Stefany Crow

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Awesome fossil fuel burning is defying the past and defining the future

We're doing some pretty awesome things here in Australia as part of a global movement that is both history defying and future shaping.<p>Just to be clear though, when I say "awesome" I mean it in the context in which it's not often used these days.<p>This "awesome" is the one that might evoke fear and …

How Exactly Will We Move Away from Fossil Fuels?

Investors who have significant money tied up in the fossil fuel industry -- every pension and market fund, essentially -- are facing a massive risk. The logic, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA) and banks like HSBC, is this: as the world migrates away from carbon-based fuels, …

Grand Canyon May Be Older (And Younger) Than You Think

In recent years geologists have hotly debated the age of the Grand Canyon. Some think it's young (just 6 million years old), while others argue that it dates back 70 million years — to the days of dinosaurs.<p>Now one group says the Grand Canyon is neither young nor old. Instead, these geologists say, …

The Grand Canyon Is Younger Than We Thought

New research suggests that the Grand Canyon was mostly formed only 5 or 6 million years ago, much more recently than previously suspected.<p>A new study …

There She Blew! Volcanic Evidence Of The World's First Map

A new study of volcanic rocks suggests that an ancient mural may indeed depict an erupting volcano, adding new weight to a theory that this image is a contender for the world's oldest known landscape painting or map.<p>The mural was found at a vast archaeological site in central Turkey known as …

A Snapshot Of Earth's Exoplanet Neighbors [Infographic]

Earth looks like a small-fry here<p>There may be more Earth-like planets outside of our solar system than we once thought, but as this infographic from the great webcomic xkcd shows, we're still outnumbered by plenty--and plenty bigger--planets.<p>The infographic shows all exoplanets within 60 light …