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Seems like a huge improvement to me. Wind turbine gearboxes (that increase RPMs from the blade hub to the generator) have been wearing out and failing prematurely in a large portion of installed units. This direct-drive generator takes that out of the equation.
Our friends over at GE Power Conversion have turned our attention to the fact that the cost of offshore wind energy is higher than it could be, partly because of, well, wind. Installation and maintenance operations have to elbow in around weather that often varies from challenging to life-threatening, and according to GE, every time
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"The 8-meter Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will image the entire visible sky a few times each week for 10 years. It is expected to see first light in 2019 and begin full operation in 2022."
"By 2020, 70 percent of the world’s astronomical infrastructure is expected to be concentrated in Chile."
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will take the most thorough survey ever of the Southern sky.
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Anyone know if PBS online videos can be watched on a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, etc... or do they require a PC-based browser?

+Denys Dmytriyenko I'm guessing you know
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I only use Roku. Its the best device by far. I would suggest Roku 3. Costco sells it for $80.
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Nuclear energy, both fission and fusion, are the long-term future of energy, IMO. Wind and solar will likely remain mostly supplemental.
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yes I agree, I can't see wind and solar managing to scale up to the state where we can rely of them to supply the amount of energy we are going to need
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Isarna Initiates First-in-Human Phase I Trial for ISTH0036 to Treat Advanced Glaucoma Munich, Germany, April 16, 2015 / B3C newswire / -- Isarna Therapeutics, the leader in transforming growth factor...
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Current sunspot activity.
Left: iron-20 & 23 emission (revealing magnetic field lines)
Right: visible light
#tealandorange  

http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/how-sdo-sees-the-sun/
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Is math invented by humans, or is it the language of the universe?
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I just cured myself of a bad earworm with some John Lee Hooker.
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"The authors conclude that some of the reported acceleration of the universe can be explained by color differences between the two groups of supernovae, leaving less acceleration than initially reported. This would, in turn, require less dark energy than currently assumed."
Certain types of supernovae, or exploding stars, are more diverse than previously thought, a University of Arizona-led team of astronomers has discovered. The results, reported in two papers published in the Astrophysical Journal, have implications for big cosmological questions, such as how fast the universe has been expanding since the Big Bang. Most importantly, the findings hint at the possibility that the acceleration of the expansion of the...
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