CSU In The News Archive

Flash Cure For Road Rage?

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Colorado State University psychologist Jerry Deffenbacher, who studies angry drivers, agrees that road rage sometimes occurs because motorists simply misinterpret the intentions of others.

Warming gains converts

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Hurricane activity in the North Atlantic Ocean naturally waxes and wanes about every 30 years. It’s been on an upswing since 1995, triggered not by global warming but by routine changes in the temperature and saltiness of the ocean, according …

Creature comforts

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We’re not suggesting you go out and buy your dog a new heart valve just because Lance Armstrong spent $10,000 patching up his pup at Colorado State University. But it did get us thinking that there are plenty of other …

Global warming activists turn storms into spin

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Science doesn’t support a link between global warming and recent hurricane activity, notes Max Mayfield, director of the National Hurricane Center. Katrina and Rita are part of a natural cycle. The increase in number and intensity of storms since 1995 …