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The Plastic Myth and the Misunderstood Triangle

Of all the plastics we've ever produced, only 9 percent has been recycled. So what happened to all that plastic you've put in the...

Ground-Breaking Discovery Proves Rain Can Move Mountains

The dramatic effect rainfall has on the evolution of mountainous landscapes is widely debated among geologists, but new research led by the University of Bristol and...

Why This Is the Cleanest Village in India

When one speaks of India, one of the images that often comes to mind is the slums and the overall dirt that seem to...

Unprecedented Energy Use Has Transformed Humanity’s Geologic Footprint

A new study makes clear the extraordinary speed and scale of increases in energy use, economic productivity, and global population that have pushed the...

Will China’s Climate Goals Actually Succeed?

In September, Chinese President Xi Jinping surprised the world with his speech at the UN General Assembly where he pledged to make China reach...

Maple Trees Can Protect You From UV Harm

The Crimson King maple tree is known to be one of the best ornamental and shade trees you can have in your yard. Recent...

How the Persian Gulf Is Being Taken Over By China’s Fishing Trawlers

In the past decade, Chinese fishing vessels have aggressively expanded their activities to the waters of other nations so as to catch enough fish...

Major Wind-Driven Ocean Currents Shifting Toward the Poles

The severe droughts in the USA and Australia are the first sign that the tropics, and their warm temperatures, are apparently expanding in the...

Why China’s Epic Midsummer Snow Freaked Out the CCP

In June, the Chinese regime got scared of a rather unique weather phenomenon. At a time when China was in the midsummer season, midsummer...

Study Reveals Soil Is a Significant Carbon Sequestration Driver

As harmful atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continue to increase, understanding the planet's carbon balance is increasingly important. A new report by U.S. National Science Foundation-funded...

Researcher Investigates the Most Lethal Volcanic Phenomena

Like many who grew up in East Germany, Dr. Gert Lube always yearned to travel and explore different places. Ten years after the fall...

Lightning Causes a Huge Fireball in China

Citizens of the Chinese city of Shenyang were shocked recently when a massive fireball seemingly erupted out of nowhere, triggering panic among the public....

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Explore Lithuania: The City of Vilnius

Vilnius is the capital city of Lithuania. It is also the largest city in the country and has a population in excess of 587,500....

Parler CEO Lashes Out at Big Tech for Censoring Content

John Matze, the CEO of social media platform Parler, recently lashed out against Big Tech like Twitter and Facebook, saying that the censorship activities...

Waste Fishing Gear Threatens Ganges Wildlife

Waste fishing gear in the Ganges River poses a threat to wildlife including otters, turtles, and dolphins, new research shows. The study says entanglement in...

China Using LinkedIn to Recruit Spies

The Chinese government is using LinkedIn profiles to hire spies, says James Olson, who has spent 30 years working for the CIA and is...