• phys.org | 2/5/2019 | Staff
    Horizontal and vertical laser induced periodic Surface structures (LIPSS) generated with ultrashort pulse lasers. Credit: © Santiago Miguel Olaizola, CEIT. Across six decades, scientists and...
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  • phys.org | 1/17/2019 | Staff
    From high winds and heavy rainfall to droughts and plummeting temperatures, people in Europe have already begun to feel the effects of extreme weather. As we get used to this new reality, scientists...
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  • Popular Science | 12/17/2018 | Staff
    Education can go a long way in protecting people from natural disasters like tsunamis. Meanwhile, taking other steps to protect city shorelines, like installing seawalls, could actually put more...
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  • realclimatescience.com | 9/14/2018 | Staff
    The theory that the moon is made of cheese, is more defendable than the theory CO2 causes extreme weather – because cheese is visible and bears some similarity in appearance to the moon.
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  • realclimatescience.com | 8/14/2018 | Staff
    Five weeks later, the city was destroyed by a hurricane. Imagine the climate hysteria and superstition if this happened now. Just another lovely day in San Luis Potosi, Mexico....
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  • WIRED | 5/17/2018 | Robbie Gonzalez
    Among the (many, many) things you probably do not know about juggling is the fact that it is, at times, a physically grueling act. It's something I certainly failed to appreciate before meeting Alex...
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