Phone Typing Is Speeding Up, A Supernova May Be Why Humans Walk Upright, and Rain on Antarctica
Learn about how the average phone typing speed is catching up to the keyboard; how it can drizzle in Antarctica even when it’s cold enough for water to freeze; and, how an ancient supernova could be the reason why humans walk upright.
- The Average Phone Typing Speed Is Catching Up to the Keyboard — https://curiosity.im/34Ny0pf
- A Striking New Study Says an Ancient Supernova Is Why Humans Walk Upright — https://curiosity.im/2QtZhZE
- Persistent drizzle at sub-zero temps in Antarctica | EurekaAlert! — https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-11/ps-pda110519.php
- How do snowflakes form? Get the science behind snow | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration — https://www.noaa.gov/stories/how-do-snowflakes-form-science-behind-snow
- Persistent Supercooled Drizzle at Temperatures Below −25 °C Observed at McMurdo Station, Antarctica | American Geophysical Union — https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1029/2019JD030882
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