The oldest maxim in politics is “follow the money.” That maxim also applies to electric grids. Following the billions of dollars that have been spent on the Texas grid explains why the state continues to have electricity shortages. On Monday,…
In the “nasty” swamps of New Guinea, a frog specialist has discovered a new species which he decided to call the “chocolate frog.” Far from the fugitive confectionaries containing famous witch or wizard trading cards from the Harry Potter series, the real thing is a close relative of the Australian green tree frog, only coated […]
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It is an injustice that turtles are blown up in the Gulf of Mexico because American oil companies choose a particular and inappropriate method for undertaking surveys before setting explosives. If they did underwater, rather than aerial surveys, it would…
(University of Birmingham) Inaccessible workplaces, normative departmental cultures and ‘ableist’ academic systems have all contributed to the continued underrepresentation and exclusion of disabled researchers in the Geosciences, according to an article published today in Nature Geosciences.
To Offset Climate Change, Scientists Tout City Trees and Ultra-White Paint – The Wall Street Journal
The Future of Everything covers the innovation and technology transforming the way we live, work and play, with monthly issues on health, money, artificial intelligence and more. This month is Cities & Real Estate, online starting June 4 and in…
Beyond the visual beauty of their protected landscapes, U.S. National Parks also contain natural soundscapes that have the potential to create desirable health outcomes in people. This finding is part of a large, recently published meta-analysis examining the impact of natural audio on visitors’ biomarkersâwhich looked at dozens of different scientific papers on the subject. […]
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New research suggests that among bonobos, giving is seen as goodâand they may just have given the trait of generosity to us. While chimps are hostile and competitive, bonobos, their lesser-studied ape relatives, share about the same amount of DNA as usâand live in the polar opposite society of the blood-and-guts chimp dominance hierarchy. A […]
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