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Ocean Acidification: A Global Case of Osteoporosis

That may not sound like ... change the ecology of the sea as we now know it, in ways that could potentially be devastating.” Osteoporosis Under the Sea Most vulnerable to the assault of higher acidity ... read more

Algae, seaweed discolor Florida waters and beaches

Tourism ... mounds of seaweed known as sargassum have been pushed ashore by strong winds and ocean currents, dulling the water and coating beaches. Experts say the seaweed itself is not harmful, but i... read more

Tracking the Storm

The storm dumped what may well be a record amount of heavy, wet snow in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. “Our average snowfall for the month of October is two inches, and now here we ... of se... read more

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How can anything rival the threat of climate change?

And item three, Climate scientists say they're shocked ... slow descent into the threatening unknown of a four degrees warmer world then they would probably give the issue the sort of dominating and e... read more

How "aborted fetal cells" contributed to vaccines preventing billions of cases of disease and many million deaths

Science 2.0 is where scientists are the journalists. We are a science education nonprofit operating under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Please make a tax-deductible donation if you v... read more

Nepalese dying to work

She may never know exactly ... from abuse abroad. When we asked what she planned to do with the baby on the way she said: “I wanted to get rid of this baby, (abort it), but they told me that was not p... read more

Nicola Sturgeon has 'taken flight from reason' over fracking with 'anti-science' statements, expert claims

In a TV debate, the SNP leader went as far as to suggest that Scottish Government research on fracking decommissioning may have been ordered to justify a ban, saying "perhaps what we're trying to show ... read more

Talk About Travel

Steve here, champion of cabin life. You know what they say ... hotel we selected primarily because it had a hot tub was out of service. The Flight Crew: That happened to our own Carol Sotilli, too, th... read more

Your genes, your rights – FDA's Jeffrey Shuren misleading testimony under oath

We need to prepare for the worst. Which nations have the least onerous regulatory regimes? Is genomic tourism going to be necessary ... we have only ourselves to blame. If they take aware our rights d... read more

On Rationalizing Israel’s Dispossession of the Palestinians

You have quite clearly invested too much time and energy over the years in rationalizing Israel’s dispossession of the Palestinians from their homeland ... If that is not both immoral and racist, we n... read more

Top 14 viral videos of 2011: Royal weddings, zombies and muppets top list

That’s why we collated together a few of our favourite viral marketing ... It features a cast of royal look-a-likes, the video took its inspiration from the real-life wedding video and YouTube hit "Ji... read more

A pre-budget election would be an insult to our intelligence

PM Turnbull may have a similar plan ... box without an adequate explanation of the Government's plans for economic repair would be an insult to our intelligence. It would also expose the PM and his Tr... read more

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