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NASA Scientist Links ‘Climate Change’ To ‘White Supremacy’

Another NASA climate scientist has revealed their politics and waded into racially charged linkages between “climate justice” and “racial justice.” and “white supremacy.” NASA’s Dr. Kate Marvel (pictured) declared on June 1: “Climate justice and racial justice are the same thing, and we’ll…

Terrestrial Species Outpaced by Marine Species in the Race Against Global Warming – SciTechDaily

Some of the 12,000 plant and animal species considered in this study. Credit: © Gaël Grenouillet Global warming is causing species to search for more temperate environments in which to migrate to, but it is marine species – according to…

Marine species are outpacing terrestrial species in the race against global warming – EurekAlert

IMAGE: Some of the 12,000 plant and animal species considered in this study. view more  Credit: © Gaël Grenouillet Global warming is causing species to search for more temperate environments in which to migrate to, but it is marine species –…

LG Chem & Panasonic In Tight Race To Be #1 EV Battery Supplier, CATL Solidly #3

It’s all about those batteries, ’bout those batteries, ’bout those batteries. The electric car market is influenced by aesthetics, aerodynamics, tech efficiency, semi-autonomous and infotainment features, and more. However, it seems no single element is more important than the batteries

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Field courses boost student success, support STEM diversity efforts

The challenge of diversifying STEM fields may get a boost from the results of a new study that show field courses help build self-confidence among students — especially those from underrepresented groups.

Race, Global Warming and the Experts – pittsburghquarterly.com

Last week we considered the possibility that, precisely to the extent that human equality is the most important issue facing the world, to that extent liberal democracy can claim little legitimacy. It is certainly true that liberal democracies have produced…

Scientists have created the world's first liquid metal lattice

[embedded content] Researchers have developed the world’s first liquid metal lattice, a design that could pave the way for devices that fully heal themselves when damaged. The team from Bingham University has already built several structures with it, from soccer…

Fisherman visits dolphin every day to make up for the missing tourists

Fungie is no stranger to solitude. Since the bottlen-nosed dolphin was first spotted in Irish waters back in 1983, he’s almost never seen with even a single friend. Fungie is so famed for his solo act, even Guinness World Records…