• Burkina Faso Is Fighting Malaria — With Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

    • Date: 30/07/19
    • Public Radio International (PRI)

    Scientists hit a major turning point Monday in the small village of Bana in Burkina Faso — a west African country that experienced some 4,000 malaria deaths last year. They coated about 10,000 genetically modified mosquitoes in fluorescent dust and released them into the wild. Their purpose? To fight malaria.  It marks the first time that […]

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  • Will Solar Minimum Lead To Global Cooling?

    • Date: 20/07/19
    • Daily Express

    Cosmic rays are continuously getting stronger and that could mean Earth should brace itself for a deep solar minimum, scientists have warned. A decade ago, scientists noticed an all-time high in cosmic rays – rays which originate from deep space, not to be confused with solar rays which come from the Sun. Now, scientists have noticed […]

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  • Journal Criticised For Study Claiming Sun Is Causing Global Warming

    • Date: 17/07/19
    • New Scientist

    A high profile scientific journal is investigating how it came to publish a study suggesting that global warming is down to natural solar cycles. The paper was criticised by scientists for containing “very basic errors” about how Earth moves around the sun. The study was published online on 24 June by Scientific Reports, an open access journal […]

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  • New Science: Clouds And Solar Cycles Play Role In Climate Change

    • Date: 15/07/19
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    Scientists have barely scratched the surface of the task of recognising and modelling natural cycles of climate change. Sand deposits near the Gobi Desert in China may seem a strange place to look for evidence that cosmic rays can control how clouds are formed and the impact they have on Earth’s climate. But Japanese scientists […]

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  • Finnish Scientists: Effect of Human Activity On Climate Change Is Insignificant

    • Date: 15/07/19
    • Helsinki Times

    A new paper published by researchers form the University of Turku in Finland suggests that even though observed changes in the climate are real, the effects of human activity on these changes are insignificant. The team suggests that the idea of man made climate change is a mere miscalculation or skewing the formulas by the […]

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  • First They Came For Climate Sceptics

    • Date: 13/07/19
    • National Review

    Gender dissenter gets fired for his academic views Dr. Allan Josephson discusses academic freedom, child welfare, gender ideology, and the price he has paid for his principles. Allan M. Josephson is a distinguished psychiatrist who, since 2003, has transformed the division of child and adolescent psychiatry and psychology at the University of Louisville from a […]

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  • Doubling of New Coral in Sub-Tropics

    • Date: 11/07/19
    • Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences

    Corals are shifting away from equatorial regions, with the number of young corals declining in tropical reefs but increasing rapidly in more temperate regions. Coral reefs are retreating from equatorial waters and establishing new reefs in more temperate regions, according to new research in the journal Marine Ecology Progress Series. The researchers found that the number […]

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  • Breakthrough: Scientists Find Hard Evidence Cosmic Rays Influence Earth’s Climate

    • Date: 04/07/19
    • Kobe University, Japan

    New evidence suggests that high-energy particles from space known as galactic cosmic rays affect the Earth’s climate by increasing cloud cover, causing an “umbrella effect.” When galactic cosmic rays increased during the Earth’s last geomagnetic reversal transition 780,000 years ago, the umbrella effect of low-cloud cover led to high atmospheric pressure in Siberia, causing the […]

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