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Climate Change Facts Remain Intact as NOAA Scientists Cleared In Climate Change Email Reviews

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Officials from the U.S. on Thursday have officially cleared the scientists of any charges that they had manipulated the data about climate change facts in e-mails that were stolen from a British university in 2009, triggering a global climate change scandal. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Inspector General conducted an independent review of the e-mails …

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Low-Oxygen-Level Zones in our Oceans Worrying Scientists

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Low-Oxygen-Level Zones in our Oceans Worrying Scientists which from an article on Yahoo News(2) suggest that the lower levels of oxygen in our planets oceans, and more directly, the Pacific Northwest of the United States could be another sign of deep-seated global changes linked to climate change. Scientists warn that the oceans complex ecosystem and …

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Could The God Particle – Higgs Boson be Discovered in 2012?

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The God particle, or Higgs boson has long been the pursuit of scientists far and wide. Physicists were once in the belief that the smallest components of the atom’s nucleus were protons and neutrons. After the invention and development of colliders, or particle accelerators that they discovered that the protons and neutrons were made up …

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Asteroid 2005 YU55 Will Make Near Earth Miss Tuesday Nov. 8 2011

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NASA scientists report that asteroid 2005 YU55 will make a near earth miss Tuesday Nov. 8, 2011. The scientists will be tracking the asteroid with antennas from the space agencies Deep Space Network at Goldstone, CA. The scientists are calling the near miss by the 1,300 foot wide (400 meter) asteroid as an opportunity of …

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Global warming: Impact of receding snow and ice surprises scientists

Global warming: Impact of receding snow and ice surprises scientists The seasonal cooling effect of light-reflecting snow and ice in the Northern Hemisphere may be weakening at twice the rate predicted by climate models, a new study shows, accelerating the impact of global warming. Read more on The Christian Science Monitor