Month: January 2019

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The Weather Prediction Center’s rainfall forecast through February 7, 2019.Dennis Mersereau Forecasters expect a strong low-pressure system to develop in the eastern Pacific Ocean on Friday and move toward northern and central California through the weekend. The storm system will likely bring heavy rain and gusty
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It’s time to rethink manufacturability and seriously consider “pop-up” manufacturing, an on-site manufacturing center brought to customer hubs. Satellite constellations are the new standard of the space economy. Iridium Communications paved the way for others to launch their own constellation programs like SpaceX and OneWeb. The FCC has issued more than 19,000 licenses for satellites communications
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Since its discovery in 1938, the drug LSD — that’s lysergic acid diethylamide — has puzzled researchers. They knew the drug had a profound effect on people, causing hallucinations and an altered state of consciousness, but they couldn’t figure out why. Now that could be changing. A research team from the University Hospital of Psychiatry Zurich thinks it’s figured out
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Bands of lake effect snow show up on radar in western New York on Jan. 30, 2019.Gibson Ridge/NOAA The National Weather Service in Buffalo, New York, on Wednesday took the extraordinary step of calling blizzard conditions and intense cold across the region a “particularly dangerous situation,” strong language reserved for only the most severe storms.
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