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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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Air Pollution Is The Cause Of One In Seven Cases Of Diabetes, A New Study Reveals

According to a study released Saturday, air pollution reduces insulin production and causes inflammation, preventing the body from converting blood…

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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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Earth to Actually Have More Rivers and Streams Than We Thought

It’s possible that rivers and streams cover even more planet than we initially thought. This was shown by a study…

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Exoplanets Can Be Really Similar to Earth

According to a new study focused on spin axis dynamics, we might have some proof that an exoplanet located some…

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Strawberry Moon and Super-bright Saturn Could be Seen at the Same Time

On Wednesday we were able to see a rare coincidence – a strawberry moon and an unusually bright Saturn right…

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What Fills the Space Between Stars

The vast spaces between stars seem to be empty at a first glance, but in reality they are filled with…

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Mysterious Space Object Oumuamua Could Be A Comet, After All

Oumuamua, the first interstellar object discovered flying in our Solar System, has been a topic of discussion and interest since…

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