The Inconvenient Truth was released less than a decade ago, but a lot has changed since Gore called attention to an issue that was, then, too easily ignored.
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NASA announced Tuesday that it has selected Boeing and SpaceX to transport astronauts to and from the International Space Station. In total, these contracts are worth $6.8 billion: $4.2 billion for Boeing and $2.6 billion for SpaceX.
If the idea of networking makes you nauseous, you’re not alone—and science backs up your disgust.
According to research out of the University of Toronto, professional networking feels icky for good reason. Relationships formed based on a career need, rather than for sincere friendship, trigger our moral disgust—linked, in turn, to physical feelings of uncleanliness. The researchers theorized that this visceral reaction makes us network less frequently, and less effectively.
The 60-foot asteroid will pass within 25,000 miles of our planet. But don’t worry, it wont hit us.
This is really happening: A swath of a U.S. state—and an entire culture—is about to be lost underwater.
“When college students were subjected to Michael Bay’s 2005 thriller The Island and others watched talk-show host Charlie Rose, Michael Bay-watchers wolfed down 98% more M&M’s, cookies, carrots, and grapes than the other students.”
Based on travel patterns logged in your phone, one model shows how disaster response teams can see whether you’ll flee to a shelter, a friend’s, or your mom’s house.
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An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.
"In a place where rainfall averages two inches a year, rocks are being shoved around by mechanisms typically seen in arctic climes."
Two cousins’ stroke of luck has provided the final evidence in solving a mystery of the Racetrack Playa that has long puzzled visitors and scientists: What mechanism moves rocks across flat dirt in the heart of the hottest, driest place on earth?
There’s nothing fashionable about the millions of tons of plastic trash fouling the earth’s oceans and littering her shorelines. But a revolutionary denim clothing line called G-Star RAW for the Oceans is bringing the ocean’s salvaged plastic debris, from algae-covered drink bottles to doll heads, center stage. The result is a denim line that not only helps clean up the world’s oceans and shorelines but also is desirable to customers, says the company’s chief marketing officer, Thecla Schaeffer.