Other Science News

The built environment can heat and cool us, human error, debunking the latke, and who is really anti-nuclear power?
Puritans – not in a good way, nightsoil, wellness, and a tasty side-dish of my own authoring.
Risk, the carbon footprint of eating local, Happy Birthday Betty Crocker, and an employee review.
Finding patience, Gaia?, and moral molecules – building blocks of morality.
Up until last week, CO2 levels have been the concern; now methane is in the mix. But what can we say about CO2 before adding to our worries? An article from The Conversation provides some infographics.
A confession, climate change, how to read a book, and it is truly Autumn in New York
To paraphrase a well-known phrase about government intervention, can there be any words more feared than these: “I’m from Amazon, and I’m here to help.” After a failed endeavor – in conjunction with JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway, known as Haven – Amazon is moving into healthcare on its own. What might that mean for physicians and patients?
Pig pandemic, beef monopoly, agrivoltaics?, and deep listening.
The logistics of returns, Disney, and nuclear power – “Our Friend, the Atom,” and the fine immunologic line that is pregnancy.
This article is written by Dr. Peter Attia [1]. It is helpful to understand the study of health, especially in the time of COVID. Summarizing it does not do it justice - so we are reprinting it from his website, with their permission.
Cooking has always been chemistry you can eat, the murmurations of swallows, Capitalism, the commons, and China, and a movie about moths but not Mothra
Being an inspector for Michelin, the origins of the CT scan, the hygiene hypothesis appears as a call for biodiversity, the politics of writing about science in the age of COVID