Manchin permit deal is a major setback for environmental justice

Manchin permit deal is a major setback for environmental justice

In September, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael Regan held a press conference in Warren County, North Carolina, to announce the creation of a new national office. charged with advancing environmental justice and civil rights. That same month, the county commemorated 40 years since its predominantly black residents marched to a nearby landfill to protest …

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NASA report details dark period in American history but finds no direct evidence Webb fired people for their sexual orientation

NASA report details dark period in American history but finds no direct evidence Webb fired people for their sexual orientation

NASA has announced the release of the James Webb History Report, a document detailing their investigation of the Next Generation Space Telescope’s namesake which headed into space on December 25, 2021. Months before its launch, the observatory was the subject of controversy when it was revealed that Webb was involved in the so-called “Lavender Scare”. …

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Mathematical theorem used to crack US government encryption algorithm

Mathematical theorem used to crack US government encryption algorithm

Credit: public domain CC0 In the digital age and the move towards quantum computing, protecting data from hacking attacks is one of our biggest challenges, and one that experts, governments and industries around the world whole are trying to answer. While this is an effort to build a more connected and secure future, it can …

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ESA's new parastronaut John McFall, a British former Paralympic sprinter who will take part in a potentially groundbreaking feasibility study to explore whether physical disability will impair space travel, poses with ESA's new astronauts Meganne Christian, left, and Rosemary Coogan, right, during the ESA Council at Ministerial level (CM22) at the Grand Palais Ephemere, in Paris, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. The European Space Agency has selected a disabled former athlete to be among its its newest astronaut recruits as part of its first recruitment drive in over a decade that aimed to bring diversity to space travel. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Space diversity: the European space agency obtains the 1st parastronaut

PARIS (AP) – The European Space Agency made history on Wednesday by selecting an amputee to be part of its new group of astronauts, complementing that with an unprecedented commitment to one day send a physically disabled person to the space. John McFall, a 41-year-old former British Paralympian who lost his right leg in a …

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Space diversity: the European space agency obtains the 1st parastronaut

Space diversity: the European space agency obtains the 1st parastronaut

PARIS (AP) — The European Space Agency made history on Wednesday by selecting an amputee who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident to be part of its new group of astronauts — a leap towards its pioneering ambition to send a physically disabled person into space. John McFall, a 41-year-old Briton who lost his …

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Space diversity: the European Space Agency obtains the first parastronaut

Space diversity: the European Space Agency obtains the first parastronaut

By THOMAS ADAMSON, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — The European Space Agency made history on Wednesday by selecting an amputee who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident to be part of its new group of astronauts — a leap towards its pioneering ambition to send a physically disabled person into space. John McFall, a …

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Space diversity: the European space agency obtains the 1st parastronaut

Space diversity: the European space agency obtains the 1st parastronaut

PARIS (AP) – The European Space Agency made history on Wednesday by selecting an amputee to be part of its new group of astronauts, complementing that with an unprecedented commitment to one day send a physically disabled person to the space. John McFall, a 41-year-old former British Paralympian who lost his right leg in a …

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We Now Know Why Black Hole Jets Produce High-Energy Radiation

We Now Know Why Black Hole Jets Produce High-Energy Radiation

Enlarge / The jets of material ejected around black holes can be enormous. Active galactic nuclei, powered by the supermassive black holes they contain, are the brightest objects in the Universe. The light comes from jets of matter projected at a speed close to light by the environment around the black hole. In most cases, …

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The 3-Leg Stool of Successful Grow Operations: Climate, Cultivation, and Genetics - Part 3 - Cannabis Industry Journal

The 3-Leg Stool of Successful Grow Operations: Climate, Cultivation, and Genetics – Part 3 – Cannabis Industry Journal

This is part 3 of The 3-legged stool for successful cultivation operations series. Click here to see Part 1 and here to see Part 2. Stay tuned for Part 4, coming next week. The right build Aeroponic and hydroponic systems grow plants at a very accelerated rate. A “clean room” type of construction approach is …

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