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Origins of life: New model may explain emergence of self-replication on early Earth

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http://feeds.sciencedaily.com — One question of the origin of life in particular remains problematic: what enabled the leap from a primordial soup of individual monomers to self-replicating polymer chains? A new model proposes a potential mechanism by which self-replication could have emerged. It posits that template-assisted ligation, the joining of two polymers by using a third, longer one as a template, could have enabled po Read More
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Learning early about late flights, weather complications

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http://feeds.sciencedaily.com — A new study improves how air traffic managers cope with unexpected delays and provides them with more predictable ways to manage arrival traffic at airports with adverse weather. Read More
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Cancer May Leave Early Warning Signs in Cheek Cells

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http://feedproxy.google.com — Smoking may cause changes in cells that are linked cancers beyond lung cancer, including breast and gynecological cancers, a new study finds. Read More
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Shifting winds: An early warning for reduced energy

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http://feeds.sciencedaily.com — Chinook winds can precede large shifts in wind power output from wind farms -- a challenge for companies seeking to provide a constant stream of green energy to consumers. By establishing a connection between local meteorological events and power grid output, the researchers hope that they may ultimately help grid operators more accurately predict fluctuations in flow and manage the grid accordin Read More
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Geological foundations for smart cities: Comparing early Rome and Naples

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http://feeds.sciencedaily.com — Geological knowledge is essential for the sustainable development of a 'smart city' -- one that harmonizes with the geology of its territory. Making a city 'smarter' means improving the management of its infrastructure and resources to meet the present and future needs of its citizens and businesses. Read More
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DNA suggests all early Eskimos migrated from Alaska's North Slope

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http://feeds.sciencedaily.com — Genetic testing of Inupiat people currently living in Alaska's North Slope is helping Northwestern University scientists fill in the blanks on questions about the migration patterns and ancestral pool of the people who populated the North American Arctic over the last 5,000 years. Read More
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How soon after the big bang did water form in the early universe?

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http://www.enn.com — How soon after the Big Bang could water have existed? Not right away, because water molecules contain oxygen and oxygen had to be formed in the first stars. Then that oxygen had to disperse and unite with hydrogen in significant amounts. New theoretical work finds that despite these complications, water vapor could have been just as abundant in pockets of space a billion years after the Big Bang Read More
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Early Earth May Have Absorbed Mercury-like Object

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http://feedproxy.google.com — A key ingredient of the early Earth may have been a chunk of rock much like Mercury, scientists say. This finding could help explain how Earth's magnetic field has lasted for billions of years, researchers added. Read More
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