Mystery Of What Triggered the Last Ice Age to Can We Truly Know We’re Awake? (Planet Earth Report)

Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from As the Large Hadron Collider Revs Up, Physicists’ Hopes Soar to Four Things Physicists Still Wonder about the Higgs Boson, and much more.

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Why the US Navy is Listening to Shrimp to Google has Not Created Sentient AI — Yet (Planet Earth Report)

 

NASA Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from What ‘Happy the Elephant’s’ Legal Case Tells Us About the Future of Animal Rights to A Gull Flaps Its Wings and a Deadly Virus Explodes to Cryptocurrency and the “Greater Fool” Theory to Elon Musk on Alien Life, and much more.

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NASA Zooms in on UFOs to Is Life the Result of Entropy? (Planet Earth Report)

NASA Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from Could the Blueprint for Life Have Been Generated in Asteroids to Do AI Systems Really Have Their Own Secret Language to How Plate Tectonics, Mountains, and Deep-Sea Sediments Have Maintained Earth’s ‘Goldilocks’ Climate, and much more.

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Spooky Quantum Biology to How Einstein Changed Time Forever (Planet Earth Report)

Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from Earth Has Been Many Planets to This Ancient Molecule Is The Root Cause Of All Life On Earth, And Mars to AI beats a Thousand of World’s Best Crossword Solvers, and much more.
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China’s Alien Planet Mission to Guardians of the Brain (Planet Earth Report)

NASA Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from Aliens could send us interstellar quantum messages using X-rays to Destroy All Samples of the Smallpox Virus, and much more.

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Earth Has Been Many Planets

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“There have been many planet Earths” says astrophysicist Adam Frank who talks about climate change from an astrobiological lens. Frank’s observation mirrors author Peter Brannen’s lens in that if 100 million years of Earth’s geological history, a span almost 10 times as long as all of recorded human history, can easily wear the Himalayas flat, what chance will San Francisco or New York have of surviving a new geological epoch of our own making: the Anthropocene.

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