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Polar Bear: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

Images, whether captured by a satellite, a scientist, an explorer, a photojournalist or an artist, enable us to record, study and reflect on our planet’s evolving state. 117 more words

The Hunt

Note: This is a work of fiction. However, some of the writing was inspired by real events.

As the rain fell, it was absorbed into the sod roof.  1,636 more words

What Mental Traits does the Arctic Select for?

Apropos Friday’s conversation about the transition from hunting to pastoralism and the different strategies hunters employ in different environments, I got to thinking about how these different food-production systems could influence the development of different “intelligences,” or at least mental processes that underlie intelligence. 836 more words


Future sea level rise studies by NASA project – Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG)

OMG measurements of Greenland give us a glimpse of future sea rise https://www.skepticalscience.com/omg-greenland-sea-level-rise.html 24 February 2017 by John Abraham  If you meet a group of climate scientists, and ask them how much sea levels will rise by say the year 2100, you will get a wide range of answers. 630 more words