbon dioxide discovered - Phys.org
New route to carbon-neutral fuels from carbon dioxide discovered - Phys.org
  • Phys.org
  • 19 hours ago

If the idea of flying on battery-powered commercial jets makes you nervous, you can relax a little. Researchers have discovered a practical starting point for converting carbon dioxide into sustainable liquid fuels, including fuels for heavier modes of tr

Most massive neutron star ever detected strains the limits of physics - CNN
Most massive neutron star ever detected strains the limits of physics - CNN
  • CNN
  • 19 hours ago

Astronomers have detected the most massive neutron star ever, and it almost shouldn't even exist.

Blaming video games for school shootings may reflect racist beliefs, study says - Daily Mail
Blaming video games for school shootings may reflect racist beliefs, study says - Daily Mail
  • Daily Mail
  • 19 hours ago

A study has found that we are more likely to blame a school shooting on video games if the perpetrator is white. This is because we see them as not fitting the racial stereotype of a violent person.

Not Only Didn't We Find Water On An Earth-Like Exoplanet, But We Can't With Current Technology - Forbes
Not Only Didn't We Find Water On An Earth-Like Exoplanet, But We Can't With Current Technology - Forbes
  • Forbes.com
  • 1 days ago

It's a great scientific opportunity of modern times, but we won't get there with our current observatories.

Immune Response Depends on Mathematics of Narrow Escape Problem - SciTechDaily
Immune Response Depends on Mathematics of Narrow Escape Problem - SciTechDaily
  • Scitechdaily.com
  • 1 days ago

The shape of immune cells plays key role in recognizing invaders. The way immune cells pick friends from foes can be described by a classic mathematics puzzle known as the "narrow escape problem." That's a key finding arising from an international collabo

New 'flying dragon of the north' with F-16 sized wingspan discovered by scientists - Fox News
New 'flying dragon of the north' with F-16 sized wingspan discovered by scientists - Fox News
  • Fox News
  • 1 days ago

A newly discovered ancient reptile dubbed the “flying dragon of the north” is said to be the largest flying animal that ever existed, according to scientists.

New Advance in Noise Canceling for Quantum Computers - SciTechDaily
New Advance in Noise Canceling for Quantum Computers - SciTechDaily
  • Scitechdaily.com
  • 1 days ago

A team from Dartmouth College and MIT has designed and conducted the first lab test to successfully detect and characterize a class of complex, "non-Gaussian" noise processes that are routinely encountered in superconducting quantum computing systems. The

Why carbon dioxide has such outsized influence on Earth’s climate - EarthSky
Why carbon dioxide has such outsized influence on Earth’s climate - EarthSky
  • Earthsky.org
  • 1 days ago

Carbon dioxide, CO2, makes up less than one-twentieth of 1% of Earth's atmosphere. How does this relatively scarce gas control Earth's thermostat?

NASA Wins 2nd Emmy for Mars Landing ('Star Trek: Discovery' Wins, Too!) - Space.com
NASA Wins 2nd Emmy for Mars Landing ('Star Trek: Discovery' Wins, Too!) - Space.com
  • Space.com
  • 1 days ago

NASA and SpaceX, the Emmy has landed.

Blackest Black Ever Created by MIT Scientists, Captures Over 99.99 Percent of Light - Newsweek
Blackest Black Ever Created by MIT Scientists, Captures Over 99.99 Percent of Light - Newsweek
  • Newsweek
  • 1 days ago

The material, which is 10 times blacker than anything produced before, was used to hide a diamond at an art exhibition at the New York Stock Exchange.

To prepare astronauts for the Moon, NASA is using a giant water tank - Fox News
To prepare astronauts for the Moon, NASA is using a giant water tank - Fox News
  • Fox News
  • 1 days ago

As NASA prepares for a return to the Moon in 2024, it's using a massive water tank to help prepare potential astronauts for the challenges that come with going into space.

As California fire season heats up, insurance companies drop long-time clients - East Bay Times
As California fire season heats up, insurance companies drop long-time clients - East Bay Times
  • Mercurynews.com
  • 1 days ago

Residents in the Santa Cruz Mountains, Berkeley hills and elsewhere are getting non-renewal notices from insurance companies dropping fire coverage from their policies.

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