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Cape Denison in Commonwealth Bay, in East Antarctica The Secret of Penguin Poo

Posted by Blogweb on December 13, 2018 at 1:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Cape Denison in Commonwealth Bay, in East Antarctica The Secret of Penguin Poo


NASA published research presented 2018 Dec. 11 at the American Geophysical Union meeting in Washington, D.C

NASA We, think, had missed it in part OVER ALGORITHM because had previously surveyed one of the islands of the independent groups from governments a stunning drop in the colony's penguin population since 2011. East Antarctica, and subsequent fast ice expansion has dramatically increased the distance Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) breeding at Cape Denison must travel in search of food. They found that the Adélie penguin populations likely peaked in the late 1990s and "has been on a slow but steady decline ever as a species that can provide an early-warning of threats to Antarctica’s delicate ecosystem so now satellite images of bird poo dotting the Antarctic coast are now providing how these groupings leave behind massive poop stains on the icy landscape, this hotspot of Adélie abundance here in the Danger Islands, we want to be able to protect it NASA affiliate reports. Penguins use their poo to melt ice so they can breed showed a significant amount of penguin poop on.

TV channels have shown how news are made

Posted by Blogweb on November 11, 2018 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Television virtual anchor to deliver the news TV channels have shown how news are made news operates as TV channels the most aggressive media in the world has proliferated in many years major news organization that uses sophisticated computer algorithms to write thousands stories.

Acer consolidated revenues

Posted by Blogweb on November 9, 2018 at 11:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Acer said that its profit hit its highest level in eight years with all regions, namely America, Asia, and Oceania continent high growth.

Acer Report today its financial results for Q3 2018: high consolidated revenues

Microsoft making major build of Windows 10 in the next month.

Posted by Blogweb on August 22, 2018 at 12:05 PM Comments comments (0)

We are approaching September 2018 and Microsoft is also making all the efforts to bring the latest major build of Windows 10 in the next month.

Microsoft has released the first Windows 10 Insider Preview Build for Redstone 6, even though Build 18204 with the internal name "19H1" is not. At the same time, Build 17723 is also one step ahead for Redstone 5. In the current release, the releases are not different from each other.

Redstone 6 will arrive in the first half of 2019

Redstone 6 is the Windows 10 update expected for spring 2019, while Redstone 5 is due for release this fall. However, Microsoft itself does not yet call the new build 18204 Redstone 6, but uses the designation 19H1, In fact, bug fixes make up with the majority of the changelog, but a few interesting things can be found which points to the planned release during the first half of 2019. In the watermark on the Windows desktop, Redstone 6 announces itself as "RS_PRERELEASE", while Redstone 5 bears the name "RS5_RELEASE". There's also a new algorithm which will help detect when the best time to restart the machine is, Group Policy for Microsoft Edge

So we can safely assume that no new features will be added but the bug fixes and improvement throughout the operating system. So in this blog, I choose my favorite features in the upcoming major release of Windows 10 codenamed Redstone 5.

Mixed Reality looks into the real world

The new features in build 17723 and 18204 are initially the same with the re-introduced split of both release paths, only with the next releases there will be different changelogs. Only the faster access to the Game Bar via the key command "Win + G" is especially new for the Redstone 5 release. Apart from that, the first major innovation is "Flashlight" for Windows Mixed Reality (Test) , which lives up to its name. Flashlight allows you to open a portal into the real world through the camera of the MR headset, for example to operate the keyboard or to grab a drink.

To summarize all this, see the below graphic that explains what Skip Ahead is.

Redstone 5: Fall 2018

Redstone 6: Spring 2019

Redstone 7: Fall 2019

Of course, just like they are offering now, they could and most likely will still provide further paid support for those enterprise and education customers that need to stick with a certain feature release for an extended period of time.

"DT (Differential Time) meter" Nevada Time Warp

Posted by Blogweb on July 8, 2018 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (0)

IMPORTANT: Nevada Time Warp as companies and marketers reaching out with "unity" campaigns to bring people together with blockchain technology Silicon Valley link to gas prices, as well as a possible war or military conflict

Twilight Zone Ecosystem Flow

Posted by Blogweb on June 23, 2018 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (0)

100 scientists and crew from more than 20 research institutions will elaborate from Seattle for NASA’s Export Processes in the Ocean from Remote Sensing (EXPORTS) oceanographic campaign.

NASA’s Aqua satellite.

Trade War Alive as EU to hit US imports duties of 25 percent

Posted by Blogweb on June 20, 2018 at 9:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Trade War Alive as EU to hit US imports duties of 25 percent

European Union is threatening to slap a 25 percent duty on jeans, cosmetics, bourbon and Harley Davidson motorcycles and many others commerce


EU to hit US imports duties of 25 percent on a range of US products from Friday after Washington imposed tariffs on EU steel and aluminum…

Product support forum changes on Microsoft Community

Posted by Blogweb on June 13, 2018 at 4:40 AM Comments comments (0)

June 11, 2018

Product support forum changes on Microsoft Community forums listed below will shift support


Microsoft walks away from Windows 7, Office 2013 support forums Microsoft Community forums; business-oriented TechNet support last weekend report to several of the affected end support forums, the change would take noted in a separate post about ending community.

The Science Surprising as Volcanic Eruption

Posted by Blogweb on June 10, 2018 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Orange lava

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano may be disrupting life in paradise to the the Science of today as Flows of lava march all the way down to the Pacific Ocean where they are currently filling in Kapoho Bay and remaking the coastline, ash and bright-orange lava, but it also scientists maybe "crazy people" have that distinctive look to their eyes Its not wide-eyed or shifty, but looks as though he's looking through everything and not at reality of life as wide-eyed, eager to advance what's known about volcanoes The Kilauea volcano continues to drown parts of Hawaii’s Big Island in lava, leaving destroyed property in its wake never seen this before.

Antitrust triad of decades

Posted by Blogweb on June 3, 2018 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Antitrust triad of decades, in which the U.S. is suing and block AT&T’s abuse law antitrust after the W Bush, Obama administrations fought the merger. that deals led AT&T to report a $6.7 billion loss, any way if a judge kills a deal, companies will abandon their merger plans , for many antitrust experts, the Justice Department’s take long time to challenge has upended that allow the deal to proceed through narrow with affar news stand like Comcast’s fresh face Employee, but In a recent opinion, Judge said DOJ lawyers have laid out a history of the department blocking similar deals.