PETA wants larger rat population for Chicago

The city of Chicago has finally received permission from the Environmental Protection Agency to use dry ice to kill the city’s growing rat population. According to The Daily Caller, during August of last year, the city implemented a program to use dry ice that would suffocate underground rats while boxes filled with rodent food laced…

Genetically modified algae could help protect coral reefs

With all of the concerns about ocean acidification, one consequence is a process known as coral bleaching. The phenomenon occurs due to changes in ocean temperatures which has been attributed to human-induced climate change. No matter what one’s views are about human-caused climate change, coral bleaching results in coral reefs dying which has a detrimental…