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save a couple, tomatoes and a poached egg would make me so happy?” she wrote Follow her fitness routine and diet plan here: For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Could the gushing BP well help explain an ancient climate mystery Today a crew of scientists are setting off for roughly 10 days to take measurements near the gushing well at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico—but they’re not looking for oil Oceanographer John Kessler of Texas A&M University College Station and his colleagues have been awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation for a research cruise on the R/V Cape Hatteras to measure concentrations of methane gas Methane makes up about 40% by mass of what’s spewing out of the well according to measurements by BP The purpose of the cruise is twofold Kessler says How much oil has entered the gulf is the question on everyone’s minds (Oceanographer David Valentine of the University of California Santa Barbara also on the cruise thinks measuring the methane could give a better estimate of oil flow than video or satellite imagery) But the burst well has also become an unlikely scientific windfall for Kessler who studies natural methane seeps and their link to rapid climate change Scientists think sudden violent outflows of the gas from the sea floor might have spiked the planet’s temperature about 55 million years ago and they think the gulf spill affords them the unique opportunity to study an analog in real time Samples of ancient carbon deposits from this era show a marked increase in concentrations of carbon-12 relative to its heavier isotope carbon-13 indicating a lot of lighter carbon might have been suddenly released at the time "To cause this type of global isotopic shift you’d have to take all terrestrial plants and burn them into carbon dioxide" Kessler says which seems unlikely That’s led scientists to look for other culprits "But if you look at methane in the sea floor it’s the lightest carbon source [isotopically] on the planet" So many scientists think a sea floor methane release is responsible Additionally because methane is a greenhouse gas roughly 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide a big release would fit with "evidence that the temperature of the planet rose very dramatically" at that time Kessler says But in the case of a big release of undersea methane how much would escape the ocean to exert its greenhouse effects "Knowing if it’s 1% or 90% that makes it out to the atmosphere will be a very big discovery for us" says Kessler If the methane stays dissolved it could trigger a feeding frenzy among microbes he says Their consumption of oxygen could create hypoxic zones and have "a serious influence on biodiversity at those times as well" Answering these questions is "something we haven’t been able to do without running the experiment" he says The burst well offers just such an experiment though at a smaller scale So Kessler scrambled to arrange the cruise in less than 3 weeks a process which usually takes 4 to 6 months "Obviously no one’s ever going to allow us to dump tons of methane into the ocean to simulate one of these natural massive eruptions" says Kessler (The amount of methane being released by the well is too little to affect climate he says) But conducting a rigorous scientific study in a disaster zone has its own drawbacks he acknowledges "We’re going to get as much as we can without being in the way" he says They’ll have to work around cleanup and containment efforts but he says he’s determined to both "get as close as we can to ground zero" and map the full extent of the plume "to get a very comprehensive map" When it’s time to place his instruments in the water the real nail-biting begins he says Oceanographers generally don’t usually work in oil slicks which might damage their equipment "Sending our instruments down through this layer of oil is something that’s keeping me up at night" Given the disaster unfolding in the gulf says Kessler "if we can make a little lemonade out of the lemons we’ve been given then at least maybe some good will come of this" For more on the gulf oil spill see our full coverageThe vast majority of supermassive black holes lurk quietly at the centers of their galaxies not betraying their presence except through the pull of gravity But if a star wanders too far in all hell breaks loose The star gets stretched into long filaments some of which are consumed by the black hole while the rest settle into a flat accretion disk in orbit around it In a rare stroke of luck astronomers have caught a glimpse of one of these so-called tidal disruption events using the x-rays it produced to map out the disk surrounding the black hole The disruption—dubbed Swift J1644+57—was detected by NASA’s Swift satellite on 28 March 2011 at the center of a compact galaxy nearly 5 billion light-years from Earth Swift quickly called on Europe’s XMM-Newton and Japan’s Suzaku satellites to help Only a handful of tidal disruptions have been seen before in x-rays and Swift J1644+57 was the first to be viewed at its peak output Such events are important because they give us a glimpse into the quiet supermassive black holes thought to make up some 90% of those in existence Scientists know much more about the rare active ones that are continually gobbling up material and spewing out high energy photons for astronomers to capture In the case of Swift J1644+57 iron atoms in the accretion disk acted like a reflector for the x-rays produced As the team describes online in Nature today it used a novel technique called x-ray reverberation mapping to analyze slight delays in the arrival time of x-rays from the event allowing them to map out the inside edge of the accretion disk In the future the team hopes it will also be able to measure the black hole’s speed and direction of spin to learn more about these elusive giants He can go to the court, 2014 12:58 pm Related 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