Menopausal Mother Nature

News about Climate Change and our Planet

hospital

Greenhouse gas emissions around the world exceed pre-pandemic lockdown levels – WTSP.com

After a drop in overall emissions in 2020, warming is expected to continue; and there are reasons climate experts are concerned. After declining sharply last spring, global emissions of greenhouse gases ended 2020 by exceeding pre-pandemic levels, according to International…

Mozambican politician and champion against global warming dies at 57 – Africanews English

Daviz Simango, one of the main opponents in Mozambique has died at the age of 57, his family announced Monday. Simango, who was a champion against global warming as mayor of the second largest in Mozambique, was last week transferred…

UArizona climate scientist discusses Arizona’s impact on global warming research – Yahoo News

The Telegraph Romanians demand end to immersing babies in water during baptism after death of newborn child Tens of thousands of Romanians are demanding the country’s Orthodox Church bans the tradition of putting babies’ heads underwater during baptism after an…

World’s First All-Civilian Mission to Space Will Usher in New Era While Raising Money for St. Jude’s

SpaceX announced plans for the world’s first all-civilian mission to space. Targeted for late 2021, the flight will be commanded by Jared Isaacman, a 37-year-old entrepreneur and accomplished pilot—and they’re looking for co-adventurers. Named Inspiration4 in recognition of the four-person crew’s mission to inspire support for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the journey punctuates a […]

The post World’s First All-Civilian Mission to Space Will Usher in New Era While Raising Money for St. Jude’s appeared first on Good News Network.

ISSCR launches Stem Cells and Global Sustainability Scientific Meeting Series

(International Society for Stem Cell Research) The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) launches a new scientific series today, Stem Cells and Global Sustainability, which explores the intersection of stem cell science and global sustainability issues.

Media Fear-Mongering With Zero Education Value

February 1, 2021, 6:36 pm For most of the past year I have been hammering on the media for their destructive COVID fear-mongering.  By always cherry-picking the most alarmist opinion on every topic, and filling articles with carefully calibrated fear-provoking…

Uncategorized

New report charts path toward superior earthquake recovery

A committee of experts has urged officials at all levels of government to support research and policies that could help get the buildings and services society depends on up and running quickly after an earthquake. In a report delivered to Congress, the committee outlines seven recommendations that, if acted upon, may greatly improve the resilience of communities across the nation.

Gut microbiota reveals whether drug therapies work in inflammatory bowel diseases

A study indicates that the gut microbiota of patients suffering from inflammatory gastrointestinal disorders can be used to predict whether they will benefit from expensive therapies. The study also confirms the key role of therapies that have a beneficial effect on the gut microbiota in inflammatory bowel diseases.

Student uses zebrafish to study spinal deformities

Molecular developmental biologists used zebrafish embryos to study a gene mutation that causes scoliosis, a sideways curvature of the spine that typically occurs in humans just before puberty.