Savanna Lands

Last Time The World Was Warm

The middle Pliocene is our closest analog to present-day greenhouse gas levels. It provides a probable peek into our future — several more degrees of global temperature rise and many meters of sea-level rise.

Ice World

Living in an Ice World

Vaccine Passport

Vaccine Blues


Art Disappearing into the Ether

Methane Release

Methane Release

Towards an enantiodromic approach to the universe. Jung, Pauli, ​and beyond …

Contemporary cosmology gives rise to an abundance of questions and models attempting to explain current paradoxes such as dark matter and energy, the total disappearance of antimatter, and the improbable alignment of the constants of physics that would allow our existence.

A series by Alain Negre

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