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Scientists have just discovered "stormquakes" – a mix of hurricanes and earthquakes. But do not worry, you are not in danger

Something similar is a stormquake, a phenomenon just discovered by a research team led by Wenyuan Fan, a professor and seismologist at Florida State University. The findings were published on Monday in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. However, it's not as scary as it sounds. Fan broke it like that. When hurricanes (or norlands or winter storms) are in the …

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"Stormquakes" are a real thing, scientists say

The seafloor shakes in cyclones and Nor & eastern. The shaking was previously regarded as a seismic background noise & # 39; t dangerous. Scientists have discovered that the ocean floor is trembling with hurricanes and northeastern strikes and a magnitude 3.5 earthquake rumbles. You mentioned the phenomenon "stormquake". The scary-sounding mash-up was described in Florida State University researchers' research …

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Scientists discover that large storms can trigger "stormquakes."

WASHINGTON (AP) – Scientists have discovered a mash-up of two feared disasters – hurricanes and earthquakes – and they call them "stormquakes." Seafloor Shaking Can Be Hurricane and Norse According to a study in this week's Geophysical Research Letters, it rumbles like a 3.5 magnitude earthquake and can last for days. The quakes are quite common, but were not noticed …

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Scientists discover method to generate and trap triones at room temperature

A UMD-led research team has developed a method for trapping room temperature triones in single-walled carbon nanotubes. In this photoluminescence spectroscopy image, trapped triones and excitons can be seen as bright red spots against the dark blue background emissions of the host nanotube. This new work makes it possible to manipulate quasiparticles such as trionene and study their fundamental properties …

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Scientists want to make a 3D map of the entire world before climate change

In 2018, archaeologists bathed part of a Guatemalan forest to reveal the profile of a hidden, ancient metropolis. Now, researchers at a nonprofit called The Earth Archive would like to use this method again to map the entire land area of ​​the Earth. (Credit: Luke Auld-Thomas and Marcello A. Canuto)            Earth is changing faster than anyone can comprehend. Every …

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Scientists discover hidden information in the 140-year-old concept of fundamental physics

Physicists have found a way to access physical information that, according to a recent publication, has been hidden from science for 140 years. As early as 1879, the physicist Edwin Hall discovered that electric currents bend when placed in a magnetic field, creating a voltage and a new electric field perpendicular to the current. Scientists have used this phenomenon, known …

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Scientists identify the cause of harmful dendrites and whiskers in lithium batteries

PNNL scientists Chongmin Wang, Wu Xu and Yang He use the specially modified transmission electron microscope to record images and videos of growing whiskers in a lithium battery. Picture credits: Andrea Starr / PNNL Scientists have discovered a cause for the growth of needle-like structures known as dendrites and whiskers that plague lithium batteries, sometimes causing a short circuit, failure, …

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