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The pulse of the Earth’s surface

On the Earth, matter is always in motion. We all learn about the water cycle at school – the fact that, thanks to energy from the sun, and the Earth’s surface being in a temperature range where water can exist … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

Earthquakes Debate over whether some faults detected beneath Japanese reactors are active or not is holding up nuclear restart. http://www.nature.com/news/quake-fears-rise-at-japan-s-reactors-1.12368 Seismic imaging of section of the Alpine Fault in NZ finds 3 principal en echelon strands, several shallow secondary splays. … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

A busy week for both of us this week – Anne had a stimulating few days at the ScienceOnline 2013 conference in North Carolina, while Chris tried to achieve something other than teaching prep. But, through all this, we still … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

Since it seems much of the northern hemisphere is cold and snowy at the moment, here’s some good reading to curl up with a hot drink over. For those in the southern hemisphere: here’s some good brain food to distract … Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

Up-Goer 5 We found ourselves right at the centre of this week’s dominant Twitter meme, as Anne’s post on using the Up-Goer 5 text editor to break down complex scientific concepts into simple words triggered a wealth of wonderful responses … Continue reading

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