Sad in the spring? Allergy-mood link is real
CNN: You know spring has sprung when hundreds of people daily turn to Twitter to vent about their itchy eyes, dripping nose and uncontrollable sneezing and coughing. And if it’s not obvious that allergies can
Care About Climate? Wearing a Coat Today?
Discovery News: Opinions about climate may be as fickle as the winds. A simple shift in temperature and Columbia University social scientists found that opinions about future climate trends changed accordingly. In surveys of 1,200
Climate beliefs change with the weather
ABC News.au: US researchers have found people’s climate beliefs blow hot and cold depending upon the weather of the day. When people think the day’s temperature is hotter than usual they are more likely to
Some People’s Climate Beliefs Shift With Weather
Results from three studies show that people who thought the current day was warmer than usual were more likely to believe in and feel concern about global warming than those who thought the day was unusually cold.
The ‘Snowmageddon Effect’: Irrational Beliefs About Climate
On February 5th and 6th of 2010, a blizzard dumped historic snowfalls on the Mid-Atlantic region of the country. Elkridge, Maryland, got more than 38” over the two days, and Washington, DC, where I live
Natalie Portman, Oscar Winner, Was Also a Precocious Scientist
The New York Times: The Intel Science Talent Search is considered the nation’s most elite and demanding high school research competition, attracting the crème de la milk-fats-encased-in-a-phospholipid-and-protein-membrane of aspiring young scientists. Victors and near-victors in