Today on Planet 100: The Scientific Sex (Video)

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Today, on Planet 100, women are proven to the be more scientific of the sexes, the Huffington Post showcases green game changers, and James Cameron announces his plans to film Avatar 2 at the bottom of the ocean.Women: The Scientific Sex
A new study reveals that women are more likely than men to support the scientific consensus that global warming is caused by humans.

Sociologist Aaron McCright and associate professor at Michigan State University spent eight years analyzing data to perform one of the first in-depth studies on how men and women think about climate change. He found the difference between men and women's concerns on climate change is most likely explained by characteristics people learn as part of their gender.

Masculinity is associated with detachment, control and mastery, while femininity stresses attachment, empathy and care.

Read more: Why American Women Accept Climate Change Science More Than Men
Green Game Changers
This week, HuffPost launched our game changers series, where we honor innovators and influencers—we've picked ten people in the green world who've really made a difference.

2010 has been an incredible year for news, and we're honoring people like EPA administrator Lisa Jackson, Dolphin warrior Ric O'Barry, marine toxicologist Riki Ott and funny, earth-loving Steven Colbert.

Check out the full list at HuffPost green at help us pick who's the ultimate game changer.

Via: Huffington Post
Cameron Goes Deep
BP may have said no thanks to James Cameron's under water expertise, but this hasn't deterred the ambitious director from commissioning an ultra-deep-sea submarine for 3D filming at the bottom of the Mariana Trench (some 11,000 meters down) for the Avatar sequel.

Read more: James Cameron Wants to Film Parts of Avatar 2 at the Bottom of the Sea
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