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Department of Interior Leads the Way on Scientific Integrity
December 19th, 2014

The Department of the Interior has released a new scientific integrity policy that sets a strong standard for the administration, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists. Below is a statement from Michael Halpern, Program Manager at the Center for Science and Democracy: “The Department of the Interior’s new scientific integrity policy is simplified, streamlined, … Continue reading Department of Interior Leads the Way on Scientific Integrity


Reality & Imagination Flow in Opposite Directions
November 29th, 2014

Activity in the brain flows in opposite directions from internal thoughts and external information.


Three Times More Mercury in the Oceans
September 6th, 2014

Humans have greatly increased the amount of toxic mercury in the environment, without really knowing the full impacts.


New Paper on Life Under Antarctic Ice
September 6th, 2014

A team of U.S researchers made a breakthrough expedition in West Antarctic finding life and an active ecosystem one-half mile below the surface proving that Antarctica is not a dead continent.


Bees Infected With Mutated Plant Virus?
January 22nd, 2014

Research indicates that bees are being infected with viruses that have jumped from plants.


Suicidal Temperatures Ahead
January 2nd, 2014

Global average temperatures will rise at least 4°C by 2100 and potentially more than 8°C by 2200 if carbon dioxide emissions are not reduced, according to new research published in Nature that shows our climate is more sensitive to carbon dioxide than most previous estimates.


Methane Hydrates – Climate Tipping Point?
January 2nd, 2014

A new study shows that the observed outgassing near Svalbard could be caused by natural temperature variations and may not be attributed to global warming.


Ocean Acidity to Skyrocket – Reduce CO2 Now!
November 15th, 2013

In a major new international report, ‘experts’ have reached the ultra-conservative conclusion that the acidity of the world’s ocean may increase by around 170% by the end of the century. This will wipe out most life in the oceans and greatly reduce the planet’s supply of oxygen.


Solar Activity a Minimal Role in Climate Change
November 12th, 2013

Changes in solar activity have contributed no more than 10 per cent to global warming in the twentieth century, a new study has found.


Topography Slows Antarctic Ice Loss
November 9th, 2013

Research suggests that narrow stripes of dirt and rock beneath massive Antarctic glaciers create friction zones that slow the flow of ice toward the sea.


Canadian Scientists Rally for Science
September 17th, 2013

Canada’s current federal government is anti-science and has tried to subvert and suppress science to support an agenda that supports criminal corporations at the expense of the environment and public health. Now scientists are letting the world know what is going on.


New Technique for Leaving Your Body
September 9th, 2013

New research supports previous research on how to trigger an out of body experience and provides a new technique.


Severe Weather Human Caused, Mostly
September 6th, 2013

Human influences are having an impact on some extreme weather and climate events, but maybe not all.


Cell Phones Increase Cancer Risk
July 30th, 2013

Another study published in a peer-reviewed science journal shows how cell phones can cause cancer.


Ocean Level Rise Detailed
July 16th, 2013

How much will ocean levels rise due to humanity’s alteration of the atmosphere – 2.3 meters per 1 degree of warming says Oregon Researchers.


Giant Iceberg Leaves Antarctica
July 13th, 2013

An iceberg a quarter the size of Rhode Island recently broke off Antarctica but the rift was noticed back in 2011.


Ozark Snakes Reduce Mosquito-Eating Birds
July 13th, 2013

As temperatures rise, more snakes eat more baby birds which means more mosquitoes which means more disease and even more pressure on bird populations.


Some Trees Trying to Adapt to Rising CO2
July 11th, 2013

Spurred by increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide, forests over the last two decades have become dramatically more efficient in how they use water, a Harvard study has found.


Can Global Warming Be Reversed?
July 11th, 2013

Some scientists are claiming that bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) can reverse the global warming trend and push temperatures back down, but there are conditions that must first be met.


Rapid Changes Seen on Antarctic Sea Bottom
July 11th, 2013

It might be cold in the Antarctic, but that doesn’t mean that life there necessarily moves slowly.


Antarctic Glaciation Theory Questioned
July 11th, 2013

A team of U.S. and U.K. scientists has found geologic evidence that casts doubt on one of the conventional explanations for how Antarctica’s ice sheet began forming.


Detecting Cancer can be Easy and Painless with Urine Cancer Test
July 5th, 2013

With all the conventional diagnosis for cancer, HCG urinalysis is one test which could offer non-invasive, cost-effective and can even determine cancer before symptoms develop.


CO2 Altering Ocean Foodchain
July 4th, 2013

Atmospheric CO2 has big consequences for the tiny bacteria that are the foundation of most life in the sea.


Comparing Genomes of Wild and Domestic Tomato
June 27th, 2013

Studying the genome of tomatoes may help speed the development of new strains.


New Potentially Life Supporting Planets Discovered
June 25th, 2013

The European Southern Observatory has identified a star system only 22 light years away with at least 6 planets, 3 of them Earth-like.


When Green Algae Run Out of Air
June 23rd, 2013

When green algae “can’t breathe”, they get rid of excess energy through the production of hydrogen.


Pentagon Working On UFO-Style Aircraft For Surveillance Missions
January 13th, 2013

The Pentagon is looking to bring airships back from their spotty past and into the future.


Space Travel May Be Harmful to the Brain, Study Suggests
January 1st, 2013

Prolonged Cosmic Radiation Exposure Could Hasten Alzheimer’s.


Divert Power to Shields–Solar Maximum Is Coming
December 20th, 2012

The main reason for this is that there has been an increase in society’s dependence on space-based services that are severely influenced by these disturbances.


Multitasking Humpback Whales Sing in Feeding Grounds
December 20th, 2012

All 10 of the whales sang while they ate, but two of them sang the long and complex songs that are usually only heard in mating season.