We just lost another critical climate satellite — Grist

One of climate change’s most important biographers — a 2,700-pound satellite orbiting 450 miles above the surface of the Earth — just recorded its last data point. Earlier this month, the National Snow and Ice Data Center announced that, after nine years and five months in orbit, the satellite known as F17 had stopped transmitting sea…

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Could a giant umbrella made of tiny robots save us from climate chaos? — Grist

We might be able to stop the Earth from overheating by shooting 16 trillion small robots into space to form a huge sunshade, says astronomer Roger Angel. A better idea would be to just stop burning fossil fuels. But since we’re not doing so well on that front, scientists are cooking up various geoengineering scenarios…

via Could a giant umbrella made of tiny robots save us from climate chaos? — Grist

An Open Letter To My Alternate Password — Discover

Katie Hoffman expresses her love for her second password: “You’re the special one, with your nonsensical combination of symbols, numbers, and upper- and lowercase letters. Do you know how many times I’ve clicked, ‘Forgot my password,’ and entered my mother’s middle name and the city I was born for you?”

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The National Weather Service decides to stop yelling at us — Grist

He National Weather Service will stop issuing forecasts in all-caps beginning on May 11. They’ve given us 30 days’ notice to prepare, AND AS YOU CAN SEE, WE ARE FREAKING OUT. All this time, we thought that the nation’s top meteorologists were just a bunch of neurotics. We assumed when they told everyone in Boston at 7 a.m. this…

via The National Weather Service decides to stop yelling at us — Grist

Global leaders are very worried about water shortages — Grist

This story was originally published by Reveal and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Secret conversations between American diplomats show how a growing water crisis in the Middle East destabilized the region, helping spark civil wars in Syria and Yemen, and how those water shortages are spreading to the United States. Classified…

via Global leaders are very worried about water shortages — Grist

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