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Moving Up: Climate Change Forces Species to Higher Elevations
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Technology, animals, biodiversity, climate change, environment, global warming )

- 1904 days ago -
Mount Kinabalu on the island of Borneo is a major center of biodiversity. The large range of elevation creates unique habitat conditions from lower to higher elevations, leading to a rich diversity of life.
Milky Way As Massive As 3 Trillion Suns
Science & Tech  (tags: space, science, environment, astronomy )

- 1908 days ago -
Hey Andromeda, you'd better watch out. Turns out your little brother, the Milky Way galaxy, isn't so little after all. In fact, the Milky Way is just as massive, weighing in at the new estimate of 3 trillion suns, according to a new study...
9 Ways NASA Can Tackle Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, Scientists, Barack Obama, energy, environment, technology, research, climate, climate-change, globalwarming )

- 1910 days ago -
NASA could be one of the nation's most potent weapons in battling climate change. The space agency has conducted decades of research into weather, life-support systems and the atmospheres of other planets providing it with unique skills to address this...
Native Solar Power Lights Up U.S. Military!
Science & Tech  (tags: Indians, Native Americams, American Indians, US Military, US Government, americans, ethics, government, conservation, interesting, humans, environment, NewTechnology, technology, news, culture, society, interesting )

- 1916 days ago -
CROWNPOINT, N.M. -- Sacred Power, a Native owned and operated solar energy company, is joining up with Cyberlux to produce energy efficient products for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Super-Predators: Humans Force Rapid Evolution of Animals
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, environment, humans, study, animals, changes )

- 1918 days ago -
Acting as super-predators, humans are forcing changes to body size and reproductive abilities in some species 300 percent faster than would occur naturally, a new study finds.
Scientists Track Poverty's Links to Cognition
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, discovery, environment, GeneticEngineering, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, investigation, medicine, news, research, safety, science, scientists, society, study, world )

- 1918 days ago -
ATTENTION: "The brains of children who are living in poverty function differently from those of children living in better circumstances..." PLEASE CARE as poverty is quickly increasing~~~
The Hauraki Gulf - New Zealand
Science & Tech  (tags: nature, wildlife, water, environment )

- 1919 days ago -
The Hauraki Gulf is a coastal feature of the North Island of New Zealand. It has a total area of 4000 km², and lies between the Auckland Region, the Coromandel Peninsula, and the Hauraki Plains. Hauraki is Māori for North Wind.
Coal Ash Spill Reveals Risks, Lapses in Waste Regulation
Science & Tech  (tags: destruction, ecosystems, energy, environment, habitatdestruction, humans, politics, pollution, science, suffering, nature, wildlife, abuse, americans, children, culture, dishonesty, family, health, humans, disease, research, risks, energy, technology )

- 1922 days ago -
"The coal ash spill in Tennessee last month is putting a spotlight on whether the ash from 450 other power plants around the country could be contaminating the nation's drinking water supplies."
Who Owns Nature?
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, science, research, NewTechnology, interesting, discovery, business, GeneticEngineering, environment, habitat, health, investigation, technology, study, world )

- 1924 days ago -
ETC Group has released a 48-page report, "Who Owns Nature?" on corporate concentration in commercial food, farming, health and the strategic push to commodify the planet's remaining natural resources
Scientists Unlock Secrets of Australia's Giant 60-Pound Koalas
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, discovery, environment, interesting, news, research )

- 1925 days ago -
Thousands of years ago, giant versions of Australia's unique wildlife stalked the continent: kangaroos 10 feet tall and enormous wallabies, wombats and 60 lb. koalas. Do they still exist? Explored in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Marine Scientists Find Unknown Sea Creatures
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, environment, habitat, Antartica, sea creatures )

- 1945 days ago -
In deep icy waters beneath Antarctica, scientists found bulbous tunicates, an underwater animal, and colonies of newly-discovered creatures believed related to starfish and other marine creatures.
Forestry Commission Tracks Its Carbon Emissions Using New IT System
Science & Tech  (tags: computer, environment, technology, interesting )

- 1946 days ago -
The Forestry Commission, the Government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain's forests and woodlands, is measuring its carbon emissions using COA Solutions' Employee Expense Management (EEM) system.
Beaked Whales , A Myserious Deep Water Species
Science & Tech  (tags: whales, wildlife, habitat, environment, extinction, research, science )

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- 1948 days ago -
Recent studies have shown that the beaks of Beaked Whales which are thought to be competition between males, actually evolved thorugh Sexual Selection. Very little is known about these mysterious beings of the deep
New Giant Toothless Pterosaur Species Discovered
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, discovery, investigation, scientists, research, science, archaeology, environment )

- 1958 days ago -
A researcher at the University of Portsmouth has identified a new species of pterosaur,the largest of its kind to ever be found.It represents an entirely new genus of these flying reptiles that ruled the skies 115 million years ago.The finding is >>>
Sun's Magnetic Field May Impact Weather And Climate: Sun Cycle Can Predict Rainfall Fluctuations
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, research, science, environment, space, study, scientists, interesting, climate, history )

- 1958 days ago -
The sun's magnetic field may have a significant impact on weather and climatic parameters in Australia and other countries in the northern /southern hemispheres.According to a study in Geographical Research,the droughts are related to the solar magnetic>>

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