Christopher Carbone, New York Post

Christopher Carbone

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Past articles by Christopher:

Heat waves have become more frequent and intense since the 1950s

Heat waves are increasing in intensity and frequency in most parts of the world since the 1950s, a new study has found. Published on Friday in the journal... → Read More

Black workers hit Facebook with class action complaint alleging discrimination and bias

A group of black workers filed a class action charge against Facebook, alleging that the company discriminates against African-American workers in hiring, promotions, evaluations and pay. → Read More

MIT pulls massive AI dataset over racist, misogynistic content

MIT permanently took down its 80 Million Tiny Images dataset—a popular image database used to train machine learning systems to identify people and objects in an environment—because it used a range of racist, misogynistic, and other offensive terms to label photos. → Read More

Amid Facebook boycott over hate speech, ads for 530 brands set to disappear from platform

Advertisements for 530 brands -- including Unilever, Adidas, White Castle, Starbucks and Coca-Cola -- are set to disappear from Facebook starting today as the Stop Hate for Profit boycott campaign gets going. → Read More

Mystery of how flying snakes move is solved by scientists

Flying snakes are able to undulate their bodies as they glide through the air, and those unique movements allow them to take flight, scientists have... → Read More

South Pole has been warming 3 times faster than rest of the world for decades

The South Pole has warmed more than three times the global rate for the past three decades, a new study reports. Scientists involved in the study, which was... → Read More

Satellites document coronavirus impact in new initiative from NASA, Japan, Europe

In addition to being a public health crisis, COVID-19 has also had a dramatic impact on the environment and the economy. Three space agencies — NASA, the... → Read More

Boston bans police from using facial recognition tech

Boston has banned police from using facial recognition technology, becoming the second-largest US community to do so. The city council unanimously voted on... → Read More

Lost continent of Zealandia revealed in detailed new map

Deep beneath the Pacific Ocean, most of the remnants of a 2 million square foot lost continent known as Zealandia have fascinated scientists since 2017. Now,... → Read More

Amazon launches Counterfeit Crimes Unit to work with police in fight against fraudsters

Amazon is launching a new unit to crack down on counterfeit goods, the company announced Wednesday. → Read More

Large hybrid sea turtle partakes in ‘race’ near Florida Keys

A rare hybrid hawksbill-green sea turtle is taking part in a long-distance online "race" following the migration of sea turtles over three months. → Read More

Over 1,600 Google employees call on company to end police contracts

As protests against police brutality and systemic racism continue across the country, Google employees are demanding that their company overhaul its... → Read More

Researchers form international group to track lockdown impact on wildlife

The worldwide lockdown prompted by the coronavirus pandemic can provide us with valuable insights into how humans and wildlife interact, according to... → Read More

Black hole bounty captured at center of Milky Way galaxy in NASA image

Astronomers have found evidence for thousands of black holes near the center of the Milky Way galaxy using data from NASA’s Chandray X-ray... → Read More

World’s largest reptile egg discovered on Antarctica

The largest reptile egg in the world has been found on Antarctica. The gigantic egg, which measures more than 11 inches long and 7 inches wide, was apparently... → Read More

You can’t hear the difference between sick and healthy coughs, study finds

Coughing in public has become something that turns heads, prompts people to switch seats on mass transit and sparks anxiety. That’s one unfortunate... → Read More

Ancient megalodon shark tooth as large as a human hand found in South Carolina

A woman in South Carolina found a huge ancient megalodon shark tooth that weighs a pound., Jessica Rose-Standafer Owens spotted a large chunk of gray tooth... → Read More

How swarms of autonomous insect robots could help explore other planets

Swarms of robotic insects could someday help us explore other planetary realms. A researcher at California State University, Northridge mechanical engineering... → Read More

Scientists condemn racism in #StrikeforBlackLives action worldwide

Thousands of people in the scientific community are planning a #StrikeforBlackLives on Wednesday as part of the ongoing global protests against racism and... → Read More

'Flying taxi' drone that can travel at 80 miles per hour shown off in China

Flying to work, anyone? → Read More