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Water may be more common than expected at extreme depths within Earth’s lower mantle — approaching 640 kilometres and possibly beyond, a research of diamonds from across the world has found. A new report published today in Science suggests that...
Scientists from the University of Rochester have started to look at an anomaly in the Earth’s magnetic field, coming from the Southern Hemisphere. News of how the Earth’s magnetic field might flip has stirred controversy in the past few months....
NASA’S bold plans to save humanity from the imminent destruction at the hands of rogue asteroids have finally been unveiled. But how will the American space agency attempt to destroy approaching asteroids? An asteroid could fall out of the sky...
Scientists earlier this month detected the strongest fast radio burst (FRB) from outer space since first documenting them in 2007, according to news reports Saturday. FRBs are huge emissions of radio waves that last for a few milliseconds. They happen...
Our ancestors didn't just have inter-species sex with Neanderthals. A new DNA study has found that our forefathers interbred with another mysterious group of hominins, the Denisovans, on at least two occasions. In 2010, scientists announced the discovery of an extinct...
Steve, as it is called by sky watchers and amateur Aurora chasers in Calgary, Canada, is a strand of purple light that extends from east to west. A gang of amateur aurora chasers have helped to discover a new form of...
Scientists from Northwestern University in Illinois, US, created a new dye using strong and conductive graphene, that coats the hair instead of penetrating it to avoid cuticle damage. A materials scientist at Northwestern University, Jiaxing Huang, has a trendy (at...
Mystery dinosaur skeleton to be auctioned in Paris. If you have around 1.8 million euros in Bitcoin knocking around in a wallet somewhere, you could become the lucky owner of a mysterious set of of dinosaur bones that are about...
A new technique developed by scientists at U of T Scarborough is using the same technology behind self-driving cars to measure the size and location of crater impacts on the moon. “When it comes to counting craters on the moon,...
Listen, we know you’re probably inundated with “omigod look at this dog photo” requests all the time, but please, if you only look at one funny dog image today, it needs to be this one. A one-year-old Shih-poo named...

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