Short answer: Not if we get creative. “There’s a lot of hype around this issue,” says Upmanu Lall, professor of earth and environmental engineering at Columbia University and director of its Water Center.
But the irony is the debate around net neutrality largely ignores the wireless industry. As much of our computing shifts to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, wireless carriers are increasingly
It's pretty amazing that humanity has invented a small electrical device that can be used to ensure a heart keeps a steady beat, but pacemakers have to be maintained, replaced -- sometimes they can even
She maintained clear cognition until near the end of her life. Born in 1890, Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper died at the age of 115 in 2005, leaving her body to science. Until very close to her death, she
Conservationists test unmanned aerial vehicles in Belize and California. Aquamarine waters and an abundance of marine life make Glover Reef off the coast of Belize a popular diving spot. But soon the sky
A Giant, Mysterious Hole Has Opened up at the ‘End of the World’ in Siberia — and It’s Left Scientists Baffled
A helicopter spotted a large mysterious hole in Siberia Tuesday — and it’s left scientists largely perplexed thus far. — Scroll down for video — The massive hole, about 260 feet wide, is located in the
“Fruity” smells red, and other associations from a new study When someone asks me what flavor slushie I want, I don’t say “cherry,” I say “red.” That flavor is called “red.” “Blue” is another flavor a