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Unbelievably beautiful GIF art by DarkAngelØne

DarkAngelØne. Adapted from the work of Gustavo Scheverin<p>DarkAngelØne creates gorgeous animations from the work of other artists.<p>DarkAngelØne. …

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Scientists stick it to climate deniers: Study provides direct evidence that human activity is causing global warming

<b>(Tatiana Grozetskaya/Shutterstock)</b><p>For the first time, researchers directly observed carbon dioxide trapping heat in the atmosphere<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>February 26, 2015 3:23pm (UTC)<p>People who continue to deny that human activity is directly impacting climate change (looking at you, Inhofe) had better pay …

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APOD: Cataclysmic Dawn (2015 Jan 11) Illustration Credit & Copyright: Mark A. Garlick (Space-art.co.uk) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150111.html Explanation: Will this dawn bring another nova? Such dilemmas might be pondered one day by future humans living on a planet orbiting a cataclysmic variable binary star system. Cataclysmic variables involve gas falling from a large star onto an accretion disk surrounding a massive but compact white dwarf star. Explosive cataclysmic events such as a dwarf nova can occur when a clump of gas in the interior of the accretion disk heats up past a certain temperature. At that point, the clump will fall more quickly onto the white dwarf and land with a bright flash. Such dwarf novas will not destroy either star, and may occur irregularly on time scales from a few days to tens of years. Although a nova is much less energetic than a supernova, if recurrent novas are not violent enough to expel more gas than is falling in, mass will accumulate onto the white dwarf star until it passes its Chandrasekhar limit. At that point, a foreground cave may provide little protection, as the entire white dwarf star will explode in a tremendous supernova. http://www.space-art.co.uk/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=150111 #APOD

Apple Patent Hints The 'iPhone 6' Will Be Made Of Indestructible Glass

A new Apple patent gives more weight to rumors that the next iPhone will be made of a nearly indestructible type of glass.<p>Apple won a patent this week for “fused glass device housings," a new method of fusing together pieces of glass, which could be used to make casings for devices like the iPhone …

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Waiting on Line for Shake Shack at 10; Another 9/11 Museum?

[Via Boss Tweed/Curbed Photo Pool]<p>· Jeremiah on <b>Shake Shack</b> at 10: "this is what New Yorkers do now" [JVNY]<br>· New sculptures for <b>Riverside Park</b> [WSJ]<br>· Check out <b>Luna Park's</b> newest roller coaster [Gothamist]<br>· Starwood is looking for a buyer for the <b>Baccarat Hotel</b> [NYP]<br>· Some guy is running a <b>"9/11 museum"</b> …

Here’s Where to Eat and Drink on a Day Trip to Philly

<i>Fork in the Road thinks you should get out of town this summer, even if it’s only for a day. In this Summer Fridays series, we’re covering the best</i> …

Last Chance at St. Mary Lake

Excitement is building for fans across the globe with today’s first match of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) 2014 World Cup tournament. These fans include NASA engineers, who used the lead-up to the tournament to test the aerodynamics of soccer balls and this year’s new ball design, developed by Adidas and dubbed the Brazuca ball. Although NASA is not in the business of designing or testing balls, the tournament provides an opportunity to explain the concepts of aerodynamics to students and individuals less familiar with the fundamentals of aerodynamics. Aerodynamics is the study of how air and liquids, referred to collectively as "fluids" in aerodynamics research, flow around objects. Engineers at Ames, a world leader in fundamental aerodynamics research, possess an in-depth understanding of how fluids flow around simple three-dimensional shapes such as cylinders and spheres. With this knowledge, engineers can predict how even the minor alterations in these basic shapes change flow patterns. Image credit

Top 10 World Heritage Sites for Kids

There are nearly a thousand UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Check out this list for the best trips to please travelers both young and old.

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