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Inalienable rights in the age of carbon dioxide.
The ecological philosophy of turning a garbage dump into a park.
Eric Lundgren’s electric car goes farther than a Tesla. He’s also going to prison.
How the science of blood spatter forensics is evolving.
A geologist explains that climate change is not just about a global average sea rise.
My journey into the middle ground of the science-religion culture war.
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