Friday, July 1, 2022
Intense heat that baked Kansas over the weekend is being blamed for killing thousands of cattle — a toll documented in striking images on social media.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SDURGZ3jPA"The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is aware of at least 2,000 cattle...
The Anthropocene is the name scientists proposed to give to the present epoch in Earth’s history, one that is driven by human impacts like climate change. In their study, theoretical physicist Professor Orfeu Bertolami of the University of Porto...
There are a million ways to die in New York City but drowning in a rainstorm is not something many New Yorkers have ever worried about.That changed last September when the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit the Big Apple, unleashing...
Evacuations have begun on the Azore Island of Sāo Jorge (Sao Jorge) in the Atlantic where more than 12,000 earthquakes have rocked the region in the last week. With ground deformation indicated and measured by Earth observing satellites, it...
Hundreds of yellow-headed black birds swarmed together over the Mexican state of Chihuahua before they suddenly fell out of the sky, leaving the streets covered with dozens of dead birds. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUQb-weg2lMSecurity footage shows the birds circling a house en masse...
Flooding along U.S. coasts is expected to be a worse problem starting in the 2030s due to the combination of a “wobble” in the moon’s orbit and rising sea levels resulting from climate change, according to a new NASA...
Last weekend’s undersea volcanic explosion near Tonga devastated the island nation and sent small tsunami waves to Washington’s ocean coast. Those waves took about 12 hours to reach the state and gave residents plenty of time to prepare if...
A new paper from an assistant professor at the University of California, Irvine details the potential effects that a solar superstorm could have on our heavily internet-reliant world. The conclusion? A particularly strong solar storm could have devastating effects on undersea...
By SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer(AP) — Warming of the Arctic caused by climate change has increased the number of polar vortex outbreaks, when frigid air from the far north bathes the central and eastern United States in killer cold,...
The water levels of the Paraná river, the second-longest in South America after the Amazon, are at their lowest since 1944.The river is key to commercial shipping and fishing but also provides 40 million people with drinking water.A drought...

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