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Volcanic Thunder Recorded by Scientists in Alaska

A volcanic thunder is the name given to the sound produced by an erupting volcano. It is, in fact, a…

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Nova Scotia Bans Cat Declawing

In a surprising move, Nova Scotia has become the first of the Canadian provinces to ban cat declawing. This happened…

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African Tools Reveal Things about Human Technological Innovation

A mere 20 years ago, plenty of archaeologists thought that around 40,000 – 50,000 years ago there was a human…

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The Kepler Space Telescope is Slowly Dying – What Happens Then?

Since the Kepler Space Telescope is circling the sun at a distance of about 94 million miles from our planet,…

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The Red Spot from Jupiter is Getting Taller as it Shrinks

The Red Spot from Jupiter has been studied by researchers for centuries. Most of the people don’t even know that…

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A Baby Might Get Born with Birth Defects if the Mother has the Zika Virus

The Zika virus is a virus that is mostly transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes. There have been some researchers about this,…

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Aurora in Southern Canada has been Nicknamed STEVE

In the world of science there never seems to be a moment where things just stay still without any new…

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Water from Plastic Bottles Could be Contaminated?

Nowadays, people prefer to drink bottled water because they consider it safer and cleaner. Another advantage is consisted by the…

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Astronomers have Discovered a Galaxy with Stars Born Billions of Years Ago

Milky Way is very mysterious; it hosts constellations with a lot of secrets. Scientists say that the Universe is so…

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Ripple (XRP) And Tron (TRX): Everything you Need to Know for 2018

The universe of blockchain wound up in turmoil in 2017. We saw the pinnacle of the ICO craze, the mind-blowing…

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