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AOC and Bernie Sanders rally in opposition to mediocre local weather exchange motion

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has delivered an impassioned speech about her Green New Deal to combat climate change, saying radical action, not a middle-of-the-road approach is needed. The New York congresswoman joined Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at a rally at Howard University in Washington on Monday, organized by activist group and big-time GND supporters the...CONTINUE READING
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Invoice Nye makes use of profanity and hearth to fret the enormity of local weather trade

Bill Nye just dropped a slew of F-bombs.  As a guest on the May 12 episode of Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, the storied science communicator used profanity and half-jest to make a succinct point about Earth’s rising carbon dioxide emissions, which are now at their highest levels in millions of years: CO2, a...CONTINUE READING
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Folks and lecturers need local weather alternate taught in faculties

An exclusive poll from NPR and market research organization Ipsos says more than 80 percent of American parents want their kids to learn about climate change. The poll also found that 86 percent of teachers agree with the sentiment.  Read more…More about Climate, Science, Education, Mashable Video, and Climate Change
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How the warming oceans can blind sea creatures

Pilots flying at high altitudes need extra oxygen, or they’ll start to lose vision — and eventually pass out. Similarly, creatures dwelling in the oceans also require oxygen to see. Unfortunately for them, the seas are now gradually losing oxygen, a problematic marine event known as deoxygenation. Recognizing that this loss of oxygen could also...CONTINUE READING
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Airborne NASA scientists simply filmed one thing troubling in Greenland

Scientists aboard a NASA airplane swooped over some of Greenland’s largest glaciers on Monday, spotting melted ice and raging rivers. It’s significant, because though it’s not nearly summer, large blue ponds have already formed on the icy ground. NASA’s Operation IceBridge researchers observed this as part of their mission to watch for changes in Earth’s...CONTINUE READING
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This is who will use the arena’s quickest supercomputer

The U.S. will soon venture into a new frontier with the creation of the world’s most powerful supercomputer. The U.S. Department of Energy announced on Tuesday that it has awarded a $600 million contract to Cray Inc. and AMD for the record-setting machine, aptly named Frontier. The supercomputer is scheduled to be completed and delivered...CONTINUE READING
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SpaceX simply blasted a essential NASA device into area

NASA’s carbon-detecting sleuth has left Earth. SpaceX launched the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3 (OCO-3) to the International Space Station (ISS) at 2:48 a.m. ET on Saturday morning aboard the company’s dependable Falcon 9 rocket. After NASA’s cargo load arrives at the ISS, astronauts will use a long robotic arm to attach the refrigerator-sized instrument to the...CONTINUE READING
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Startling pictures display torched California land roaring again to lifestyles

The church survived and so did the train depot. But the rest of Paramount Ranch is a mangled yard of twisted metal and charred wood. The National Park Service fenced off the ruins of the replica 19th-century Western town, which throughout its 70-year history in the Malibu hills has served as a classic set for...CONTINUE READING
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Your long term air conditioner may do far more than simply cool your home

About 1.6 billion AC units hum on the planet today. By 2050, that number will likely swell to over 5 billion.  Roland Dittmeyer, an engineer at Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, sees a lot of potential here. AC units, especially in big residential or commercial buildings, suck in masses of air, sometimes all day long....CONTINUE READING
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