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Environment

African Smoke Found to Fertilize the Amazon Rainforest and Earth’s Oceans

A new study led by researchers at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Miami…

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Environment

We Just Found A New Way to Destroy Earth: It’s Called Deep Sea Mining

People of the world, our planet’s oceans are now facing a new industrial frontier, as mankind sets out to mine…

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Space

15 Discoveries on Mars That Changed Everything We Thought We Knew About the Red Planet

Mankind is on the verge of exploring the entire solar system, paving the way for colonization. In our journey to…

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Environment

Catastrophic Failure in Earth’s Global Systems Caused the Dinosaurs Extinction and We May go the Same Way

“Why did the dinosaurs die out?” The consensus, among paleontologists and dinosaur crazy seven-year-olds alike, seems to be that about…

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Environment

Scientists Warn: Antarctica Could Turn Green due to Global Warming

Climate Change is a dangerous phenomenon mankind has ignored for far too long. According to a  new study, we need…

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Space

Asteroids May Have Transported Building Blocks For LIFE to Mars

According to a new study, asteroid impacts on Mars may have transported the building blocks needed for life to the…

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Science

Mystery Patterns Photographed on the Surface of Mars

The image was taken on 8 February 2019 and is centered at 26.36ºN/56.96ºE. North is up. It’s not aliens, it’s…

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Planet Earth

This Recently Found Siberian Plant Could Hold Key to Bioenergy

Climate change is an urgent threat to societies around the world, driven by carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels such…

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Planet Earth

2018 Was The Fourth Hottest Year On Record Confirms NASA

Earth’s global surface temperatures in 2018 were the fourth warmest since 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the…

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Planet Earth

Earth’s Largest Extinction Event First Wiped Out Plant Life

If you went back in time some 525 million years ago, you’d come across one of the greatest—if not THE…

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