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Elon Musk: With Jobs Gone, Google Will Win mobile (And Look Out For The Hyperloop)

techcrunch.com
World-renowned entrepreneur Elon Musk held a roundtable session at the Foreign and Comonwealth Office last Thursday in London. It was the kind of event the UK government has seen much more of lately. Two years ago the Prime Minister David Cameron set aside budget for a special office to fan...
Elon Musk: With Jobs Gone, Google Will Win mobile (And Look Out For The Hyperloop)

Arduino-based ArduSat will run your code in space

www.extremetech.com
What is the only thing cooler than an Arduino-based satellite? One that anyone can buy access to for up to a week to run experiments using a controllable satellite with a variety of sensors. Interestingly, the satellite is seeking funding using crowdsourcing website Kickstarter.The ArduSat is currently a 1U CubeSat...
Arduino-based ArduSat will run your code in space

U.S. and China agree to limit HFC greenhouse gases, setting global warming back by two years

www.theverge.com
On Saturday, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping made a public pledge to scale back production of HFCs (Hydrochlorofluorocarbons), especially potent greenhouse gases used in refrigerators, air conditioners and insulating foam. According to the White House, the proposed phasedown would have an effect equivalent to removing 90 gigatons...
U.S. and China agree to limit HFC greenhouse gases, setting global warming back by two years

Changers Marketplace lets you earn rewards for charging your gadgets with its eco-friendly solar panel

thenextweb.com
What if you could earn rewards for charging your gadgets via your own ‘green’ energy source instead via mains electricity? A new online marketplace from Changers allows you to do just that. We first covered Berlin’s Changers when it launched its USB-equipped solar panel last year, allowing owners to store up...
Changers Marketplace lets you earn rewards for charging your gadgets with its eco-friendly solar panel
How sensitive is the climate to added CO2?
Study reveals climate changes may have 'adverse consequences' for satellites

Planes or Volcano? What's emitting the most CO2 per day? http://bit.ly/b9zuFn

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Planes or Volcano? What's emitting the most CO2 per day? http://bit.ly/b9zuFn

For cold water corals, warming is beating acidification to drive a growth spurt

arstechnica.com
The release of excess CO2 from the combustion of fossil fuels, deforestation, and other processes doesn’t just affect our air; it also affects our oceans. The oceans absorb as much as 30 percent of the excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which lowers their pH. Thus, our emissions have...
For cold water corals, warming is beating acidification to drive a growth spurt
Reducing four specific pollutants could cut sea level rise by up to 50 percent
Microsoft promises carbon neutrality from July 1st

Reading - Poor nations could be paid to preserve marine CO2: U.N. (@Reuters) http://bit.ly/b53vIg

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Reading - Poor nations could be paid to preserve marine CO2: U.N. (@Reuters) http://bit.ly/b53vIg
Rx for a carbon-warmed planet: Sulfuric acid?

Pour some regolith on me! Curiosity's first scoopful of Mars [video]

venturebeat.com
The above video is another extraterrestrial first: Curiosity’s very first collection of Martian regolith via its robotic arm’s scooper, as seen from the rover’s mast camera. “Here’s the scoop: I like my regolith shaken!” the rover’s social media team tweeted of the clip, which shows the scoop full of...
Pour some regolith on me! Curiosity's first scoopful of Mars [video]
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