Climate Scientist Acknowledges Narrow Focus on Global Warming in US Wildfires Study to Secure Publication

To get his paper published, a climate scientist acknowledged to misrepresenting the impact of global warming on California wildfires. According to Patrick T Brown, studies on climate change are rejected by scientific journals if they do not’support specific narratives,’ and they prefer ‘distorted’ research that exaggerates hazards. He claims that his study, headlined ‘Climate warming…

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Close Call with Extinction: Human Ancestors Faced Precarious Future 900,000 Years Ago

Nearly one million years ago, a catastrophic incident nearly wiped out the progenitors of humanity. Approximately 900,000 years ago, according to genomic data from 3,154 modern humans, the population decreased from approximately 100,000 to 1,280 reproducing individuals. This staggering 98.7 percent population decline endured 117,000 years and could have led to the extinction of humanity….

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A Hidden Neighbor? Researchers Ponder an Earth-Like Planet in Our Solar System

The furthest regions of the Solar System are a gloomy and mysterious place with details that escape us. Even a moderately massive planet may easily miss our attention while we are so far from the Sun’s brightness. The trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) that we have discovered outside of Neptune’s orbit have certain odd clustering characteristics that…

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Declassified UFO Files: Pentagon Launches Dedicated Website for Disclosure

The government’s term for UFOs is Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena(UAPs), and on Thursday the Pentagon announced the creation of a new website with the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) that would give the public access to unclassified material regarding this phenomenon. Pentagon spokesperson Brigadier General Patrick Ryder said at a press conference that the new website…

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