Saturday, July 2, 2022
Antarctica's so-called Doomsday Glacier is losing ice at its fastest rate in 5,500 years, raising concerns about the ice sheet's future and the possibility of catastrophic sea level rise caused by the frozen continent's melting ice.The finding comes from...
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 icy continent is home to some 5,000 scientists around the year who study the unspoilt region to learn more about the Earth’s history and the effects of climate change. Its barren landscape gives them access to a unique habitat where...
Southern California is imposing mandatory water cutbacks as the state tries to cope with the driest conditions it has faced in recorded history. Starting Wednesday, about 6 million people in parts of Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Ventura counties...
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...
On Monday, a bright orange glow bathed the streets of Kuwait City, like a wildfire without flames. In Tehran, the tip of the Milad Tower, the tallest structure in the city, could barely be seen. In Mosul, Iraq, a...
Over the weekend, residents of Zhoushan, China, observed mysterious blood red skies, causing them to worry. Videos show a crimson sky over the port city, as well as largely owing of fog. As per reports, the sky is perhaps...
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...
The dinosaurs would have experienced "hell on earth" on the day the asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago, paleontologists have found.In a new documentary, Dinosaur Apocalypse from NOVA—narrated by David Attenborough— lead paleontologist Robert DePalma and his team discover a...
Experts have warned that parts of Eastern Antarctica have recorded bizarrely high temperatures this week, more than 30 degrees Celsius above normal. According to Etienne Kapikian, a meteorologist from France-Meteo, the Concordia research base at Dome C of the Antarctic, which is at...

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