Author: Kristin Elise Phillips
What global warming means for preserved microorganisms.
Listening to the brain to understand hand-eye coordination.
Apathy and dreams along the Gowanus Canal.
– asks Peggy from University Heights, OH
Climate changes are pushing rain forests to the point of no return.
Parasites, bacteria and viruses mark the trail of human evolution.
How quickly will global warming change sea level?
“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
Some scientists are rethinking the positive effects global warming may have on agriculture.
The IPCC report says global warming is inevitable, but is there anything we can do?
The Monarch butterfly may be the next victim of a warming world.
— asks Tony from New York, NY.