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If you read a headline declaring that scientists had discovered that up to 75 percent of human food samples were found to be contaminated with some scary-sounding substance, like arsenic, what would you think? (1)You'd be worried, and rightfully so. But if you then found many paragraphs into the story the scientists>
Should you happen to be in Washington, D.C. in October and at House of Sweden, the Swedish Embassy, you will get a chance to see a fireball red colored car that delighted Europeans who like tiny red cars earlier this year.It's called the Baldos II and it is a hybrid auto built by engineering students at Luleå University>
The realization that livestock like cows are ruminants - and produce a lot of methane while chewing - was a real boon to vegetarian activists because they got to say curbing meat would mean less global warming.Methane has 23X the warming power of the more popular CO2 in climate change estimates but it drastically>
The comments thread for an article that I wrote a couple of weeks ago has suddenly been swamped by the replies of a young-earth creationist. Perhaps I should have expected it, with an article about hoaxed fossils. He presents an orgy of anecdotes that he claims (I assume it's a he) debunks my evolutionist agenda.>
Most science fiction and news stories describe Mars terraforming as a long term but simple process. You warm up the planet first, with greenhouse gases, giant mirrors, impacting comets or some such. You land humans on the surface right away and they introduce lifeforms designed to live on Mars. Over a period of a>
Mild winters in Northern Europe are thanks to the Gulf Stream, which makes up part of those ocean currents spanning the globe that have always impacted the climate. Yet our climate is also influenced by huge eddies, black holes of turbulence over 90 miles in diameter, that rotate and drift across the ocean. Their>