What 'Universe 25' says about the psyche of the urban population

What ‘Universe 25’ says about the psyche of the urban population

An experiment conducted in the 1960s showed how population density affects behavior patterns. The result was violence. It may be time to ask ourselves how the adverse effects of population density will affect our children October 01, 2022, 11:10 a.m. Last modification: 01 October 2022, 14:22 Md Morshedul Alam Mohabat. Sketch: TBS “> Md Morshedul …

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Astronomers simulate the Cat's Eye Nebula in 3D

Astronomers simulate the Cat’s Eye Nebula in 3D

In a recent study published in Royal Astronomical Society Monthly Notices, an international team of researchers led by Stanford University produced the first computer-generated 3D model of the Cat’s Eye Nebula, which unveiled a symmetrical pair of rings that surround the nebula’s outer shell. This study has the potential to help us better understand the …

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After Ian, river flooding threatens towns in Florida's interior

After Ian, river flooding threatens towns in Florida’s interior

NORTH PORT, Fla. (AP) — As Hurricane Ian ravaged coastal towns in Southwest Florida, residents of this quiet suburb thought they would be safe, having no beach and living outside. outside areas under evacuation orders. But then the water continued to flow. Since Ian passed, water levels have risen dramatically, turning roads into canals, reaching …

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Hurricane Ian could leave behind a trail of environmental hazards

Hurricane Ian could leave behind a trail of environmental hazards

Gypsum piles at a disposal site in Piney Point, Florida, with 20-30 foot walls containing 400 million gallons of phosphorus and nitrogen in open ponds, look like a natural site for a potential disaster as Hurricane Ian battered large parts of Florida. In April 2021, the plant pumped polluted water into Tampa Bay, which scientists …

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Rare disease PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome (PHTS) Obtaining the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) code

Rare disease PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome (PHTS) Obtaining the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) code

The International Classification of Diseases Clinical Modification, Revision 10, Clinical Modification System (ICD-10-CM) will now include PHTS. A unique code for PHTS (Q85.81) will be incorporated into the revision to be released on October 1, 2022. The code will improve patient care and facilitate future clinical, natural history, and epidemiological research. CHELTENHAM, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PTEN Research …

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A planet-sized heat wave has been discovered in Jupiter's atmosphere

A planet-sized heat wave has been discovered in Jupiter’s atmosphere

A heat wave the size of 10 Earths has been discovered in Jupiter’s atmosphere. It was 130,000 kilometers (about 81,000 miles) in diameter and a scorching 700 degrees Celsius (1,292 degrees Fahrenheit), moving at speeds of up to 2,400 meters per second from the Jovian north pole. And that, scientists say, could solve one of …

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First potential traces of the first stars in the universe

First potential traces of the first stars in the universe

Astronomers may have discovered the ancient chemical remnants of the first stars to light up the Universe. Using innovative analysis of a distant quasar observed by the 8.1-meter Gemini North Telescope in Hawai’i, operated by NSF’s NOIRLab, scientists have found an unusual ratio of elements that, according to them, could only have come from the …

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