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A Better Way to Think About Wildland Fires

A Better Way to Think About Wildland Fires

By Micah Moen 14 Comments August 25, 2019

We can’t just put the fires out because we can’t put them out. We’ve tried that now for a century, and it doesn’t work. It just makes the next one worse. You may see a place like this and think: total devastation. And it’s not your fault for thinking that. But that depiction is, as […]

Life Inside a Dead Whale

Life Inside a Dead Whale

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

If a whale falls in the ocean, and no one’s around to see it, does it still create a complex, unique ecosystem? Turns out, it does. A whale fall is what happens when a whale dies out in the open ocean and its body sinks really far — to at least a thousand meters down. […]

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S. Korea, China, Japan devising policies to boost eco-friendly car production: Report

S. Korea, China, Japan devising policies to boost eco-friendly car production: Report

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 25, 2019

South Korea, China and Japan are reportedly drawing up measures to encourage the production of more eco-friendly vehicles, such as electric cars. Seoul-based Yonhap News Agency cites sources saying South Korea and China will penalize local firms that don’t manufacture as many electric vehicles as their respective governments recommend. The South Korean government is in […]

Google Data Center 360° Tour

Google Data Center 360° Tour

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

[electronic music] Sandeep: Hi. My name is Sandeep, a developer advocate on the Google Cloud platform. Welcome to the Google Data Center at the Dalles, Oregon. Take a look around. Before we go inside, we need to make sure that we have the appropriate security clearance. Most Google employees can’t even get in here. So […]

Evolutionary Development: Chicken Teeth – Crash Course Biology #17

Evolutionary Development: Chicken Teeth – Crash Course Biology #17

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

When little kids say they want to grow up to be a scientist, here’s what they actually mean: a. They want to blow things up in a laboratory setting. b. They want to get bitten by a radioactive monkey which will turn them into a terrifying humanoid battle monkey. c. They want to make a […]

HOW TO GET ALL PORTAL GLYPHS FAST 1.33 NO MAN’S SKY ATLAS RISES

HOW TO GET ALL PORTAL GLYPHS FAST 1.33 NO MAN’S SKY ATLAS RISES

By Micah Moen 45 Comments August 25, 2019

If you want to know just about everything that is known about how glyphs work as well as travellers & the most efficient way to glyph up your game then you’re in the right place. Patch 1.32 has given us a better way to find the graves of travellers and earn our glyphs for wormhole […]

Assyrian Kings and Their Gods — A Lecture by Simeon Chavel

Assyrian Kings and Their Gods — A Lecture by Simeon Chavel

By Micah Moen 1 Comment August 25, 2019

TERREN WELN: Hello, everybody. Welcome to today’s Wednesday Lunch here at the Divinity School. I’m Terren Weln, the Director of Communication. I organized this series. So it’s my pleasure to see you today on this cold Wednesday. Before we get started, I just want to do our housekeeping. I want to thank our crew for […]

Restoring India’s Cloud Forests – Khasi Hills Community REDD+

Restoring India’s Cloud Forests – Khasi Hills Community REDD+

By Micah Moen 2 Comments August 25, 2019

The Khasi Hills Community REDD+ project is helping the Khasi people of north-eastern India to regenerate their forests and ancient sacred groves. This is a Plan Vivo project that reduces forest loss and carbon emissions while also protecting forest ecosystems and helping to create income for rural families. In Meghalaya the local people have indigenous […]

The Mangrove Action Project – Mangrove Forest Restoration & Conservation

The Mangrove Action Project – Mangrove Forest Restoration & Conservation

By Micah Moen 16 Comments August 25, 2019

A sea without a mangrove is like a tree without any roots mangroves are vital for our future a dynamic habitat linking land and sea filtering pollutants to protect sea grasses and corals a living bioshield and protector against storms and tsunamis a critical food source that supports 75% of tropical fish catches with a […]