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Uncertainties about climate compensation fund trigger skepticism
“A loss and damage fund has been established and that’s important on its own, but it’s an empty vessel,” Morgan Bazilian, a public policy professor at the Colorado School of Mines, told The Hill.
November 22, 2022
Geologists remember 1882 earthquake known as Colorado's Big One
“It knocked out power here in Denver. Knocked the generators right off of their seating,” said Matt Morgan, Director of the Colorado Geological Survey (CGS).
November 12, 2022
We Asked a Very Smart Metallurgist All of Our Very Stupid Questions About the Vibranium in ‘Wakanda Forever'
And so, we reached out to renowned metallurgist Suveen Mathaudhu from the Colorado School of Mines. He has actually done some consulting work for Marvel — to say nothing of how he proved Neil deGrasse Tyson wrong on the weight of Thor’s hammer.
November 11, 2022