Levees Make Mississippi River Floods Worse, But We Keep Building ThemEnlarge this image toggle caption Cliff Schiappa/AP Cliff Schiappa/APFloods on the Mississippi River are getting more frequent and more severe.
The world’s largest amphibian is being bred to extinctionThe world’s largest amphibian—the Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus, pictured)—should be split into at least five species, all of which are critically endangered in the wild, according to a new study.
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“While losses like these are difficult, they are not uncommon among red wolf litters.”The museum has now closed its red wolf exhibit to the public in order to minimize any potential additional stress on the family.
Aharonov’s approach is called the two-state-vector formalism (TSVF) of quantum mechanics, and postulates quantum events are in some sense determined by quantum states not just in the past—but also in the future.