Fossil Collection

10 Dec 18
Geological Society of London blog

Throughout advent, we’re sharing some of our favourite entries to Earth Science Week photography competitions past and present – all of which feature the beautiful geology of the UK and Ireland. Check back each day for a new image!

10 Dec 18
Kurti Ahmedabad .com

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10 Dec 18
Eloquent Images by Gary Hart

Humans, we have a problem The climate is changing and the smoking gun is ours. Sadly, in the United States policy lags insight and reason, and the world is suffering. Climate change science is complex, with many moving parts that make it difficult to communicate to the general public. Climate change also represents a significant […]

10 Dec 18
Venom

papofglencoe: A/N: Modern AU Everlark. The next (and probably last, unless I have to split it in two) chapter of ATW has been a long time coming. Thanks to anyone still hanging tight on the story. And thanks to @jennagill for asking for a proof of life on it. Here’s a snippet, unbetaed and subject to […]

10 Dec 18

The Deutch Energy Tax https://ift.tt/2L6YPMy Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach At the suggestion of a commenter on my last post, I’m taking a look at a very destructive and pointless piece of proposed legislation. This is the “Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act“, which is subtitled “The Market-Based Climate Solution”. It’s proposed by Reps. Deutch […]

10 Dec 18
Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach At the suggestion of a commenter on my last post, I’m taking a look at a very destructive and pointless piece of proposed legislation. This is the “Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act“, which is subtitled “The Market-Based Climate Solution”. It’s proposed by Reps. Deutch (D), Rooney (R), Delaney (D), […]

10 Dec 18
KYROS INSTITUTE

As an environmental scourge that killed an estimated 1.24 million people in India in 2017, air pollution should be among the highest policy priorities. But the Centre and State governments have tended to treat it as a chronic malaise that defies a solution. The deadly results of official apathy are outlined in the Global Burden of […]

10 Dec 18
Watts Up With That?

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach At the suggestion of a commenter on my last post, I’m taking a look at a very destructive and pointless piece of proposed legislation. This is the “Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act“, which is subtitled “The Market-Based Climate Solution”. It’s proposed by Reps. Deutch (D), Rooney (R), Delaney (D), […]

10 Dec 18
Gabriel Paladino Ibáñez

New small shells for my collection: Marine • Haliotis cracherodii (San Diego, California, USA) • Distorsio perdistorta (Laguna, Brazil) • Trophon geversianus cancellada (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina) • Xymenopsis muriciformis (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina) Giant 43mm • Zonaria nigropunctata (Máncora, North Peru) Fossil: • Barycypraea caputviperae (?) (Central Java, Indonesia) Land • Cerion sp. (Pinar […]

09 Dec 18
Climate Collections

From BeefMagazine.com: By Amanda Radke | Dec 05, 2018   Good news — researchers have debunked the cattle and climate change myth! Check out the latest findings and share this blog post far and wide!   Cow burps are destroying the ozone layer — we’ve all heard that one, and frankly, it’s time for the […]

09 Dec 18
Polyphonic World

Scientific letters found a desirable audience in England during the late 17th century with the founding of the Royal Society of London for the Improvement of Natural Knowledge (commonly abbreviated as the Royal Society) (Walsh, 2013). Since that time, the Royal Society has provided a distinguished platform for the communication of scientific work. Its oldest […]

09 Dec 18
World Site News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMuseums including Washington’s Smithsonian have set out to digitally record fossils in their collection The bid to create a “global digital museum” has been welcomed by scientists, who say it will enable them to study valuable specimens that are currently “hidden” in museum drawers.Museums including London’s Natural…

09 Dec 18
World Site News

The Smithsonian in Washington DC holds some 40 millions fossils in its vast collection – but only a tiny fraction are ever on display. Now it is among the museums that have set out to digitally record the specimens, so the information is available online.Scientists say this could finally bring to light treasures that have…