New research sheds light on Ebola’s destructive spread during the West African epidemic.
Archive for Category: "SCIENCE"
Only the most gullible readers will fall for the Journal’s latest antiscience op-ed. Everyone else needs to call them out.
For many coastal cities, the only choice is adapting to the encroaching seas.
When was the turning point in American politics on the issue of climate change? 2009.
Chief meteorologist Chad Myers no longer doubts anthropogenic climate change.
Embark on a guided tour of a black hole to learn the genius behind Einstein’s lasting ideas.
Far from a challenge for climate science to overcome, the cold snaps in recent years across the northeastern US are predictable downstream effects of a warming world.
If you endorse GMOs, get the science straight, urges Massimo Pigliucci.
Contrarians who pin their criticism on specific individuals rather than concepts and evidence miss the forest for the trees by presuming that discrediting the former will tear down the latter.
Perfect for lavatories and coffee tables, Physics in Minutes offers up accessible descriptions of the physical principles which govern the Universe and everything within it.
In this wondrously metaphysical memoir, Jim Holt takes us from Nothingness to Being, and back again.
The EPA finalized new requirements this week limiting the use of HFCs, a class of synthetic chemicals that contribute to climate change.