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First Animals On Earth Triggered Global Warming Phenomenon About 500 Million Years Ago

The development of the first animals on Earth over 500 million years ago sparked a global warming phenomenon, decomposing the…

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Here’s Why NASA Is Looking for Meteorites at the Bottom of the Pacific Ocean

On the 7th of March in 2018, a NASA planetary researcher, whose name is Marc Fries, saw on a climate…

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The Mysterious Object that has been Accelerating Away from the Sun

Last year, for the first time, we were able to observe an object that is undoubtedly from outside of our…

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Koala Genome Study Revealed How This Marsupial Survives The Toxic Diet Based On Eucalyptus

The koalas are probably one of the most adorable animals on Earth, and they look like stuffed animals. They are…

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SpaceX Dragon Capsule Arrived At ISS And Delivered Cimon AI Robot, NASA’s Mice, And 57 Canadian Foods

The International Space Station (ISS) received a shipment of foods, equipment, genetically identical mice, and a robot with artificial intelligence….

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Alien Planets Lacking Climate-Stabilizing Moons Can Still Base Life

Basic assumptions assert this world may host other forms of life. Now chances to encounter them are higher… Singular planet…

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Global Warming: Current Climate Models Do Not Consider The CO2 Impact On Life

Increasingly more scientists demand new climate models to concentrate more on CO2 emissions than on temperature to assess the global…

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How Important Is to Colonize Mars?

Mars is a frigid desert – can we really go there if something terrible happens to Earth and humankind? But…

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Good News For Mars Colonization – Wind Power Could Work On Mars

In conditions that mimic those on Mars, researchers from the Aarhus University in Denmark and Boston University’s Center for Space Physics tested…

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Puzzling Microbes In The Sky Could Help Us Regulate Global Temperatures

The human body lives in almost perfect symbiosis with microorganisms such as bacteria. We find these microscopic creatures in our…

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