Multi-billion dollar “climate services” firms are trying to cash in on the financial fear and insecurity prompted by changing weather
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As the world becomes more complex, making decisions becomes harder. Is it best to depend on careful analysis or to trust your gut?
Modern physicists continue to enshrine the split between the heavens and the earth perceived by our ancestors
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A genetic therapy that increases or lowers levels of a protein raises hopes for a treatment for neurological disorders
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The filing will raise concerns that the agency is shifting climate funds to other programs
Tiny plastic particles have turned up in samples of Arctic snow, pointing to their ubiquity in the environment
Iron traces in snowfall originated in a stellar explosion millions of years ago
Scientists found an interstellar iron isotope in Antarctic snow samples—which hints that our region of the universe may be the remnant of an ancient exploding star. Christopher Intagliata reports. ...