More Green Fairy Tales: Hydrogen To The Rescue?
I love a good fairy tale as much as the next person: Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Hansel and Gretel, Sun Cable. The really tragic part of this list is that it’s only Sun Cable that doesn’t have a happy ending….
AI search for aliens yields 8 potential signals
An international team of scientists says that a sophisticated new AI search for aliens has already found 8 potential ‘signals of interest’ from 5 nearby stars.
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Burning Out When Fighting Climate Change Is Your Job – The Cut
Photo: Jonathan Knowles/Getty Images I didn’t realize I’d hit the wall until it had shattered me. My exhaustion had seeped past my flesh, through my bones, and into my spirit. The muscles around my hips had hardened into stones, pulling…
Book review of “The Petroleum Papers: Inside the Far-Right conspiracy to Cover Up Climate Change” by Geoff Dembicki – The Washington Post
Listen 7 min Comment on this story Comment Gift Article In November 1959 Edward Teller, “the father of the hydrogen bomb,” told a group of oil company executives and scientists gathered at Columbia University that continued burning of fossil fuels…
The Wow! Signal: New search comes up empty
Scientists with Breakthrough Listen conducted a new search around a sun-like star for the famous Wow! Signal from 1977. Unfortunately, they heard nothing.
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‘Inspired by the displacement and migration caused by global warming’: Inbal Segev – The Strad
Discover more Featured Stories like this in The Strad Playing Hub On a crisp autumn morning back in 2019, my husband and I made a small pilgrimage to Harlem. ’A pilgrimage’ because we usually don’t hang out there, although it is just a 15-minute…
Maarten Schmidt, father of quasars, dies at 92
Maarten Schmidt died on September 19, 2022, at age 92. He unraveled the mystery of quasars and changed the way scientists view the universe.
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Archbishop accused of promoting climate change denier’s views on anniversary of Pope’s landmark letter – ABC News
Tasmania’s Archbishop has been accused of promoting the views of a climate change denier at the same time the global church is marking the seventh anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si: On care for our common home. Key points:…
3D-Printed Ear is Made and Transplanted From Patient’s Living Cells
In a major advance in the field of biological 3D-printing, a firm has successfully transplanted a printed ear made from a patient’s own stem cells. Such a procedure has been theorized for over a decade, but demonstrations have never been carried out at the scale now being done by medical researchers at 3DBio Therapeutics. Their […]
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Researchers Overcome ‘Major Hurdle’ in Reversing Deafness, Discovering Gene Responsible for Crucial Cells
Scientists can now create new hearing cells that can overcome deafness caused by aging. Considered a “major hurdle” to reversing hearing loss, the gene discovery allows the production of inner or outer ear hair cells. Hearing loss due to aging, noise, and certain cancer therapy drugs and antibiotics has up until now been seen as […]
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