WASHINGTON — The Yale economist William D. Nordhaus has spent the better part of four decades trying to persuade governments to address climate change, preferably by imposing a tax on carbon emissions.
When Zlatan Ibrahimovic was injured Edinson Cavani restated his quality with goals in the Champions League, but now he is back playing second fiddle – and out of position At the beginning of the Ligue
Aerofex's hoverbike made a pretty big splash when the Californian company showed off its working prototype all the way back in 2012, but then it went eerily silent. Now, Aerofex has finally revealed a
It's hard to look at the US Army's latest helmet and not think of Halo, but the design does serve a purpose beyond gaming chic. Its latest "soldier of the future" concept would not only protect grunts
The intention had been to bury for ever some of the Provisional IRA's most uncomfortable secrets: the presence of informers close to the heart of the movement; the traitors who hailed from prominent republican
At some point, you've probably sat back and said "Couldn't we solve climate change and the broader energy crisis just by sticking solar panels to everything?" It's not a bad idea, mind, but the cost and
Twenty-five year-old Zachery Logsdon from Knoxville, Tennessee faked his own kidnapping earlier this month, when he texted his mother claiming that drug dealers would kill him if she didn’t give them $200
During a live KTLA report on the blazing wildfire in Southern California Wednesday, one interviewee took the opportunity to take care of business. "Wow, you're super pretty. Wanna go on a date sometime?"
LFO had it right, man. 1. We get to wear shorts. Shorts are like a wind tunnel for your balls. This is a godsend in the hottest months. 2. Women are closer to naked. Yes, I'm aware this sounds skeezy,
Yes, straight men sleep together. That’s according to a new study out of Britain on the changing social habits of heterosexual males. Published in the journal of Men and Masculinities in March, the study
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