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Listen to This ‘Singing’ Lemur Species That Has ‘Common Musical Traits’ Like Humans Do

Songbirds share the human sense of rhythm, but it is a rare trait in non-human mammals—now, it’s been found, we can add the indri lemur to the short list of animals we know appreciate a sense of beat. “There is longstanding interest in understanding how human musicality evolved, but musicality is not restricted to humans”, […]

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In ‘Termination Shock,’ Neal Stephenson Finally Takes on Global Warming – WIRED

Over lunch, roughly when we’d started considering dessert, I asked Stephenson how that reception feels. He seemed a little chagrined—and he told me a story that made me think he wasn’t sure those guys were in on the joke. When…

Tiny Microscopic Hunters Could Be a Crystal Ball for Climate Change – Duke Today

DURHAM, N.C. — It’s hard to know what climate change will mean for Earth’s interconnected and interdependent webs of life. But one team of researchers at Duke University says we might begin to get a glimpse of the future from…

The Green Raw Deal: Biden’s Suicide Pact With The Radical Left

The following is an excerpt from “The Green Raw Deal” chapter in Sean Spicer’s new book, Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America. On Monday, February 15, 2021, eleven-year-old Cristian Pavon Pineda was excitedly playing in…

AFRICA: Global warming threatens over 100 million people – AFRIK 21

The year 2020 will be the third to eighth hottest year on record in Africa. In a report released Tuesday, October 19th, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) shows that changing rainfall patterns, rising temperatures and increased extreme weather events have…

To Strike A Climate Deal, Poor Nations Want Trillions From Rich Ones

Industrialized countries were already struggling to pay earlier commitments to help with clean-energy development and other infrastructure needs. Now the cost of buying cooperation has skyrocketed. At a July global climate gathering in London, South African environment minister Barbara Creecy…

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