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Climate change exposes older adults to more of these health hazards—here’s how to prepare – MarketWatch

This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. With over one-third of California long-term care communities located in areas that are at high risk for fire, it would be difficult to find someone more on edge than a long-term-care facility operator during California’s…

No, Hunga-Tonga eruption won’t slow global warming – New Zealand Herald

It produced an ash cloud spanning hundreds of square kilometres – but scientists say it’s unlikely Hunga-Tonga’s big blow will put any dent in global warming. Image / JMA It produced an ash cloud spanning hundreds of square kilometres –…

Analysis: After sun-dimming setback, geoengineers seek a diplomatic fix – Reuters

‘Solar geoengineering’ research runs into barriers Indigenous opposition sparks 2022 strategy rethink New commission to look at risks from climate target overshoot OSLO, Jan 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – In 1965, U.S. President Lyndon Johnson’s science advisors urged research into…

How the Refrigerator Became an Agent of Climate Catastrophe – The New Yorker

A couple of years ago, in spring, my wife and I took our dog for a walk near Bantam Lake, in northwestern Connecticut, a few miles from our house. In swampy woods on the lake’s northern shore, we noticed a…

New Study Further Resolves Stephen Hawking’s Black Hole Paradox – With String Theory

Black holes really are giant fuzzballs, a new study says. The study attempts to put to rest the debate over Stephen Hawking’s famous information paradox, the problem created by Hawking’s conclusion that any data that enters a black hole can never leave. This conclusion accorded with the laws of thermodynamics, but opposed the fundamental laws […]

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What is the zodiac?

Maybe you associate the word “zodiac” with astrology, but it has an honored place in astronomy, too. It’s defined by the annual path of the sun across our sky.

The post What is the zodiac? first appeared on EarthSky.

A Dirt Cheap Climate Change Solution? Common Clay Materials May Help Curb Methane Emissions – SciTechDaily

A team of researchers at MIT has come up with a promising approach to controlling methane emissions and removing it from the air, using an inexpensive and abundant type of clay called zeolite. In this image, the zeolite, depicted as…

Graphene, the definitive weapon against global warming? – Central Valley Business Journal

Graphene, the definitive weapon against global warming? – CVBJ 01/09/2022 at 13:03 CET Veronica Paves Graphene promises to revolutionize the fight against climate change. This material, which is considered one of the most valuable discovered to date, could improve the…

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