InfographicsExamplesofTeachingbyShowingTipsforStudent_4dcaf7741a08d.jpg (JPEG Image, 1208 × 2579 pixels) - Scaled (38%) Science & Archeology - News Articles - GrahamHancock.com newsdesk. Mobile hardware and software allow us to count our steps, and to count our calories, but a Vancouver, Canada, startup group asked, what about tracking our environment?
TZOA was founded in 2013. Laura Moe, the company's co-founder, said, "We felt there was a missing puzzle piece, that is, and that is, the story of what is happening on the outside of our body—things like sunshine and air quality, intangibles but things that impact our health and well being. " What they had in mind was a wearable that could create citizen scientists, out to monitor air quality and UV exposure.
Great Discoveries Channel: Sci, Space, Tech. Massive Earth-like planets that have both continents and oceans may be better at harboring extraterrestrial life than those that are water-only worlds.
A new study gives hope for the possibility that many super-Earth planets orbiting distant stars have exposed continents rather than just water-covered surfaces. Continue reading "SuperEarths with Exposed Continents Boost Chances for Extraterrestrial Life" » In 1980 and 1981 NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 space probes passed for the first time over the planet Saturn, located 1,500 million km from the Sun. Among their numerous discoveries they observed a strange, hexagon-shaped structure in the planet's uppermost clouds surrounding its north pole.
The hexagon remained virtually static, without moving, vis-à-vis the planet's overall rotation that was not accurately known. Continue reading "Saturn's Enigmatic Hexagon --"Yields Clues to the Hydrogen-Gas Giant's Hidden Atmosphere"" » Continue reading ""Where Are They? " The Ocean Explorer. Science Daily: News & Articles in Science, Health, Environment & Technology.