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Recent Findings on Earth Boosts Alien Lookout on Mars

Now it is not often that we get to say this and truly mean it without sounding like we are…

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Aliens Can’t Come to the Earth Because of the Strong Gravity?

In the hunt of alien life forms, Michael Hippke, an astrophysicist from the Sonneberg Observatory in Germany, thought of a…

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What’s the Correct Measure of Radiation that can be Deadly to People?

The scientists were under the supervision of Oswaldo Baffa, a professor at the University of São Paulo’s Ribeirão Presto School…

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Eat Tasty Food Even When You Are on a Diet

Removing carbs from your diet can be a brave choice and your body will definitely be grateful. However, sometimes you…

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Museum to have by Mistake a Real Elephant Bird Egg Instead of the Replica

Curators at the Buffalo Museum of Science were shocked to discover that their Elephant Bird Egg replica that they had…

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Asteroids Can Deliver Water to Earth – The New Data Breaks a Myth

Recently, scientists from NASA’s Ames Research Center located in California conducted an innovative experiment at the Vertical Gun Range. They…

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Is the Gender Bias Against Female Scientists When it Comes to the Peer Review of Research Grants?

Is peer survey biased? Female wellbeing specialists who wanted to get grants from Canada’s significant wellbeing research funder were financed…

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Ice Circles in the Arctic Baffle NASA

It is often rare that we see some phenomenon happen that we do not have an explanation for. However, with…

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San Quintin Kangaroo Rat Not Extinct Anymore

It is always a welcome sight to hear that a species that was presumed to be extinct still has a…

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UpCoin Cryptocurrency Exchange Comes with New Improvements

Up until now, the UpCoin Cryptocurrency platform should have been released back in February. However, this failed because there were…

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