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SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer

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Advocates fan out in global show of support for science

WASHINGTON (AP) — The world saw brain power take a different form Saturday.From the Washington Monument to Germany's Brandenburg Gate and even to Greenland,...

Former astronaut, U.S. Sen. John Glenn of Ohio has died at 95

WASHINGTON (AP) – John Glenn, whose 1962 flight as the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the Earth made him an all-American hero and propelled...

Study: Biggest tornado outbreaks are spawning more twisters

WASHINGTON (AP) — The most extreme tornado outbreaks are mysteriously spawning many more twisters than they did decades ago, a new study claimed.The once-every-five-years-or-so...

After new regulations, Oklahoma’s shakes calm down a bit

WASHINGTON (AP) — The rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has dropped dramatically since late May, when the state limited wastewater injections into energy wells,...

Satellite-based radar links injection wells to Texas earthquakes

WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists used radar from satellites to show that five Texas earthquakes, one reaching magnitude 4.8, were caused by injections of wastewater...

Earth’s temperature depends on where you put thermometer

WASHINGTON (AP) — When it comes to measuring global warming, it's all about altitude.Temperature readings taken close to Earth's surface — about 6 feet...

Earth is a wilder, warmer place since last climate deal made

PARIS (AP) — This time, it's a hotter, waterier, wilder Earth that world leaders are trying to save.The last time that the nations of...

Better batteries to beat global warming: A race against time

WASHINGTON (AP) — One of the key technologies that could help wean the globe off fossil fuel is probably at your fingertips or in...

New poll: Americans not worried about global warming

WASHINGTON (AP) – Americans are hot but not too bothered by global warming.Most Americans know the climate is changing, but they say they are...

Study: Mega injections of wastewater triggers more quakes

WASHINGTON (AP) — The more oil and gas companies pump their saltwater waste into the ground, and the faster they do it, the more...
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