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Arctic sea ice August 2022

Ocean currents keep pushing heat toward the Arctic Ocean Arctic sea ice is getting very thin, as temperatures keep rising and ocean currents keeps pushing warm water toward the Arctic, as illustrated by the NOAA image below, showing sea surface temperatures in…

Biden’s EV Push Facing Major Setbacks With Recycling, Weather, Fire

Thanks to the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, there’s more than $60 billion available for grid transportation investment. Plus, $5 billion is earmarked for state grants to help establish high-capacity charging stations on every highway in the United States,…

LANL: Wildfire-Smoke Observations Fill Gap In Estimating Soot’s Role In Climate Change – Los Alamos Reporter

Black carbon, or soot, from wildfires, transportation and other sources has a big impact on global warming, but a data gap has prevented climate-change models from accurately representing that influence. New work by Los Alamos National Laboratory closes the gap…

Wildfire-smoke observations fill gap in estimating soot’s role in climate change – EurekAlert

image: Black carbon, or soot, from wildfires, transportation and other sources has a big impact on global warming, but a data gap has prevented climate-change models from accurately representing that influence. New work by Los Alamos National Laboratory closes the gap…

World’s Oldest Brain Has Been Found in Remains of a 3-Eyed Giant Prawn From Half-Billion Years Ago

The world’s oldest brain has been found in the remains of a three-eyed prawn that swam the oceans more than half a billion years ago. Its complete central nervous system is still visible, providing unprecedented insights into the ancestors of insects, spiders and crustaceans. Named Stanleycaris hirpex, it was described as “the stuff of nightmares.” […]

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