New Energy Bill: Reducing Our Dependence on Foreign Oil

The U. S. economy is feeling the brunt of skyrocketing oil prices as the nation's dependence on foreign oil continues to grow. We need a responsible energy plan to reduce our reliance on foreign oil. President Bush and Senator Kerry appear to be skirting the real issues involved. Growing... Read More

America and its Collision Course

Energy ESP #7 - America and its Collision CourseCrude oil explodes through $46.50 as the problems are growing -It's bigger than Iraq, bigger than Bin Laden and even bigger thanthe next election. America has entered into an exhaustive racefor survival - And nobody is talking about it.Talking about what you... Read More

Positive Effects of Carbon Dioxide for Plant Growth

Many articles have been written about the negative effects of carbon dioxide. Sick Building Syndrome, loss of concentration due to high levels of carbon dioxide, asphyxiation in breweries or wine cellars, all these things spring to mind when we hear the magic phrase carbon dioxide. Yet, perhaps today when Venus... Read More

Marine News - Summer 2004 - Our Ocean Environment

Our oceans are home to many marine mammals, fish, turtles, corals and others. The delicate balance between man and the ocean is constantly being challenged by the demands of our society. Most of our planet is covered by water, a necessary ingredient of human life. The state of our oceans... Read More

How Body Piercing Works -- The Ins and Outs of this Cutting Edge Process

Body piercing (defined as any piercing beyond the standard earlobe piercing) has become such a popular form of body modification that between five and ten percent of the population of the United States has indulged in at least one form of it at some time in their lives. In most... Read More

The Joy of Recycling

I have always been an advocate of recycling. Even though I am not always convinced of its financial viability, I am thoroughly convinced of its value as a means of increasing public awareness of the cost of our consumerism. In the 20+ years I have been in the organizing profession,... Read More

Energy and America

America is entering into a time of Energy crisis. It could easily be the greatest crisis that human-kind is to face. America can not continue to lead the world econimcally and drain it dry at the same time. The National Collegiate Clean Energy Initiative is working to unite American students... Read More

Diamond Flashes

Beyond magnificence and splendor, the world of diamonds evolves on stirred grounds. When the stake is so important, interests collide. But technology develops following its onward course. Here are some interesting off-stage events in the diamond industry and innovations in technology.De Beers sued by head of the Diamond BourseDerek Parsons,... Read More

The Valuable Individual

How can we, as individuals, participate in waste management? Because some of us are so overwhelmed with Earth's problems, we feel that our contributions have no real consequence in the end. For others, social barriers can be an issue. A lady we once knew confessed that she did not want... Read More

Trash Talk Your Way to a Better World

North Americans account for less than 10% of the world's population, yet we produce 50% of the world's garbage and consume more than 33% of it's resources. If everyone consumed like the average North American, we would require three Earths!Authors Dave and Lillian Brummet offer an upbeat, proactive look at... Read More

In The News:

France most skeptical about science and vaccines, global survey finds  Science MagazineQuelle surprise. France, cradle of the Concorde, the face transplant, and the first isolation of HIV, is more wary of vaccines and the economic value of science ...
This rock-eating 'worm' could change the course of rivers  Science MagazineShipworms have long been a menace to humankind, sinking ships, undermining piers, and even eating their way through Dutch dikes in the mid-1700s. Now ...
It's quiet out there: scientists fail to hear signals of alien life  The GuardianBreakthrough Listen project found no evidence of alien civilisations on 1327 stars.
What universities can learn from one of science's biggest frauds  Nature.comDetailed analysis of misconduct investigations into huge research fraud suggests institutional probes aren't rigorous enough.
Plants can “sneeze” thanks to this quirk of physics  Science NewsA “surface tension catapult” can fling dewdrops carrying fungal spores from water-repellent leaves.
Arts & Culture: Science in Comic Books  PhysicsA recent conference in France brought together artists and researchers to discuss ways to draw science—in particular in comic strips.
Scientists use sound to see around corners  Science MagazineLONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA—Spies may soon have another tool to carry out their shadowy missions: a new device that uses sound to “see” around corners.
Africa's science academy leads push for ethical data use  Nature.comThe goal is to create the continent's first cross-disciplinary guidelines for collecting, storing and sharing data and specimens.
Let’s All Stop Holding Out for Science to Find the Perfect Diet  SlateNutrition advice is often all over the map, even contradictory: Red wine is good, all alcohol is bad, eat breakfast, skip breakfast, eat a million small meals, ...
Two new Earth-like planets discovered near Teegarden's Star  Science DailyAn international research team has discovered two new Earth-like planets near one of our closest stars. Teegarden's Star is about 12.5 light years away and is ...
Female rats face sex bias too  Science NewsWhen researchers release a new finding about the brain, it's often mice or rats who have run the mazes and taken the tests for science. People might wonder: ...
The science behind those viral videos of freezing soap bubbles  The VergeIt took a YouTube video, a walk-in freezer kept at negative 20 degrees Celsius, and some very cold-tolerant engineering students for researchers to finally figure ...
Boaty McBoatface's First Mission Results Just Got Published, And It's Serious Science  ScienceAlertBoaty McBoatface is no longer just an internet sensation - it's also a valuable contributor to climate change research.
The five: unsung female scientists  The GuardianThe history of science has often seen women's work overlooked and their credit stolen.
Reversible superglue proves strong enough to hold average man  The GuardianSnail slime-like substance appears to solve problem of weak and reversible or strong and irreversible adhesive.
Hyped-up science is a problem. One clever Twitter account is pushing back.  Vox.comHow a simple nudge can improve health and nutrition reporting.
Top stories: The science of false confessions, transforming blood types, and Brazil's war on drugs  Science MagazineFalse confessions are surprisingly common. That's in part because standard interrogation techniques place suspects under psychological stresses from which a ...
Science Suggests You Actually Do Have a Type, And It's Probably Your Ex  ScienceAlert"They're just not my type." Whether during private conversation with a trusted friend, or while watching a favourite romantic comedy, we've all heard these words ...
Scientists shocked by Arctic permafrost thawing 70 years sooner than predicted  The GuardianPermafrost at outposts in the Canadian Arctic is thawing 70 years earlier than predicted, an expedition has discovered, in the latest sign that the global climate ...
NASA's Cassini reveals New Sculpting in Saturn Rings  Science DailyAs NASA's Cassini dove close to Saturn in its final year, the spacecraft provided intricate detail on the workings of Saturn's complex rings, new analysis shows.
Trump's White House pressures NASA on climate science  QuartzMany Americans have been subjected to an e-mail thread from septuagenarians upset about climate science. It's a different story when the recipient runs NASA ...
A new Middle Ages for science  SpikedIt's usually an upper-middle-class elite, living in the metropolitan centre, that shops for organic and GMO-free food items from fancy stores. That's fine, nobody ...
Share your science with a story  Science MagazineIn this Career Fable, our columnists offer advice for telling compelling scientific tales.
Mutant genes could supercharge efforts to decipher protein structures  Science MagazineMapping the atomic structure of proteins is crucial to understanding how they behave, but it's painstaking work that typically requires dedicated, expensive ...
How canines capture your heart: scientists explain puppy dog eyes  The GuardianIn a project that has all the makings of a Roald Dahl classic, scientists have hit on an answer to the mystery of how man's best friend got its puppy dog eyes.
We may have helped give our canine pals 'puppy dog eyes'  Science MagazineDog owners know the look: Your pooch stares up at you, eyes wide, and you can't resist giving them a hug or favorite treat. A new study of dog facial anatomy ...
Reuters Science News Summary  Yahoo NewsFollowing is a summary of current science news briefs. The persistence of Congo's Ebola outbreak and its deadly spread to Uganda in recent days show how ...
Sen. Tammy Baldwin Wants Steady Funding Increases For Science & Biomedical Research  WUWMWisconsin U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin says the federal government should be spending more money on scientific and biomedical research. So, recently, she ...
Anne White named head of the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering  MIT NewsAnne White has been named the new head of the MIT Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering. She is currently associate professor of nuclear science ...
Encourage Young Girls to 'Do' Science Rather Than 'Be' Scientists  LifehackerToday's girls are seeing more images of women in STEM careers, and it's wonderful. Right now, I'm looking at these illustrated posters of women innovators from ...
Diamond detectors could aid the search for dark matter  Science NewsElusive dark matter particles could be spotted when they slam into electrons or atomic nuclei within diamond, scientists say.
Russian geneticist answers challenges to his plan to make gene-edited babies  Science MagazineIn a bold rejection of the widespread sentiment—and regulations in many countries—that no one should alter the genome of a human embryo and transfer it to a ...
Scientists Have Found Evidence a Strange Group of Quantum Particles Are Basically Immortal  ScienceAlertNothing lasts forever. Humans, planets, stars, galaxies, maybe even the Universe itself, everything has an expiration date. But things in the quantum realm don't ...
In wake of Trump's fetal tissue clampdown, scientists strain to adjust  Science MagazineMegan Sykes, an immunologist at Columbia University, has spent years using human fetal tissue to develop a mouse with a humanlike immune system, which ...
'All-Out Assault on Science': Latest Executive Order by Trump Puts Expert Advice on the Chopping Block  Common DreamsExperts accused the White House of escalating its war on science after President Donald Trump issued a Friday executive order slashing federal advisory ...
Measurement and implications of Saturn's gravity field and ring mass  Science MagazineDuring the final stages of the Cassini mission, the spacecraft flew between the planet and its rings, providing a new view on this spectacular system (see the ...
Woman Who Requested Mariah Carey Cake Got Marie Curie Instead  Live ScienceMy cousin in England told her colleagues she wanted a Mariah Carey birthday cake. They misunderstood, and is the cake they made her instead. It's Marie ...
Yay, it's conference time! Navigating the bizarre world of scientific meetings  Science MagazineOur Experimental Error columnist offers a tongue-in-cheek guide for conference attendees.
Stop Using Phony Science to Justify Transphobia  Scientific AmericanAntiscientific sentiment bombards our politics, or so says the Intellectual Dark Web (IDW). Chief among these antiscientific sentiments, the IDW cites the rising ...
Moving USDA research agencies is part of Trump’s war on science and statistics  The Washington PostIN ITS war on science and statistics, the Trump administration has a habit of sidelining inconvenient information. Last week, it was at it again. On Thursday, the ...
UCSF Dermatologist Specializes In Science, Treatment Of Dark Skin  CBS San FranciscoWhen it comes to dermatology, melanin makes a huge difference. BR's Betty Yu shows us a new clinic at UCSF that specializes in treating patients with dark skin ...
Sodium chloride on the surface of Europa  Science AdvancesThe potential habitability of Europa's subsurface ocean depends on its chemical composition, which may be reflected in that of Europa's geologically young ...
Trump's order to trim science advisory panels sparks outrage | TheHill  The HillFormer agency heads and environmentalists are blasting a new executive order issued late Friday evening as a stealthy means to remove scientific oversight ...
Terence Corcoran: Activists out to make billions are bringing science conflicts to court, but court is no place for science  Financial PostFrom breast implants to tobacco and pesticides, the confrontational legal system is ill-equipped to deal with science.
The origins of cannabis smoking: Chemical residue evidence from the first millennium BCE in the Pamirs  Science AdvancesCannabis is one of the oldest cultivated plants in East Asia, grown for grain and fiber as well as for recreational, medical, and ritual purposes. It is one of the most ...
Scientists challenge notion of binary sexuality with naming of new plant species  Science DailyScientists have named a new plant species from the remote Outback. The description of the plant had confounded field biologists for decades because of the ...
More Scientists Now Think Geoengineering May Be Essential  WIREDWith carbon emissions soaring, plans to study and develop geoengineering technologies are gaining traction as a last resort.
Rotavirus vaccines may lower kids' chances of getting type 1 diabetes  Science NewsVaccination against rotavirus is associated with a reduced incidence of type 1 diabetes in children, according to an analysis of U.S. insurance data.
Harvard Scientists Make 'Landmark' Discovery in Synthesizing Anti-Cancer Molecules Found in Sea Sponges  GizmodoHarvard and Japanese scientists say they've made a “landmark” discovery in cancer drug development. In a new study published Monday, they say they have ...
Cannabis quality involves careful science and carefree highs  The Conversation - CanadaTo deliver good-quality cannabis, producers must simultaneously aim for both careful science and carefree highs.
U of A Resiliency Center Hosts National Council for Science and the Environment Meeting  University of Arkansas NewswireThe Resiliency Center in the Fay Jones School is hosting the Summer Member Meeting of the National Council for Science and the Environment on the U of A ...
New methods from material sciences in physics find their way into cancer research  Science DailyA new study on the behavior of water in cancer cells shows how methods usually limited to physics can be of great use in cancer research. The researchers ...
Scientists Develop New Laser That Can Find and Destroy Cancer Cells in the Blood  Live ScienceCancer cells can spread to other parts of the body through the blood. And now, researchers have developed a new kind of laser that can find and zap those ...
The open access wars: How to free science from academic paywalls  Vox.comHow librarians, pirates, and funders are liberating the world's academic research from paywalls.
Science Surgery: ‘How is skin cancer related to sun exposure?’  Cancer Research UK - NewsFor almost all skin cancers, the environmental carcinogen is sunlight, according to Professor Richard Marais. Here's how scientists uncovered the link.
Most of the World to Face Record-High Temperatures Every Year Without Serious Climate Action  Live ScienceWhen I say, "how about that heat wave," perhaps you think of the western United States, where temperatures last week soared above 120 degrees Fahrenheit ...
Huge, energetic outbursts can erupt from stars like our sun  Science NewsOlder stars, like the sun, can still send out massive bursts of energy that can be seen from light-years away.
The Cold War Project That Pulled Climate Science From the Ice  WIREDA top secret US nuke installation in Greenland was supposed to end with 600 missiles aimed at the USSR. Instead it opened the door to a huge breakthrough in ...
Dinosaur bones are home to microscopic life: Scientists didn't find ancient DNA or proteins in fossils, but they did find lots of strange microbes  Science DailyScientists went looking for preserved collagen, the protein in bone and skin, in dinosaur fossils. They didn't find the protein, but they did find huge colonies of ...
The Best Science Books To Read This Summer  Science FridayFrom historical nonfiction to graphic novels to poetry, we've got plenty of recommendations for science books.
It's unclear if quakes mean Russian volcano Bolshaya Udina may erupt  Science NewsSeismic rumbles beneath a long-dormant volcano on Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula could herald an imminent eruption, a team of scientists says. But other ...
Super Awesome Science Show: Ticked off by Lyme  Global NewsOn this episode of the 'Super Awesome Science Show,' we talk about what Lyme disease is, how it's spread and how you can avoid getting bitten by ticks that ...
Science-Themed Living Learning Communities Enjoy Successful Debut | Newsroom  UC Merced University NewsBy Kenneth Mashinchi, UC Merced. June 18, 2019. Members of the Carson House spent the day in Yosemite National Park to learn about concerns threatening ...
Type A blood converted to universal donor blood with help from bacterial enzymes  Science MagazineOn any given day, hospitals across the United States burn through some 16,500 liters (35,000 pints) of donated blood for emergency surgeries, scheduled ...
Watch an ant rip apart a spiderweb to rescue a sibling  Science MagazineAnts are famous for putting themselves at risk for the wellbeing of their colony, but desert harvester ants (Veromessor pergandei) are especially heroic.
Mutation of a bHLH transcription factor allowed almond domestication  Science MagazineThe domesticated almond tree has been feeding humans for millennia. Derivation from the wild, bitter, and toxic almond required loss of the cyanogenic ...
N.I.H. Head Calls for End to All-Male Panels of Scientists  The New York TimesFrancis Collins pledged to decline to speak at conferences that do not include enough women in prominent speaking roles.
House Democrats move to block part of Trump's fetal tissue policy  Science MagazineDemocrats in the U.S. House of Representatives moved today to block part of President Donald Trump's recent policy to restrict federal funding for studies that ...
Psychology Student Says He Has A Better Idea For Science Posters : Shots - Health News  NPRMike Morrison hardly looks like a revolutionary. He's wearing a dark suit and has short hair. But we're about to enter a world of conformity that hasn't changed in ...
Language wars: the 19 greatest linguistic spats of all time  The GuardianWords are ever evolving – but not without controversy. From creative applications of an apostrophe to the overuse of literally, what makes you rage?
Greensboro Science Center Unveils Next Stage Of Growth  Spectrum NewsGREENSBORO, N.C. -- As they approach the end of their 2005 Master Plan renovations, officials at the Greensboro Science Center are planning for the future.
Laser detects tumor cells in bloodstream, potentially improving melanoma screening and treatment  Science MagazineTumors release cells into the blood that can reveal that the cancer is growing and spreading to other parts of the body. Now, researchers have shown they can ...
This Odd Bacterium Appears to Protect Its Host From The Damaging Effects of Stress  ScienceAlertScientists have isolated a unique molecular pattern that might one day enable a 'stress vaccine' to exist for real – and they found it hidden inside a bacterium ...
Discovery and inhibition of an interspecies gut bacterial pathway for Levodopa metabolism  Science MagazineThe efficacy of l-dopa treatment for Parkinson's disease is hugely variable between individuals, depending on the composition of their microbiota. l-Dopa is ...
Scientists want to help restore Notre Dame, hoping to make new discoveries in the process  Science MagazineA month after the fire that ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, scientists and research bodies are getting organized to help restore the building—and ...
Many of the world's rivers are flush with dangerous levels of antibiotics  Science NewsIn a massive survey of rivers across 72 countries, researchers found antibiotics at 66 percent of 711 sites sampled. Many of the most drug-polluted waterways ...
Donald Trump Just Found Another Infuriating Way to Undermine Science  Mother JonesHe has done it again. President Donald Trump just found a new way to undermine science—and benefit industry—from the federal level. On Friday evening ...
Scientists are looking to space to get more earthquake data  QuartzOne of the best ways to figure out how to respond to the tremors deep inside our planet is to observe their effects from far away in outer space. Thanks to the use ...
Mystery of why arteries harden may have been solved, say scientists  The GuardianThe mysterious mechanism behind the hardening of arteries may have been solved, researchers have revealed, in a study that also suggests the first potential ...
Plantwatch: Britain’s ancient endangered rainforests  The GuardianIt may seem bizarre, but Britain has rainforests. These are temperate rainforests, far cooler than the hot steamy rainforests of the tropics, but just as wet and ...
This 3-million-year-old mouse just gave scientists the key to decoding ancient red pigments  Science MagazineFiguring out the colors of fossilized animals used to be complete guesswork—even in the rare finds containing bits of feathers, scales, or fur, the original hues in ...
Science fiction: Fictitious experiments in patents  Science MagazineAlthough it may surprise scientists, one can receive a patent in many jurisdictions without implementing an invention in practice and demonstrating that it works ...
Scientists discover infinite decay and rebirth in quantum particles  The Next WebA team of scientists recently determined certain quantum particles can regenerate after they've decayed. This has grand implications for the future of humanity, ...
5 Most Explosive Moments in ‘Breaking Bad’, Explained  Collider.comWe revisit the most explosive moments in the award-winning show, just a few examples of the fact-checking found in new "The Science of Breaking Bad" book.
Parkland School District students win multiple prizes at state science competitions  69News WFMZ-TVIt was a Tuesday evening for recognizing excellence in science and scientific invention for students in Parkland School District. Students from the district's middle ...
Evolving roles of scientists as change agents in science education over a decade: SFES roles beyond discipline-based education research  Science AdvancesTo what extent have positions for science education specialists as change agents within science departments persisted and evolved over the past decade?
Researchers strapped video cameras on 16 cats and let them do their thing. Here's what they found  Science MagazineScience chats with the researcher behind a new attempt to record cats when they're on their own.
Knotted cords may be the first evidence that Incas taxed goods  Science NewsSome knotted string devices point to crop levies imposed by the Incan empire, researchers say. But other khipus continue to evade description.
Study of marathon runners reveals a 'hard limit' on human endurance  Science MagazineAthletes who can run the equivalent of 117 marathons in just months might seem unstoppable. The biggest obstacle, it turns out, is their own bodies. A new study ...
The Bitter Truth: Scientists Sequence the Almond Genome  Scientific AmericanScientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...
WHO unexpectedly declines, again, to call Ebola outbreak a global emergency  Science MagazineIn a controversial decision, the World Health Organization (WHO) has again decided not to declare Africa's latest Ebola outbreak, which has killed more than ...
This psychologist explains why people confess to crimes they didn't commit  Science MagazineAt 16, Huwe Burton confessed to killing his mother. He was still in shock from discovering her body when New York City police began to interrogate him.
Rapid molecular evolution of pain insensitivity in multiple African rodents  Science MagazinePain alerts our bodies that something is amiss and typically we stop the pain-causing activity. Numerous species of plants and prey animals take advantage of ...
Greenland Was 40 Degrees Hotter Than Normal This Week, And Things Are Getting Intense  ScienceAlertIce is melting in unprecedented ways as summer approaches in the Arctic. In recent days, observations have revealed a record-challenging melt event over the ...
50 years ago, scientists wanted to build solar panels on the moon  Science NewsIn 1969, scientists proposed building solar panels on the moon to convert the sun's energy into electricity that can be used on Earth.
Terminated Emory researcher disputes university's allegations about China ties  Science MagazineA researcher terminated by Emory University in Atlanta for allegedly not disclosing funding and ties to institutions in China is forcefully disputing the charges.
Mysterious Artificial Islands in Scotland Are Thousands of Years Older Than We Thought  ScienceAlertIn the distant past of the northern British Isles, ancient humans didn't always dwell on dry land. Across Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, the foundations of ...
Almost all healthy people harbor patches of mutated cells  Science NewsEven healthy tissues can build up mutations, some of which have been tied to cancer.
ISEF categories and subcategories  Science News for StudentsThe categories listed below are those that will be used at the ISEF 2020. Local, regional, state and country fairs may or may not choose to use these new ...
Stoked on Science: Why didn’t the mountain ash bloom?  Revelstoke ReviewQuestion: I'm sure I'm not the only person in Revelstoke who has noticed the lack of blossoms on mountain ash trees. Last year the ash trees were just loaded; ...
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