The Answer May Be As Simple As Buy A Tesla Model 3. The global level for atmospheric CO2 reached an all time high of over 400 parts per billion in March of this year. The average temperature for the globe is going up each year with new record temperatures being set in locations around the […]

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Flint Michigan Also Has High Soil Lead Levels. I think that the entire world has heard about the disaster for Flint Michigan that has unacceptably high levels of lead in the cities drinking water right? However when it comes to lead contamination, the problem for Flint does not end with the water.

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Research Into Nanotubes That Assemble Themselves. Nanotechnology is a relatively new field for researchers and one that is quickly becoming very important for future improvements in everything from solar panels to clothing. While the science of nano or the very small may be new to us, it old technology for mother nature.

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New Research Into Premature Births Linked to Air Pollution. Have you ever heard the argument against clean energy adoption that it is just too expensive compared to fossil fuels? I am sure that you have but in reality this is not true as the real costs for using fossil fuels far out weigh the costs to […]

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The Flint Water Disaster Should Never Have Happened. Flint is facing one of the worst municipal water supply disasters ever recorded in modern history and the worst thing is that it was completely preventable. The news media is digging it to find who new what when and find scapegoats but honestly it was a failure […]

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Global CO2 Changing Seawater Chemistry. A new study, based on the most-extensive set of measurements ever made in tide pools, suggests that ocean acidification will increasingly put many marine organisms at risk by exacerbating normal changes in ocean chemistry that occur overnight.

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Transitioning Gitmo Into Something Better. President Obama, campaigned on the promise to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay Cuba ( Gitmo) and in February of this year, he reaffirmed his commitment to closing the facility. Assuming that there is the bipartisan political will to actually close Gitmo what in the world would it become afterwards?

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The World Learns of the Retirement of Astronaut Scott Kelly. October 2015, Commander Scott Kelly set the record for the total accumulated number of days spent in space by an American astronaut, 382. For the ISS year long mission, Kelly spent 340 consecutive days in space. On March 11, 2016, American Astronaut Scott Kelly announced his […]

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Robotics and Underwater Vehicles Explore the Next Frontier. We know more about portions of outer space than we do much of the world’s oceans. I mean, take a look at the amount of equipment and measuring devices that we have focused on space such as satellites and the Hubble space telescope and compare that to […]

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New Virtual Reality Research The Virtual Soldier Research Program at the University of Iowa has been awarded a $2.6 million grant from the Office of Naval Research to create a simulation program to predict and prevent musculoskeletal injuries in U.S. Marines–one of the leading medical problems impeding military readiness.

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