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Top Climate Alarmists Push UN Security Council To Save Net-Zero

Constructing and imposing an international orthodoxy is a never-ending task, especially when the orthodoxy imposes heavy costs on those countries and organizations that support it. That’s more clearly true about the orthodoxy on “climate change”—i.e., it’s an “emergency” that means…

Study finds airborne release of toxin from algal scum

(Taylor & Francis Group) A dangerous toxin has been witnessed – for the first time – releasing into the air from pond scum, research published in the peer-reviewed journal Lake and Reservoir Management today shows.

Pioneering Arthritis Treatment For Dogs is Rolled Out And Vets Call it ‘Groundbreaking’

A world-first arthritis treatment for dogs is being rolled out, and vets are hailing it as “groundbreaking.” The new biological therapy involves the synthesis of antibody molecules to eradicate pain caused by arthritis. The antibodies have been manufactured in the USA by Zoeitus, the largest global animal health company, and Scotland’s dogs will be the […]

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Creamy vs. Crunchy: What Your Peanut Butter Preference Says About Your Personality

Whether or not you like your peanut butter creamy or crunchy may actually say more about you than you think, according to a new survey. The poll examined the peanut butter and snacking preferences of 2,000 Americans—evenly split by their preference of crunchy vs. creamy—and found enjoying a crunchy peanut butter may make you have […]

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10 Years After Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, Two Men Are Still Living There Taking Care of Everyone’s Pets

When clouds of radiation began streaming into the air around the Fukushima nuclear plant, 160,000 residents were told to simply cut and run. However, it seems only 159,998 residents listened. The other two—Naoto Matsumura and Sakae Kato—remained. Evidently, the city possessed not one, but two men whose love of animals cracked through their innate sense […]

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Study Shows Wild Kangaroos Can Intentionally Communicate With Humans

Animals that have never been domesticated, such as kangaroos, can intentionally communicate with humans, says a new study. Challenging the idea that such behavior is restricted to domesticated animals like dogs, horses, and goats, the research was done by the University of Roehampton and the University of Sydney. Involving kangaroos—marsupials that were never domesticated—at three […]

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Scientists Achieve Breakthrough, Talking With Lucid Dreamers in Their Sleep—And There’s Now An App For That

Dreams take us to an alternative reality while we’re fast asleep. So, you might not expect that a person in the midst of a vivid dream would be able to perceive incoming questions and provide answers to them. But a new study led by Northwestern University researchers shows that, in fact, they can—and they developed […]

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Schooling Michael ‘Hockey Stick’ Mann On Climategate

Climategate was a conspiracy by ‘fossil-fuel-industry front groups, paid attack dogs, & conservative media outlets,’ claims Michael ‘Hockey Stick’ Mann in his latest potboiler The New Climate War. I do hope the rest of his book isn’t as inaccurate as this…

Wolves, dogs and dingoes, oh my

(Penn State) Dogs are generally considered the first domesticated animal, while its ancestor is generally considered to be the wolf, but where the Australian dingo fits into this framework is still debated, according to a retired Penn State anthropologist.