Ethan Coffel

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If you are particularly unlucky, you may have at some point found yourself “bumped” from a flight – that is to say, you were kicked off and most likely left stranded.

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I recently listened to a BBC documentary about transatlantic travel that started with the correspondent’s experience on a flight from the U.S.

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Climate change has made the news recently with the announcement that the EPA will require a 30 percent reduction (from 2005 levels) in carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. power plants by 2030.

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Around the time of the summer 2008 Olympics in Beijing, we started to hear about air pollution in Chinese cities

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The world’s mystery for the last month has been the fate of Malaysia Airlines flight 370, which vanished on March 8 shortly after departing Kuala Lumpur on a routine, twice-daily flight to Beijing.

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Many scientific fields rarely show up in the news. And, when they do, they do not generate controversy.

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Most flights have at least a few minutes of bumpiness (in my experience, always as the food is served). Some of us think it’s interesting and perhaps fun – but most flyers, of course, do not.

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It was cold enough in Chicago last Monday to freeze the deicing fluid (propyl

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