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Genetic Diversity Of Ancient Humans Who Inhabited The Americas Revealed By DNA Sequencing

Since the migration from Siberia to Alaska, there are only 250 native inhabitants left. A DNA sequencing study revealed that…

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Carbon Dioxide Emissions And Global Warming Of The Modern-Day Bring The Earth Closer And Closer To The Historical Maximums

Atmospheric carbon dioxide emissions have surpassed the average of 410 parts per million for a whole month for the first…

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Ancient Horse Fossil Has Been Found In A Utah Backyard

The discovery of an ancient horse fossil in a Utah backyard was a very interesting experience Bridger and Laura Hill…

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Trilobite Fossil Of 475-Million-Year Old Discovered By An 11-Year Old Girl In Eastern Tennessee

The fossil of a 475-million-year old trilobite has been uncovered, by fortune, by a girl in eastern Tennessee. Ryleigh Taylor,…

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Sea Slugs to Take Energy from the Algae

Some ocean slugs suck crude materials from algae to give a lifetime supply of solar power energy, as indicated by…

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The Arabian Sea to Have the Largest Dead Zone in the Whole World?

The marine ecology is profoundly affected with plastic products inside the seas and very little is being done to recycle…

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Shooting Laser Beams With The Eyes Is One Step Closer With A New Flexible Organic Optoelectronic Device

Shooting laser beams with the eyes is getting closer than you think, to some extent. An investigation conducted by the…

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Patagonian Glaciers Melting Is Increasing, According To ESA’s CryoSat Measurements

As ESA’s CryoSat satellite provides data on ice meltdown and on the shrinking ice cover of Antarctica and Greenland, it…

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Sunscreens Ban Bill For Coral Reefs Protection Has Been Adopted In Hawaii

On Tuesday, Hawaiian lawmakers passed the sunscreens ban bill that would prohibit the use of sunscreens containing the ingredients oxybenzone…

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The Presence Of Helium In The Atmosphere Of An Exoplanet Has Been Detected For The First Time Ever

As reported in a study issued yesterday in the journal Nature, scientists were able to detect, for the first time…

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