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Watch the Path of a Raindrop From Anywhere in the World

Have you ever wondered how far raindrops travel after they fall upon the heights of Kilimanjaro? On the off chance you’re dying to know, some curious cartographers have created a mapping tool that visualizes the path a raindrop will take to the sea from anywhere on Earth. River Runner Global is a free, open-source tool […]

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One Of The World’s Richest Countries Is Becoming Hotter And Unlivable – NDTV

Kuwait, by contrast, pledged at COP26 summit in November to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 7.4% by 2035 Trying to catch a bus at the Maliya station in Kuwait City can be unbearable in the summer. About two-thirds of the city’s…

No, Hunga-Tonga eruption won’t slow global warming – New Zealand Herald

It produced an ash cloud spanning hundreds of square kilometres – but scientists say it’s unlikely Hunga-Tonga’s big blow will put any dent in global warming. Image / JMA It produced an ash cloud spanning hundreds of square kilometres –…

In hot water: Ocean warming hits another record high on climate change – Mongabay.com

A new study has found that, for the sixth year in a row, the world’s oceans have been hotter than they’ve ever been in recent history due to human-induced climate change. The research team found that last year, the upper…

What is the zodiac?

Maybe you associate the word “zodiac” with astrology, but it has an honored place in astronomy, too. It’s defined by the annual path of the sun across our sky.

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Breakthrough Using CRISPR to Target Fat Cells in Genetic Study of Obesity

Fat—it is vital for life but too much can lead to a host of health problems. Studying how fat tissue, or adipose, functions in the body is critical for understanding obesity and other issues. But structural differences in fat cells and their distribution throughout the body make doing so challenging. “Fat cells are different from […]

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Three responses to climate change – MercatorNet

What’s global warming like in San Marcos, Texas? Strictly speaking, I can’t answer that question, although I live in San Marcos, a town of some 50,000 people halfway between San Antonio and Austin. The reason is that global warming (or…

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