The author and others, whose parents are dead or not around, are relieved not to have to worry about them during the pandemic. There is also a lot of time to reflect on their loss.
California’s wildfire season is stretching out as both Northern and Southern California burn.
As Stormy Daniels does LGBTQ fundraising in New Orleans, she talks about ‘smearing’ Michael Avenatti, supporting Elizabeth Warren, and why ‘shit is about to hit the fan again.’
“People are going to be trapped because once it’s uninsurable, good luck selling the house,” one climate expert cautioned.
Scientists caution that we probably can’t “plant our way out” of the climate crisis, but growing big trees and keeping them around is an important piece of the puzzle.
‘We are steadily getting closer to making these robots commercially successful.’
All it takes is a fleet of planes spraying aerosols, diamond dust, or sea salt into the stratosphere.
Post-traumatic stress disorder notoriously takes a long time to diagnose. But a machine listening to patients talk could help combat that.
Welcome to the age of ‘climate gentrification.’
In 1918, the Spanish flu pandemic killed 100 million people. One hundred years later, are we prepared?