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Toronto Public Library Special Collections/Flickr
December 4, 2013

Scientists Re-Trace Steps of Great Antarctic Explorer Douglas Mawson

Geologist almost lost his life mapping unknown Antarctic regions in ‘the Edwardian equivalent of space travel’.

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Flickr/Wendy
December 2, 2013

How Do Meteorologists Fit into the 97% Global Warming Consensus?

A new study examines meteorologists, the global warming consensus, political ideology, and climate expertise.

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Australian Bureau of Meteorology
December 2, 2013

Australia Must Cut Emissions 40% by 2020 to Avoid “Dramatic Climatic Shifts”

Leading scientists and economists say a world on track for 4C warming will put Australia “under assault”.

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November 27, 2013

The Quest for a Super-Light Electric Bike Powered by Solar Panels

Is it a bike? Is it a part fallen from the International Space Station?

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Lenin
December 2, 2014

Science Says Your Baby Is a Socialist

Psychologist Paul Bloom discusses the moral lives of children.

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Delegates to the UN climate summit in Lima, Peru, listen to opening remarks this morning. Paolo Aguilar/ZUMA
December 1, 2014

Climate Negotiators Are Working on History’s Most Important Mad Lib

This week in Peru, delegates are creating the framework for a deal to fight global warming. Next year, they’ll fill in the blanks.

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Alexander Steinhof/Flickr
December 1, 2014

Will Obama Pull the Plug on Wind Energy?

The president has threatened to veto a tax package that includes a lifeline for wind.

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Eunika Sopotnicka /Shutterstock
December 1, 2014

Even Global Warming Can’t Convince Republicans That Global Warming Exists

Polling data suggests that even when the heat is on, political ideology outweighs facts.

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