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After 40 years Giant Tortoise makes population recovery on island of Espanola

The Giant Tortoise is making a comeback. At one time, there were 15 remaining Giant Tortoises on the island of Espanola. Espanola is one...

NASA prepping an ape-like robot for DARPA

The coming weekend, will see roboticists from different corners of the globe gather in Pomona, CA for taking part in this year’s DARPA Robotics...
Spider

Spiders fly over the ocean using their legs to windsurf across water

Throughout history those who have been on the ocean have described various levels of flying spiders. Some have been in groups, flying through the...

Asian camel crickets outnumber US population, says researchers

You may have seen quite a few crickets before, but a new study suggests that camel crickets are more common in the US than...

NASA declares 2014 as the warmest year on record since 1880 (+video)

2014 tops the chart as the warmest year Earth has ever experience since 1880, confirm two independent and separate analyses performed by NASA and...

Lager Beer yummy taste is because of DNA sequencing of hybrid yeast

Lager beer is loved by people across the globe. Beer aficionados know that the main factor that separates lager and ale is the kind...

NASA recorded MYSTERIOUS HISSES AND WHISTLES for first time in 50 years (+video)

For the first time in the last fifty years, eerie sounds have been recorded by a scientist aboard a NASA student balloon experiment. Last...

Pre-human Little Foot and Lucy coexisted around 3.7 million years ago, says study

A new dating technique has allowed scientists to come up with a fresh birthday for human ancestor Little Foot. Following this discovery, scientists are...

Believe it or not, some good news about Earth is finally here

When it comes to the health of Earth, global warming or climate change play a vital role in maintaining it. However, the news over...

First live birth after autograft of ovarian tissue cryopreserved at age of 14

A 27-year-old woman in Belgium has given birth to a baby using transplanted ovarian tissue that was frozen during her childhood. The woman had...

Mexican free-tailed bats utilize sonar jamming to pursue prey

As it turns out, the Mexican Free-Tailed Bat gets aggressive when it comes to attacking their prey, or hunting down their prey. Even more...

Experts say Phosphorus and Nitrogen Fertilizers compromised Earth’s stability

Experts warned with the release of a study that the Earth is growing closer, and closer to a point of no return, or at...

Prehistoric sea monster with spiky armor discovered in China

A group of scientists taking part in an expedition in South China has recently discovered the fossil of a worm that looked ferocious and...

3 isolated vertebrae of humongous lamniform shark found within Albian-age rocks of Texas

During a recent fossil-based study, researchers have come to know that around 100 million years back, the shallow seas were home to giant sharks...

Scientists going crazy over Dark Matter existence, it has DARK side too

The year 2015 began with a path breaking revelation by Dr. Sabine Hossenfelder, a Stockholm-based theoretical physicist; he suggested that dark matter might be...

Study suggests that Jupiter destroyed early planets

The Kepler spacecraft of NASA, to date, has spotted more than thousand planets outside our solar system. One thing astronomers have found when examining...

Why Florida officials afraid of terms GLOBAL WARMING and CLIMATE CHANGE

Florida has been known to push the political boundaries when it comes to accepting only what the state, and its officials want to accept...

Climate change and humans unwillingness lead to 16% of earth’s species Extinction

Extinction is coming for a massive portion of Earth’s population, says a new study. The study isn’t talking about people, but human life would...
Carbon-Nanofibers

Scientists discovers how to convert atmospheric CO2 to make carbon nanofibers

A group of scientists in the United States have discovered a novel means of taking carbon dioxide or CO2 from the air and making...

Elk herd drown near Pagosa Springs

According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife representatives, the 21 Elk carcasses that were recovered from the Echo Canyon Reservoir were all victims of drowning....

Hydraulic Fracturing enhances climate problems

Hydraulic Fracturing, or the process of injecting liquid at high pressure into subterranean rock, boreholes, etc., so as to force open existing fissures and...

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