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Dems Invite Teen Climate ‘Scientist’ Greta Thunberg To Testify Before Congress

When the 115th session of the US Congress finishes, I would be hard-pressed to pick the most insane stunt organized by our illustrious representatives. I’m tempted to pick Impeachment Theater as the most senseless move. But I pick the decision…

No, asteroid 2007 FT3 won’t hit Earth in October

Why is the internet so chock-full of stories about asteroids on a collision course with Earth? At this rate, we should have been obliterated many times over already. Here comes the newest scare story: asteroid 2007 FT3. No, it won’t hit us, either.

Media Scheme To Eco-Shame A Billion People Ahead Of UN Climate Summit

News consumers everywhere should prepare for the onslaught of climate change stories ahead of the UN climate summit next week. Instigated by Columbia Journalism Review and The Nation, more than 250 media entities joined forces to foster urgency and action…

Carp aquaculture in Neolithic China dating back 8,000 years

Researchers analyzed fish bones excavated from the Early Neolithic Jiahu site in Henan Province, China. By comparing the body-length distributions and species-composition ratios of the bones with findings from East Asian sites with present aquaculture, the researchers provide evidence of managed carp aquaculture at Jiahu dating back to 6200-5700 BC.

New study shows common carp aquaculture in Neolithic China dating back 8,000 years

(Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History) In a recent study, an international team of researchers analyzed fish bones excavated from the Early Neolithic Jiahu site in Henan Province, China. By comparing the body-length distributions and species-composition ratios of the bones with findings from East Asian sites with present aquaculture, the researchers provide evidence of managed carp aquaculture at Jiahu dating back to 6200-5700 BC.

Naomi Klein: ‘We are seeing the beginnings of the era of climate barbarism’

Why are you publishing this book now?I still feel that the way that we talk about climate change is too compartmentalised, too siloed from the other crises we face. A really strong theme running through the book is the links…

Advancing our planet: Ford's roadmap for sustainability

Going green is more than just a buzzword for this leading automaker. They were the first to bring us the modern automobile as we know it, so it only makes sense that Ford Motor Company is now ushering in the…

Global warming has made iconic Andean peak unrecognizable – Science Magazine

By Tim AppenzellerSep. 11, 2019 , 4:15 PM On 23 June 1802, German geographer Alexander von Humboldt and his companions could climb no higher. Plagued by altitude sickness, their gloveless hands bloodied from jagged handholds, and their boots sodden, they…

India’s moon mission: “95% of mission objectives accomplished”

Saturday’s heartbreaking loss of contact with the Vikram lander – part of the Chandrayaan-2 mission to the moon – hasn’t changed the upbeat tone of India’s space science. Here’s what we know so far.