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How Climate Change May Influence Deadly Avalanches – Scientific American

Big dumps of powder snow are a precious gift in the best of times around the West, where 40 or 50 feet can fall during a winter, forming frozen mountain water towers that slowly melt and sustain the region through…

We heart the Earth and sky

This Valentine’s Day, we find so much to love in the many heart-shaped objects created by Mother Nature that can be found right here on Earth or all the way to the deepest reaches of the sky.

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Opinion: The Potential Effects of Global Warming – InDepthNH.orgInDepthNH.org – InDepthNH.org

By KRIS PASTORIZA of Easton                                          Starvation, Wildfires, Flooding, Forced Migration, Drought, Pandemics, Desertification and War    We must not be lulled into thinking that the world as we experience it now can dependably inform us as to…

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The Public REALLY Hates (and Misunderstands) Short Sellers

A group of day traders who congregate and coordinate on various online platforms made a name for themselves over the past week running up the stock price of struggling Gamestop (GME), in the process laying some epic losses on a…

Feces and algorithms: Artificial Intelligence to map our intestinal bacteria

The intestines and their bacteria are sometimes called our ‘second brain’, but studying these bacteria in their natural environment is difficult. Now researchers have developed a method that uses artificial intelligence to map intestinal bacteria using feces. The researchers thus hope to gain more knowledge of the role played by these bacteria in various diseases.

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Feces and algorithms: Artificial Intelligence to map our intestinal bacteria

The intestines and their bacteria are sometimes called our ‘second brain’, but studying these bacteria in their natural environment is difficult. Now researchers have developed a method that uses artificial intelligence to map intestinal bacteria using feces. The researchers thus hope to gain more knowledge of the role played by these bacteria in various diseases.

New Study Shows Spending a Long Time on Your Phone Isn’t Bad for Your Mental Health

General smartphone usage is a poor predictor of anxiety, depression, or stress say researchers, who advise caution when it comes to digital detoxes. The study published in Technology, Mind, and Behavior was led by Heather Shaw and Kristoffer Geyer from Lancaster University with colleagues from the universities of Bath and Lincoln. They measured the time spent on […]

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