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EPA Finally Ends Regulation...
Media Bias: A Tale Of 2 Bee Studies
How Scientific Fraud Became EU Law
Encounters With Giant Sharks In The Arctic
An Open Letter to California's State Water Control...
Almost nobody seems to report the positive side of our recent climate change action. It’s remarkable what we’ve done in two years, which gives us much hope that we can indeed rise to the challenge. I have never in my life seen such a coming together of nations worldwide to solve a problem. Three years>
Gregory Jaczko, Ph.D., has a degree in theoretical physics, a hatred for nuclear power, and a love for his former boss Senator Harry Reid of Nevada - which is why Reid lobbied so heavily to get him placed as Chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). The Chair of the NRC, tasked with managing nuclear>
Global warming is currently taking a break. Global temperatures seemed to have risen drastically into the late 1990s but the global average temperature has risen only slightly since 1998 – surprising, considering scientific climate models predicted considerable warming due to rising greenhouse gas emissions. In>
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. This is true of all science, but especially in palaeontology, where only a handful of exceptional fossils can give a disproportionate amount of weight to a hypothesis. As a consequence, palaeontologists are rightly highly suspicious of exceptional fossils, and thus>
A geophysicist has made the first-ever measurement of the strength of the magnetic field 1,800 miles underground - inside Earth's core.The magnetic field strength is 25 Gauss, they say, 50 times stronger than the magnetic field at the surface that makes compass needles align north-south, the middle range of what geophysicists>
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>