The Earth Has a Pulse: 27.5-Million-Year Cycle of Geological Activity Discovered

They found that these global geologic events are generally clustered at 10 different timepoints over the 260 million years, grouped in peaks or pulses of roughly 27.5 million years apart.…

Some corals do well in warmer waters – researchers ask how

From the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (UK) How do corals survive in the hottest reefs on the planet? Coral reefs are predicted to decline under the pressure of global warming.…

Note to Scientific American's Bora Zivkovic: "If you want to practice censorship, at least learn to spell the name of this blog correctly"

I found this humorous. h/t to Andrew Revkin. Over at Scientific American, Bora Zivkovic writes about Why the NYTimes “Green Blog” Is Now Essential Andrew Revkin of the NYT  found…

Weak solar convection – approximately 100 times slower than scientists had previously projected

From New York University:  Researchers create ‘MRI’ of the sun’s interior motions A team of scientists has created an “MRI” of the Sun’s interior plasma motions, shedding light on how…

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