Tag Archives: Environment

Everything We Know So Far About Phosphine On Venus feat. Dr Clara Sousa-Silva

Dr. Clara Sousa-Silva is the co-author on the study about Phosphine on Venus. We ask her some questions from you about the discovery. Astrum merch now available! See below: Apparel: teespring.com/stores/astrum-space Metal Posters: https://displate.com/promo/astrum?art… SUBSCRIBE for more videos about our … Continue reading

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Quantum Biology [Part 1] – How Plants Use Quantum Mechanics

Watch part 2 over on Pat’s channel! https://youtu.be/almlINDXU5c Part 3 https://youtu.be/NW7VUFgwqg8 Paper which caused such a stir (it’s behind a pay wall unfortunately) https://www.nature.com/articles/natur… Book I read about quantum biology Free article about quantum photosynthesis https://physicsworld.com/a/is-photosy… Hi! I’m Jade. If … Continue reading

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A PEACE WITHIN Trailer – Ocean Film Festival World Tour 2020 International

Painting is already an impressive skill, but extreme artist Philip Gray is always looking for new ways to push the boundaries of his artform. In the short film A Peace Within, we follow Philip’s endeavours to capture Mexican cenotes – … Continue reading

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What Ocean Time Machine Experiments Predict About Oysters

As our oceans become more acidic, foundational creatures like oysters are struggling to build their shells. To better understand this problem, a commercial oyster farm and a marine laboratory teamed up to collect data, run experiments, and understand what losing … Continue reading

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Megan Thee Stallion x New York Times – Protecting Women of Color

Director: Kajal Executive Producer: Spike Jordan & Mike Prieto Sup Producer: Shiri Fauer Producer: Jennifer Zarzuela DP: Chuk Owens AD: Ken Fredericks Editor: Mah Ferraz Color: Josh Bohosky Sound: Raphael Ajuelos Production Company: The Genius Club

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Economics for the people | Aeon

Mousehold Heath (1810) by John Sell Cotman. Drawing on paper. According to the UK Government, between 1604 and 1914 enclosure Bills enacted by Parliament restricted access to formerly open communal land comprising just over a fifth of the total area … Continue reading

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Ancient Maya built sophisticated water filters – ScienceBlog.com

Ancient Maya in the once-bustling city of Tikal built sophisticated water filters using natural materials they imported from miles away, according to the University of Cincinnati. UC researchers discovered evidence of a filter system at the Corriental reservoir, an important … Continue reading

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Bean Time-Lapse – 25 days | Soil cross section

Kidney bean time lapse with soil cross section. Showing how roots ant upper part of plant grows. Play speed – 17280x (one shot every 9 minutes 36 seconds played at 30 FPS). This was fourth attempt. During other attempts roots … Continue reading

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Where loneliness can lead | Aeon

Hannah Arendt enjoyed her solitude, but she believed that loneliness could make people susceptible to totalitarianism Samantha Rose Hill is the assistant director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities, visiting assistant professor of politics at Bard College … Continue reading

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Wim Hof’s Corona Survival Guide! | Russell Brand

A clip from the upcoming Under The Skin podcast with the incredible and inspiring Iceman aka Wim Hof. His ability to control his body and how it reacts to the world seems limitless. In the past Wim has been deliberately … Continue reading

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