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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is Generating Great Amounts of Heat

Jupiter is in heat and astronomers are relieved. No, they’re not hoping to catch a glimpse of planetary mating (for one thing – Jupiter is a male). Jupiter is one of those giant gas planets whose inside is cold because of its orbit far from the sun...

This May Be The Most Customizable Car On The Planet

2 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Japan is a “Galapagos Market ”, so called because its unique regulations lead to unique species of vehicles seen almost nowhere else. Including just about the entire Daihatsu lineup. That includes the modular Daihatsu Copen. You can have any Copen you like as long as it’s... er... 64 horsepower. The rest is up to you! Read more...

12 Most Fiery Feuds in Teen Mom History

This may be hard to believe, but the women at the center of Teen Mom are not exactly the most stable individuals on the planet. As a result, they've often argued with their kids... with each other... with their significant others...Show More Summary

Scientists are one step closer to cracking the cosmic case of a dwarf planet's disappearing craters

Ceres is a 4.5 billion-year-old dwarf planet living in the clamorous asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. It’s the largest object in this asteroid belt and throughout its long life, it should have been relentlessly pummeled by large...Show More Summary

Full Spectrum Dominatrix vs. Off Spectrum Narcissus

History can be a damned good screenwriter – currently presenting an excruciatingly agonizing, do-or-die choice (“Love trumps hate” vs. “Lock her up!”) not only to US voters but also to the whole planet, which will be affected, directly and indirectly, by this choice.

As Clouds Head for the Poles, Time to Prepare for Food and Water Shocks

Co-authored with Betsy Otto and Richard Waite A changing climate means less rain and lower water supplies in regions where many people live and much of the planet's food is produced: the mid-latitudes of the Northern and Southern hemispheres, including the U.S. Show More Summary

Amazon's Bezos Becomes World's Third Richest Person

Thursday wasn't a bad day for Jeff Bezos: a $2.6 billion rise in his fortune and a move up Forbes' billionaire list to become the third richest person on the planet, the magazine reports. The 24-hour windfall that brought the Amazon CEO's net worth up to a personal record...

Racing legends recall GT40 era at Pebble Beach

8 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Hemmings.com

Jacky Ickx and Jackie Oliver deliver a GT40 win at the 1969 24 Hours of Le Mans. Photo courtesy Ford Motorsport. It’s not just about the finest cars on planet Earth. The grand show at Pebble Beach next month is also about getting educated about the cars on display, and automotive history in general. To […]

'Dragon Hole,' World's Deepest Blue Hole, Discovered In South China Sea

10 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

It’s called the “Dragon Hole,” and Chinese scientists believe it may be the deepest “blue hole” on the planet. China’s state-run Xinhua news agency says the Dragon Hole is 987 feet deep ? or more than 300 feet deeper than Dean’s Blue...Show More Summary

The Power Of "Nyet" - How One Word Staggered Imperial Washington

Submitted by Dmitry Orlov via Club Orlov blog, The way things are supposed to work on this planet is like this : in the United States, the power structures (public and private) decide what they want the rest of the world to do. They communicate their wishes through official and unofficial channels, expecting automatic cooperation. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Welcome To The Next Big Creative Revolution, Says Grey's Dahlqvist

Time and time again, Swedes emerge as some of the most creative people on the planet. Andreas Dahlqvist is no different. He founded DDB in Sweden and the Nordics in 2004. Under his leadership, the Gunn Report ranked the shop as the best...Show More Summary

ExoMars uses new navigation technique to tack for the Red Planet

20 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

ESA's ExoMars 2016 Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) spacecraft zeroed in on Mars today as it successfully conducted a 53-minute course correction burn of its main engine. According to the space agency, the probe used a new ultra-precise navigation...Show More Summary

Lotus Elise Race 250

20 hours agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Now entering its second decade in production, the Lotus Elise is simply one of the most capable speed machines on the planet, as evidenced by the numerous platform iterations (Tesla Roadster, Hennessey Venom GT, etc.) and high-spec track day specials that have sprung up over the years. Show More Summary

Perchlorate Salts are Everywhere on Mars

Water is the key to life on Earth. Scientists continue to unravel the mystery of life on Mars by investigating evidence of water in the planet's soil. Previous observations of soil observed along crater slopes on Mars showed a significant amount of perchlorate salts, which tend to be associated with brines with a moderate pH level. Show More Summary

Locking in Obama's Global Leadership Legacy

It is the rarest of celestial conjunctions in earthly politics. Within the same ten-day period, under a blazing spotlight, the choices for leadership of the most influential country on the planet have been officially winnowed to two....Show More Summary

Newswire: James Gunn explains the logic behind making Kurt Russell a planet in Guardians Vol. 2

Since February, we’ve known that Kurt Russell would be playing Peter Quill’s dad in Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, but director James Gunn has been suspiciously cagey about who that character would actually be. The end of the firstShow More Summary

Flood Experts Are Having To Throw Out The Playbook As The Planet Heats Up

Climate change has forced scientists, policymakers, flood control managers, urban planners, and especially anyone living in flood-prone areas to rethink how they assess the coming hazards of floods. The post Flood Experts Are Having To Throw Out The Playbook As The Planet Heats Up appeared first on ThinkProgress.

With too little to eat, 'massive number' of reef sharks depend on delivery

It stands to reason in a healthy environment that prey should always vastly outnumber the predators that eat them. But researchers have found that sometimes, even in the most untouched environments on the planet, that food pyramid can be turned upside down.

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