Scientists find a way to suck up carbon pollution, turn it into baking soda and store it in the oceans | CNN
Via: TᵢG • Critical Thinkers • 156 Comments • 7 minutes ago
Very early in the process but a seemingly doable idea is nonetheless encouraging. Given the irrational denial of AGW, a cooperative societal solution has never seemed likely. Hopefully science...
By: TᵢG • Critical Thinkers • 444 Comments • 4 months ago
Trump has announced his candidacy. He is yet again running for PotUS. He seeks the GoP nomination. Most people recognize that Trump will likely lose in a general election. Thus if the GoP...
NASA's DART mission successfully knocks asteroid off course, Earth can now defend itself
Via: Freewill • Critical Thinkers • 16 Comments • 6 months ago
Interesting milestone today in the name of planetary defense, but is the technology capable of stopping or redirecting much larger asteroids or planetary killers and avert an extinction level event...
American states are now Petri dishes of polarisation | The Economist
Via: Freewill • Critical Thinkers • 161 Comments • 7 months ago
Interesting article about our worsening political polarization. And the solution sounds similar to things I have proposed here in the past regarding electoral reform. Although I would add that...
Evident #1: Harris' Vaccine Vow
By: TᵢG • Critical Thinkers • 53 Comments • last year
This is issue #1 in a series intended to debunk silly talking points. During the VP debate, the following exchange took place: Q: If the Trump administration approves a vaccine before or after...
Is "Whataboutism" Always a Bad Thing?
Via: Steve Ott • Critical Thinkers • 14 Comments • last year
Quite often, it seems to me, the point of raising such “what about…?” questions isn’t to try to end the conversation. It’s to start a real conversation.
The James Webb Space Telescope is fully deployed. So what's next for the biggest observatory off Earth? | Space
Via: Freewill • Critical Thinkers • 14 Comments • last year
Without much fanfare, and as most of us were still sleeping on Christmas morning 2021 an Ariane 5 rocket launched from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, at 7:20 a.m. EST (1220 GMT;...