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Climate Change Could Be Curbed By Immediate Fossil Fuel Phaseout

As researchers reported in a new study, drastic methods might help us limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. According…

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The Tilt of the Earth May Influence Ice Melting

The levels of carbon dioxide continue to climb around the world, warming up the atmosphere and the entire planet. The…

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China To Launch a Mars Lander in 2020 To Bring Martian Soil Samples Back to Earth

The Chinese space agency conquered the dark side of the Moon earlier this year, but it’s not going to stop…

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Ancient DNA Is Now Straightforwardly Traceable Thanks To New DNA Tool

A team of scientists from the University of Sheffield, specialized in studying ancient DNA, have developed a new DNA tool for…

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Puzzling Quadruple Star System, Identified By Astronomers

While we’re used with our Solar System and its only star, the Sun, there are other systems in the Universe…

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Two New Species of Fungi, Found in Retreating Arctic Glacier

In the Canadian Arctic, just west of Greenland, in a rapidly melting glacier on Ellesmere Island, scientists found two new…

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Sea Level May Rise as Antarctica’s Ice is Melting at an Accelerated Rate

A new study claims that the seal levels will soon rise if global warming won’t get under control. In less…

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Harvard Astronomer Who Theorized That Oumuamua Is An Alien Probe Defends His Hypothesis

Not long ago, a Harvard astronomer, Abraham Loeb, theorized that Oumuamua is an alien probe. The scientific community, even though…

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Russia’s Spektr-R Space Telescope Stopped Responding To Commands

Russia’s only space telescope, the so-called Spektr-R Space Telescope (RadioAstron), presented some technical issues recently, according to the Russian space…

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Global Warming: Antarctica Ice Loss Has Accelerated By Six Times Since The 1970s

Due to global warming, which speeded up itself in the past few decades, Antartica ice loss has accelerated by six…

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