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Astronaut John Glenn Dies At 95

John Glenn, the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth and former Ohio senator has passed away at the age of 95 on December 8, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio. The historic space feat occurred on February 20th 1962 when Mr Glenn was 40 years old. Mr Glenn was one of seven astronauts to board the … Continue reading Astronaut John Glenn Dies At 95

Environment/Nature/ScienceNews Dec 5, 2016 0 Comment.

Victory For Standing Rock Sioux As Dakota Access Pipeline Final Easement Is Denied

Standing Rock Sioux tribe has won on Sunday December 4, 2016 as the construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline is stopped by federal authorities, Huffington Post reported. The US Army Corps of Engineers has denied the final easement needed for the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross beneath Lake Oahe in North Dakota. The Army Corps … Continue reading Victory For Standing Rock Sioux As Dakota Access Pipeline Final Easement Is Denied

Environment/Nature/ScienceNewsThe White House Nov 25, 2016 0 Comment.

Rising Temperatures In The Artic May Prove To Be Catastrophic Globally

The Guardian reported that Artic scientists have found that accelerated melting of the ice cap is likely to cause 19 “tipping points” there that may lead to global catastrophe. Temperatures in the Artic are now 20°C above the norm for this time of year. The Artic warming could affect as far away as the Indian … Continue reading Rising Temperatures In The Artic May Prove To Be Catastrophic Globally

Environment/Nature/ScienceNews Aug 12, 2016 0 Comment.

“The Anthropocene”, Is It Real?

With so much question about whether one believes in science and the tremendous amount of evidence that global warming is quickly changing the earth, the term The Anthropocene has come to prominence to describe just what mankind and it’s rapid increase of population and consumption has done to the environment and nature of the planet Earth. … Continue reading “The Anthropocene”, Is It Real?