- Paris climate change deal 'meaningless' without plan for deeper emissions cuts
- As Eduard Suess died in 1914, it would have been challenging for him to have waited until the 1970s to name Gondwanaland. Socalpa: Someone I guess forgot to tell the geological and other groups until the 70s then; Extra. Extra !
- Scientific Consensus Is Almost Never Wrong — Almost
- Before the turn of the 20th century, the Austrian geologist Eduard Suess suggested that all the continents were once part of one single mega-continent he named Gondwanaland and they eventually split, perhaps in two and then into the geography we have ...
- Geology: The continental conundrum
- The contemporary orthodoxy proposed by Austrian geologist Eduard Suess held that the Earth was shrinking, causing parts of continents to founder and marooning populations of similar animals in widely separated lands. Wegener recognized this as ...
- The enduring appeal of Shakespeare's Falstaff
- The New Year marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. This momentous occasion invites us to explore one of his most beloved characters, Sir John Falstaff. The wayward, hapless comic character was so popular that Shakespeare included him ...
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