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Stars are colossal fusion reactors, burning hydrogen into helium. As the nuclei fuse lighter elements into heavier elements, massive amounts of energy are released. A new game sets you the task of nucleosynthesis, building hydrogen into iron, and it'
As the air pollution keeps getting worse, this is the future to protect yourself from airborne diseases. Scientists are now developing ways to administer oxygen intravenously through gas-filled microparticles. The injectable oxygen can save patients
An American Airlines plane heading from Mexico to Dallas-Fort Worth has made an emergency stop in Abilene after developing a cabin pressure problem. American spokesman Matt Miller said Tuesday that Flight 1225 from Cabo San Lucas was carrying 133
www.slocleanair.org » Comments Sports 1 hour ago The Cal Poly baseball team is tied for first place in the Big West and the third ranked team in the nation.
Several sets of multi-layer equipment are demonstrated at the company's office in Handan city, Hebei province, March 30, 2014. [Photo by He Yini / chinadaily.com.cn] Remember how many times you have complained about the air quality or worried over
People are being advised to guard against an increased risk of sunburn due to stronger than usual ultraviolet rays normally associated with high summer. The Met Office says the high UV levels are due to an "ozone anomaly" currently affecting the UK,
Journey's Pineda plans to launch own music American rock band Journey's lead vocalist Arnel Pineda said he's been putting together an album of his own compositions in his own voice which he plans to release this year...Briefs HBO orders 2 more
At this altitude, the oxygen level of the air is only a third of what it is at sea level. Most people exposed to such conditions would quickly pass out, and may even die. Scientists believe lessons learned from the bar-headed goose could help prevent
Simon Fraser University wants to put its hyperbaric chamber to work in studying a possible treatment for autism . As the only hyperbaric chamber in Canada at a research centre, it's a chance to examine a treatment that has anecdotal backing from
Large, naturally occurring low-oxygen zones in the Pacific appear to be expanding, and there is a sharp change in the number of bacteria that produce and consume different forms of toxic sulfur, according to a UC Merced researcher's latest paper in