Two Kennedy brothers rescued a sea turtle, feds upset
Animal Planet’s show ‘Mermaids: The Body Found’ is apparently ‘wildly convincing’
‘In the past, we’ve had a lot of regulations based on bad science, and that has really left a bad taste in everyone’s mouth’
NOAA sought magician, now wants plans to disappear
The federal government impedes scientific inquiry.
It’s no longer enough to be thin. Now we need to be sustainably, organically, progressively thin.
Don’t worry: New York City isn’t going to be underwater anytime soon.
Next year’s model, priced at $3,500, features a sonar device that builds 3D maps of water currents
The commission concluded that the administration lagged in its initial response, played down projections and injected politics into the response
If another White House stimulus program doesn’t wipe us out first, a massive sun storm might.
The administration plans to subject America’s oceans, rivers, bays, estuaries and Great Lakes to federal zoning.
Dr. Bill Lehr told investigators that a report claiming that nearly three-quarters of the oil from the Gulf spill has already been addressed was not released by scientists
NOAA official: Roughly three-quarters of spilled oil still in Gulf
BP and the Unified Command Center’s cleanup staff said that they have searched for the oil, but haven’t been able to find it
Penn State University just exonerated Professor Michael Mann for wrongdoing related to Climategate. While that good news for Mann is no surprise, it came at a dear cost to Penn State – its integrity
Chairmen heard testimony from local citizens over their overwhelming disagreement with the federal government
Welcoming the fishy odor - The Times-Picayune
Pascagoula lab tests fish samples on daily basis
Those shorelines will probably see tar balls in the months ahead, NOAA finds. Also, skimming boats prepare to go back to work, and efforts to help turtles and migrating birds are announced
Water samples from the Gulf of Mexico have confirmed low concentrations of oil below the surface