Decoded Science ‘interviews’ a famous scientist who claims to be able to refute the evidence of climate change.
Archives for April 2014
Earthquakes are a threat to some major cities. New research into maximum earthquake size may help our understanding of seismic hazard in areas where transform faults are found.
Severe Weather Outbreak Aardvark dominates this week’s weather news. But an El Niño is heating up and so is Southern California.
Even potatoes grown in soil do not escape chemical treatment. Growers and grocers use chemicals during growth and/or during storage to inhibit eye growth.
How can you achieve better mental health, and heal from painful memories? According to new research, distraction, not suppression, may be the answer.
Decoded Science has named the first severe weather event of spring, 2014. Aardvark will affect a wide area with lightning, hail, and tornadoes as it trudges eastward through mid-week.
National leaders discuss the fate of Ukrainians, the Media takes sides, and accurate information about the conflict is thin on the ground. What’s going on?
Louisiana has the highest imprisonment rate in the world, but not due to the crime rate. Mandatory minimum sentencing for non-violent crimes is responsible.
Do the latest changes to increase gmail security mean that your private emails are now safe from online snooping? The short answer is no.
Frequent Internet and computer use can be unhealthy for youth – but what about older Americans? New finds show the web warding off depression in old age.