Opinion

Anti-Nuclear Rants in The Nuclear Age

With the first use of nuclear weapons in Japan to end World War II, the world saw the destructive power of the...

Climate Science or Climate’s “Political Science”?

Science is a never-ending discovery of the earth and the world beyond it. It is not static knowledge. True science always welcomes...

Our Government’s Aversion to Climate Science

Since the global scientific community formed a consensus on global warming in the late eighties, the American Government has been host to...

The Impact of Eviction and Societal Responsibility

The three-month Federal Cares Act moratorium will end on July 25. An estimated 28 million households facing eviction from non-federally subsidized housing...

Masks: Why Won’t You Wear One

I have not worn a mask since the Corona virus pandemic started earlier this year. Many people would say that I am...

Masks: Why do you wear one?

As the scientific understanding around COVID has evolved, so have the conversations about what is safe and healthy when it comes to...

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Harris’ Indian heritage could boost Biden with Asian-American voters

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Special report: A collapsing economy and a family feud pile pressure on Syria’s Assad

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Spice is right as Indonesian startups eye value in vanilla

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How a Texas shale supplier’s founders made fortunes as the firm failed

By Liz Hampton On July 7, the board of directors at Texas fracking sand supplier Hi-Crush granted nearly $3 million in bonuses to four top...

Twitter to expand censorship rules against misinformation on mail-in ballots & early voting

By Kanishka Singh Twitter said late on Wednesday it plans to expand its rules censoring misinformation regarding mail-in ballots and early voting in the U.S....