So, How Long Until We Can Drink Moon Water? via anthony1966blog

When I heard that water was recently discovered on the surface of the moon, my first thought was, I bet it tastes great. I’m not alone in this, right? As a water lover — yes, we exist — I’m always chasing what food critic Jeffrey Steingarten refers to in his 1997 book, The Man Who Ate Everything: “that pure, clear, etherealContinue reading “So, How Long Until We Can Drink Moon Water? via anthony1966blog”

The worldwide number of methane hot spots has soared 32 percent so far this year despite the economic slowdown, according to satellite imagery

Maps of the day: Worst case climate scenario via eats shoots ‘n leaves The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC] was created in established in 1988 by the World Meteorological Organization [WMO] to evaluate the impacts of global warming triggered by the rise of greenhouse gases. To assess likely impacts, the IPCC uses scenarios basedContinue reading “The worldwide number of methane hot spots has soared 32 percent so far this year despite the economic slowdown, according to satellite imagery”