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4 Ingredients Of A Comfy Home

No matter what kind of home you live in or where, one of the essentials that everyone can agree on is that being comfortable is one of the most important things of all. 484 more words

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Acidification and warming affect prominent bacteria in two seasonal phytoplankton bloom mesocosms

In contrast to clear stimulatory effects of rising temperature, recent studies of the effects of CO2 on planktonic bacteria have reported conflicting results. To better understand the potential impact of predicted climate scenarios on the development and performance of bacterial communities, we performed bifactorial mesocosm experiments (pCO2 and temperature) with Baltic Sea water, during a diatom dominated bloom in autumn and a mixed phytoplankton bloom in summer. 166 more words

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Day 55: Why 70°F in February isn't good news

I could have sworn I woke up in the wrong country this morning. Clear blue skies, sun-bathing conditions, robins singing in the trees? Are those piles of snow on the lawn really from a Nor’easter that hit Albany ten days ago? 601 more words

Saving The World In 365 Days Challenge

Logging temperature using an Arduino and AD7410 sensor

This article is a quick and dirty demonstration to hack yourself a temperature data logger which saves its results to an SD card. The sensor of use is a HTU21D, a I²C temperature and humidity sensor. 496 more words

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Lukewarm

I know I’m going back a few days on this prompt, but I’ve been pondering on it for a while now. The very first thing that jumped into my head was the film ‘War Room’, in particular the following clip from it: 481 more words

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New Hair Dye Changes Colors Based On Temperature And Surrounding Environment

We all remember mood rings, correct?  They changed colors depending on your mood so they said, but it was all based on body temperature.

Lauren Bowker is a data visualization scientist who has taken the mood ring concept, and applied it to hair dye.   166 more words

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New Hair Dye Changes Colors Based On Temperature And Surrounding Environment

We all remember mood rings, correct?  They changed colors depending on your mood so they said, but it was all based on body temperature.

Lauren Bowker is a data visualization scientist who has taken the mood ring concept, and applied it to hair dye.   159 more words

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