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How airborne microplastics affect climate change. Views expressed in this science-technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Accessed on 21 October 2021, 0005 UTC. Content provided by "Scientific American:  Today In Science." Source:   https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgzGlkXsfGdlWLRpFGHfQPlblMklb Please scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info Trouble viewing?  View in your browser.   View all Scientific American  publications . October 20, 2021 Climate Change How Airborne Microplastics Affect Climate Change Like other aerosols, these tiny particles scatter and absorb sunlight, influencing Earth’s temperature By Andrea Thompson        CLIMATE CHANGE Vapor Storms Are Threatening People and Property More moisture in a warmer atmosphere is fueling intense hurricanes and flooding rains By Jennifer A. Francis   ETHICS Will Giving COVID Booster Shots Make It Harder to Vaccinat
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Hunter's Blood Moon and Orionid Meteor Shower. Views expressed in this science-technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Accessed on 20 October 2021, 1321 UTC. Content supplied by "SciTechDaily.com." Source:   https://scitechdaily.com/ Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info SPACE   OCTOBER 20, 2021 Don’t Miss: Hunter’s, Blood Moon and Orionid Meteor Shower The Next Full Moon is the Hunter’s Moon; the Travel, Dying Grass, Sanguine, or Blood Moon; Shared Purnima; Pavarana; the full Moon of the Thadingyut… READ MORE BIOLOGY New Mechanism Discovered for Muscle Regeneration HEALTH Powerful COVID-19 Research Tool: Scientists Create Noninfectious Versions of SARS-CoV-2 TECHNOLOGY New Hydrogel Tablet Can Rapidly Purify Contaminated Water HEALTH New Study Reveals COVID’s Crushing Impact on Public Health EARTH Consensus Revisited: Do Scientists Still Believe in An