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Trump and Macron Cement Unlikely Friendship in Bastille Day Visit

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Trump, in France, Tells Brigitte Macron, ‘You’re in Such Good Shape’

Mr. Trump has repeatedly commented publicly on the physical appearance of women he has encountered either as a presidential candidate or as president — including the comedian Rosie O’Donnell and, now, the first lady of France.Continue reading the main storyLast month, Mr. Trump was criticized by members of both parties for attacking the cable news host Mika Brzezinski in a string of tweets, describing her as “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” and claiming that at a past meeting she had been “bleeding badly from a facelift.”Earlier in June, Mr […]

Artist & engineer team up to create paints made out of environmental toxins (Video)

Toxins leached out of old coal mines in the American Rust Belt are converted into custom paints. […]

The 10 happiest countries on the planet

The Gallup 2017 Global Emotions report is in, revealing a few surprises about which nations are feeling the most positively about things. […]

Why you should try tai chi

Some doctors like to call it “medication in motion” because of its many benefits to the mind and body. […]

6 foods with surprisingly high amounts of salt

Excess salt is not confined to frozen pizzas and chips. It sneaks into a number of unsuspecting foods. […]

Pruitt Earns A Failing Grade When It Comes To Climate Science

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said on CNBC:“I think that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do, and there’s tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact, so no, I would not agree that it’s a primary contributor to the global warming that we see.”This is consistent with Pruitt’s previous public statements and writings on climate change. It is also false and misleading.There is not “tremendous disagreement” among scientists but a strong consensus that humans are the primary cause of recent climate change. The consensus exists because of clear and convincing evidence from empirical observations of temperatures and many different Earth systems, fundamental and tested laws of physics and insights gained from model simulations of how the climate behaves under changed conditions. Nearly 30 years of review of the evidence by a variety of scientific organizations have led the non-partisan U.S. National Academy of Sciences, as well as many other national science academies and scientific associations, to conclude that the climate is changing and humans very likely are the major cause.The most comprehensive and carefully peer-reviewed assessment of the science of climate change is conducted every five to six years by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The IPCC’s most recent assessment of the physical science of climate change, published in 2013, was written by several hundred scientists from 39 countries, including the U.S., with expertise in climate science and related fields and who work for universities, scientific institutions, private businesses and government science agencies.The author team examined over 9200 scientific publications to produce a 2000-plus page report on the state of knowledge about climate change. Drafts of the report went through two rounds of formal review in which over 1000 reviewers submitted over 50,000 comments. Fifty review editors oversaw the review process, charged with assuring that issues identified by the reviewers were appropriately resolved for the final report [Disclosure: I served as a review editor for the IPCC’s 2014 companion report on the impacts of climate change]. […]