The March for Science date has been set for April 22, 2017 — also known as Earth Day. The main march will be in Washington D.C., with satellite marches around the country and the world.
Want to follow scientific updates as they’re published by U.S. government agencies? That might be a problem, as the new President has informed said agencies to button their lips. Fortunately, unofficial (rogue) government science agencies are keeping the news flowing on Twitter. Here is the list of those Twitter accounts.
According to size differences in brain structure, neuroscientists can correctly predict whether a person is Conservative or Liberal – 71% of the time! Psychiatrist Gail Saltz explains what is known about this scientific finding, and gives tips for Liberals talking to Conservatives and Conservatives talking to Liberals.
Thom Hartmann reports the Science & Green News for May 9, 2016. The news stories covered include: Our oceans are slowly suffocating. Philadelphia is promoting vertical and urban farming. The Zika Virus is coming to the United States and we are unprepared to handle it. An international team […]
Originally posted on Climate Denial Crock of the Week:
More please. Aradhna Tripati, who assures us, above, she is not fucking with us, is one of my favorite interviews ever.. Here she is from 2013: Below, Tripati on undersea Methane: And here she is in the company of…
Thom Hartmann reports the Science & Green News for April 19, 2016. The covered topics include… The U.S. is unprepared for a major Zika Virus outbreak. Greenland’s ice sheet is in a red-alert meltdown. Scientists confirm their consensus on climate change. Heartburn drugs cause kidney damage. Urban vegetation benefits your health.
Thom Hartmann presents the Science & Green News for April 11, 2016. Topics include… The hefty price tax-payers already pay for the cost of dirty fossil fuel energy… A newly-discovered microbe that can breakdown plastic waste… Health risks due to climate change are a huge cause for concern… Conservation biologists suggest that natural parasites make…
Thom Hartmann covers the weekly science and green news. The 4/4/16 topics include: The U.S. Geological Service (USGS) published an induced earthquake hazard map. Think Progress: “The Netherlands’ New Dietary Guidelines Take Meat Off The Menu“ The U.N. begins environmental treaty negotiations to protect marine resources Scotland is officially coal-free. Genetically-pure Bison return home to the Blackfeet Nation.