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Extinction magnitude of animals in the near future | Scientific Reports – Nature.com

Selection of environmental-biotic events to be studied In global warming events associated with mass extinctions, the current environmental changes are similar to those recorded during the end-Ordovician, end-Guadalupian, and end-Permian mass extinctions. Therefore, I analyzed global surface temperature anomalies, mercury…

97% Consensus? Survey Shows Only 59% Of Scientists Expect Climate Doom

A new poll of scientists conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson University found that only 59 percent of respondents think global climate change will cause “significant harm” to the “living conditions for people alive today.” That is far short of the “97…

Volcanoes Were Erupting on the Moon One Billion Years More Recently Than Previously Thought

[SWNS] – Volcanoes were erupting on the moon a billion years more recently than previously thought, according to new research from the Institute of Geology and Geophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Scientists had previously believed the moon became “geologically dead” three billion years ago. However, new lunar samples collected during China’s Chang’E-5 mission […]

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Regime Pseudoscientists Enforce Climate Change Narrative

Although the field of experimental psychology has a very dubious track record in meeting scientific standards, it is nevertheless continually used to discredit the views of select subjects under study. It does this by pathologizing said subjects and their views….

Global Warming and Economic Mineralogy to be focus of guest speaker – YSU.edu

Richard Lassin, former director of Aquila Resources, will present to students in YSU’s Geology of Economic Mineral Deposits class. The presentation, which is free and open to the YSU community, is 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3 in Moser Hall, room…

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