As a leading agency observing and understanding environmental changes to Earth, NASA has joined the National Climate Task Force. President Joe Biden issued an executive order Jan. 27, which initially outlined details of the task force. The administration’s climate agenda outlines putting climate at the center of the country’s foreign policy and nationalContinue Reading

In a new blog after his January 19 presentation for Friends of Science, explaining why there is “no climate emergency,” Dr. Roy Spencer points out that Canada is 50% cooler than the warming model simulations. “Canada has huge year-to-year variability in temperatures due to its strong continental climate. So, toContinue Reading

A new report from scientists claim that asbestos could be a key factor in battling global warming, through the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2). The new article from Technology Review covers that work at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, analyzing the “most common form of asbestos, chrysotile, a serpentine mineralContinue Reading

Cleopatra was the last queen of Egypt, an icon of popular culture and one of the most elusive yet significant female figures in history. But who was the woman behind the prolific image? In an all-new Science Channel special, CLEOPATRA: SEX, LIES AND SECRETS, experts seek out the latest groundbreaking archaeologicalContinue Reading

During NEWS TALK with Brandon & Bob this week the topic of George Floyd’s murder case turned the autopsy results and the theory about excited delirium, a condition described this way: Excited delirium, (EXD) also known as agitated delirium, is a syndrome that presents with psychomotor agitation, delirium, and sweating. It mayContinue Reading

NASA estimates an asteroid larger than the Empire State Building is headed in Earth’s direction and expected to pass near our planet on Saturday. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) labeled the asteroid, officially named 163348 (2002 NN4), a “potentially hazardous asteroid” due to its predicted proximity to Earth, but it’sContinue Reading