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PTN Interviews the MIT 'Space Bubbles' Geoengineering project

Posted in Interviews, Science on 28th Oct, 2022
by Alex Muller

Many People are becoming more concerned with the growing issue of climate change, and there are many proposals as to how to deal with climate destabilisation. One of the projects focuses on Using Bubbles in space to reduce light from the sun, with the intention of protecting the Earth from too much warming. Here is our interview:

Super-Earths Are Bigger And More Habitable Than Earth, And Astronomers Are Discovering More.

Posted in Science on 30th Sep, 2022
by Alex Muller

Astronomers know that the ingredients for life are out there, but habitable does not mean inhabited. Until researchers find evidence of life elsewhere, it's possible that life on Earth was a unique accident.

Evidence Suggests Giant Asteroid Impacts Created Earth's Continents

Posted in Science on 26th Aug, 2022
by Alex Muller

Researchers looked at zircon grains from one of the oldest surviving pieces of continental crust in the world, the Pilbara Craton in Western Australia, which started forming more than three billion years ago.

How Environmental Friendliness Will Keep Getting Easier

Posted in Business, Science on 30th May, 2022
by Alex Muller

Today, living an environmentally friendly life is easier than it’s ever been before. And thanks to new technologies, new programs and initiatives, and changing attitudes, it’s only going to get easier.

Superfast electron rains detected pouring down onto Earth

Posted in Science on 31st Mar, 2022
by Alex Muller

Researchers at UCLA have discovered a new form of space weather, superfast electron rains that precipitate into the atmosphere from the radiation belts. The team says the events could affect satellites, spacecraft and astronauts, but aren’t accounted for in current models of space weather.