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The video origin of the myth that global warming is good for agriculture » Yale Climate Connections – Yale Climate Connections

Misinformation is at the root of many scientific controversies, and fighting it can feel like a losing battle. But one effective method is to expose the mechanics of misinformation, to show tactics and deceptive processes in broad daylight. And learning…

Climate Hustle 2: Premiering Today At 8 P.M.

Weekly, daily, even hourly, we are told that global temperatures are rising, ice caps are melting, and hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, floods, and droughts are all getting more frequent, intense, and destructive because of climate change. Not just climate change, of…

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World’s largest DNA sequencing of Viking skeletons reveals they weren’t all Scandinavian

Invaders, pirates, warriors – the history books taught us that Vikings were brutal predators who travelled by sea from Scandinavia to pillage and raid their way across Europe and beyond. Now cutting-edge DNA sequencing of more than 400 Viking skeletons from archaeological sites scattered across Europe and Greenland will rewrite the history books.

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Will Office Real Estate Recover, and If Not, What New Services Will Substitute?

Real estate investment trusts (REIT’s) have had their stock values pounded in the last six months, and is it any wonder?  Many have tenants who aren’t even allowed to open, who are slowly (or quickly) going bankrupt and not paying…

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Study confirms widespread literacy in biblical-period kingdom of Judah

Researchers have analyzed 18 ancient texts dating back to around 600 BCE from the Tel Arad military post using state-of-the-art image processing, machine learning technologies, and the expertise of a senior handwriting examiner, and concluded that the texts were written by no fewer than 12 authors, suggesting that many of the inhabitants of the kingdom of Judah during that period were able to read and write.

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Study confirms widespread literacy in biblical-period kingdom of Judah

Researchers have analyzed 18 ancient texts dating back to around 600 BCE from the Tel Arad military post using state-of-the-art image processing, machine learning technologies, and the expertise of a senior handwriting examiner, and concluded that the texts were written by no fewer than 12 authors, suggesting that many of the inhabitants of the kingdom of Judah during that period were able to read and write.

Letter: Global warming act deserves passage – Bennington Banner

To the Editor: With lawmakers returning to the virtual Statehouse to wrap up the 2020 session and finalize a FY 21 budget, a few critical policy priorities will also see action — including the Global Warming Solutions Act. This bill…

Aviation Accounts for 3.5% of Global Warming Caused by Humans, New Research Says – EcoWatch

<p>In her quest for climate solutions, Schwartz leans into the complexity of natural systems. As she and I talk, I come to imagine our climate as a beautiful series of overlapping Rube Goldberg-style cycles of carbon, water, nutrients, and energy….