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Animations and images featuring NOAA's remotely-sensed data

Animations and images featuring NOAA's remotely-sensed data
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Cartographies des connaissances scientifiques Comment cartographier les sciences? De la "Métaphysique" d'Aristote à la classification de Dewey, le classement des savoirs est un enjeu philosophique majeur. Raphaël Velt retrace les cartes historiques et s'intéresse à leurs utilisations. Article publié sur OWNISciences sous le titre, Les connaissances scientifiques à la carte Les techniques cartographiques peuvent s’appliquer à toutes les disciplines scientifiques, notamment en biologie où elles servent entre autres à décrire les réseaux trophiques (plus connus sous le nom réducteur de « chaînes alimentaires ») ainsi que les réseaux complexes d’interactions entre molécules. Les techniques cartographiques peuvent en effet décrire l’état des connaissances scientifiques ainsi que la dynamique de la recherche. Une brève histoire de l’organisation des connaissances Système figuré des connoissances humaines Cette classification vieille de deux siècles et demi semble aujourd’hui quelque peu désuète. Classification Décimale de Dewey Carte de 1983

Ocean Explorer: NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer: Live Stream 1 (540p) Following the successful completion of the Mountains in the Deep: Exploring the Central Pacific Basin expedition, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer will enter a dry dock period for repairs. Our next mission is slated to begin July 6. Check out the full 2017 overview for more details on what is coming up next. [ Where is the Okeanos? ] Mission Complete2017-05-19 19:21 After 23 days at sea, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer is in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Hurricane Irene: 12 Ways to Track the Storm Online There's a lot of excitement on the East Coast this week. In addition to Tuesday's earthquake, Hurricane Irene will likely make an appearance this weekend in the Carolinas and possibly elsewhere. As I write this, Hurricane Irene is wreaking havoc on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, but who knows where it will go? Predicting the path of a hurricane is notoriously difficult work. Image courtesy of iStockphoto, Eric Hood Cyclone Center The God Particle Vs String Theory (photobucket, converting, videos, computer) - Research, computers, social science, chemistry, biology, astronomy, physics, mathematics, AI What has been dubbed the "God particle" is the Higgs boson, which are contained in what's called a Higgs Field which may permeate the entire universe everywhere at every point all the time. There might be as many as 5 Higgs Fields. It has been wondered why some particles have mass and some don't. The Higgs boson seems to work out quite well as an explanation. I thought I had posted these clips somewhere, but I'm not sure where. ‪What is a Higgs Boson? (The volume is pretty low in this video. ‪'The God Particle': The Higgs Boson‬‏ - YouTube They aren't th same. The Higgs boson would be a result of such strings. I know, that's a pretty feeble description, so please don't be too hard on me. ‪Simplifying String Theory‬‏ - YouTube ‪String Theory - (2 Minutes)‬‏ - YouTube A BigThink video of Lisa Randall talking about strings.Lisa Randall | Physicist, Harvard University | Big Think

Female Orgasm Captured In Brain Scan Animation Scientists have created the world's first video animation of the female orgasm, using a series of brain scan images. To capture the brain activity, researchers monitored a woman's brain as she lay in a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanner and stimulated herself. Psychologists at Rutgers University in New Jersey, where the study was conducted, hope the research will help them to understand the reasons why some men and women cannot reach sexual climax. Researcher, Professor Barry Komisaruk, who presented the findings at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Washington DC on Monday, told the Guardian: "The general aim of this research is to understand how the orgasm builds up from genital stimulation and what parts of the brain become recruited and finally build up into an orgasm." The animation is made up of a sequence of brain scans of Nan Wise, a 54-year-old PhD student and sex therapist in Komisaruk's lab. "We're using orgasm as a way of producing pleasure.

NOAA Marine Debris Program - Welcome MPRES Real Time Hazard Summary WTC/MPRES Real Time Hazard Summary This page is automatically generated by our computers as part of ongoing research by Watson Technical Consulting and the University of Central Florida Dept. of Statistics. For more information please see our research page . If you want reliable hazard and damage estimates for insurance, engineering, oil and gas forecasts, electrical outages, and other data, try Kinetic Analysis Corporation . For discussions on what (if anything) this stuff means, as well as lots of other data, check out our blog and hazard disucssion . WARNING! Sun Mar 31 10:52:08 UTC 2013 Tropical Cyclone Hazards Shown as open circles on map. Latest DB Update: SH922013 | 2013-03-31 04:02:16.015471 | WEB | UCAR Earthquake Hazards Shown as squares on map. Latest event in catalog: 2013-03-31 10:45:38 US Local Storm Reports Last six hours (Google Earth) Last 24 hours (Google Earth) Special Projects North Korea Nuclear Test Monitor KMZ (Google Earth File)

Haiyan, le typhon le plus puissant de l'histoire? Le typhon Haiyan qui a atteint les côtes des Philippines ce vendredi 8 novembre au matin est-il le plus violent de l’histoire? C’est l’avis de plusieurs météorologues, dont l’Américain Jeff Masters qui écrivait sur le blog de son site Wunderground.com dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi: «Trois heures avant qu’il atteigne la côte, le Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) estimait qu’Haiyan provoquait des vents de 314 km/h avec des pointes à 378 km/h, ce qui en fait le quatrième cyclone tropical le plus fort de l’histoire mondiale. La prochaine estimation d’intensité du JTWC, pour minuit TUC le 8 novembre, soit trois heures environ après qu’il ait atteint la côte, fait état de vents de 298 km/h. publicité Un avis partagé par un de ses confrères, Morgan Palmer, qui écrit sur Twitter, avec un peu plus de réserve: Do I think #Haiyan will be the strongest in recorded history to make landfall. On ne connaît pas pour le moment l’étendue des dégâts. An amazing comparison between #Katrina and #Haiyan.

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