This week in 1912 a newspaper printed a spot-on warning about our warming world Were living in the future it predicted
"Coal consumption affecting climate," read a small headline in a New Zealand newspaper 106 years ago. The story gave a stunningly succinct explanation of how humans were messing with the Earth's atmosphere.
Toxic red tide algae blooms are killing fish turtles and manatees in Florida — heres what it looks like and why its happening
A red tide that rolled in off Florida's Gulf coast last fall is still plaguing the area. Formerly pristine water is a cloudy mud-red, confusing and killing off many kinds of wildlife.The algae blooms are called karenia brevis, or red tide, and thrive in briny seawater.
China says it will launch 2 robots to the far side of the moon in December on an unprecedented lunar exploration mission
China said on Wednesday that it plans to launch its Chang'e-4 mission to the far side of the moon in December. The mission's rover and lander aim to study the geology and chemistry of an ancient impact site and explore to possibility of building a sensitive deep-space radio telescope.