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Amazon 'Prime Day' 2018: The Best Deals So Far

<i>This post was created by the Contributor in partnership with BestBlackFriday, which specializes in holiday season sales. The deals highlighted within this post were independently selected by the Contributor and if you buy something using one of these links, neither Forbes, the Contributor nor</i> …

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8 Genius Things Hidden on the Amazon Website

Turns out that on top of fast shipping and affordable pricing, if you're willing to spend some time digging through the navigational menu on the …

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6 Types of Knots Every Outdoorsman Should Know

Whether you’re tying your tent’s rainfly down in a nasty storm, lashing your kayak to a well-used roof rack, or making some on-the-trail gear …

Announcing The 2018 Tiny Desk Contest Winner

Nearly 5,000 entries from all 50 states and we had to pick just one! The competition rose to a new level this year, and the decision was harder than ever. Our judges looked at a vast array of music from every genre — and lots of music that couldn't be categorized. The creative community these days …

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Research finds runoff from melting glaciers is giving climate change a boost

Melting glaciers are one runaway symptom of global warming, but new research suggests that they might also be a contributing factor. Scientists have …

How farmers on the Great Plains are changing the local climate

<b>(Getty/JamesBrey)</b><p>New crop practices trap more carbon in the soil, increasing rainfall and adding profits<p>Ellen Stuart-Haëntjens<p>April 13, 2018 11:50pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on Massive.<p>For the past century, the world’s climate has rapidly warmed, spurred by a precipitous increase in …

Less Than One Degree Could Determine Ice-Free Arctic

A range of less than one degree Fahrenheit (or half a degree Celsius) of climate warming over the next century could make a significant difference to …

New videos show off iPad’s best tricks

Apple wants to make sure iPad users know how to work with two apps at once, and also how an Apple Pencil can mark up screenshots. A couple of new videos walk users through each of these quickly and simply.<p>The video are likely timed to benefit people buying the new iPad, the first budget iOS tablet …

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Understanding ocean currents: the giant conveyor belts of Earth

Much happens in the waters of this world that affects our lives on land. Beyond natural disasters like tsunamis and cyclones, there is some pretty …

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Sport<p>France play Croatia in the World Cup final at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday. Here is each team's path to the showpiece match.FranceGroup...<p>…

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Methane from permafrost melt more than thought

<b>A key source of a powerful greenhouse gas, methane emissions from permafrost, is producing much more than realised, scientists report.</b><i>LONDON, 31</i> …

Study Reveals that Nitrogen Fertilizers Deplete Soil Organic Carbon

URBANA - The common practice of adding nitrogen fertilizer is believed to benefit the soil by building organic carbon, but four University of …

Threatened blue carbon ecosystems store carbon 40 times faster than forests - Science News - ABC News

They can stink like fish and rotten eggs, breed swarms of mosquitos and lack the glamour of coral reefs. But mangroves, with other coastal habitats, …

Climate Change

Weird winter weather has scientists looking to the north pole

Temperatures in the Arctic could help drive extreme weather in the United States.<p>Last October, experts at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted a fairly mild winter for the United States. Though they were careful to hedge their bets (“maps show only the most likely outcome,” …

Ryan Zinke Blames Wind Turbines for Contributing to Global Warming

At the CERAWeek energy industry conference in Houston this week, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said he's "pro-energy across the board" but made it …

Teenagers Defeat Trump’s Move to Kill Climate Change Lawsuit

A group of 21 youths who accuse the U.S. government of failing for decades to properly address climate change defeated the Trump administration’s …

GUNTER: Climate change alarmists’ arguments don’t hold water

<i>By Lorne Gunter</i> On Saturday, and then again on Sunday, as I shovelled off the latest 20 cm of global warming that fell on our driveway and sidewalks, …

Hottest Arctic Ever? Arctic Climate Change Fairytales vs. Reality

Opinion<p>Posted: Mar 06, 2018 12:01 AM<p><i>The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not represent the views of Townhall.com.</i><p>This week, …

Spring comes earlier the farther north you go

For every 10 degrees north from the equator you move, spring arrives about four days earlier than it did a decade ago, a new study suggests.<p>This …

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Ancient carbon is coming from Arctic soil. It might be fine, but it might be terrible.

Scientists on Tuesday published new evidence that old or even ancient carbon, pulled out of the atmosphere and stored in the bodies of plants …

Why what we eat is crucial to the climate change question | Ruth Khasaya Oniang’o

Did you know that what’s on your plate plays a larger role in contributing to climate change than the car you drive? When most wealthy people think about their carbon footprint, or their contributions to climate change, they’ll think about where their electricity and heat come from or what they …

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Arctic Transformed into Alien Landscape in Surreal Climate Change Photo

The "browning" process has dramatically transformed the terrain.<p>Gone are the days when we could count on the Arctic landscape to be painted in shades …

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New study says ancient carbon is coming from Arctic soil and scientists are unsure of what it means

Scientists on Tuesday published new evidence that old or even ancient carbon, pulled out of the atmosphere and stored in the bodies of plants …

Clean energy won't happen, climate change will be bad: a contrarian perspective

The most recent detailed studies on the likely warming of Planet Earth are grim indeed, suggesting that we are collectively at "very high risk" for …

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World<p>North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may have been too busy visiting a potato farm to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Pyongyang's state …

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Actions today will decide Antarctic ice sheet loss and sea level rise | Dana Nuccitelli

A new study finds that waiting 5 extra years to peak carbon pollution will cost 20 cm sea level rise<p>A new study published in Nature looks at how much global sea level will continue to rise even if we manage to meet the Paris climate target of staying below 2°C hotter than pre-industrial …

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Polar bears keep thriving even as global warming alarmists keep pretending they’re dying

One powerful polar bear fact is slowly rising above the message of looming catastrophe repeated endlessly by the media: More than 15,000 polar bears …

These Ascend-1 wireless earbuds last six times longer than Airpods

popsci shop<p>Enjoy 30 hours of superior sound, now at 40 percent off MSRP.<p>Battery life is always a concern when you upgrade to wireless tech. But with their supplied case, the Ascape Audio Ascend-1 Truly Wireless Earbuds can keep going for 30 hours straight. What’s more, that playtime is filled with …

Scientists have detected an acceleration in sea level rise | John Abraham

Faster melting of ice sheets is speeding up sea level rise<p>As humans emit heat-trapping gases like carbon dioxide, the planet warms, and over time consequences become more apparent. Some of the consequences we are familiar with – for instance, rising temperatures, melting ice, and rising sea levels. …

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The terrifying phenomenon that is pushing species towards extinction

Scientists are alarmed by a rise in mass mortality events – when species die in their thousands. Is it all down to climate change?<p>There was almost something biblical about the scene of devastation that lay before Richard Kock as he stood in the wilderness of the Kazakhstan steppe. Dotted across the …

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