Posts Tagged ‘geoengineering’

Today’s physics news: Geoengineering experiment cancelled amid patent row, Milestone for wi-fi with ‘T-rays’ and more

By Lena | 16 May, 2012 | 0 Comments

Today’s physics news: Geoengineering experiment cancelled amid patent row, Milestone for wi-fi with ‘T-rays’ and more

Today’s physics news: Entangled diamonds blur quantum-classical divide, and more…

By Lena | 2 Dec, 2011 | 0 Comments

Today’s physics news: Entangled diamonds blur quantum-classical divide, and more…

Survey finds public support for geoengineering research

By Lena | 24 Oct, 2011 | 0 Comments
Survey finds public support for geoengineering research

  Research on geoengineering appears to have broad public support, as a new, internationally-representative survey revealed that 72 per cent of respondents approved research into the climate-manipulating technique. The study, published today in IOP Publishing’s journal Environmental Research Letters, is the first international survey on public perception of geoengineering and solar radiation management (SRM) and […]

Today’s physics news: Tuesday, 20 July

By Lena | 20 Jul, 2010 | 0 Comments

Sound restored to mission control film shot during Apollo 11 moon landing A British Apollo 11 fan has painstakingly united the mission control footage with audio recorded during the moon landing   Guardian    Calls to remove education from councils in Scotland Scottish head teachers are calling for a radical restructuring of the country’s education […]

Time to lift the geoengineering taboo

By Lena | 1 Sep, 2009 | 0 Comments
Time to lift the geoengineering taboo

September’s issue of Physics World . . . Hot on the heels of the Royal Society’s Geoengineering the Climate report, September’s Physics World contains feature comment from UK experts stressing the need to start taking geoengineering – deliberate interventions in the climate system to counteract man-made global warming – more seriously. Of increased importance, as […]

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