The 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to (1st half) Saul Perlmutter of Berkeley and (2nd half) to Adam Riess and Brian Schmidt for their discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae … Continue reading
In our series comparing population growth for different sets of countries today we have a special: the new number 4, 5 and 6 of world populations – compared to the biggest decliner, set in the year 2031.
The scientific community can be a dog-eat-dog world, with many scientists vying for the same jobs and grants. The researcher going home with the price is often the one with the most publications in high-ranking. A study by the University … Continue reading
Today is September 14 2011, the day the Climate Reality Project makes a stand against the ‘new normal of climate denial.’ Over 24 times zones there will be 24 climate presentations in which public attention will be focused on the … Continue reading
Do you remember that flawed Himalayan glacier melting prediction? Here’s what is truly going on in the world’s highest mountain range – and yes, these figures are science-derived.
It first cost us thousands of words and various articles on cloud whitening geoengineering and presumed cloud climate feedbacks. But we feel these 8 Rembrandts might do a much better job at communicating some of the most confusing climate science:
What makes a product biobased? Could you answer this question? If not, you are not alone. According to Genencor Household Sustainability Index, over 60 per cent of surveyed American and Canadian consumers have not even heard of the term ‘biobased’.