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Tesla shot into space will likely collide with Earth or Venusin millions of years: researchers

PHYS.ORG – Researchers at the Centre for Planetary Sciences have found that the Tesla Roadster recently sent into space as part of SpaceX’s test flight…

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‘Excess emissions’ make significant contribution to air pollution

PHYS.ORG – Credit: CC0 Public Domain When Hurricane Harvey struck Texas in August, industrial facilities in the state shut down, then reopened a few days…

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Risk of extreme weather events higher if Paris Agreement goals aren’t met

PHYS.ORG – Noah Diffenbaugh, professor of Earth system science at Stanford University. Credit: L.A. Cicero The individual commitments made by parties of the United Nations…

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A theory of physics explains the fragmentation of tropical forests

PHYS.ORG – The aerial photo shows forest fragments of the Brazilian Atlantic rainforest in Northeastern Brazil (Mata Atlntica), surrounded by sugar cane plantations. Credit: Mateus…

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Consumer and industrial products now a dominant urban air pollution source

PHYS.ORG – A smoggy view of Los Angeles, 2010. Scientists captured this image from a research aircraft that was part of an intense mission, CALNEX,…

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What do you get when you cross an airplane with a submarine?

PHYS.ORG – Bryant, Weisler and Stewart (from left to right), with a prototype of the EagleRay. Credit: North Carolina State University Researchers from North Carolina…

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New fuel cell demonstrates exceptional power density and stability

PHYS.ORG – A team of researchers led by Northwestern University professor and fuel cell pioneer Sossina Haile has created a new fuel cell offering both…

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Sampling bias might be distorting view of upheaval due to global warming

PHYS.ORG – Credit: CC0 Public Domain A small team of researchers from The University of Melbourne, the Georg Eckert Institute and Freie Universitt has found…

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