Tornadoes hard to forecast, but predictions improving
Meteorologists are making improvements in forecasting tornadoes. New tools, such as drones and computer modeling, are aiding improvements.
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Fossil Fuels Still Dominate Our Security And Defense Needs
President Joe Biden says climate change is the greatest threat faced by our country and the world. It’s a greater threat than nuclear war, he insists. Ironically, the proposed “solution” of eliminating essential fossil fuels to mitigate climate change actually…
Icy rain from Saturnâs rings is heating the planet
A new discovery shows an icy rain from Saturn’s rings affects the planet’s atmosphere. This insight could help lead to the discovery of rings around exoplanets.
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Globally, Net Zero Plans Are In A Complete Shambles
The collectivist Net Zero political project is starting to come apart before our very eyes. Making everyone poor, cold, hungry, and confined to small living territories was always a tall political ask, but decades of green virtue-signaling, backed by a…
Postponing state pension age decision ‘not exactly a sign of strength’, Jacob Rees-Mogg tells Tories – UK politics live
From 2h ago Jacob Rees-Mogg, the former business secretary, has said that the government’s announcement about postponing the decision about accelerating the rise in the state pension age to 68 is “not exactly a sign of strength”. Speaking in the…
One Stem Cell Injection to Target Inflammation Slashed Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke By 58%
A large trial showed that a single injection of a patient’s own stem cells into their heart was able to reduce inflammation and risk of heart attack and stroke by 58% if they had heart failure. 6 million Americans have clinical diagnoses of heart failure, a condition designated by a lack of ability for the […]
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£3.5m of Tory donations linked to pollution and climate denial, says report
The Conservative party received £3.5m from individuals and entities linked to climate denial, fossil fuels and high-pollution industries last year, according to new analysis. The climate website DeSmog analysed Electoral Commission records, which show that the party and its MPs…
UK is Europe’s worst private jet polluter, study finds
The UK is the private jet capital of Europe, with more flights than anywhere else on the continent, analysis has found. Last year, a private jet set off from the UK once every six minutes, putting the country ahead of…
‘Beginning of a new era’: Pacific islanders hail UN vote on climate justice
A group of Pacific Island students who were instrumental in pushing a UN resolution that should make it easier to hold polluting countries legally accountable for failure to act on the climate crisis have greeted its adoption as historic. “Young…
Climate justice takes centrestage at UN, top European court in historic firsts
UN General Assembly passes resolution calling world’s highest court to opine on state responsibilities towards climate protection; European Court hears case filed by over 2,000 senior women against Swiss government