Your daily selection of the latest science news! According to Live Science Satellite images reveal the dark zone of the Greenland ice sheet, which is leading to a positive feedback … Continue reading Greenland Has a Mysterious ‘Dark Zone’ — And It’s Getting Even Darker
Your daily selection of the latest science news! According to Popular Science In Sarah Kapnick’s world, Atlantic hurricanes and California snowstorms aren’t far apart. Like all climatological phenomena, both are … Continue reading Climate scientists are working on a way to predict snow eight months in advance
Conventional computer algorithms rely on programmers entering reams of rules and facts to guide the system’s output. Machine-learning systems — and a subset, deep-learning systems, which simulate complex neural networks in the human brain — derive their own rules after combing through large amounts of data.
A satellite image showing the giant (and growing) crack in the Larsen C ice shelf on April 6, 2017. Credit: NASA Earth Observatory One of the largest icebergs ever recorded, … Continue reading Trillion-Ton Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctica
Melting glaciers in Alaska measured between 2003-2013. Credit: ESA/Planetary Visions A new video from the European Space Agency explains how changes in climate are causing sea levels to rise around … Continue reading See the Effects of Climate Change Across Earth (Video)
It’s been a particularly glum couple of days for climate scientists, with President Donald Trump withdrawing US support for the Paris Climate Agreement, an action that resulted in the resignation of serial entrepreneur … Continue reading India just committed to selling only electric cars by 2030
Taking a stance against the anti-climate executive order issued by President Trump earlier this week, Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon have stated they will remain committed to using clean energy in … Continue reading Apple, Google and Microsoft will fight Trump’s anti-climate order with clean energy
As Donald Trump was sworn into office as the new president of the US on Jan. 20, a group of around 60 programmers and scientists were gathered in the Department … Continue reading Hackers downloaded US government climate data and stored it on European servers during Trump’s inauguration