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David Meade, who spoke about the doomsday, has now said that the "end of the world will begin from October 21." The day before he foretold the apocalyptic prophecy, Meade said he expects “nothing to happen in September”, according to...
The hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth was 2,370°C (4,298°F) – just shy of half the sun’s temperature, scientists have discovered. The discovery, which was published in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters, focused on the formation of cubic...
"Arminisaurus is significant because it dates from a timeframe early in the Jurassic, during which we have very few identifiable plesiosaur fossils," said researcher Benjamin Kear. Researchers have identified a new long-necked marine reptile species of the early Jurassic. The 190...
Researchers found a crocodile ancestor they say was the 'top predator' in Texas It lived 95 to 100 million years ago and could grow to around 20 feet long A team including the University of Tennessee, Knoxville's Stephanie Drumheller-Horton has...
Basi the panda was an athletic mascot who could ride a bike, dunk a ball through a lowered basketball hoop and twirl a baton. A memorial will be held on Saturday for the world's oldest captive panda Basi who died at...
Despite being an important tool for understanding ancient species, fossilised hair is five times rarer than feathers, a new study reveals. "This pattern of where and when we do find fossilized feathers and hairs can be used to inform where...
The village on a remote island in British Columbia is estimated to be 14,000 years old - three times older than the Egyptian pyramids. And incredible finds beneath the mud on tiny Triquet Island include spears, fishing hooks and fire-lighting...
Astronomers hunting for signs of intelligent alien life in the universe have recorded 15 mysterious radio signals coming from a dwarf galaxy three billion light years away. Using the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia, scientists with the Breakthrough Listen...
Study suggests that an extreme global warming event 56 million years ago was driven by massive CO2 emissions from volcanoes during the formation of the North Atlantic. The study, published in Nature, used a combination of new geochemical measurements and...
How antidepressants are ending up in Great Lakes fish? Human antidepressants are building up in the brains of bass, walleye and several other fish common to the Great Lakes region, scientists say. In a new study, researchers detected high concentrations...

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Hey ISIS, You Suck: Local Muslims Post Anti-ISIS Billboard

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