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Study reveals new structure of gold at extremes

Three of the images taken in the Argonne National Laboratory's Dynamic Compression Sector highlight diffraction signals recorded on the X-ray detector. Section 1 shows the cubic face-centered initial structure; Section 2 shows the new cubic body-centered structure at 220 GPa; and section 3 shows the liquid gold at 330 GPa. Picture credits: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Gold is an extremely …

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A warming Arctic creates weather extremes in our latitudes – ScienceDaily

Atmospheric researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), have now developed a climate model that accurately maps the frequently observed whorl of the jet stream, a large airflow over the northern hemisphere. The breakthrough came when scientists combined their global climate model with a new machine learning algorithm in the field of ozone …

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The Atlantic Current, which is now the slowest in 1,000 years, warned scientists about possible climatic extremes

In two separate studies, the scientists found that the current influence of the Atlantic on the regulation of the Earth's climate in postindustrial years has slowed considerably. An Atlantic Current known as the "Ocean Belt" to regulate the climate of our planet is now moving at its slowest pace in 1,000 years. This has given rise to concern among scientists …

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Studies show that the slowing of the ocean could cause climate extremes

Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that matter are delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIPTION In the 2004 blockbuster "The Day After Morning", the world faced a doomsday scenario: Global warming closed the mighty ocean currents over a new ice age. The apocalyptic act was something invented by Hollywood, but its origins are in reality permeated – …

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