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Ancient Microbe Going to Explain Life on Earth and Other Planets

Following a time of research, scientists examining geothermal features in Yellowstone National Park have discovered another ancestry of the antiquated…

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6 Squirrels Got Stuck After Getting Their Tails Tangled

This is not something you hear or see everyday – it’s quite unusual. On Monday, Nebraska wildlife authorities unwound six…

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Can Psychedelics Change the World?

Psychedelics have always been a controversial subject. While they are considered dangerous by many people, there are still numerous persons…

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Huge Asteroid Flies Past Earth at a Distance Closer Than The Moon

There have been 17 huge asteroids that passed close to our planet during 2018, but one of them got closer…

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Sudbury Beaches Will Get a Blue Flag This Summer

Moonlight Beach will get the Blue Flag this mid-year, joining Bell Park Beach as the second Sudbury shoreline to get…

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Ontario: 1 in 4 Doctors Prescribed Too Many Opioids

Out of the blue, since an opioid scourge began to clear crosswise over Ontario, researchers have decided to inspect how…

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This is How Big Dinosaurs Nested – Leaving the Eggs Uncrushed

The eggs were heavier than hippos. However dinosaurs like gigantoraptor were devoted ‘guardians’ who sat for quite a long time…

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Les Filles du Roi Play Shows the Indigenous Part of the Story

The story of The King’s Daughters is well known. In the 1600s, around 800 women immigrated from France to what…

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Climate Can Be Dramatically Affected By “New Phase of Globalization”

Researchers who analyzed globalisation discovered that economic changes could have a major impact on climate change. A study that was…

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Ancient Crocodiles Evolved to Have Dolphin-Like Features

Scientists have discovered a new type of ancient crocodile and this discovery will help them shed some light on the…

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