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Financial Administration Act

Copyright (c) Queen's Printer,<br>Victoria, British Columbia, Canada<p><b>License</b><b><br>Disclaimer</b><p>This Act is current to May 9, 2018<p>See the Tables of Legislative …

Compensation and Disaster Financial Assistance Regulation

Copyright (c) Queen's Printer,<br>Victoria, British Columbia, Canada<p><b>License</b><b><br>Disclaimer</b><p>B.C. Reg. 124/95<br>O.C. 310/95<p>Deposited March 31, 1995<p><b>This</b> …

West Pacific Basin Typhoon & Tropical Storm Center - Hurricane 2018

As of Tuesday morning, EDT, there are no tropical cyclones in the western Pacific Ocean basin, and none are expected to develop for at least the next …

Notorious B.I.G + The xx - A Juicy Intro (Ha! Yes Remix)

NOAA climate feud: Pursuit of scientific truth vs. public accountability

The standoff between federal climate scientists and a senior House Republican over a groundbreaking global warming study is exposing an emerging tension over government research: the freedom to pursue scientific truth vs. the public’s right to know what is being done with taxpayer money.<p>The flash …

El Nino indicator hits record high, adds to weather risks: NOAA | Reuters

CHICAGO (Reuters) - A key indicator for the strength of El Niño has reached a record high, the U.S. weather agency said, adding to signs that a weather pattern known for causing extreme droughts, storms and floods could become one of the strongest ever.<p>Secretary-General of World Meteorological …

Scientists hold their ground against Rep. Smith's NOAA subpoena

As the debate between climate scientists and Rep. Lamar Smith builds, the scientific community still agrees that the peer-reviewed data is legitimate.<p>…

Scientific Journal Rejects Climate Skeptic's Accusations About NOAA Study

After Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) last week said that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) rushed the publication of its June …

Climate Change

NOAA’s climate change science fiction

<b>ANALYSIS/OPINION:</b><p>The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is the nation’s leading collector of climate data. Every day, NOAA …

GOPer Lamar Smith Accuses NOAA Of Ignoring Data In Climate Study

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) last week hurled another accusation at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in an attempt to discredit …

Climate Change

Using Satellites to Predict Malaria Risk

Mosquito nets, indoor insecticides, and drug treatments have traditionally been the go-to weapons in the fight against malaria. More recently, …

NOAA Weather Satellite Breaks Up in Orbit

LONDON — A U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite retired in 2014 has suffered an apparent breakup, the second time in less …

Scientists keep rallying around NOAA chief in climate feud, telling her, ‘stay firm against bullying tactics’

<i>This post has been updated</i><p>Scientists keep rallying behind Kathryn Sullivan, the federal official on one side of a two-month standoff with a senior House Republican over a groundbreaking climate change study.<p>On Monday, the chief of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration received a …

Scientists Stand By NOAA Administrator Who Refuses To Hand Over Emails To Congress

Climate scientists unite against Lamar Smith's "bullying tactics"<p>Everyone wants to read other people's emails now. From the Sony Hack to the Clinton emails, there is huge interest in the words pouring between people electronically.<p>Tussles over political or entertainment emails make headlines, but …

Paris Talks While Carbon Burns

As diplomats in Paris began one of their last days to ink a climate treaty, something symbolic took place on the Bloomberg Carbon Clock, that …

The Week in Review: Climate Change on the World Stage

One hundred fifty world leaders met in Paris this week to kick off two weeks of negotiations around climate change at The United Nations Conference on Climate Change (UNFCCC). If a deal is reached, it would be the strongest agreement in history to address greenhouse gas emissions. Negotiators from …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of November 30, 2015)

The worst mass shooting in almost three years was carried out this week in San Bernardino, California. Fourteen people lost their lives in the attack, the motives for which are still under investigation. Read the latest below, as well as the other biggest news stories of the week.<p><b>1.</b> F.B.I. Treating …

The Week in Review: Trump’s Controversies & Rising Poll Numbers

Real estate mogul and 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump led newscasts, web pages, front pages, press conferences and pundit discussions throughout this week, first for his call to ban Muslims from entering the U.S., then for the onslaught of criticism he received, and finally when his …

700 HP Audi RS6 Avant Challenges Stock Aventador

What are the chances of a pumped-up family estate defeating one of the world’s fastest accelerating and most powerful supercars? Well, it depends. <br>In …

Exxon Mobil under state investigation over climate change research

Oil and gas giant Exxon Mobil is the target of a new state investigation that seeks to determine whether the company deliberately misled the public about the risks of climate change. <i>The New York Times</i> reports that New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman issued a subpoena to the company on …

Watch NASA Test A Rocket Engine That Could Fuel Up On Other Planets

Let 'er rip!<p>Methane is a potent greenhouse gas that we're all very worried about here on Earth. But up in space? That's a whole different ballgame.<p>Unlike liquid hydrogen, which is the fuel of choice for today's rockets, methane is more stable, can be stored safely at higher temperatures, and is …

Space Exploration

Should Human Stem Cells Be Used To Make Partly Human Chimeras?

An intense debate has flared over whether the federal government should fund research that creates partly human creatures using human stem cells.<p>The National Institutes of Health declared a moratorium in late September on funding this kind of research. NIH officials said they needed to assess the …