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  • Megacity planning must change in four years to limit global warming

    High-carbon infrastructures lock planet into irreversible greenhouse gas emissions, says campaign group Megacities of more than 10 million inhabitants must cut carbon emissions from 5 tonnes per capita per year to less than 3 tonnes in the next decade....
  • This is the most dangerous time for our planet Stephen Hawking

    We can’t go on ignoring inequality, because we have the means to destroy our world but not to escape it As a theoretical physicist based in Cambridge, I have lived my life in an extraordinarily privileged bubble. Cambridge is an unusual town, centred...
  • Operation in Syria only targets terror, Erdoğan clarifies

    Turkey’s military operation in Syria is not against any country or person but terror groups in general, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said, in contrast to earlier remarks that Turkey’s objective was to topple Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...
  • Not only alcohol, these factors too increase risk of liver disease!

    Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: We all know that excessive consumption of alcohol leads to liver cirrhosis. But not many people know that there are also many other factors that causes liver diseasebesides alcohol. Here are some factors that could lead to...
  • Russia Threatened with Sanctions After Syrian Army Liberates 80,000 People in Aleppo

    Western governments are in panic mode as their Islamist barbarian proxies seem on the edge of total defeat Western countries are urging the imposition of sanctions against Russia after 80,000 civilians were liberated in Syria’s Aleppo, Russian Defens...
  • This Tiny Sliver of Russian Territory (and Its Weapons) Is What NATO Fears Most

    Once east Prussia, now west Russia In 1945, Soviet armies occupied East Prussia, a portion of Germany territorially detached from the rest of the Reich since 1918 (briefly reunified in 1939). Ethnically German and featuring the historic Prussian city ...
  • Mikhail Lomonosov: The 'Russian Da Vinci'

    November 19 marks the 305th anniversary of Mikhail Lomonosov's birth. RBTH remembers the peasant from Russia's far north who became one of the most important scientists in world history. A monument to Mikhail Lomonosov near the main building of the Mos...
  • Analyzing Theresa May’s Foreign Policy

    How to define the post-Brexit foreign policy of Prime Minister May? The question is not simple at all and shows a series of new and unexpected signs. Meanwhile, Theresa May’s primary project is to increase her own international role outside traditio...
  • Is this the beginning of the end for coal?

    Canada has joined a growing list of countries phasing out the most polluting fossil fuel and global demand has fallen. Is this the start of a low-carbon energy era or just a blip in coal’s dominance? A coal-burning power plant in the city of Baotou...
  • Arctic ice melt could trigger uncontrollable climate change at global level

    Scientists warn increasingly rapid melting could trigger polar ‘tipping points’ with catastrophic consequences felt as far away as the Indian Ocean Temperatures in the Arctic are currently ‘off the charts’ at about 20C above expected. Photograp...
  • Oil and gas companies in North America less green than those in EU

    ExxonMobil and Chevron among worst in terms of CO2 emissions and investment in renewables, according to research Pressure on companies is likely to abate further in the US in the next few years under the Trump presidency. Photograph: Mark Ralston/AFP/...
  • An ocean of water exists deep beneath Earth's surface – and if it dries up we're all dead

    Scientists find the mineral brucite can store and transport water at far greater depths than thought. Vast quantity of water is hidden beneath Earth's surface.iStock A huge amount of water exists below Earth's surface, stored within a mineral...
  • Young people's blood plasma 'could work as anti-ageing treatment'

    Mice who receive human blood plasma from 18-year-olds develop new brain cells, a process believed to be beneficial to memory and learning A group of teenagers pose for a selfie. Blood plasma taken from young people could help rejuvenate the brain a...
  • Solar storms can weaken Earth’s magnetic field

    The sun’s warm glow can sometimes turn menacing. Solar storms can shoot plasma wrapped in bits of the sun’s magnetic field into space, sweeping past Earth and disabling satellites, causing widespread blackouts, and disrupting GPS-based navigation. N...
  • Russia Must Take ‘Rightful Place’ in European Project – FN’s Marion Le Pen

    Front National’s Marion Marechal-Le Pen said that Russia has a big role to play in Europe, defending common interests together with France. Russia has a big role to play in Europe, defending common interests together with France, Front National (F...
  • How much longer can Antarctica’s hostile ocean delay global warming?

    The waters of the Southern Ocean have absorbed much of the excess heat and carbon generated by humanity. Colin Monteath/Minden/NGC Strong winds help to pull up ancient water from the ocean bottom. Joellen Russell wasn’t prepared for the 10-metre wa...
  • Lexus Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car Planned for 2020

    Following in the tire tracks of the Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car, Lexus is planning its own luxury version to arrive by 2020. Speaking with British car magazine Auto Express, Alain Uyttenhoven, head of Lexus Europe said that Lexus is adaptin...
  • McCain to Trump: Don't You Dare Make Peace With Russia!

    Sit down. This is going to shock you. (Not). We reported yesterday on the telephone call between US president-elect Trump and Russian president Putin, where the current and future presidents discussed the need to set aside differences and look to more ...
  • Humans will NOT survive another 1,000 years on Earth, says Stephen Hawking

    Professor Hawking was giving a talk at the Oxford University Union He urged the audience to take an interest in space travel He said: 'we must also continue to go into space for the future of humanity' Humans will not survive anoth...
  • Another Election Loser: Corporate Media

    Liberals had a good laugh this summer when CNN’s Brianna Keilar (8/17/16) insisted to Donald Trump campaign lawyer Michael Cohen that his team was “down” in the race. “Says who?” he asked. Keilar snarked back: “Polls. Most of them. All of...