Tag: light

Diana Walstad’s “The Ecology of the Planted Aquarium”

Diana Walstad’s “The Ecology of the Planted Aquarium”

By Micah Moen 62 Comments October 9, 2019

What up fishtank people? Fishtanktv.com, Dustin’s fish tanks on a Monday. I want to bring it to you today. People have been asking me about some good books to check out and I’ve got one. It’s near and dear to my heart and I kind of want to talk about it. So this book here […]

Building a Positive School Climate – Quality Counts 2013: Code of Conduct

Building a Positive School Climate – Quality Counts 2013: Code of Conduct

By Micah Moen 1 Comment September 12, 2019

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Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis

By Micah Moen 100 Comments September 1, 2019

hi it’s mr. Andersen and in this podcast I’m going to talk about photosynthesis I love photosynthesis because it gives me two things that I need I need to breathe so it gives me oxygen and I need to eat and so it’s going to give me food and so I love photosynthesis you might […]

Rise Of Eco-Friendly Offices 전기 없이 따뜻…태양광 설비 뜬다 [Arirang News]

Rise Of Eco-Friendly Offices 전기 없이 따뜻…태양광 설비 뜬다 [Arirang News]

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 31, 2019

Can you really light and heat an entire office with nothing more than solar energy and plants? Seems implausible… but a company in Korea is trying to do just that…. as our Kim Hyun-bin explains.?Warm sunlight pours through these office windows over a garden of plants…just as the afternoon clouds part ways against this metropolitan […]

Universe Size Comparison 3D

Universe Size Comparison 3D

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

Ceres, 950 km The Moon, 3500 km Callisto, 4800 km Mercury, 4900 km Mars, 6800 km Venus, 12000 Earth, 13000 km (You are Here) Kepler 22b, 30000 km Neptune, 50000 km Uranus, 51000 km Saturn, 120 000 km Jupiter, 140 000 km Proxima Centauri, 200 000 km The Sun, 1.4 Million km Sirius A, 2.5 […]

The Strange Scourge of Light Pollution

The Strange Scourge of Light Pollution

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 23, 2019

In January 1994, a 6.7-magnitude earthquake knocked out power in Los Angeles. In the following hours, emergency services fielded an alarming number of phone calls from people asking if the big silvery cloud hovering in the night sky somehow caused the quake. They were referring to the Milky Way. Which is maybe a little sad […]

Are We Losing the Night Sky?

Are We Losing the Night Sky?

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 15, 2019

Hey smart people, Joe here. For pretty much all of human history, this has meant the end of our day. Sure, we harnessed fire, and some artificial light, but we are not natural creatures of the night. But now we’re able to be part of the night like never before in human history. All thanks […]

Why Does Deep Sea Life Look So Strange?

Why Does Deep Sea Life Look So Strange?

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 15, 2019

You unlock this world with a deep sea submersible. At 1000 meters you’re moving into a world of both shadows and wet substance, of things and stranger things, you have just crossed into… the bathypelagic zone. Hello there land lubbers, Julian here for DNews. Until July 10, 2016 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ship […]

Deaf Ecosystem Spotlight – Dunn Rite Optical – Convo

Deaf Ecosystem Spotlight – Dunn Rite Optical – Convo

By Micah Moen 1 Comment August 14, 2019

Did you know that It’s the same principle as how we protect our skin from the sun’s UV with sunblock lotion. Too much exposure of blue light is very damaging to your eyes. It helps your mood and alertness. It regulates your natural wake time and sleep cycle. Blue light passes through the lens of […]

10 Ways Mac OS is just BETTER

10 Ways Mac OS is just BETTER

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 11, 2019

LINUS: We asked you our faithful community why you think Mac OS is the bomb. And we compiled this list of the 10 ways that Mac OS really is just plain better. A ridge wallet is a sleek way to keep wallet bulge down thanks to its compact frame and RFID blocking inner plates. Use […]