Although we have only been able to play The Pillars of the Earth for about an hour, we have really been immersed in the Middle-Ages imagined by Ken Follet. The game looks very good and is particularly atmospheric, with solid voice acting and quite a dramatic tone right from the start. Show More Summary
Like all good things on this earth, the bluegrass hip-hop act Gangstagrass, started out as a simple concept.. Gangstagrass is solid lines of traditional lyrics and street poetry delivered over real roots music. At the center of this fusion act is celebrated country singer named Rench. Show More Summary
(Stanford's School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences ) A flash of green laser followed by pulses of X-rays, and mere nanoseconds later an extraterrestrial form of ice has formed. The miniature crystal reveals how water solidifies under high pressures, like those expected in icy comets, moons and planets.
Marvel Heroes Omega has arrived on PS4 and Xbox One. Celebrate with a new trailer! When Marvel Heroes first launched for PC back in 2013, it quickly proved itself to be a solid and successful MMORPG. Now, after years of content updates, the game has made its way to consoles with Marvel Heroes Omega – […]
From sinkholes to liquefaction, we look at how solid earth can shrink and elude our grasp
PRESS RELEASE: MLSs Gain Ability to Quickly Deploy Consumer Portals, Deliver Better Leads to Members FARGO, ND–(Marketwired – Jun 20, 2017) – FBS, the creators…Read Post The post FBS and Solid Earth Partnership to Integrate Spark with Spring appeared first on Flexmls.
Real estate agents and brokers know that sometimes cooperating is the best way to both compete and serve their clients. Two MLS vendors, FBS and Solid Earth, have struck a deal in that spirit...
I just love it when technology truly helps make it easier for MLSs and brokers to deploy great technologies for consumers! Today, FBS and Solid Earth are announcing a really exciting partnership that will make it MUCH easier for MLSs...Show More Summary
The gas giants have always been a mystery to us. Due their dense and swirling clouds, it is impossible to get a good look inside them and determine their true structure. Given their distance from Earth, it is time-consuming and expensive to send spacecraft to them, making survey missions few and far between. Show More Summary
Happy Earth Month! We thought we'd celebrate today by introducing you to six celeb-loved brands (you may not know yet) doing solid things for our planet. Basically, they're proof...
By Dan Ambrose: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (50-2-1, 32 KOs) sees Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (48-1-1, 34 KOs) as a fighter that doesn’t have his feet on the ground as far his big ego goes, and he plans on putting his feet back on solid earth when he fights him next month in their fight on […] The post Chavez Jr. Show More Summary
Earth's mantle is made of solid rock that nonetheless circulates slowly over millions of years. Some geologists assume that this slow circulation would have wiped away any geochemical traces of Earth's early history long ago. But a new study led...
(University of Maryland) Earth's mantle is made of solid rock that nonetheless circulates slowly over millions of years. Some geologists assume that this slow circulation would have wiped away any geochemical traces of Earth's early history long ago. Show More Summary
(Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) The new study allows a more accurate assessment of how much heat has accumulated in the ocean (and Earth) system. It will be a valuable resource for future studies of oceanic variability and its climatic impacts on both regional and global scales.
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) A new study led by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) suggests the mantle--the mostly solid, rocky part of Earth's interior that lies between its super-heated core and its outer crustal layer -- may be hotter than previously believed. Show More Summary
Extending the symbolism of eggs as a metaphor for life and reproduction, recent research reveals the Earth itself may have once had an egg-like structure. According to a report from the University of Maryland, the plate tectonics that now define the Earth's geology may have begun later in the planet's history. Show More Summary
A new study conducted by the University of Maryland, Curtin University and the Geological Survey of Western Australia has found that the Earth's original outer layer may have been a single, solid shell that later broke into what we know today as tectonic plates. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
A new study suggests that the Earth’s outer layer was once one solid shell that later broke into what we know today as tectonic plates. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).
Today's Earth is a dynamic planet with an outer layer composed of giant plates that grind together, sliding past or dipping beneath one another, giving rise to earthquakes and volcanoes. Others separate at undersea mountain ridges, where molten rock spreads...
Earth had a hard outer shell before its tectonic plates.