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Intense rainfall threatens parts of central US

Added: 08.08.2022 0:16 | 31 views | 0 comments

From Seattle to Oklahoma City to Boston, scorching high temperatures or torrential rainfall are on tap for much of the US.

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From Chile to Mexico: 30 Houses on the Coast of the Pacific Ocean

Added: 07.08.2022 20:20 | 2 views | 0 comments


Is there only one way to inhabit the coast? The Pacific coast, the largest ocean on earth, is a vast territory with a great diversity of temperature, winds, and topography, among others. Consequently, it has a great variety of ecosystems, ranging from the freezing point near the poles, vast deserts and forests, to the hot tropical rainforest. Such majestic diversity is no stranger to architecture, responding to the different contexts in which it is placed. As a result, there is a great variety of architectural works, all of which share in framing the views of the sea.

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Heatwave forced Google and Oracle to shut down computers

Added: 05.08.2022 20:18 | 58 views | 0 comments

Record temperatures meant some cooling systems failed at the firm's London data centres.

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Electric Bills Are High. Set Your Thermostat to This Temperature to Save Money

Added: 05.08.2022 19:16 | 37 views | 0 comments

Here's the ideal thermostat number to stay cool without draining your wallet, according to the US Department of Energy.

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Iraqis swelter as temperatures soar

Added: 05.08.2022 18:46 | 23 views | 0 comments

Baghdad residents struggled to cope with the scorching heat on Friday as temperatures soared above 50 degrees Celsius. (Aug. 5)

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When it comes to obesity, the problem isn’t an excess of fat but its loss of function, researchers argue

Added: 05.08.2022 18:22 | 29 views | 0 comments

Obesity is known to cause cardiometabolic diseases like hypertension and diabetes but attributing these diseases to merely an overabundance of fat is a simplification. On a basic level, fat acts as a receptacle to store energy, but upon a closer look it is an essential actor in vital bodily processes like the immune response, the regulation of insulin sensitivity, and maintenance of body temperature. Researchers argue that the negative health effects of obesity stem not simply from an excess of fat but from the decline in its ability to respond to changes, or in other words, its plasticity.

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How getting in the water can improve physical and mental health

Added: 05.08.2022 17:27 | 87 views | 0 comments

As summer edges closer and temperatures gradually rise, more and more of us will take to the water in search of a range of benefits for body and mind.

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Greenhouse gas emissions are warming up nights faster than days

Added: 05.08.2022 17:20 | 5 views | 0 comments

Since 1951, the gap between night and day temperatures has closed by 0.41°C, and simulations show that the bulk of this warming is due to greenhouse gas emissions

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Climate change made UK 40°C heatwave at least 10 times more likely

Added: 05.08.2022 17:20 | 8 views | 0 comments

The estimate is thought to be on the low side, because climate models are not doing a good job of reproducing how fast temperatures have risen in western Europe

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