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Facebook asks big banks to share customer details

PHYS.ORG – Reports Facebrook has asked banks to provide information about users’ financial tranactions has raised eyebrows given the social network’s track record on sharing...

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NASA spacecraft rockets toward sun for closest look yet

PHYS.ORG – A Delta IV rocket, carrying the Parker Solar Probe, lifts off from launch complex 37 at the Kennedy Space Center, Sunday, Aug. 12,...

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North American diets require more land than we have, study says

PHYS.ORG – Credit: Gary Csoff If the global population adopted recommended North American dietary guidelines, there wouldn’t be enough land to provide the food required,...

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Researchers find flaw in WhatsApp

PHYS.ORG – Social messaging app WhatsApp has more than 1.5 billion users who exchange some 65 billion messages per day Researchers at Israeli cybersecurity firm...

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Hotter temperatures extend growing season for peatland plants

PHYS.ORG – Plants in the warmest of several study areas at the SPRUCE experimental site remained green and functional up to six weeks longer than...

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Global warming increases risk of frost damage to trees

PHYS.ORG – Frost damage to young beech leaves on the Zugerberg, taken on 24 only a few days after a heavy frost. Credit: Christof Bigler/ETH...

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Forests crucial for limiting climate change to 1.5 degrees

PHYS.ORG – Field of miscanthus — a tall grass used by BECCS power stations. Credit: Anna Harper Trying to tackle climate change by replacing forests...

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Animation based on satellite data shows Southern California ‘breathing’ water

PHYS.ORG – Ground rises and falls as water is pumped in and out of reservoirsas measured in a study that could impact how municipalities manage...

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Pairs of small colliding galaxies may seed future stars

PHYS.ORG – In a new study, astronomers show how gas expelled in the merger of two small galaxies can linger across vast distances for billions...

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Foam could offer greener option for petroleum drillers

PHYS.ORG – Credit: CC0 Public Domain Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, provides critical energy for society, but also uses large amounts of fresh water while producing...

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VLA detects possible extrasolar planetary-mass magnetic powerhouse

PHYS.ORG – Credit: Chuck Carter, NRAO/AUI/NSF Astronomers using the National Science Foundation’s Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) have made the first radio-telescope detection...

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Short orbital-period binary star detected at the heart of the planetary nebula M 3-1

PHYS.ORG – HST archival imagery of M 3-1 showing its remarkable filamentary waist and extended jet-like structures. Credit: Jones et al., 2018. European astronomers have...

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