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The foundations of life may have formed in cold environments, not hot or temperant

The scientific debate over the origins of life have found support for molecular formation and replication in boiling hot deep-sea hydrothermal vents and volcanic hot springs, as well as the warm little ponds postulated by Darwin. Now comes evidence for the other end of the temperature spectrum, the very...

Natural gas development poses a risk of enhancing GHG emissions due to "leakage", note new studies

Several prior posts have noted the greenhouse impact of methane (aka natural gas); it has many times the warming effect as carbon dioxide (CO2), which seems to be the focus of so much discussion about global warming. The posts have focused on the numerous "natural" sources of methane emissions...