Dissolving Dungeness?

By Jim Steele, Published in Pacifica Tribune March 8, 2020 What’s Natural Like New England’s lobsters, savory Dungeness crabs are San Francisco and the northwest’s iconic seafood. While fisheries around…

Trump Reportedly Considers Using Taxpayer Cash To Prop Up Big Oil As Crude Prices Drop

From The Daily Caller Energy Trump Reportedly Considers Using Taxpayer Cash To Prop Up Big Oil As Crude Prices Drop Shawn Thew-Pool/Getty Images Chris White Tech Reporter March 10, 2020…

Climate change at Mount Rainier to increase ‘mismatch’ between visitors, wildflowers

University of Washington A subalpine meadow on Mount Rainier in the summer. Credit: Elli Theobald Spring is coming, and with it comes the promise of warmer weather, longer days and…

Origin of the Moon: New evidence in old rocks for Lunar impact theory

Guest “wishing I could have been Jack Schmitt” by David Middleton Earth Rocks and Moon Rocks Are More Different Than We ThoughtNew analyses of oxygen isotopes reveal terrestrial and lunar…

Rupert Darwall: Growth Will Be A Thing Of The Past If Businesses Choose ‘Net Zero’

From The GWPF Date: 07/03/20 Rupert Darwall, The Hill Investors more obsessed with climate than investor returns, who bully corporations into adopting net-zero business strategies, are doing more than destroying…

Bennu’s Boulders Shine as Beacons for NASA’s OSIRIS-REx

From NASA This summer, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will undertake NASA’s first-ever attempt to touch the surface of an asteroid, collect a sample of it, and safely back away. But since…