A new bulletin from the World Meteorological Organization reports that the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached another new record high in 2014 that could become a ‘permanent reality.’
Do your recent weather memories include an unnaturally high number of heatwaves, droughts, and record-breaking temperatures? It wasn’t just your imagination: 2014 was one of the hottest years experienced by nearly everyone currently living on the planet.
A new report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that global temperature rises will likely be “severe, pervasive, and irreversible” in coming years. In other words, we’re all doomed.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has this morning a landmark report which places the blame for climate change squarely at the feet of humankind.
A lot of dinosaurs were big eating machines. Now, scientists have calculated how much gas they would have expelled as a result of their digestion—and the quantities they produced probably meant that they warmed their own climate through letting rip.
Wind power, one the oldest and most established forms of alternative energy, might not be as green as we thought. A new study in the US has linked wind farms to local temperature rises of over 0.7°C—enough to change local weather and climate.
NASA Scientists have tested the climate effect of what a small, regional nuclear war would do to the world and have come up with a few revealing (and quite scary) conclusions. For the purpose of the exercise, NASA termed a small, regional nuclear war as 100 Hiroshima-level bombs.
It may be the warmer time of the year (for most of us), but that doesn't mean we can't look ahead to the winter. This is a conceptual design of a footwarmer that is "powered" by a laptop power brick. They are regular slippers equipped with a pocket that can hold powerbricks of all shapes and sizes. Just boot up your…
Unless you're an old man or on your knees all day, these Warmmi USB Heating Knee pads will only be used once every few months when your lazy ass decides to get out of the house and play some basketball with the guys.
Being that we've lived most our lives in California or other temperate areas, we've never known the pain of scraping ice off our windshields when we set off for work in the morning. Here's a reminder for you poor bastards up in the northeast: this Eddie Bauer electric ice scraper is a pretty handy way to get your…