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A high-resolution deuterium profile is now available along the entire European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica Dome C ice core, extending this climate record back to marine isotope stage 20.2, 800,000 years ago. Experiments performed with an atmospheric general circulation model including water isotopes support its temperature interpretation. We assessed the general correspondence between Dansgaard-Oeschger events and their smoothed Antarctic counterparts for this Dome C record, which reveals the presence of such features with similar amplitudes during previous glacial periods. We suggest that the interplay between obliquity and precession accounts for the variable intensity of interglacial periods in ice core records.
The 5th Beardfest is officially going down June 16-18 in the beautiful setting of the Paradise Lakes Campground in Hammonton, New Jersey. The annual fest continues to grow with each passing year behind Philadelphia’s psychedelic maestros Out Of The Beardspace, who works tirelessly to curate a unique festival unlike anything else in the area.Getting To Know: Out Of The Beardspace’s Totally Unique Musical FusionThe first phase of this year’s lineup impresses with two sets from Out Of The Beardspace, and headlining acts Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles, Moon Hooch, Start Making Sense, and The Screaming Headless Torsos. Also billed are the West Philly Orchestra, Karmic Juggernaut, Nik Greeley & The Operators, Tweed, and many more exciting up-and-comers. Peep the first phase lineup below:According to the band, the “lineup has been carefully hand selected to include a wide variety of different musical styles, and features everything from world renowned Grammy award winning artists to the girls next door who you’ve never heard of.” Learn more about who’s billed to play here.Out Of The Beardspace Shares New Video Dedicated To FansThe music coming out of Philly continues to impress with projects like these. As the festival’s mission statement so eloquently states: “In a world where entertainment is often too reduced to a passive, spectator/performer relationship, and where social interactions are too often reduced to quick moments of stolen time, and appreciation of nature is too often kicked aside for the pride of progress, Beardfest attempts to be a breath of fresh air.”Find out more about Beardfest 2016 on the festival’s website and but your tickets today.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The Sydney Morning Herald:The federal government’s top energy adviser Kerry Schott says the plunging cost of renewables will force Australia’s remaining coal plants to close even earlier than planned, as mining giant BHP renewed calls for a price on carbon to urgently slash national emissions.Energy Security Board chair Dr. Schott on Monday predicted that renewables would force many of Australia’s remaining coal-fired power plants to make an early exit from the energy market, by beating them on price.“Commercial reasons will be made about retiring coal plants and they’re likely to get dropped out the door faster than their technical lives would suggest,” she said at a Committee for Economic Development of Australia event in Melbourne.But she said the transition must be well managed to avoid a hasty rush to renewables pushing up energy prices.More: Coal’s days are numbered, top government adviser says Key Australian energy adviser backs renewables over coal
West Leihitu Police chief First Insp. Johan Anakotta confirmed the incident: “We received a report from Larike village secretary about a foreigner who was stranded on a beach in Lai hamlet.”The police chief added that Claude set his lifeboat on fire upon landing on the beach.“I don’t know why he decided to burn his lifeboat. However, the locals managed to rescue him. The Lai village chief immediately reported him to the authorities.”Johan said the police’s village-level security and public order officers (Bhabinkamtibmas) brought the Frenchman immediately to the community health center in Alang village, located near Larike.Claude underwent a medical checkup at the COVID-19 post at the district.“The medical process is still ongoing. He told us he had decided to return to his home country soon,” Johan said. (dpk)Topics : A Frenchman was found stranded on Thursday evening on a beach in Lai hamlet in West Leihitu district, Central Maluku regency, Maluku, apparently after his boat sank.The man, identified as Alain Michael Claude, 62, told the West Leihitu Police that his boat sank in waters off the hamlet after being hit by heavy seas. Claude claimed he managed to survive after escaping on a lifeboat.Claude also told the authorities that he sailed by himself and planned to go to the provincial capital of Ambon, before eventually returning to France.