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12 captivating images from the Sony World Photography Awards

Gorgeous landscapes and emotional portraits are just some of the elements captured by the finalist and shortlisted entries in the Sony World Photography Awards. In its 13th year, the 2020 competition received more than 345,000 images from 203 countries and…

Study: CO2 Has Negligible Role In Warming, ‘Effectively Unmeasurable’

A new study (Stallinga, 2020) assesses the climate sensitivity to rising CO2 concentrations is just 0.0014°C per ppm. Dr. Peter Stallinga has published a comprehensive analysis of the Earth’s greenhouse effect. He finds an inconsequential role for CO2. Doubling CO2…

Arctic Sea Ice Sees ‘Dramatic Recovery And Expansion’, N. Europe Cooling

Northern Europe and the Arctic show signs of winter cooling over the past decades. Could the global warming theory be in for an upset? Looking at January data over northern Europe, we see no real warming trend for the month,…

Ex-‘Fridays For Future’ Activist Reveals ‘Cult-Like Control, Hostility’

Sina, aged 14, used to be active as a spokesperson for Fridays for Future in a city in the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia. But she quickly became disenchanted by the movement’s “cult-like” structures that did not tolerate questions. Recently she…

Male Garter Snake Tricks Other Males With His Female Scent | Life | BBC Earth

Winter is over and so is hibernation season! This male garter snake almost misses his chance to mate – but uses a clever trick to put himself ahead of other males.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub #redsidedgartersnake #davidattenborough #bbcearth Watch more:Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylistBlue Planet…

N. Hemisphere Fall/Winter Snow Cover Still Trending Up; Arctic Ice Stable

Data from the University of Rutgers show that the northern hemisphere snow cover in the fall and winter have trended upwards since data recording began in 1967. The following chart shows northern hemisphere snow cover for fall, where we see…

How to garden for bumblebees

Would you like to hear your neighbors buzzing about how good your garden looks? There’s an easy way to do that and help an important native pollinator at the same time. Plant a bumblebee-friendly garden. You’ll do yourself and bumblebees…

9 interesting facts about the Nile River

The Nile is one of the most famous rivers anywhere on our planet, and rightfully so. While all rivers are important for people and wildlife who live nearby, the Nile looms especially large, both literally and figuratively. Here are a…

​Why Carolina bays are an enduring mystery

Carolina bays are best described as temporary, isolated freshwater wetlands. This is Banks Lake in Lakeland, Georgia. (Photo: Robert C. Clark) Earth still holds secrets. Among those secrets, what formed the Carolina bays, Earth’s most mysterious landform? People drive by…

Critics Face Harsh Climate When It Comes To Science

Tough Times for Critics By Die kalte Sonne(Translated by P. Gosselin) The climate issue now dominates almost all areas of life. This makes it all the more important that the arguments of the critics of the climate alarm are finally…