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Nitrous oxide could help the warm early Earth and a breath to live

Science and Technology of the Earth and the Environment Laughing gas could have helped the earth's early warm period and breathed life into a particular life Ben Brumfield | August 22, 2018 • Atlanta, GA Click to enlarge image Jennifer Glass at her laboratory at Georgia Tech. It holds a stromatolite ironstone full of iron rusted from the early oceans. …

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Lachgas warmed the early Earth a billion years ago and triggered the emergence of life

Laughing gas was crucial to the emergence of life on Earth and helped keep our young planet at the perfect temperature, researchers found At the beginning of the planet's existence, the sun was weaker than today, but the Earth was strong Earth science theory, sustained by a strong greenhouse effect, preserves the geoscientific theory The astronomer Carl Sagan coined this …

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Soccer: Bale inserts early for Ronaldo's Real coat

MADRID (Reuters) – Gareth Bale has scored Real Madrid in each of the last three La Liga seasons, but each time he plays a supporting role in Cristiano Ronaldo's show. Football Football – La Liga Santander – Real Madrid vs Getafe – Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, Spain – August 19, 2018 Real Madrid Gareth Bale celebrates celebrating her second goal REUTERS …

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Rivers, Chargers look keen early in the 24-14 victory over Seahawks

0 Rivers, Chargers start early in the 24-14 win over Seahawks CARSON, California (AP) – Though Philip Rivers plays only three times in games against the Seattle Seahawks, he almost knows all about their defense because of Gus Bradley. Rivers used this expertise to get the Los Angeles Chargers up to speed on their first win of the preseason. Melvin …

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Tesla employees say Line 3 workers were sent home early

Tesla sent line workers home early Wednesday Tesla On Wednesday, Tesla factory workers, who assembled the Model 3 of the GA3 line, were allowed to go home early from Fremont, California To leave PT at 14:30, instead of the usual 6 pm, three Tesla employees told Business Insider. The employees spoke anonymously for fear of losing their job. Workers on …

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Beetle, caught in 99-million-year-old amber, was an early pollinator

The middle chalk beetle Cretoparacucujus cycadophilus . Probably his lower jaws were used for pollination Image: Chenyang Cai Amber fossils containing beetles are nothing new, but the discovery of a beautifully preserved beetle of the Cretaceous with pollen remains around it changed our knowledge of the planet's earliest pollinating insects , Earth's oldest pollinating insects are a puzzling mystery, but …

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The most opaque site of the early universe contained relatively little matter: Study | astronomy

Astronomers know that about 12 billion years ago, gas in space was much more opaque than it is today in some regions, although the opacity varied widely from place to place. But they were not sure what caused these variations. To learn why the differences occurred, the University of California, Riverside astronomer George Becker and co-authors used the Subaru telescope …

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Looking into the Void: Cosmic Net Reveals This Part of the Early Universe It almost did not matter!

About a billion years after the Big Bang, the space-based gas was highly impermeable to ultraviolet light, and its transparency varied greatly from place to place, obscuring much of the light emitted by distant galaxies. This opaque quality contains agonizing secrets about the universe. This is because now the gas between galaxies is almost completely transparent because it is kept …

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