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Panda May Have Faked Pregnancy For Buns

Experts believe panda Ai Hin may have faked the signs of pregnancy after learning she would get treats - and a single room.

"They're known as 'ghost trees,' and for good reason: albino redwoods are extremely rare and nearly impossible to spot. There may be as few as 25 of these trees in the world, yet eight of them are at Henry Cowell Redwood State Park in Northern California. They lack chlorophyll and suck energy from their parent tree."

An 'albino' redwood is a redwood tree which is unable to produce chlorophyll, and so has white needles instead of the normal green. In order to survive it must join its roots to a normal redwood from which it obtains nutrition as a parasite.

Unprecedented neutrino discovery is a "Nobel Prize in the making"

Unprecedented neutrino discovery is a "Nobel Prize in the making"

IceCube Telescope Finds High-Energy Neutrinos, Opens Up New Era in Astronomy

Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, Alaska. There are fifteen tidewater glaciers in the park. Glaciers descending from high snow capped mountains into the bay create spectacular displays of ice and iceberg formation.

Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska - There are fifteen tidewater glaciers in the park. Glaciers descending from high snow capped mountains into the bay create spectacular displays of ice and iceberg formation.

Some years ago, in the question-and-answer session after a lecture at the American Geophysical Union, I described certain geoengineering proposals as “barking mad.” The remark went rather viral in the geoengineering community. The climate-hacking proposals I was referring to were schemes that attempt to cancel out some of the effects...

These Strategies to Modify the Climate are Dangerous, Immoral, and Barking Mad

Some years ago, in the question-and-answer session after a lecture at the American Geophysical Union, I described certain geoengineering proposals as “ .

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