Lynn Margulis is Professor of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts. She is best known for her theory of symbiogenesis, which challenges the central tenets of neo-Darwinism. She is also widely known for her contribution to the Gaia hypothesis, the theory that the Earth and its living beings function as a self-regulating system.
Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Professor of Education and Sociology at American University, is Director of Research at the Center for University Excellence, where she runs the Polarization and Extremism Research and Innovation Lab.
In the longer term, oil and gas prices look set to rise unless investment picks up sharply, which seems unlikely given current policy guidance. Giant waves of supply and demand shocks will likely continue to roil energy markets and the global economy.
predicts further waves of supply and demand shocks in global oil and gas markets.
The American public has been alarmed and aroused by the US Supreme Court's growing extremism. But voters need to recognize the Court's radical majority for what it is: part of a carefully laid plan to turn the US into a repressive regime.
fears that the radicalization of the US Supreme Court is part of a larger plan to create a repressive regime.