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Johann Hari of The Independent is praying for the global warming deniers to be proven right, but asks why others are prepared to take a 50:50 gamble on the habitability of the planet.
An enzyme in human blood that enables our lungs to exhale carbon dioxide could be “the key to isolation carbon dioxide emissions from coal plants” in order to safely store them, scientists claim.
Providing birds with seed can affect the evolution of our feathered friends according to research by European scientists – and could lead to the formation of new species.
Senator John McCain is urging elderly Americans to chop up their AARP membership cards and mail them to the organization which he claims is betraying them by supporting healthcare reform.
Sarah Palin has jumped on the Obama “birth heritage” bandwagon by declaring that the legitimacy of the American president’s birth certificate is a “rightful” issue and “fair game”.
The city that never sleeps is also the city that forever changes, making its future notoriously impossible to predict. Recently a number of our experts tried anyway, gazing into their […]
Last night officials began “chemotherapy treatment for the Great Lakes” when it began poisoning sections to do away with the invasive Asian carp.
Archaeologists in Cyprus have discovered a 10,500-years-old water well that contains the skeleton of a young woman.
More than 2,700 unmarked graves containing 3,000 bodies have been found in the Indian-administered Kashmir Valley, according to a human rights group.
Honeybee researchers have discovered that the insects release a deadly odor that shortens the lifespan of their family members – usually their sisters.
Engineers have developed a new substance by embedding liquid metal in a flexible substrate – and so created flexible, self-healing liquid metal.
A whistleblower who exposed the torture of protestors in Iranian jails has died after being poisoned by a delivery salad laced with blood pressure medication, fuelling fears that he was murdered.
While others struggle to combat the aging process, Dr. Leonard Guarente, director of MIT’s Institute on Aging, seeks to understand it. A forty-year veteran of the university, he is best-known […]