Webb found something amazing

Plus: Wealth
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In today's edition:

// Webb

// Provenance

// Brain size

// Greenhouse gas

Greenhouse gas emissions from global energy industry still rising | The Guardian

“Greenhouse gas emissions from the energy industry continued to rise to new highs last year despite record growth in wind and solar power, according to a comprehensive review of global energy data. The report, undertaken by the Energy Institute, found that fossil fuels continued to make up 82% of the world’s total energy consumption in 2022, in line with the year before, causing greenhouse gas emissions to climb by 0.8% as the world used more energy overall.”

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Climate change influences brain size in humans | Karger

“Brain size evolution in hominins constitutes a crucial evolutionary trend, yet the underlying mechanisms behind those changes are not well understood. Here, climate change is considered as an environmental factor using multiple paleoclimate records testing temperature, humidity, and precipitation against changes to brain size in 298 Homo specimens over the past fifty thousand years.”

The evolution and future of digital provenance | NFT Now

“Digital art provenance goes all the way back to a cryptographic function known as a checksum, a string of numbers and letters used to detect inconsistencies in a digital file. Checksums use an algorithm to scan the pixels of a digital file and generate a hash function, which results in a string of numbers and letters.”

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Webb telescope just found something unprecedented in the Orion Nebula | Mashable

“Astronomers have detected for the first time in space a carbon molecule thought to be a crucial ingredient for all known life. A team of scientists found this Holy Grail compound in the Orion Nebula, a baby star nursery about 1,350 light-years away. That may seem absurdly far, but it's actually the closest large star-forming region to Earth.”

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//Quiz: Which planet is named after the Roman God of Wealth?

Which planet is named after the Roman God of Wealth?

If we worship this planet, will we become instantly wealthy? If so, we’re in.