Exploring bleeding edge experiments, oddities, new and bizarre dicoveries, and fact-checking conspiracy theories since 2008. No question is out of bounds and no topic is too strange for a deep dive.
The House's Denialist-in-Chief Lamar Smith invites his favorite climate change denialists for an afternoon of ego stroking and kvetching.
Climate change denialists have ran out of contrarian theories so they decided to recycle an old one.
To keep their jobs, climate change denialists erected a conspiracy theory that's buckling under its own weight.
Global warming is making tornado outbreaks more unpredictable and pushing them to extremes.
Lamar Smith refuses to give up on manufacturing a scandal, demanding publicly available data from NOAA
Another scary side-effect of global warming may be the resurrection of ancient viruses from melting permafrost.
The founder of Soylent is trying to make outsourcing your carbon footprint an accomplishment. It's not.
Massive volcanic eruptions leave their mark on the climate record we can gleam from tree rings. And some scientists have new ideas for how to best track them...
An individual heat wave may not mean much. But we're not seeing the occasional heat wave, we're seeing a disturbing pattern of them.
Carbon taxes may prompt companies and people to switch to cleaner. But incentives, rather than punishments, may be a better approach.