Tuesday, July 22, 2014 06:06 PM
by Climate Central gives us an idea of what summer will feel like in the year 2100 if current emission trends continue. The study projects the high summer temperatures, the average of the daily maximum temperatures for the months of June, July and August, for 1001 cities in the
NASA demonstrates successful unmanned lander under onboard computer guidance
By Steven Siceloff, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Fla. A test flight of new guidance system on Morpheus was successful on April 24, 2014. A set of sensors to mapped out a 65-yard square
If you stayed in bed like me, here are awesome photos of the April 15th, 2014 Blood Moon eclipse
People across North America got an awesome view of the Blood Moon eclipse last night.
The eclipse is a phenomenon that occurs when the Earth, moon and sun
On March 28, the White House released a multi-pronged strategy to reduce methane emissions from a variety of sources, a step the administration says is an outgrowth of the President's Climate Action Plan announced last year. Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, about 20 times more potent than
With the Keystone decision pending, and the kerfuffle over the potential environmental impact of the pipeline on American soil, I wanted to give my readers some idea of what it looked like where the oil that the pipeline will transport is sourced from. Most of you know that the oil will come
The future of oil exploration lies in new technology--from massive data-processing supercomputers to 4D seismic to early-phase airborne spy technology that can pinpoint prospective reservoirs.
Oil and gas is getting bigger, deeper, faster and more efficient, with new technology chipping away at
The potential for a golden age of gas comes along with a big “if” regarding environmental and social impact. The International Energy Agency (IEA)—the “global energy authority”--believes that this age of gas can be golden, and that unconventional gas can be produced in an environmentally
Do you have faith in your local police department?