Environmental Science and Climate Change

Climate change, environmental conservation, and studies on the impact of human activities on the planet.

Nuclear War: How Close Are We Really?

The origins of nuclear warfare date back to World War II with the Manhattan Project, leading to bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, followed by Cold War arms race, and the current nuclear capabilities of various nations around the world.

The Hottest Temperatures on Earth

Earth's climate has consistently fluctuated over 11,300 years, with notable temperature extremes like Death Valley's 134°F in 1913 and 129.2°F in Mitribah, Kuwait in 2016.

Plastic Island in Ocean: The Unseen Continent Adrift

Plastic Islands are large ocean areas where plastic waste accumulates, the largest being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. They primarily consist of floating debris, microplastics, and larger items like fishing nets.