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Simply put, your circadian rhythm is your body's internal clock. Operating on a roughly 24-hour cycle, it governs our sleep-wake cycle and plays a large part in everything from hormone release to body temperature.
We can't force sleep on ourselves. But we can create the ideal conditions for a long, restful night's sleep, and a comfortable morning wake up.
Ted Cruz, the junior U.S. senator from Texas and first official contender for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination
Wives and husbands take note, I am here to tell you that those thermostat wars waging right now are one day going to be reversed. Husbands who like their house a bit chilly -- just wait till middle age and you will finally get your way, just when you may want it a bit toastier.
The last time the official temperature in Alaska's largest city read below zero was Dec. 26, 2013, according to National Weather Service records.
Perhaps the threat of our children not having a suitable planet to inhabit, deadly storms related to sea level rise, or enough water to drink might be the impetus to change?
Peterson said historical records of average temperatures, used by everyone from farmers planning crops to companies deciding
Our story of the cozy partnership between political leaders and the fossil fuel industry now moves to Wyoming, where the state has moved to block the efforts by 26 states to modernize the science curriculum taught in our nation's schools.
First of all the hiatus we are currently experiencing has happened previously. Each time, the upward climb in global temperatures has paused for a period of years and then resumed its ascent.
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The polar vortex has had a direct effect on Niagara Falls, freezing one of the massive waterfalls.
The weather this past week wasn't just about cold temperatures; it was about cold temperatures in one place and warm ones in another.
The polar vortex plunged much of the Midwest into Antarctica-like temperatures on Monday. Chicago, Detroit and Minneapolis
By Alister Doyle and Michael Szabo The IPCC said the pace of temperature rises at the Earth's surface has slowed slightly
And now for some good news: Despite headlines, we can't be sure when our goose will be cooked.
"Is the climate changing?" is not the big climate question one of the world's most respected scientific journals is seeking to address. Instead, the question they attempt to address is: What does climate change mean for us, for our ecosystems, for the globe?
Fire is a natural part of a process of destruction and regeneration that keeps a forest diverse and healthy. By suppressing fires in the forest, we weren't putting an end to fires, we were just putting off the inevitable.
A paper appeared in Nature Geoscience describing yet another temperature reconstruction. But this one has a unique twist. There are some fascinating insights here about how regions of the globe can at times vary in unison and at other times go off in their own direction.