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Warming the Gulf of Maine

the oceans’ waters have warmed up over the past few decades.

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Is it better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness?

With the advent of LED lights, nights are certain to get even brighter.

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Antibiotic Resistance

What we have created in agriculture is a massive theater of natural selection for drug-resistant mutant bacteria, which can infect humans.

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The Rockets’ Red Glare

When you are watching fireworks on July 4, remember that you are receiving an increment of air pollution

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The Hockey Games

The disruption of thoughtful evaluations of Earth’s past temperature by those who deny climate change serves no useful purpose

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Oxygen in the atmosphere

I am not at all worried about the world running out of oxygen anytime soon.

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What makes a healthy stream?

A river is a reflection of the watershed it drains

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