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Time-lapse map chronicles decades of global change as seen from space
Thu May 9, 2013
Glaciers shrank 10,000 years ago, but for the past 6,000 years they stabilized as temperatures slowly dropped until about a century ago. Human civilization depends on those glaciers for a steady supply of water. Without them things will get very ugly very fast.
Ice-free Arctic in our future, ancient climate record suggests
Thu May 9, 2013
Pro-gun billboard featuring Native Americans causing controversy in Colorado
Mon Apr 29, 2013
myown, Germany weakened gun control laws in 1928 and made it possible for their citizens to own guns, which had been illegal under the Weimar Republic.
Here's a first: Fish using sign language
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Many species of fish will show up at cleaner-wrasse stations and go into a kind of headstand to indicate they are waiting to have parasites picked off them.
Wife accidentally kills husband during gun lesson: Police
Sun Apr 28, 2013
More legal guns => more dead people
Scientists show how a hot, steamy afternoon kills the chill on a beer can
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Sam, adding CO2 traps heat at the surface (this is basic physics, established over 100 years ago). Added heat evaporates more water (again, basic physics). Added water vapor causes yet more heating (as you noted).
Global warming study suggests human causes dating back to 1800s
Mon Apr 22, 2013
BlueSky, it's about 35 billion tons per year, not trillions of tons. We can measure it several ways. One is with direct air measurements at places such as Mauna Loa. Another is with satellite measurements of atmospheric spectra.
To the moon? Bigelow Aerospace and NASA look at private exploration
Fri Apr 19, 2013
High resolution photos of the moon are beginning to locate caves that could be used. Not to mention that solar-powered robots could be used to excavate tunnels or cover structures with regolith. Any scheme that fails to use the abundant surface material to provide insulation and protection is just n …
Teen dies after being hit in chest with softball on birthday
Thu Apr 11, 2013
How hard would it be to require chest protectors for kids playing baseball, softball, hockey, etc.? Every time I read about one of these kids dying from a line-drive or an errant pitch it seems so senseless.
Teen shot dead after sneaking into wrong home following party
Sat Mar 23, 2013
As always, More legal guns => more dead kids. Some people never learn, though.
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