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Are There Exceptions to the Rule that Going Electric Reduces Emissions?

Are There Exceptions to the Rule that Going Electric Reduces Emissions? (arstechnica.com) Posted by EditorDavid on Saturday March 28, 2020 @10:34AM from the not-easy-being-green dept. “Averaged over the globe, electric vehicles (EVs) already represent about a 31-percent emissions savings” writes Ars Technica, noting results from a study which also found similar savings from energy-efficient home-heating…

A Prometheus fork for cloud scale anomaly detection across metrics & logs

Introduction At Zebrium, we provide an Autonomous Monitoring service that automatically detects anomalies within logs and metrics. We started by correlating anomalies across log streams to automatically raise incidents that require our user’s attention. Now, we have taken the step to augment our incident detection by detecting anomalies within a group of related metrics and…

Static analysis in GCC 10 – Red Hat Developer

I work at Red Hat on GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection. For the next major release of GCC, GCC 10, I’ve been implementing a new -fanalyzer option: A static analysis pass to identify various problems at compile-time, rather than at runtime. My thinking here is that it’s best to catch problems as early as possible…

Coal mines emit more methane than oil-and-gas sector, study finds

Methane emissions from coal mines could be more than double previous estimates, according to a new study. The fossil-fuel industry is understood to be one of the biggest sources of atmospheric methane, primarily due to leaks from the production of oil and gas. However, a new paper published in the Journal of Cleaner Production suggests…

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