Written by Dr Judy Ryan
Written by Aritra Basu et al.
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is set to become the largest radio telescope on Earth. Bielefeld University researchers together with the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (MPIfR) and international partners have now examined the SKA-MPG telescope–a prototype for the part of the SKA that receives signals in the mid-frequency range.
Written by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Image courtesy of the researchers
A new method for collecting two electrons from each photon could break through the theoretical solar-cell efficiency limit.
Written by Bill Sardi
Researchers claim they have found why humans, but not other animals, are prone to heart attacks. News reports of this discovery are confusing because they errantly infer a gene mutation (CMAH gene), which eliminates internal synthesis of a sugar-like molecule called Neu5Gc (aka sialic acid), is what makes humans vulnerable to chronic inflammation that can lead to cancer and heart attacks.
Written by Ashley Strickland
Unlike its geographical poles, Earth’s magnetic poles that serve as the foundation of our navigation are actively moving.
Written by Johns Hopkins University
A new mathematical model suggests dark matter may have been produced before the Big Bang during cosmic inflation, when space was expanding rapidly.
Written by Viv Forbes
Foolish politicians driven by extreme green ideology are wasting Australia’s resources.
Australia’s nuclear resources are largely wasted. We have abundant geological potential for uranium and other nuclear fuels, we know how to explore and extract them, but with bans and restrictions that change every election, and approval processes that take either some years or forever, only three mines are operating. And Australia is the only G20 country to ban clean silent low-emission nuclear power.
Written by William Walter Kay BA LL B
On March 15, 2019, 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant attacked a mosque and Islamic centre in Christchurch, New Zealand with a semi-automatic rifle; killing 51 and injuring 50.
On August 3, 2019, 21-year-old Patrick Crusius attacked a Wal-Mart crowded with Latino shoppers in El Paso, Texas with a semi-automatic rifle; killing 22, injuring 24.
Written by Dr Joel Glass
Thirty-five-hundred years ago in the Middle East, there was a wide-spread group called “Baal.”
It was based on climate, and specifically climate-related to food production. At the center of it was the human sacrifice of children to achieve some change in the weather.
Written by Matthew Ehret
Prince Charles (above) has just given the world 18 months to save the world. Over the past years, the prince and his father (among other inbred aristocrats of Europe) have taken an incredible interest in the safety of the earth from the pollution emitting machines who greedily consume and reproduce without any consideration for Mother Gaia.
Written by John Nolte
Tech entrepreneur and Democrat presidential candidate Andrew Yang spoke a truth at Wednesday night’s CNN debate that is not supposed to be spoken:
Even if America immediately shut down its industry and electricity, even if we went completely dark, even if every American agreed to go without electricity and moved into a teepee to commune with nature rather than the iPhone, it would do next to nothing to stop carbon emissions.
Written by Viv Forbes
It may be possible for a perpetual committee of green bureaucrats to electrify Australia with a vast but flimsy spider-web of power lines connecting consumers to wind turbines, solar panels, lithium batteries and pumped-hydro batteries.
Written by Graham Dockery
Written by aim4truth.org
You may well know who Mark Zuckerburg is, but you are unlikely to have heard of Michael McKibben and that is a grave injustice.
Written by Albert Parker
I wrote this piece as a comment to a wrong paper in the journal “Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science” claiming the sea levels of Massachusetts have dramatically accelerated over the last few decades, where all the evidence says they have been perfectly stable over the last century.