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The Ocean Is Running Out of Breath, Scientists Warn
Environment  (tags: oxygen, oceans, ocean oxygen, ocean oxygen depletion, ocean oxygen loss, Oxygen level drop, ocean oxygen levels, ocean oxygen level drop )

Steven L
- 24 days ago - scientificamerican.com
Widespread and sometimes drastic marine oxygen declines are stressing sensitive speciesâEUR"a trend that will continue with climate change. In the past decade ocean oxygen levels have taken a dive
Australia Experiences Hottest Summer on Record
Environment  (tags: 2 degree limit, climate-change, Sustainabililty, globalwarming, Heat records, seasonal records, Austraila, Australia climate record, Australia global warming, warmest day, prolonged heatwave, heatwave, Austalian heatwave, drought )

Steven L
- 24 days ago - bbc.com
The warm weather, 2.14C above the long-term average, caused bushfires, blackouts and a rise in hospital admissions. Hundreds of individual heat records were shattered across the country over the past three months.
Science Says: Get Used to Polar Vortex Outbreaks
Environment  (tags: north pole, polar vortex, extreme cold, cold weather, Artic warming, Frigid Polar Vortex, displaced cold air, Arctic climate change, climate change, global warming, atmospheric pressure, Sustainabililty )

Steven L
- 55 days ago - apnews.com
It all started with misplaced Moroccan heat. Last month, the normally super chilly air temperatures 20 miles above the North Pole rapidly rose by about 125 degrees (70 degrees Celsius), thanks to air flowing in from the south.
World of Walls: How 65 Countries Have Erected Fences on Their Borders âEUR" Four Times as Many as When the Berlin Wall Was Toppled
Society & Culture  (tags: walls, the wall, borders, security, migration, migration control, illegal immigration, Globalisation, climate change, global warming, climate refugees, global warming refugees, barrier, border wall, border barrier, closed borders, border security )

Steven L
- 74 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Globalisation was supposed to tear down barriers, but security fears and a widespread refusal to help migrants and refugees have fuelled a new spate of wall-building across the world, with a third of the world's countries constructing them
India Scientists Dismiss Einstein Theories
Society & Culture  (tags: fake news, religion, extremism, scientific theories, science, culture, propaganda, education, philosophy, truth, fact, Pseudoscience, Hindu text, hinduism, Religious Right, bias, Hindu nationalist, nationalism, racism, mythology )

Steven L
- 77 days ago - bbc.com
Scientists in India have hit out at speakers at a major conference for making irrational claims, including that ancient Hindus invented stem cell research. Some academics at the annual Indian Science Congress dismissed the findings of Isaac Newton and
Building Blocks of Ocean Food Web in Rapid Decline as Plankton Productivity Plunges
Society & Culture  (tags: environmental collapse, Phytoplankton, zooplankton, oxygen production, oxygen you breath, food chain, biomass, ocean ecosystem, fishermen, fisheries, seafood, starvation, food web, food web disruption, human arrogance, no free lunch )

Steven L
- 92 days ago - cbc.ca
Phytoplankton and zooplankton that live near the surface are the base of the ocean's food system. Everything from small fish, big fish, whales and seabirds depend on their productivity.
Deadly Weather: The Human Cost of 2018s Climate Disasters Visual Guide
World  (tags: co2, climate change, weather, weather events, global warming, weather events atlas, weather events map, global climate, corruption, human rights, forced migration, refugees, economic collpase, food supply, life expectancy, 2018 weather events )

Steven L
- 94 days ago - theguardian.com
Here is a global calendar of this years major disasters. Scientists say these types of event are becoming more frequent and intense as emissions rise . The map shows the scale of the human impact, from January to the end of Novembe
US Ballistic Missile Systems Have Very Poor Cyber-Security
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: US ballistic missile systems, ballistic missile, US defense, cybersecurity, cyberwar, nuclear war, Missile Defense Agency, corruption, military, military defence, phishing, multifactor authentication, computer vulnerabilities )

Steven L
- 98 days ago - zdnet.com
No data encryption, no antivirus programs, no multifactor authentication mechanisms, and 28-year-old unpatched vulnerabilities are just some of the cyber-security failings described in a security audit of the US' ballistic missile system
Slow-Motion Ocean: AtlanticâEUR(TM)s Circulation Is Weakest in 1,600 Years
Society & Culture  (tags: snow, weather, severe weather, severe storms, climate change, ocean temperature, weather patterns, North Atlantic current, Gulf Stream, AMOC, climate models )

Steven L
- 98 days ago - scientificamerican.com
The grand northward progression of water along North America that moves heat from the tropics toward the Arctic has been sluggish. potentially help lock in colder winter conditions over the eastern U.S.
 
 
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