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Researchers find few adverse health effects in wildlife exposed to low levels of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear accident – Watts Up With That?

Peer-Reviewed Publication COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY More than 10 years ago, the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami damaged the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant, resulting in a massive release of radioactive material into...

Does This Food Cause Cancer?

The internet is chock full of recommendations of what to add or remove from your diet to stave off cancer. Eat broccoli. Drink green tea. Cut sugar. Don’t overcook your food....

The Dyatlov Pass Incident Is A Macabre Mountaineering Mystery

Dyatlov Pass is located in Russia’s Ural Mountains. The Dylatov Pass incident refers to an “incident” in 1959 when a group of nine Soviet mountaineers met their demise under extremely bizarre...

Radiative energy flux variations from 2000 – 2020 – Watts Up With That?

Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. by Fritz Vahrenholt and Rolf Dubal The warming of the last 20 years has its essential cause in the change of the clouds. We have investigated the...

How do higher waves cause more ice clouds? Researchers claim expedition into arctic sea explains – Watts Up With That?

Scientists explain the peculiar interplay that exists between sea-ice decline, wave height, and ice cloud formation over the Arctic Peer-Reviewed Publication RESEARCH ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS Some of the most well-known and feared...

Dealing With Breast Cancer While Raising Children: 5 Ideas for Fun

Fun time with your family can give you a mood boost. But with breast cancer, you might want to make some changes.  The key: Keep it simple.“I always tell my patients, 'You...

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #469 – Watts Up With That?

The Week That Was: 2021-09-04 (September 4, 2021)Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org)The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: “America’s leadership must be guided by learning and reason.”  John...

Does It Protect Your Skin?

Your skin is the largest organ in your body. It's the outermost layer, and it protects all the other organs from danger. Some types of...
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