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Researchers are surmising that a weird hole on the Martian surface could actually harbor life. A strange funnel-like crevice on Mars has come under the focus of science and scientists. They are searching for alien life forms that might emerge...
Nature already dramatically impacted by climate change, study reveals. It seems like the scourge of climate change is wreaking havoc with the delicate balance of Mother Nature. Global average temperatures have risen by about 1°C since 1880. But just one...
Searching for warmer waters to spend the winter in, manatees are on the move. That could mean in coastal areas the traveling aquatic mammals could pose a risk for boaters. Seasonal protection zones along Sunshine State waterways go into effect...
NASA has unveiled a new time-lapse video that shows how clouds of methane gas streamed across the northern region of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, last month. There is one big difference: Methane is the main ingredient for Titan's clouds, while...
Two Brazilian fossils some 230 million years ago that have just been officially presented to the scientific community are helping to understand how dinosaurs appeared on the planet and branched out into various species. In two words: very slowly. That...
Aging bonobos get farsighted, and their social lives suffer for it. Scientists figured this out by spying on a colony of 14 wild bonobos living in a reserve in the Democratic Republic of Congo. When the primates groomed their companions,...
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft took a video of methane clouds moving across Saturn’s moon, Titan. From October 29 to October 30, Cassini snapped an infrared picture of Titan’s smoggy northern hemisphere, currently in its summer season, every 20 minutes for 11...
The Royal Canadian navy is to investigate claims that a diver may have found “the lost nuke” – a Mark IV bomb that went missing off the coast of Canada since 1950, after an American B-36 bomber crashed in...
The textbook giant-impact theory goes like this: late in the formation of the Solar System came the giant-impact phase, when hot protoplanets collided with each other. The moon is relatively big compared to the planet it orbits, and it’s made...
Scientists using spinach as a bomb detector which relays warnings to humans via their smartphones. This is one of the first demonstrations of engineering electronic systems into plants, an approach that the researchers call “plant nanobionics.” “The goal of plant nanobionics...

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