The burning of fossil fuels is altering the ratio of carbon in the atmosphere, skewing the age of carbon dated objects. Continue reading →
Plants and animals share more in common than we tend to think, with new research finding that both groups respond to stress in similar ways, at least from a biochemical standpoint.
The vessel, found by salvage divers who specialize in unusual finds, dates back to the Czarist era. Continue reading →
The remains of burnt out Iron Age huts in Africa hold clues into understanding a bizarre weak spot in the Earth's magnetic field and weird magnetic pole reversals. Continue reading →
The United States uses more energy for A/C than any other country in the world. What is this doing to our planet?
Concentric circles of rocky hills and valleys in South Africa tell the story of a billion-year-old collapsed volcano.
Compound flooding, when heavy rains and storm surge combine, is an increasing risk for U.S. coasts. Continue reading →
Marine phytoplankton, which are tiny organisms that rely on light to grow and spread into globs in the ocean, influence how clouds accumulate droplets.
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