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From Eos: "Becoming Habitable in the Habitable Zone"

Eos

4.29.16
Sarah Stanley


An artist’s rendition of Kepler-186f, an Earth-size planet in the habitable zone of a distant solar system. Little is known about its composition, but if it turns out to be rocky like Earth, it may be subject to climate-mantle-core interactions that determine whether it can actually sustain life. 409 more words

Basic Research

Empties! 

Hi! I always love watching these videos so I had to share! I think they give you a better idea of products because the first time use excitement has worn off. 13 more words

"The Green Stone" by Diana Wynne Jones

I had originally listed “The Green Stone” as a 1996 story because that’s the year given in Unexpected Magic’; however, in Diana Wynne Jones: The Fantastic Tradition and Children’s Literature… 492 more words

Fantasy

Canon EOS 80D vs. Sony A6300: A quick measure of imaging performance

Welcome the new generation of prosumer cameras!

The Canon EOS 80D and the Sony A6300 are the latest APS-C entries from both these companies, and you could say they both represent the current limits of APS-C technology for both their brands. 398 more words

Technology

Top 10 Drug Store Products

Although shopping at Sephora is great when buying quality makeup, it can get pretty pricey! Over the hundreds of brands at popular cosmetics stores, the totals can start to add up! 560 more words

Makeup/ Makeup Looks

From Eos: "Crowdsourced Seismology"

Eos

4.26.16
Elizabeth Deatrick

At the Seismological Society of America (SSA) meeting last week, in a session on “Citizen Seismology,” researchers from around the globe presented their crowdsourced earthquake detection networks. 963 more words

Applied Research & Technology