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Trump is cool with making Daylight Saving Time permanent

"Making Daylight Saving Time permanent is O.K. with me!" Trump tweeted. It was the reason Congress used in enacting Daylight Saving Time during World War I and again after WWII, according to author David Prerau, who wrote a book which traced the history of the shift on Daylight Saving Time. 19659003] But a 2008 Department of Energy found that daylighting …

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Running on LED in reverse could be cool future computers

<a rel = "lightbox" href = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/gfx/news/2019/5c647c5e7cf1c.jpg" title = "Principle and experimental set-up. A, Schematic Schematic description of photonic refrigeration in the near-field. Simultaneous enhancement of photon transport from tunneling and suppression of luminescence from A position-sensitive detector (PSD) is used to detect a closed-circuit photodiode with a piezoelectric actuator contact by monitoring the laser beam reflected from the back …

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Temperature-appropriate clothing that keeps you cool smart clothes | Temperature controlled | personalized cooling | weatherproof | regulate the heat exchange

Scientists have created a substance that can automatically regulate the amount of heat flowing through them, keeping a person cool or warm depending on weather conditions. When the conditions are warm and moist, such as sweaty body, the fabric lets heat through. As conditions get cooler and drier, the fabric reduces the heat that escapes, researchers said. University of Maryland …

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Can Subaru cool the outback again?

Photo: Subaru The Subaru Outback, Subaru's Biggest Car, and the standard offshore elite vehicle that calls itself sporty, will receive an update this year, probably at the New York Auto Show, albeit perhaps on the lot Angeles Auto Show, who knows. According to Car and Driver it will definitely come this year. Maybe it will be awesome? Maybe! Could be. …

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Scientists develop the first materials to automatically cool or isolate depending on conditions

This new fabric, developed by the University of Maryland scientists YuHuang Wang and Ouyang Min, is the first substance to have the properties automatically changes to capture or release heat depending on the conditions. Credit: Faye Levine, University of Maryland Despite decades of innovation in high-tech thermal fabrics that keep marathon runners cool or keep alpine hikers warm, there has …

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The Polar Vortex looks cool from space

By Popular Mechanics As anyone in the Midwest could attest, this past week was spent in the throats of the ice-cold polar vortex. NASA documented the phenomenon as it moved from Canada's South to the United States from January 20th to 29th. A polar vortex is a natural part of nature that has gone awry: it begins as a standard …

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