People are throwing fruits and vegetables at Yale Psychology Professor John Bargh because his social psychology experiments keep on proving that we are endlessly and consistently subject to manipulation.
The Agriculture and Development Notes - Climate Change Adaptation (ADN-CCA) Series showcases climate change adaptation efforts and mechanisms in Southeast Asian countries in agriculture and rural development.
The worlds and especially Americas environment has gone mad during the summer of 2012. Abrupt climate change is clearly upon us, and life-giving ecosystems are visibly failing, portending doom for our shared biosphere, ...
The West AustralianImportance Of Intrauterine Environment Highlighted With Differences Between ...RedOrbitYour genes determine much about you, but environment can have a strong influence on your genes even before birth, with consequences that can ...
I've mentioned several times the ESRI company of Redlands, California, which was founded and is still run by a family friend, Jack Dangermond, and which specializes in "geographic information systems." Essentially these are ways of layering economic, demographic, political, public health, transportation and other data over zoomable maps.
Yesterday ESRI put out a map plotting major electric-power outages after last week's storm over indicators of "social vulnerability," which they define thus: Social vulnerability refers to potential exposure due to population and housing characteristics: age, low income, disability, home value or other factors. For example, low-income seniors may not have access to a car to simply drive away from an ongoing hazard such as a flood. To me the map is interesting both for showing the path of the storm (damage indicated by the blue dots) and also for the "social vulnerability" shading -- darker colors indicating worse problems.
CBS Evening News: NOAA links extreme weather to climate change - For the first time, government scientists say recent extreme droughts and storms are likely connected to man-made changes (RT @CBSNews: NOAA links extreme weather to climate change
Feasibility study shows GE-Hitachi's proposed Prism fast reactor could offer a solution to the UK's plutonium waste stockpile (RT @academylane: 日立GEがPRISM炉建設の実現可能性調査報告を英国原子力廃炉機構に提出。費用に関する情報は公開せず。セラフィールドに蓄積した１００トン以上のプルトニウムの処理に日立GEの高速増殖炉とカナダCANDU炉（MOX燃焼）が候補に絞られている。...
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