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Curiosity rover finds evidence for ancient ice-covered lake on Mars

Scientists studying data from the Curiosity rover have found evidence for an ancient ice-covered lake in Gale Crater on Mars. The findings support the theory of alternating warmer and colder climates on early Mars.

Policymakers Reluctant To Wreck Economies For Climate Goals

With the Covid-19 pandemic starting to recede, activists are again moaning that industrial emissions are destroying the climate. But having wrecked national economies once to fend off the virus, policymakers are proving reluctant to wreck them again for the climate…

Ocasio-Cortez Tells Critic Green New Deal Will Cost $0 If Passed

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ripped one of her critics Thursday for suggesting the Green New Deal would cost Americans a fortune and require the government to confiscate every penny from billionaire and multimillionaires. Ocasio-Cortez scolded conservative columnist Jonah…

‘Lettere patenti’ help assess intensity of historic central Italian earthquakes

(Seismological Society of America) Three hundred-year-old administrative documents from the Roman government, granting residents permission to repair damage to their buildings, can help modern-day seismologists calculate intensities for a notable sequence of earthquakes that struck central Italy in 1703.

A Solar Chimney Can Save Energy & Boost Fire Safety (Video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElXUsGbiazQIn “Solar Chimneys & Solar Updraft Towers,” we described these solar solutions as ancient passive solar technology, whereby natural heat convection processes are harnessed to provide ventilation

Michael Moore Ditches Green Movement For Climate Commies

Michael Moore has had enough of the modern green movement. The Oscar-winning director made it official late last month by unleashing his new project, for free, on YouTube. “The Planet of the Humans,” which Moore executive produced and shared via…

As the climate shifts, a border moves

Italy’s northern border with Switzerland depends on the natural, morphological boundaries of glaciers’ frontiers. But in recent years, glaciers have been melting at increased rates due to climate change. This has caused the border to shift noticeably.