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Today’s thread is a follow-on to “Why moving dedicated HSR funds to California rail ‘bookends’ projects is a bad idea.
Excess heat given off by smartphones, laptops and other electronic devices can be annoying, but beyond that it contributes to malfunctions and,
The vaginal microbiome is believed to protect women against Chlamydia trachomatis, the etiological agent of the most prevalent sexually
Do birds have a sense of smell? According to new research from Amber Rice, chickadees do, and odor might play a role in mate selection among
The benefits of organic foods, from sustainable production to improved health, are generally accepted. And so is their greater cost. At a
New research published this week in JAMA Oncology, which includes contributions from a Baylor University undergraduate researcher, has found a
Leaky pipelines cannot excuse The vileness of your touch As it seeps malevolently From its ancient, grainy prison; Your eccentric composition
Fortunately, the news is mostly good: Greenhouse gas emissions in California fell. Transportation is one trouble spot, however – the main
Beta-amyloid plaques, the protein aggregates that form in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients, disrupt many brain functions and can kill neurons.
Colorado adopts California zero-emissions vehicle mandate
Touring Trollworks Biochar Plant
Javid unveils £600m boost for five projects
Scientists Astonished After Finding Microplastics In Arctic Snow
Iranian tanker sought by US heads to unknown destination
Conservatives rail against New York Times project on America’s sordid slave