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David Schneider

David Schneider (born August 24, 1979 in Chicago, United States) is a former professional ice hockey player. He was most recently a defenseman for HC ... More »David Schneider (born August 24, 1979 in Chicago, United States) is a former professional ice hockey player. He was most recently a defenseman for HC Ambrì-Piotta in Nationalliga A. David currently works on Wall Street as an institutional equity salesman. Schneider started his career at Princeton University in the NCAA where he played during the period 1998-2002. In 2002, he left for the Trenton Titans in the ECHL, thus starting his professional hockey career. After only 28 games, Schnieder moved to Finnish side Lukko Rauma in the SM-liiga but played only nine games due to a groin injury. [ Wikipedia ]

Tracking Internet Outages in Sandy’s Wake

BY David Schneider // Fri, November 16, 2012 For the past year, graduate students Aaron Schulman and Ramakrishna Padmanabhan and professor Neil Spring of the University of Maryland’s department of computer science have been looking at the effects of bad weather on residential Internet ...

8 worst health mistakes

"Flossing is so critical because the hormonal changes that occur in women during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause cause the oral bacteria that lead to gum disease to grow more readily," says Dr. David Schneider, a Chevy Chase, Md., periodontist. The Fix: Floss at least once a day. Treat ...

Small Drone Probes Antarctic Ice With Radar

2014 promises to be the year small drones will start showing off what they can do —at least if the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration comes through with regulations that allow them to take to the air. But there’s one first for a diminutive robotic aircraft we can already report: making radar ...

Earth orbit changes key to Antarctic warming that ended last ice age

Aug. 14, 2013 — For more than a century scientists have known that Earth's ice ages are caused by the wobbling of the planet's orbit, which changes its orientation to the sun and affects the amount of sunlight reaching higher latitudes, particularly the polar regions. The Northern Hemisphere's ...

Recent Antarctic climate, glacier changes at the 'upper bound' of normal

New ice core research suggests that, while the changes are dramatic, they cannot be attributed with confidence to human-caused global warming, said Eric Steig, a University of Washington professor of Earth and space sciences. Previous work by Steig has shown that rapid thinning of Antarctic ...

Under the Radar: 7 Stories to Watch In 2013

David Schneider About 5 billion years ago, the universe began to expand more and more quickly, driven by a mysterious “dark energy.” Space telescopes tailor-made to pin down dark energy’s identity aren’t likely to launch before 2019, but here on the ground the game is afoot. In 2013...

Homeowners in flood-prone area of Malone could get flood buyout

Published 7:22 PM EDT Jun 18, 2013 OFFICIALS ARE STARTING THE PROCESS THAT COULD LEAD TO A BUYOUT OFFER FOR SOME FLOOD VICTIMS IN MALONE. NEWS CHANNEL FIVE'S DAVID SCHNEIDER BRINGS US THE STORY, NEW AT SIX. THE AREA IN QUESTION IS PARK STREET, IN MALONE. FOR YEARS -- ICE JAMS HAVE CAUSED ...

Lawmakers Discuss Climate Change

Vermont lawmakers concerned about global warming listened to a climate researcher Thursday as he discussed the effects of climate change. First post-Irene plan set in flood... "The Earth's system is extremely unstable, and we're pushing it in a direction where the consequences are not really ...

Missile silo transforms into home in Saranac Lake

NewsChannel 5's David Schneider takes a tour. The views expressed are not those of this site, this station or its affiliated companies. By posting your comments you agree to accept our terms of use. The man who allegedly walked into the conservative Family Research Council building in ...

Minn. man buys surplus NC light tower for research

This undated photo provided by the General Services Administration shows kayakers near the Diamond Shoals Light Tower, located 13 miles off Cape Hatteras, N.C. David Schneider of Richfield, Minn., bought the light tower from the federal government for $20,000. He plans to visit for the ...

Marketing strategies for achieving business growth

Learn more Video: Masterclasses tutor, comedian and social media expert David Schneider shares his advice on making the most of Twitter. FULL ARTICLE AT Guardian Unlimited Technology has significantly changed the way we operate business. As a business using the internet and other ...

Stronger eruptions at two Alaska volcanoes

While its activity since then has waxed and waned, seismic activity increased since Tuesday morning and the volcano has started continuously shaking, said David Schneider, a geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey. 20 trapped on ice floe in Canadian... Some lava is flowing, and the ...

Skeptic » eSkeptic » Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

Prof. David Schneider, a distinguished anthropologist at the University of Chicago, for example, couldn’t believe that these people weren’t just fighting, but fighting over women. The canon in anthropology about tribesmen like the Yanomamö according to Marvin Harris, for example, was ...

RealClimate: The heat is on in West Antarctica

They also agree with the key interpretation of the results that both we and David Schneider and colleagues at NCAR have presented: that in the winter and spring seasons, when the most rapid warming is occurring in West Antarctica, the driver has been changes in the tropical Pacific, not ...

Brain wiring quiets the voice inside your head

Duke University / September 3, 2013 / Cognition / no comments During a normal conversation, your brain is constantly adjusting the volume to soften the sound of your own voice and boost the voices of others in the room. This ability to distinguish between the sounds generated from your own ...

Recent Climate, Glacier Changes in Antarctica at the 'Upper Bound' of Normal

... Dixon and Elena Korotkikh of the University of Maine; Kendrick Taylor of Desert Research Institute, Reno, Nev.; Georg Hoffmann of the Centre d'Etudes de Saclay in France and Utrecht University in The Netherlands; and David Schneider of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colo...

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Nature Mag Admits: Recent climate, glacier changes in Antarctica within normal bounds; Changes canno...

... Dixon and Elena Korotkikh of the University of Maine; Kendrick Taylor of Desert Research Institute, Reno, Nev.; Georg Hoffmann of the Centre d’Etudes de Saclay in France and Utrecht University in The Netherlands; and David Schneider of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colo...

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Historic building at Univ. of Alabama could be moved

The director of the Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation, David Schneider, said the best outcome would be to leave the building where it is. He said the worst-case scenario would be demolition. He said moving a building can be expensive and difficult...

Global warming: Arctic temps out of synch with natural cycles

“This result is particularly important because the Arctic, perhaps more than any other region on Earth, is facing dramatic impacts from climate change,” said NCAR scientist David Schneider. “This study provides us with a long-term record that reveals how greenhouse gases from human ...

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