Scientists Propose Cloning a Wooly Mammoth -- to Help Avert Global Warming

Scientists at Harvard University have proposed a plan to re-introduce the woolly mammoth to its former natural habitat of the Siberian tundra. While there are currently no individual prehistoric pachyderms that would be used to populate this proposed Pleistocene Park, the researchers are looking at cloning the mammoths needed to pursue the project. That, and the project has a motive that one might not expect: They plan to help curb global warming with the re-introduction of the previously extinct species.
Scientists have discovered a reliable way to extract renewable energy from ordinary seawater. The research team, from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne's Laboratory of Nanoscale Biology in Switzerland, employed a natural process called osmosis, where a fluid permeates through a membrane from one side to another.

A new and somewhat radical theory has been proposed by an international group of researchers, in that the center of the Milky Way galaxy might turn out to be a giant wormhole, with the mouth of the wormhole possibly spanning the breadth of the entire galaxy.


In many ways, I’m sad about publishing this journal entry—sad not because I have been wrong about something, but because I have been so very right. And what have I been right about? Very simply, climate change. From the publication of Nature’s End in 1985 through the Key and Superstorm, I have been right.

One of the notable aspects of climate change that has been observed is the further toward the poles one looks, the more pronounced global warming's impact becomes. While the tropics have warmed somewhat, average temperatures in the Artic have soared: the North...

An exoplanet 320 light-years from Earth has been found in a trinary star system, photographed by the ESO Very Large Telescope in Chile. Aside from having the distinction of being one of mere handful of exoplanets that have been directly imaged, the pla...


This concludes Anne's Diary. Her first entry was posted on April 6, 2000, her last on July 27, 2015. She loved her diary, and thought that this collection of essays, more than anything else she did, gave expression to her mind and heart. Her first entry was entitled "Typical Radio Show Day," and her last, "...



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