The green news this morning makes us want to watch “Spaceballs.”
- Could an air vacuum fix Beijing’s smog? (Cue mental image of giant spaceship-turned-vacuum cleaner…) (Grist)
- Two rarely seen oarfish have washed up on California’s coast this month — are they trying to tell us something? (The Daily Beast)
- Even edible plants like morels, rhubarb and potatoes have enough toxins to make us sick. (NPR)
- One of the largest inland oil spills in the U.S. raises detection concerns. (New York Times)
- The most distant galaxy yet (and it’s head-spinningly far away) has been discovered by a team of international scientists. (BBC News)
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