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Exclusive from New Scientist Print Edition. Subscribe and get 4 free issues. Bob Holmes Humans are undoubtedly the most dominant species the Earth has ever known. In just a few thousand years we have swallowed up more than a third of the planet's land for our cities, farmland and pastures. By some

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Jan 23, 2017 · The New Scientist also writes on efforts to archive climate data: Fears that data could be misused or altered have prompted crowd-sourcing to back up federal climate and environmental data, including Climate Mirror, a distributed volunteer effort supported by the Internet Archive and the Universities of Pennsylvania and Toronto.

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Carborandum Edward Goodrich Acheson (1856-1931), inventor of carborundum, was born in Washington, Pennsylvania on March 9, 1856. Carborandum, a substance he developed in his laboratory, became known as a highly effective abrasive used in manufacturing and was an important influence during the industrial era.

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Overall, we rate New Scientist Pro-Science and Very High for factual reporting due to strong sourcing and a clean fact check record. Detailed Report Factual Reporting: VERY HIGH Country: United Kingdom World Press Freedom Rank: UK 33/180 History New Scientist is a UK-based weekly English-language international science magazine, founded in 1956.