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Climate-Lit Australia Inferno

2020 opens for me with a heavy heart. This graphic compares familiar wildfire crises with what's happening in Australia now. image source…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

19 yesterday
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Understanding Less As Climate Worsens

The movie Idiocracy portrayed a benign future where the average IQ was very low. The sciences of climate change and human cognition suggest…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

4 Jan 1
Reply by jlaz

Alzheimer's Breakthrough

In a Phase 3 trial hydromethylthionine, a medication for mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease, was found to reduce the rate of brain atroph…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Dec 5, 2019

Pig pandemic

Quarter of all pigs worldwide could die from swine fever, animal health organization says Malaysia has banned Chinese pork products after f…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

7 Nov 10, 2019
Reply by Joan Denoo

Anxiety, fear, anger, and helplessness

A jet stream splits the US, http://view.emails.sierraclub.org/?qs=3328a41d82ac65498f25cfe2d8e42d7e17d687d11d1c5c935fd953e13eac3b75a2cfd6821

Started by Joan Denoo

4 Oct 18, 2019
Reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

Were Government Honest

For those of you who prefer plain English. source

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Oct 3, 2019
Reply by Grinning Cat

Why Did Trump EPA Approve Pesticide Linked to Brain Damage?

Science revealed that many of the products used in agriculture were developed during World War !! by the Germans and used as a weapon of wa…

Started by Joan Denoo

2 Aug 27, 2019
Reply by Plinius

Dental Hygiene Could Save Your Brain

A gum disease bacterium is associated with Alzheimer’s and other diseases, and not just by increasing inflammation. After oxygen-depleted p…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Aug 18, 2019

Is junk TV eating your brain?

Junky TV is actually making people dumber — and more likely to support populist politicians How often do you watch shallow "fun entertainme…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

32 Aug 10, 2019
Reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

Can Neil deGrasse Tyson Be Wrong?

He opens his 2017 book Astrophysics for People in a Hurry with this claim: In the beginning, nearly 14 billion years ago, all the space and…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

6 Aug 9, 2019
Reply by Michael Penn

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