Water

Pani Smart Home Water Monitor promises an easier way to keep tabs on your water usage

We’ve seen plenty of smart water sensors that will monitor how much household water you’re using while checking for leaks, but they’re often wallet-busters that require help from a plumber to install. Mentioned in this article Not so with the Smart Home Water MonitorRemove non-product link from Pani, a do-it-yourself wireless sensor that attaches to …

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Remains of Briny Pools Provide Further Evidence of Liquid Water on Mars

As the Curiosity rover explores Mars’ Gale Crater, the data it collects tells us more about the history of the planet and in particular about whether liquid water once existed there. Using data collected by Curiosity, a new study has examined the geology of the crater to learn more about the briny ponds which may …

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Dip Your Toes In The Open Water Of Raspipool

If you’re lucky enough to have a swimming pool, well, you may not feel all that lucky. Pools are great to have on a hot summer day, but keeping them crystal clear and pH-balanced is a deep dive into tedium. Sure, there are existing systems out there. They cost a kiddie pool of cash and …

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PBL: Mount Everest and the Global Water Supply

National Geographic creates and shares so many amazing resources for educators it is mind boggling. I was privileged to participate in the National Geographic Educator Summit #NatGeoEdSummit where one of the many things shared was about their research at Mount Everest. The photos, storytelling and data were amazing but @NatGeoEducation takes it further to create …

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