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Wireless nanowire lasers absorb infrared light and emit blue light

Enlarge / This article is about lasers (not necessarily those pictured). Some of us are eagerly awaiting the Photonics Revolution, where photons band together to overthrow the tyranny of the electrons. One of the ongoing problems slowing down the revolution is light sources: you need a laser coupled to a circuit that does something. All this has to happen on …

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Oceans absorb carbon four times faster than the 1980s – Axios

What They Have Done: For a new study published Thursday in the journal Science an international research team has determined how much carbon dioxide the oceans have absorbed. What they found: The study shows that between 1994 and 2007, the oceans had absorbed more than 100 billion tons of CO2, which represents about one third of the total emissions during …

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From celebrated to Vilified, the Muslim women of House absorb blows over Israel

Both women are under attack for comments they made on Twitter, and in the case of Ms. Tlaib for her association with Palestinian activists who used social media to express or exchange extreme views, such as which equates Zionism with National Socialism. Both refused to be interviewed and instead sent written statements declaring their commitment to fighting hatred of any …

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Plants lose their ability to absorb human CO2 emissions

A new report, published on Wednesday Nature suggests that the earth's vegetation may not be able to further absorb human carbon dioxide emissions at current rates, causing climate change speed up and increase its impact. Humans pump nearly 40 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year, and about 50 percent of these emissions are absorbed by plants …

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Climate Change: Oceans absorb more heat than estimated

Image copyright Getty Images Caption The new study indicates that the oceans have absorbed far more heat than previously thought Researchers say the world has seriously underestimated the amount of heat taken up by our oceans in the last 25 years. Their study suggests that the oceans absorbed 60% more than previously thought. They say it means that the earth …

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Scientists create mineral that can absorb atmospheric CO2 • Earth.com

New research from Trent University could revolutionize the way we capture and store carbon emissions into the atmosphere that could slow down climate change. According to the researchers, the solution lies in accelerating the formation of magnesite a mineral that can store carbon but takes thousands of years in nature. During the recent [19659002] Goldschmidt Conference in Boston, Trent researchers …

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Can the Parker Solar Probe absorb the heat?

published by Tracy Vogel / 7. August 2018 The star of the show is a dark gray block, about the size of a textbook and a few inches thick. As a group of reporters observe, an engineer runs a burning blowtorch across the block until his face turns red. "You want to feel something from the back?" She invites a …

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"I will absorb the body blows": Ivanka Trump explains her silence in the wake of Samantha Bee's vulgarity

Ivanka Trump watches as President Trump speaks before handing over a White House Medal of Honor this week. (Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post) When Samantha Bee used vulgarity last month to describe his eldest daughter, President Trump proposed "no talent" against the comedian and asked why she had not been fired [19659003] White Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the house spokeswoman, …

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A new study confirms Exoplanet WASP-127b contains several metals and can even absorb water

WASP-127b is the first discovered exoplanate containing alkali metals, including lithium, sodium, and potassium. A research team from the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC) in Spain and the University of Cambridge has published a study new study showing that exoplanet WASP-127b probably contains several metals in its atmosphere, as confirmed by his "fingerprints" while there is also the possibility …

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