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A massive magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck Mexico just before midnight on Thursday. In the second paragraph, you nicely explained how the acid rain forms. To have a bit of fun with Science as Religion or the Hubris in Science, I take a hammer to it and see what flies. Two things we know for sure are more research is needed and CERN PR provides more spin than any known particle.

K-MEANS CLUSTERING, A WORKHORSE OF DATA SCIENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING. Alan Gillis Reports Nine months after the 8.9 earthquake and tsunami, the Japanese Government claims that the 3 damaged nuclear reactors at Fukushima Daiichi are in cold shutdown conditions.science in the news

Researchers created an energy generating yarn made out of coiled carbon nanotubes—and it’s as awesome as it sounds. Flying cars could be one step closer thanks to study on dark matter and energy conducted by Australian and international scientists. Andrew Cuomo …

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Last week, a huge scandal rocked the Tunisian and Arab scientific and educational world: a PhD student submitted a thesis declaring Earth to be flat, unmoving, young (only 13,500 years of age), and the centre of the universe. With the aging sarcophagus steadily rotting, there is now a multi-billion dollar project underway to dismantle the cap and destroyed reactor complex (caused by a steam explosion during a safety test in 1986) and cover what’s left with a giant containment building.science in the news

At best with all the jerry-rigging to cool down the melted reactor cores and melted spent fuel pond at Reactor 4, using a mile of rubber hose to patch in new pumps, also add Temporary to cold shutdown conditions and 40 years to dismantle the industrial carnage in the Japanese government’s new plan.science in the news

Meanwhile reactor cores would be examined and properly flooded with heavy water before workers start the even …

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A massive magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck Mexico just before midnight on Thursday. Stop all nuclear now, start the big shutdown of all reactors. Acidic rain has affects most of the living organisms on earth but sometimes it can also effect some of the non-living things such as buildings and sculptures. Researchers at UC Davis and other institutions have shown that mothers who take recommended amounts of folic acid around conception might reduce their children’s pesticide-related autism risk.

Milan, Italy: More than one in four of people who work indoors are being exposed to second-hand smoke at work, according to new research to be presented at the European Respiratory Society International Congress 2017 on Sunday. Radioactive iodine 3 times normal levels in Iitate tapwater, a village 19 miles from Daiichi.

Over 30 years ago, Rensselaer established its field station at a donated property in the town of Bolton Landing. If Daiichi …

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On Friday, May 19th, 2017 the School of Science hosted a graduation brunch for the graduating students in the undergraduate and graduate programs in all School of Science departments. Acid rain is known to easily dissolve limestone and marble, and other types of stone containing large amounts of calcium carbonate. It seems Kim Jong-un may be wielding a weapon much more powerful than before, with growing concerns that North Korea has joined the select group of nations in possession of a hydrogen bomb.science in the news

Vehicles could all be electric and this would make acid rain much less common. Theory H also doesn’t predict the Higgs mass so any new boson lurking in the future with Spin0 might be the Higgs. Rain is a fresh water liquid which is formed from the atmospheric water vapor, but if the atmosphere it forms in is polluted the result would be acidic rain.

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Last week, a huge scandal rocked the Tunisian and Arab scientific and educational world: a PhD student submitted a thesis declaring Earth to be flat, unmoving, young (only 13,500 years of age), and the centre of the universe. A team of researchers at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute led by Christopher Carothers, Director of the institute’s Center for Computational Innovations described for The Platform how True North is finding a new life as a lightweight snap-in on each node that can take in sensor data from the many components that are prone to failure inside, say for example, an 50,000 dense-node supercomputer ( like this one coming online in 2018 at Argonne National Lab) and alert administrators (and the scheduler) of potential failures This can minimize downtime and more important, allow for the scheduler to route around where the possible failures lie, thus shutting down only part of a system versus …