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>"Ice cores drilled in Antarctica and Greenland have shown colossal volcanic eruptions during the Ice Age, with many of them bigger than any eruption in modern history. According to the University of Copenhagen physicists who were _...Read More_
>"Ice cores drilled in Antarctica and Greenland have shown colossal volcanic eruptions during the Ice Age, with many of them bigger than any eruption in modern history. According to the University of Copenhagen physicists who were _...Read More_
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>"The third law of physics states that for every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. The first law of thermodynamics is that energy is _...Read More_
>"The third law of physics states that for every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. The first law of thermodynamics is that energy is _...Read More_
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>"Indian historian Dipesh Chakrabarty explains “the planetary” and what it means for the future of humanity."
>"Indian historian Dipesh Chakrabarty explains “the planetary” and what it means for the future of humanity."
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How philosophy and design can change our relationship to nature
How philosophy and design can change our relationship to nature
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"A collection of tree seeds that went round and round the moon was scattered far and wide back home."
"A collection of tree seeds that went round and round the moon was scattered far and wide back home."
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"In Otherlands, palaeobiologist Thomas Halliday uses a mix of science and imagination to show us the weird and wonderful landscapes and life forms of the early Earth"
"In Otherlands, palaeobiologist Thomas Halliday uses a mix of science and imagination to show us the weird and wonderful landscapes and life forms of the early Earth"
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Waste is not merely a byproduct of culture: it is culture. We have produced a culture of waste. To focus our gaze on waste is not an act of morbid negativity; it is an act of cultural realism.
Waste is not merely a byproduct of culture: it is culture. We have produced a culture of waste. To focus our gaze on waste is not an act of morbid negativity; it is an act of cultural realism.
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>"An outbreak of avian flu has killed more than 5,000 migratory cranes in Israel, prompting authorities to declare a popular nature reserve off-limits to visitors and warn of a possible egg shortage as poultry birds are culled as a _...Read More_
>"An outbreak of avian flu has killed more than 5,000 migratory cranes in Israel, prompting authorities to declare a popular nature reserve off-limits to visitors and warn of a possible egg shortage as poultry birds are culled as a _...Read More_
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"In her 2014 Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Sixth Extinction, New Yorker writer Elizabeth Kolbert explored how humanity has driven scores of species to extinction. In her new follow-up, Under a White Sky, the journalist seeks solutions."
"In her 2014 Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Sixth Extinction, New Yorker writer Elizabeth Kolbert explored how humanity has driven scores of species to extinction. In her new follow-up, Under a White Sky, the journalist seeks solutions."
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It is 165 years ago now that scientist Eunice Foote discovered that increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would lead to global warming.
It is 165 years ago now that scientist Eunice Foote discovered that increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would lead to global warming.
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>"Reading Amitav Ghosh’s work these last few years, I’ve felt an eerily exciting sense of gratitude. Someone else out there—someone way smarter and more erudite than me—appeared to be chasing the sam…"
>"Reading Amitav Ghosh’s work these last few years, I’ve felt an eerily exciting sense of gratitude. Someone else out there—someone way smarter and more erudite than me—appeared to be chasing the sam…"
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"Because it hinges on who will accept blame for causing climate change, there’s never been so much at stake in the naming of a geological era."
"Because it hinges on who will accept blame for causing climate change, there’s never been so much at stake in the naming of a geological era."
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>"From devastating climate change to deadly pandemics, the challenges that kept our medieval ancestors awake at night weren’t so different from those preoccupying us today, says Dan Jones..."
>"From devastating climate change to deadly pandemics, the challenges that kept our medieval ancestors awake at night weren’t so different from those preoccupying us today, says Dan Jones..."
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"As all societies have their science, all societies have their myths. The problems start when we mistake our myths for physical or social science"
"As all societies have their science, all societies have their myths. The problems start when we mistake our myths for physical or social science"
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>"Who's responsible for this? Alice Bell's new book, "Our Biggest Experiment: An Epic History of the Climate Crisis," says it's complicated."
>"Who's responsible for this? Alice Bell's new book, "Our Biggest Experiment: An Epic History of the Climate Crisis," says it's complicated."