Bye, bye curtains!
A bad record to set.
These are not the waves we’re looking for.
100°F isn’t something that puts a smile on your face.
Don’t blame it on the genes, though.
It’s not just low light that makes us sleepy.
2016 inches above it but only because of El Niño.
That spot is not a lake in cold, snow-covered Canada.
It also debunks one of climate deniers most cited argument.
That’s one hot tomato!
The roof, the roof, the roof is on fireeee.
When no longer needed the devices can be deactivated to dissolve and be reabsorbed into soft tissue.
It’s like the ocean is having a heart attack.
Physics just got way cooler.
A Yale University researcher claims that the so-called Goldilocks planetary area only tells half of the story.
The findings could have implications for the survival of modern animals in the face of global warming.
A new research investigated various light intensity scenarios and reported their findings. For optimal learning performance, “cool” light is better while “yellow” or “warm” light is the most relaxing.
This polymer can change shape and release tremendous amounts of stored elastic energy relative to its weight simply by being exposed to a temperature change. This in itself isn’t exactly new, but the team led by Chemical Engineering Professor Mitch Anthamatten at the University of Rochester innovated by making the polymer react to room temperature — a first.
There’s almost no need to say it again – it’s been an exceptionally warm December, and an exceptionally warm year. In fact, it’s been the hottest year on record, with 7 of 11 months so far breaking the record. Things aren’t very different in the capital of the US, where temperatures have exceeded 50 degrees almost each day (10 Celsius)…