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Welcome to program 133 of VOA Radiogram from the Voice of

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Washington.

Here is the lineup for today's program, all in MFSK32 except
where noted:

  1:36 Program preview (now)
  2:48 Climate change and early springs*
  7:41 Toyota to eliminate most gasoline cars by 2050*
13:42 New maps of Jupiter reveal interesting features*
20:37 Video game use and school performance*
26:59 Closing announcements
28:00 Olivia 64-2000: Transmission schedule

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Climate Change Could Bring Early Springs to US

VOA News
October 14, 2015

Over the next century, spring will arrive earlier and earlier in
the United States, researchers say. The cause: rising global

University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers, in the study
published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, say the
spring growing season will come about three weeks earlier than
usual over the next 100 years.

This could have a dramatic impact on crops and the animals that
depend on them, the researchers said.

"Our projections show that winter will be shorter - which sound
great for those of us in Wisconsin" said Andrew Allstadt, one of
the study's authors, in a statement.

"But long distance migratory birds, for example, time their
migration based on day length in their winter range. They may
arrive in their breeding ground to find that the plant resources
that they require are already gone."

The early arrival of spring will vary around the U.S.,
researchers said, noting that the shift will be more pronounced
in the Pacific Northwest and mountainous West, with less of an
impact in the southern part of the country.

So-called "false springs," when freezing temperatures return
after the growing season has begun, also will decrease in most
locations, according to the research.

One area, the western Great Plains, could see an increase in
false springs.

"This is important as false springs can damage plant production
cycles in natural and agricultural systems" Allstadt said. "In
some cases, an entire crop can be lost."


Image: Daffodils bloom in view of the Space Needle in Seattle,
Washington state, as sunshine and high temperatures arrive early,
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Toyota Aims to Nearly Eliminate Gasoline Cars by 2050

Associated Press via voanews.com
October 14, 2015

TOKYO - Toyota, under ambitious environmental targets, is aiming
to sell hardly any regular gasoline vehicles by 2050, only
hybrids and fuel cells, to radically reduce emissions.

The automaker promised to involve governments, affiliated
companies and other "stakeholders" in its push to reduce average
emissions from Toyota cars by 90 percent by about 2050, compared
with 2010 levels.

Electric cars weren't part of their vision, outlined by top
Toyota Motor Corp. officials at a Tokyo museum on Wednesday,
striking a contrast with rivals such as Nissan Motor Co., which
has banked on that zero-emissions technology.

Toyota's commitments come at a time when the auto industry has
been shaken by a scandal at Germany's Volkswagen AG, in which it
admitted it cheated on diesel emissions tests covering millions
of cars.

He and other Toyota officials insisted on the inevitability of
their overall vision, stressing that the problems of global
warming and environmental destruction made a move toward a
hydrogen-based society a necessity.

Experts agree more has to be done to curtail global warming and
pollution, and nations are increasingly tightening emissions

But they are divided on whether all gasoline engines will
disappear, or they'll stay on, thanks to greener internal
combustion engines, as well as the arrival of clean diesel

Tatsuo Yoshida, senior analyst at Barclays Securities Japan in
Tokyo, said Toyota's goals weren't far-fetched.

"The internal combustion engine is developing and metamorphosing
into hybrids," he said. "Toyota has been working on this
technology for a long time. When officials speak out like this,
it means they are 120 percent confident this is their scenario."

Toyota said it will develop manufacturing technology that uses
hydrogen, and will use wind power at its Tahara plant, both by
2020. It also promised to beef up various recycling measures,
including developing ways to build vehicles from recycled ones.

When asked why Toyota remained so cautious on electric vehicles,
they said they take too long to recharge, despite battery
innovations that have made them smaller, restricting them for
short-range travel in cities.

Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada, known as the "father of the
Prius," said the company was taking the environment seriously
because it has always tried to contribute to a better society.

"We have the same principles since our founding," he said,
showing on stage a photo of Sakichi Toyoda, the Toyota founder's
father, who invented a textile loom in 1891. "That is Toyota's



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New Maps Reveal Red Spot Changes and Odd New Features on Jupiter

Rick Panataleo
VOA Science World Blog
October 14, 2015

Scientists have created two new maps of Jupiter with data and
images gathered over a nearly 21-hour period on January 19, 2015
by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope's high performance Wide
Field Camera 3.

The maps are a representation of two nearly continuous rotations
of the Jovian planet. The maps and series of images will help
scientists gauge the speeds of Jupiter's winds.

The new maps have also revealed some interesting new features on
the giant planet.

"Every time we look at Jupiter, we get tantalizing hints that
something really exciting is going on," said Amy Simon, a
planetary scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in
Greenbelt, Maryland in a NASA release. "This time is no

Among them is a rare wave that was spotted just north of
Jupiter's equator in an area that is spotted with cyclones and
anticyclones a circular flow around a high pressure area. This
mysterious wave had only been seen one other time and that was
back in 1979 by Voyager 2 as it made its flyby of the Jovian

Another is an odd and delicate filamentary streamer-like feature
that was spotted for the first time at the heart of the Great Red

Jupiter's Giant Red Spot is one of the giant planet's most
prominent features. The red spot is actually a giant storm
about 28,000 km long and 14,000 km wide that spins
counterclockwise in planet's southern hemisphere. Scientists say
that the storm, which is similar to a hurricane here on Earth,
has been raging for several hundred years.

The scientists studying the new maps said that these streamers
were seen twisting and turning as they were buffeted by the red
spot's powerful storm at speeds of 150 meters per second or more.

The new series of Hubble images also verified previous
observations that the Great Red Spot is continuing to get smaller
and more circular in shape.

The Hubble image gathering and map creation are part of a program
called the Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy (OPAL) program.

Hubble has also gathered images for maps of two other outer
planets Neptune and Uranus as part of the OPAL program.

The program will image and create new maps of these planets

NASA said that Saturn will be added to the OPAL planet survey in
a couple of years.

"The collection of maps that we will build up over time will not
only help scientists understand the atmospheres of our giant
planets, but also the atmospheres of planets being discovered
around other stars, and Earth's atmosphere and oceans, too," said
co-author Michael H. Wong of the University of California,

The first results from the OPAL program's 2015 Jupiter survey has
been published in the Astrophysical Journal and is available


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Study Links Video Game Use With Weaker School Performance

Zlatica Hoke
October 13, 2015

A new study warns that too much time spent playing computer games
can affect a child's performance at school. Britain's National
Children's Bureau Northern Ireland on Monday published the
results of research showing that excessive computer use hampers
students' chances of getting good exam grades.

Good computer skills are desirable in today's digital age, and
playing computer games can help children hone those skills -- as
long as they don't overdo it, scientists warn. The British study
involved 600 teenagers over a period of two years and found that
those who played computer games less than once a week achieved
better grades at school than ones who played them twice a day or
more often. The study also found that daily use of social media
did not affect school performance.

"It was clear that social media didn't have any impact. I think
that's more because social media is part and parcel of every
child's life. It's the way they communicate. It's the way they
keep in touch with their friends," said Celine McStravick of the
National Children's Bureau Northern Ireland.

Parents increasingly complain of having difficulty getting their
children away from computer games. Some even seek help for their
teenagers who they say are addicted to them. The study did not
look into addiction, but suggested computer games can cause
children to stay up late in the evenings, making them tired and
less able to focus at school the next day.

Mark Starkey, the longtime owner of the Heart of Gaming computer
game outlet in London, said there is also the difference between
older games and the new ones.

"The ability to make games a lot more bigger, a lot more
detailed, a lot more intricate is here now. It's going to hold
their attention longer. It's going to hold it a lot longer,
because there's always wanting to progress through the story line
-- here's a cliffhanger; 'Oh my god, I have to see what happens
next' etc. etc. Whereas, again, the old games they challenge more
your hand-eye coordination, your speed, your timing, your
reactions, rather than perhaps your imagination," said Starkey.

The games industry has long claimed there is no proven link
between games and addiction. But the new study says additional
research is needed to establish the effect of prolific computer
game-playing on performance at school.


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