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Monthly Archives: February 2017


SpaceX Moon mission extends Elon Musk’s ambitions

SpaceX Moon mission extends Elon Musk’s ambitions via Current News – Principia Scientific Internationalhttp://principia-scientific.org Elon Musk, it seems, loves nothing more than to spin plates. When most of us might be looking to lighten the load, he’s piling on the…

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Opportunity: NASA is seeking science advisory members

Opportunity: NASA is seeking science advisory members via Watts Up With That?http://ift.tt/1Viafi3 NASA is seeking members for four new advisory committees: Astrophysics Advisory Committee (APAC) Earth Science Advisory Committee (ESAC) Heliophysics Advisory Committee (HPAC) Planetary Science Advisory Committee (PAC) Unfortunately,…

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The timing of interglacials

The timing of interglacials via Watts Up With That?http://ift.tt/1Viafi3 By Andy May P. C. Tzedakis and co-authors have just published a new paper in the February 23, 2017 issue of Nature entitled “A simple rule to determine which insolation cycles lead to…

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German Electricity Price Projected To Quadruple By 2020, To Over 40 Cents Per Kilowatt-Hour!

German Electricity Price Projected To Quadruple By 2020, To Over 40 Cents Per Kilowatt-Hour! via NoTricksZonehttp://notrickszone.com Once ballyhooed as a cheap source of energy (“The sun doesn’t send an electric bill”), Germany’s attempted transition to wind and solar energy is…

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