Author: Erin VanDyke

Scientists Work On Reviving A 28,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoth

While woolly mammoth has disappeared thousands of years ago, it appears that some researchers are planning to bring one of…

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Solar Tsunami Would Trigger The Sun’s Sunspot Cycle

The Sun naturally generates some magnetic and electric fields as an outcome of what the scientists know as a “solar…

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Ancient Mars Sea Edges Explored In 1997 By The First NASA Mars Rover

The Pathfinder, the first NASA rover mission on Mars, has imaged an ancient Mars sea edges about 22 years ago,…

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Quantum Computer With Machine Learning Capabilities Revealed In An IBM Study

Quantum computers represent the future when it comes to the development of machine learning or artificial intelligence (AI). A new…

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Scientists Reversed Time Using A Quantum Computer

Is it possible to turn back time? In a recent study, scientists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology,…

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New Radio Galaxy Spotted By Indian Astronomers

The universe is continuously expanding, and we are just a speck of dust in it. We, as humans, have always…

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The Sun Seems To Have Entered A Sleepy Stage

February marked the first month in over a decade in which no sunspots were noticeable. It is well-known that sunspots…

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Dead Alligator Gar Pulled Out Of A Louisiana Lagoon

A colossal alligator gar was discovered in a lagoon in Louisiana. The entire discovery happened at Lafreniere Park, in Metairie….

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Alien Civilizations Might Be So Advanced That They Might Use Black Holes To Power Their Spaceships

Scientists are always challenged to think outside the box, but when it came to looking for possible signs of Extra-Terrestrial…

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Canada Unveils Its New Space Strategy

Canada has recently unveiled its new national space strategy. The program is quite ambitious, featuring artificial intelligence, a partnership with…

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