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A humbling map of real-time wind patterns in Tornado Alley“Wind Map” is a stunning interactive datavisualization that presents wind patterns across the continental U.S. in real time. Picture above is what it looked like last night at 10:59 CDT, in the aftermath of yesterday’s devastating Oklahoma tornado.”Read more here from io9.

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kqedscience:

A humbling map of real-time wind patterns in Tornado Alley

“Wind Map” is a stunning interactive datavisualization that presents wind patterns across the continental U.S. in real time. Picture above is what it looked like last night at 10:59 CDT, in the aftermath of yesterday’s devastating Oklahoma tornado.”

Read more here from io9.

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"I refuse to “compete” for you. Love is not a game; if I am not your first choice you don’t deserve to be mine."


Interactive Endangered Species Map
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Program’s new endangered species map allows users to learn about endangered species conservation and locate endangered species in each state.

Pretty cool 
http://www.fws.gov/Endangered/map/index.html

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Interactive Endangered Species Map

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Program’s new endangered species map allows users to learn about endangered species conservation and locate endangered species in each state.

Pretty cool 

http://www.fws.gov/Endangered/map/index.html

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thedailywhat:

Touche of the Day: Game Dev Tycoon School Pirates with a Clever In-Game Event
Greenheart Games has come up with a clever, refreshing way to discourage its patrons from pirating video games. Minutes after releasing their latest title Game Dev Tycoon last Sunday, the developers intentionally leaked a free “cracked” version of the game on a torrent site, and with the help of a few seeding friends, more than 3,104 users, or nearly 94% of all players, had downloaded the illegal copy within the first day. What none of them had realized is that the “cracked” version was designed for failure: after a few hours of gameplay, the player’s virtual game development company’s titles would become victims of piracy themselves, causing them to slowly go bankrupt.

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thedailywhat:

Touche of the Day: Game Dev Tycoon School Pirates with a Clever In-Game Event

Greenheart Games has come up with a clever, refreshing way to discourage its patrons from pirating video games. Minutes after releasing their latest title Game Dev Tycoon last Sunday, the developers intentionally leaked a free “cracked” version of the game on a torrent site, and with the help of a few seeding friends, more than 3,104 users, or nearly 94% of all players, had downloaded the illegal copy within the first day. What none of them had realized is that the “cracked” version was designed for failure: after a few hours of gameplay, the player’s virtual game development company’s titles would become victims of piracy themselves, causing them to slowly go bankrupt.

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climateadaptation:

Never seen anything like this.

Ice needles literally spurt out in waves from chunks of ice at a Minnesota Lake in this amazing video. The phenomenon looks like magic, and the scientific explanation is even better.

Via io9

Europe votes for 2-year ban on pesticides suspected in bee deaths

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As reported in the Independent, European politicians have just voted for a two-year precautionary ban on the use of neonicotinoid pesticides on flowering crops attractive to bees:

Four nations abstained from the moratorium, which will restrict the use of imidacloprid and clothianidin, made by Germany’s Bayer, and thiamethoxam, made by the Swiss company, Syngenta. The ban on use on flowering crops will remain in place throughout the EU for two years unless compelling scientific evidence to the contrary becomes available.

More than 30 separate scientific studies have found a link between the neonicotinoids, which attack insects’ nerve systems, and falling bee numbers. The proposal by European Commission - the EU’s legislative body - to ban the insecticides was based on a study by the European Food Safety Authority, which found in January that the pesticides did pose a risk to bees’ health.

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