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Psychedelics Company Gets Green Light for PTSD Therapy Study Using MDMA in Canada

A mental health care company in Canada has been given federal approval to conduct a safety and feasibility study evaluating MDMA-assisted therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). “We are thrilled that Health Canada has issued its No Objection Letter allowing this important study to proceed and, in doing so, potentially advance Canada toward a legal, regulated […]

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The Only Way to Stop Global Warming – Modern Diplomacy

One way exists to stop global warming, but the mutual feedback cycles that are now accelerating global warming might already have achieved enough speed of increasing temperature so as to prevent even that one way from working, and therefore the…

Epicentre of major Amazon droughts and fires saw 2.5 billion trees and vines killed

(Lancaster University) Triggered by the 2015-16 El Niño, extreme drought and associated mega-wildfires caused the death of around 2.5 billion trees and plants and emitted 495 million tonnes of CO2 from an area that makes up just 1.2 per cent of the entire Brazilian Amazon rainforest, and 0.01 per cent of the whole biome.

Oregon’s Loony Dems Now Committing ‘Green Energy Suicide’

Just as the national Democrat Party is chasing the imaginary pot of gold at the end of the green energy rainbow, so too are Oregon’s Democrats, and they are all-in on wind, solar, and hydroelectric power as the ONLY sources…

Happy Birthday, Global Warming: Climate Change At 33

Global warming entered politics in June 1988. This month, climate change celebrates its 33rd birthday. On June 23, 1988, NASA scientist James Hansen testified that the greenhouse effect had been detected. “Global Warming Has Begun,” the New York Times declared the next day. Indeed, it…

Happy Birthday, Global Warming: Climate Change at 33 – RealClearEnergy

X Story Stream recent articles This month, climate change celebrates its 33rd birthday. On June 23, 1988, NASA scientist James Hansen testified that the greenhouse effect had been detected. “Global Warming Has Begun,” The New York Times declared the next…

Solar geoengineering could limit global warming, but Canada should study risks and benefits first – The Conversation CA

The Swedish Space Corporation recently cancelled a field test of a high altitude balloon, intended to better understand solar geoengineering techniques that might be used to cool the Earth. The proposed experiment, led by researchers at Harvard University and opposed…

East Antarctic summer cooling trends caused by tropical rainfall clusters

(Institute for Basic Science) A new study published in the journal Science Advances by an international research team from the IBS Center for Climate Physics, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology and other centers uncovers a new mechanism linking climate trend in Antarctica to rainfall occurrences in the tropics.

Cold weather cost New England electric customers nearly $1.8 billion in one month; A new study suggests ways to mitigate fuel shortages

(Carnegie Mellon University) In a new study, researchers used data from power plant failures in the 2010s to develop a supply curve of the costs required for generators to mitigate fuel shortages in the region. The study found that storing both oil and gas on-site could reduce dependence by power plants on gas grids in geographic areas with few pipelines.

ExxonMobil Gets The Leftist Tiger In Its Tank

Control over one-third of ExxonMobil’s board of directors was captured by climate activists at the recent annual shareholder meeting. Wall Street Journal columnist Holman Jenkins dismissed the astonishing accomplishment as a “pseudo-event” — one “arranged or brought about merely for the sake of…

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