The Boston Globe's Scare Story On Sea Level Rise Deflated By Its Own Reporting

Energy | Michael Bastasch
A wave crashes over a house after flooding and surge due to a winter nor'easter storm in Marshfield, Massachusetts, U.S. in this still image from video taken on March 3, 2018 obtained from social media. Instagram/JAMES KUKSTIS/via REUTERS

‘Winter storms are a manifestation of winter’

In Secret Speech, Obama Says Questioning Climate Science Is Bad For Democracy

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Former U.S. president Barack Obama speaks at a conference during his first visit to France since he left the White House, Paris, France December 2, 2017. The session, organized by an association called "Les Napoleons" is hosted by Orange CEO Stephane Richard. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

‘I can’t have that same debate’

Reporters Told To Not Report On Obama Speech

Politics | Thomas Phippen
US President Barack Obama gestures for the crowd to keep quiet about his visit to the O&H Danish Bakery to buy kringle pastries so that First Lady Michelle Obama wouldn't find out about the visit, during a town hall event on the economy at Racine Memorial Hall in Racine, Wisconsin, June 30, 2010. (Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Sharing or reporting … will not be permitted’

Scientists Identify A Major Source Of Climate Warming. It's Not CO2

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Global_Warming

‘Warming of the local climate’

Midwest Summers Went Through A Six Decade COOLING Trend

Energy | Michael Bastasch
The sun lights a corn field waiting to be harvested near Akron, Iowa, U.S., October 28, 2017. Picture taken October 28, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

‘This is a really important, excellent study’

Here's The Inconvenient Truth Behind MIT's Study Linking Hurricane Harvey To Global Warming

Energy | Michael Bastasch
NOAA's GOES East satellite capture of Hurricane Harvey shows the storm making landfall shortly after 8:00pm CDT on August 25, 2017 on the mid-Texas coast. Now at category 4 strength, Harvey's maximum sustained winds had increased to 130 miles per hour. (Photo by NASA/NOAA GOES Project via Getty Images)

The media didn’t care to examine the facts

Scientists Create First Genetically Engineered Human Embryos In US

Energy | Andrew Follett
Science, chemistry, technology, biology and people concept - young scientists with test tube and microscope making research in clinical laboratory (Shutterstock/Syda Productions)

‘It is proof of principle that it can work’

Report: Up To 100 Solar Power Companies Are On Verge Of Bankruptcy

Energy | Andrew Follett
One of the largest solar companies in the country must pay tens of millions of dollars in fines. (Shutterstock/ Lightboxx)

50 companies have already folded in 2017

Disgruntled Climate Scientist Threatens Legal Action Against Researchers Who Criticized Him

Energy | Andrew Follett
Malicious prosecution, documents and gavel on a table. (Shutterstock/designer491)

‘We have not attacked him. All the vitriol has come from his side.’

MIT: Advanced Nuclear Reactors Have 'Big Promise' To Revive Industry

Energy | Andrew Follett
Atom molecule in hands . Mixed media (Shutterstock/Sergey Nivens)

‘An enormous advantage’

Sex Robots Are Here And Could Change Society Forever

US | Eric Lieberman
A woman kisses an artificially intelligent robot. [Shutterstock - Willyam Bradberry]

‘Robots to be fairly normal as friends, partners, lovers’

Navy Study Says Wind Turbines Could Disrupt Military Operations

Energy | Andrew Follett
Satellite dishes (Shutterstock/Dariush M)

‘Radar detection may be significantly degraded’

A Giant Asteroid Will Come Extremely Close To Earth In 2029, And Impact 'Can't Be Ruled Out'

Energy | Andrew Follett
Attack of the asteroid on the Earth "Elements of this image furnished by NASA (Shutterstock/ muratart)

‘We cannot predict the behavior’

Solar Power Stops Working Well When It's Hot Outside

Energy | Andrew Follett
solar heater, money dollars flying from the sky, 3d rendering (Shutterstock/kostasgr)

‘Makes no financial sense for a consumer’

MIT Kicks Students Out Of Dorm Popular With Minorities Because Half Its Residents Don't Graduate On Time

Education | Rob Shimshock
A man walks through Killian Court at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., May 13, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

‘…significant concerns about issues of illegal drug use…’

MIT Researchers Develop Tattoo Ink That Can Track Your Health

Tech | Hollis Poch
Photographer Chris Padgett poses for a portrait at a tattoo studio in Beverly, Massachusetts, March 7, 2014. Padgett recently completed a portrait project focussing on individuals who received tattoos to remember the 2013 Boston Marathon terror attacks. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter

‘This is the first demonstration of a tattoo-based sensor’

New Tech Could Bring Coal Power Roaring Back To Life

Energy | Andrew Follett
A dirty coalminer displays a lump of coal as a power and energy source. Shutterstock/Joe Belanger

40% more efficient than conventional coal plants

Economist Uncovers 'The Latest Solar Scam' In Minnesota

Energy | Andrew Follett
Solar Panels (Shutterstock/Lightboxx)

The scam isn’t even generating much electricity