How a Professional Climate Change Denier Discovered the Lies and Decided to Fight for Science

How a Professional Climate Change Denier Discovered the Lies and Decided to Fight for Science

The wall of climate change denial in the GOP looks awful frightening from afar, but it is crumbling. And it can change quickly.

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The Superior Human?

The Superior Human?

The myth that humans are superior to all other life forms is a fundamental and unquestioned premise of dominant culture. It is an old historical idea, rooted in colonialism, and is deeply embedded in religion and science. It is one of the root causes for the destruction of the natural world, animal cruelty, war, the extinction of species and other immense problems. The Superior Human? challenges this arrogant and self-destructive ideology; unwinds the myths, using examples and common sense.

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Beer a better pain relief than paracetamol, study says

Beer a better pain relief than paracetamol, study says

Your head is pounding, the room’s spinning and your stomach is lurching – when you’re hungover, reaching for painkillers can often seem like a good idea. But according to a new study, hair of the dog really could do the trick. And not just for dealing with a hangover – according to new research, drinking two beers is more effective at relieving pain than taking painkillers.

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Dark Chasm

Dark Chasm

The low angle of the sun over Tethys' massive canyon, Ithaca Chasma (near the terminator, at right), highlights the contours of this enormous rift. Ithaca Chasma is up to 60 miles (100 kilometers) wide, and runs nearly three-fourths of the way around icy Tethys (660 miles or 1,062 kilometers across). The canyon has a maximum depth of nearly 2.4 miles (4 kilometers) deep. The giant crater Odysseus — usually one of Tethys’ most recognizable features — is barely seen in profile along the limb, at upper left.

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