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Get Lost In The Little Things I PhotographAlbert Einstein once said: “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” I live in a small town in Ontario surrounded by miles of nature, so there's no shortage of beauty and wildlife. About three years ago, I picked up my dad's old Canon and fell in love with how to world looked through his 55mm lens.4
How to find drinkable water in the wildWhen you venture outdoors, you need to prepare for the worst—getting lost or stranded is always a possibility. Knowing where to get drinkable water is not only a good thing if you are hiking on a particularly hot day, but it could also be the difference between a dramatic anecdote and a sad story with a tragic ending.2
Winter Wonderland at the Koli National Park - Eastern FinlandKoli National Park is a must-see place near Joensuu, Eastern Finland, and we recommend a visit during your Finland road trip as well! Spectacular, easy to reach (especially by car) and ideal for a day trip but also for longer hiking adventures as well.
Climate change may not claim as many species as we thoughtEcologists have yet to settle on an estimate of how many species will manage to weather this change—whether by moving or by acclimating—and how many will perish. Their predictions have varied widely, with climate change causing between zero and 54 percent of species to disappear. But a new study looks to the past to understand how over 500 species have responded to the warming climate so far, then uses those patterns to project future declines.1
New research suggests stars don't collapse — they explode!!!By conducting experimental research with matter 10 million times denser and 25 times denser than that found at the centre of the sun, researchers have determined the nature of the nuclear processes that occur within intermediate-mass stars. Our understanding of the deaths of both low and high mass stars are fairly sound, but the team’s …
The president wants NASA back on the moon by 2024—a risky and unrealistic requestAt the fifth meeting of the National Space Council, and nearly 50 years after the Apollo 11 moon landing, Vice President Mike Pence said a 2028 deadline for another moon landing was “just not good enough.” But doing it by 2024 is unreasonable and dangerous.
Astronomers discover potential near earth objectsThree astronomers from Leiden University (the Netherlands) have shown that some asteroids that are considered harmless for now can collide with the earth in the future. They did their research with the help of an artificial neural network. The results have been accepted for publication in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics.
Solar Orbiter Launch Takes Solar Science to New HeightsSolar Orbiter, a new collaborative mission between ESA (European Space Agency) and NASA to study the Sun, launched at 11:03 p.m. EST Sunday on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.2
August Factor Performance: It’s a Momentum World and You’re Just Living in it | Accelerate Shares | Accelerate | Accelerate Financial TechnologiesThe unstoppable force paradox, a quintessential contradiction originating from the 3rd century BC, posits “What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?” While the paradox has yet to be resolved in the realm of physics, the capital markets analogy of the unstoppable force meeting the immovable object is that the unstoppable force wins.
Scientists discover the nearest-known 'baby giant planet'Scientists from Rochester Institute of Technology have discovered a newborn massive planet closer to Earth than any other of similarly young age found to date. The baby giant planet, called 2MASS 1155-7919 b, is located in the Epsilon Chamaeleontis Association and lies only about 330 light years from our solar system.