Australia has been named the world’s worst polluter in a new global ranking list. The...
Mayor of Chattanooga Pays Tribute in Attempt to Stave off Siege
The face-off between Georgia and Tennessee over the Tennessee River and Nickajack Lake is growing more similar to the fashion in which the Persians and Spartans bantered in “300″ every day. <a href=”http://aycu01.webshots.com/image/46
Exhaust Fumes Give Heart Disease, New Study Shows
It turns out that exhaust fumes don’t just destroy your lungs and decimate the planet, they give you heart disease as well. A study released by UCLA suggests that inhaling tiny particles from exhaust fumes induces cardiovascular atherosclerosis, the sing
Korean Government Seeks Arrest Warrants for Oil Spill Captains
South Korea will seek to prosecute the captains of the ships involved in the country’s wors
Daddy, Are There Scarecrows On The Moon?
By new contributor Richard Rhodes. Richard lives in Thailand with his wife and children and runs an eco-frame business. If you feel like writing for us, dro
Goo Covers San Francisco, and Not Just The Gay Bars
Beaches all over the San Francisco Bay area are covered in a layer of oil sludge after a South Korean tanker ship hit the Bay Bridge during a period of dense fog and spilled 58,000 gallons of bunker oil. The strong tides in the area have swept the oil
Solar Tsunamis Filmed, Move Really Fast
I know that this comes as a shock, seeing as the sun is powered by the most powerful fusion reaction we can easily wrap our paltry little minds around, but the tsunamis of hot gas moving around its surface were filmed, and they move really, really fast.
The scientist, Professor Ian Wilmut, who led the team that created Dolly the sheep has received a knighthood in the New Year Honours. His knighthood was awarded for services to science. Professor Ian Wilmut and researchers from the <a href=”http:
Knox's Wireless Green
Knox’s Wireless Green is a rundown of all the week’s most interesting, weird, and popular stories from the worlds of science and the environment. What a week for space junkies. First off, the probability of alien life existing just got a little hig
Science: We Were Wrong, And We Can't Explain This
As so often happens in research, years and years of effort have been expended operating under the assumption that the sea sponge is the animal at the base of the “tree of life”, only to find out that that assumption is completely wrong. Image