The Weakening Pulse of Life

Research reveals Earth’s magnetic field was 30 times weaker 600 million years ago, possibly influencing the rise of complex life by affecting atmospheric oxygen levels.

In Venusian Skies

Venus’s clouds, rich in sulphuric acid and iron minerals, significantly influence its atmosphere and weather patterns.

Sulphuric Shadows

Particulate matter pollution from coal power plants, has resulted in approximately 460,000 deaths in the United States over the past two decades.

Death’s Dirty Hands

Fine particle air pollution poses a far greater cardiovascular death risk for Black Americans than White, despite recent reductions.

Pollution’s Rhythm

The air we breathe can impact our heart’s rhythm, increasing the risk of sudden heart disruptions like arrhythmia and emphasising the need for reducing pollution levels and taking measures to protect those at risk.

Buzzing Electricity

Aerial insects carry an electric charge, with some insects, such as honeybees having a similar effect on atmospheric electricity as weather events.

Traces in the Fog

Born into violence: the offspring of mixed aggressions, traces of sickly silver quickly infiltrate our atmosphere. Toxic clouds that sail the zephyrs, spurting their entrails

Warming Clouds

Between synthetic, parallel lines drawn across artificially constructed maps, the clouds begin to form. Climbing upwards like giant anvils of cotton candy, a trick of

Secreted Shiptracks

Drifting beside western coasts of uncovered continents, metallic leviathans stretch their sunken limbs. Hinged jaws spitting sulphurous seeds that linger beneath the ether; clouds condensing

The Cost of Shale

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