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A New Twist on Tree Rings

A New Twist on Tree Rings

Scientists turn to tree rings to learn more about our climate’s history.

By | Posted March 20, 2007

Polar Regions Lose Their Shine

Polar Regions Lose Their Shine

Melting snow and ice allow global warming to gain more ground.

By | Posted March 19, 2007

Taking the Climate's Temperature

Taking the Climate’s Temperature

How scientists measure the sensitivity of our climate.

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Climate Modeling That Works

Climate Modeling That Works

Why it’s easier to predict the next 20 years of warming than this weekend’s weather.

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Polyp Apocalypse

Polyp Apocalypse

As atmospheric carbon dioxide dissolves into increasingly acidic oceans, vibrant coral hamlets are fading into ghost towns.

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My dogs were sprayed by a skunk, and I've washed them in hydrogen peroxide and baking soda -- but how do I rid my house of the odor?

My dogs were sprayed by a skunk, and I’ve washed them in hydrogen peroxide and baking soda — but how do I rid my house of the odor?

– asks Frank DeMayo

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Fly me to the moon … for a gourmet soap opera!

Despite the scientific research going on aboard the space station and the shuttles, space exploration has become largely a source of entertaining stories.

By | Posted March 15, 2007

Old Disorder, New Approach

Old Disorder, New Approach

A Yale researcher applies behavioral therapy to Tourette Syndrome.

By | Posted March 7, 2007

“Someone told me that human beings have been around for only 60 thousand years. This is shorter than I thought. Is this true? Where did we come from?”

“Someone told me that human beings have been around for only 60 thousand years. This is shorter than I thought. Is this true? Where did we come from?”

– asks Mark from New York City

By | Posted March 5, 2007

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