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Commerce Secretary Nominee Open to Raising Taxes to Fund Climate Change Agenda

Commerce Secretary Nominee Open to Raising Taxes to Fund Climate Change Agenda

Commerce Secretary-nominee Gina Raimondo is open to raising taxes on the middle class, saying we "need funds" for President Joe Biden's climate agenda. RNC Research tweeted the clip of Raimondo's comments at her nomination hearing before the Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday. "We do need to meet the climate change challenge, and we need funds for improved infrastructure, better roads, safer roads, safer bridges, which also creates jobs," Raimondo told Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., when asked about Transportation Secretary-nominee Peter Buttigieg's proposal of a gas tax to raise money for...

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Mauna Loa, The World’s Biggest Volcano, Is Waking Up And It’s Time To Prep For An Eruption

Mauna Loa, The World’s Biggest Volcano, Is Waking Up And It’s Time To Prep For An Eruption

...© 2021 Forbes Media LLC. All Rights ReservedThis site uses cookiesContinue to SiteTo give you a great browsing experience free of charge, this site uses cookies. Cookies help us personalize content and ads, provide social media features,track your preferences, and analyze traffic. Forbes may share this information with its advertising, analytics, and social media partners, who may use itwith information you have provided to them in connection with their services.For more information: To consent and proceed, click "Continue to Site."Mar 12, 2021,Scientists monitoring the unsettled...

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Mars hides an ancient ocean beneath its surface

Mars hides an ancient ocean beneath its surface

New research finds a surprising amount of water locked away in the red planet.For decades, scientists have speculated about what may have happened to all the , which is believed to have been a substantially wetter planet eons ago. Some water can be found frozen in the Martian polar ice caps, but new research indicates there's also a shocking amount of water in Mars. The discovery could have a major impact on developing plans to harvest water for a future human presence on the red planet.It's been largely presumed that as Mars' ancient atmosphere was gradually sucked out into space, much of...

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Harvard scientist Avi Loeb more sure than ever we were visited by alien spacecraft

Harvard scientist Avi Loeb more sure than ever we were visited by alien spacecraft

The renowned scientist made waves claiming the interstellar object Oumuamua might be extraterrestrial. Now he's doubling down.Professor Avi Loeb has had a pioneering career in astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology. He's authored hundreds of academic papers on topics from black holes to the early days of the universe, collaborated on projects with the legendary Stephen Hawking and for almost a decade, longer than anyone in the department's history. But despite an impressive resume that runs deep inside some of the world's most revered institutions, Loeb has found himself at odds with the...

Feb 4
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NASA says we should search for aliens by looking for their pollution

NASA says we should search for aliens by looking for their pollution

New research funded by the space agency suggests next-generation telescopes might be able to see the emissions of far-flung smokestacks.We know the galaxy is home to plenty of potentially habitable exoplanets, but to determine whether anything is actually living on these worlds scientists hope to spot some sign of life, a so-called biosignature or technosignature. New research out of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland suggests searching for alien pollution as one such indicator. "Observing NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) on a habitable planet could potentially indicate the presence of an...

Feb 11
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NASA's Perseverance Mars rover landing will be must-see TV

NASA's Perseverance Mars rover landing will be must-see TV

We and our partners use cookies to understand how you use our site, improve your experience and serve you personalized content and advertising. Read about how we use cookies and your choices . By continuing to use this site, you accept these cookies.AcceptRejectUpdate ConsentThe next robot on Mars will touch down in a few weeks, and the views will be truly otherworldly.NASA is about 10 days away from , and for the first time, we'll be able to see and hear what it's like to touch down on another world. Perseverance is due to land in Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, becoming the first artificial...

Feb 10
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Reykjanes Volcano In Iceland Erupts In Fountains Of Lava

Reykjanes Volcano In Iceland Erupts In Fountains Of Lava

BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Mar 19, 2021,After several weeks of heightened seismic activity on , a volcanic eruption has finally begun, not far from the island nation’s capital city.“The eruption was first seen on a web camera,” writes the Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) in . “It was also confirmed on thermal satellite imagery.”The above photo from the Icelandic Coast Guard showed lava erupting from a fissure and beginning to flow. Video footage also shows fountains of lava bursting forth from the fissure:According to initial information from IMO, the fissure is...

Mar 19
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Harvard scientist Avi Loeb more sure than ever we were visited by alien spacecraft

Harvard scientist Avi Loeb more sure than ever we were visited by alien spacecraft

Avi Loeb made waves claiming interstellar object Oumuamua might be extraterrestrial. Now he's doubling down on the idea.Avi Loeb has had a pioneering career in astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology. He's authored hundreds of academic papers on topics like black holes and the early days of the universe, collaborated on projects with Stephen Hawking and for almost a decade, longer than anyone in the department's history. But despite an impressive resume that runs deep inside some of the world's most revered institutions, Loeb has found himself at odds with the mainstream of science in recent...

Jan 26
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SpaceX Starship SN9 test fires ahead of next high-altitude flight

SpaceX Starship SN9 test fires ahead of next high-altitude flight

SN9 is on deck to boldly follow in the footsteps of SN8, which bravely sacrificed itself in the name of iteration.The latest SpaceX Starship prototype has some fresh Raptor engines and continues getting prepped for another test firing before a high-altitude test flight. , which is identified by the serial number SN9, underwent a series of three static test fires on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Afterward, two of its three engines required slight repairs and would be switched out. That took place over the weekend and next up will be the test-firing of the newly refreshed SN9.The latest airspace...

Jan 21
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Space-launched missiles are the best protection from asteroids, astronomer says

Space-launched missiles are the best protection from asteroids, astronomer says

Planetary protection starts beyond the planet.An Italian astronomer says the best defense against potential killer asteroids from space is solid offense, also based in space. The notion of protecting the planet from menacing space rocks by blasting them with missiles is an old trope of science and disaster fiction, but has been arguing for decades now that where those missiles are launched from matters. Maccone, both an astronomer and a mathematician, the basics of how missiles stationed at Earth-moon -- spots in space where the gravity of the Earth and moon effectively cancel each other...

Mar 25
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