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Second US Academic Arrested, Accused of Starting California Wild Fires – Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Dr. Willie Soon; The second US academic in two months, Alexandra Souverneva, has been arrested and accused of serial arson in California. Last month California Professor...

NASA Works to Give Satellite Swarms a Hive Mind – Watts Up With That?

From NASA Sep 1, 2021 Swarms of small satellites could communicate amongst themselves to collect data on important weather patterns at different times of the day or year, and from multiple angles. Such...

Half of Adults With ADHD Have Struggled With Alcohol, Drug Use

By Denise Mann HealthDay ReporterMONDAY, Aug. 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Fully half of all young adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may also battle alcohol or drug abuse.And folks...

How Should the Fed Deal With Climate Change?

Using a broader range of evidence from both the United States and Europe, two political scientists at the University of Connecticut, Lyle Scruggs and Salil Benegal, found that a decline in...

New lobbying group to advocate for cities amid potential windfall of federal infrastructure dollars

To advance federal policies that make cities more sustainable, equitable and innovative, several smart city organizations, companies and leaders...

‘The Worst Thing I Can Ever Remember’: How Drought Is Crushing Ranchers

TOWNER, N.D. — Darrell Rice stood in a field of corn he’d planted in early June, to be harvested in the fall and chopped up to feed the hundreds of cows...

Thirteen Things NOT to Do as a College Freshman

Freshman year of college is a crazy and exciting time in your life! You are finally living all on your own, likely in a new city or community where you don’t...

Increased snowfall will offset sea level rise from melting Antarctic ice sheet – Watts Up With That?

From PHYS.ORG by University of Bristol A new study predicts that any sea level rise in the world’s most southern continent will be countered by an increase in snowfall, associated with a warmer Polar...
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