A new computer model suggests Earth’s lopsided core growth. That is, the inner core grows faster on one side than the other. Faster cooling on one side of the core helps explain why.
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As the Biden administration planners would like to spend billions of dollars to address climate change, it might be wise to look at the climate predictions over the past 50 years. For the man-made climate change believers, let’s examine some of their past prophets. The Boston…
A new experiment aboard the ISS is studying tardigrades – aka water bears – to better understand how they tolerate extreme environments, including the one astronauts experience in space.
What the Ottoman Empire can teach us about the consequences of climate change – Ohio Capital Journal
Drought’s effects on the population slowed the Ottoman Empire’s expansion in the 16th century. Lessing Archives. By Andrea Duffy, Colorado State University In the late 16th century, hundreds of bandits on horseback stormed through the countryside of Ottoman Anatolia raiding…
What the Ottoman Empire can teach us about the consequences of climate change – and how drought can uproot peoples and fuel warfare – Source
Drought’s effects on the population slowed the Ottoman Empire’s expansion in the 16th century.Lessing Archives In the late 16th century, hundreds of bandits on horseback stormed through the countryside of Ottoman Anatolia raiding villages, inciting violence and destabilizing the sultan’s…
CRS-22 – SpaceXâs 22nd cargo launch for NASA – will send bobtail squid and tardigrades to ISS this week. The launch is scheduled for June 3. How to watch, here.
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