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Giant iceberg moving close to Greenland village sheds light on global environmental crisis

The environmental crisis posed by our planet is a result of human activities which is not something new and many pieces of evidence have emerged validating the same. A recent observation of a gigantic...

Our planet is actually harboring a quadrillion tons capacity diamond mine

A recent discovery by a team of scientists was characterized by glittering outcomes in the form of diamonds that are hidden in the depths of our planet. Initial reports have implied that diamonds could...

New explanation for turbulence in solar wind unraveled by scientists

Scientists have been able to leverage sophisticated processing techniques as well as longer exposures to obtain high fidelity images of the outer atmosphere of the Sun otherwise known as the ‘Corona’. These images have...

Can Norway help in solving the plastic bottle crisis?

Hundreds and thousands of plastic bottles gather on the conveyer belt which is fed by massive trucks after which, the plastic bottles disappear inside the warehouse which is located on the outskirts of Oslo....

Americans seem to be disturbed by the changing climate

The sudden increase in the temperature across most parts of the US seems to be impacting the acceptance of climate science for the Americans. There has been a study conducted in this regard which...

Higher blood pressure related to concerns of Alzheimer’s, study

There have been various research attempts to outline the risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease as well as other degenerative brain conditions such as dementia and stroke. However, while cardiovascular diseases have been associated...

Rare lobster specimen found in Canada

In a recent incident, fisherman Robinson Russell witnessed an amazing spectacle in a lobster haul at the Grand Manan Island in Canada. Among the different lobsters that were caught in the fray, Robinson observed...

17-year-old Alyssa could become one of the first astronauts of Mars expedition

A 17-year-old teen is reportedly training for her first space travel as an astronaut for the Mars expedition. Alyssa Carson, a teenager from Lousiana has her dreams focused since the age of 3 to...

Israel is all set to launch its spacecraft to the moon

Israel announced on Tuesday that it is all set to launch its very first lunar mission in December 2018 aspiring to become the fourth country to stand in the list of moon travelers, after...

Countryside Americans are more likely to attempt suicide, a report says

The news of recurrent deaths of popular celebrities is common in the United States but the news that people in the rural communities are also facing the problems with people attempting suicides is not...

World’s oldest color discovered by scientists, and it’s breathtaking

The world's oldest color has been discovered by the scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) and from the overseas. The color is that of a bright shade of pink. The pink color segments...

Survey finds a link between genetics and getting hangry

Most of the people feel cranky before the mealtimes. This is the state known as 'Hangry' when the brain mixes being hungry and being angry as one. There was a survey conducted by a...

The list of endangered species reaches up to 26,000

The red list of endangered species is only increasing with time. There are three more names recently added to the list, namely- the Japanese earthworms, the Bankouale Palm, and the Mauritian flying fox. More...

Circus elephant falls into the audience in Germany, prompting calls to ban animals for...

Since time immemorial, there have been heated arguments on the animal ban from the circuses and the heat has reignited again after an elephant in Germany fell into the front seated audience in a...

NASA’s planet seeker Kepler Space Telescope could be retiring soon

NASA officials made an announcement on July 6 which stated that the Kepler Space Telescope was put in a hibernation-like state after finding out that it was running out of fuel. On Monday, the...

New study reveals the role of electric field in the flight of spiders

We may have witnessed Spider-man spinning the web and making rounds of the city warding off bad guys. But something new has come up in research and would probably be a nightmare for people...

Pioneer of cardiac surgery passes away at the age of 91

This Friday brought dire news for the medical fraternity as one of the pioneers of thoracic and cardiac surgery, Dr. John Ochsner, passed away at the age of 91 due to complications related to...

Potential threat of TB leads to evacuation of hospital in Baltimore

In a startling turn of events, one of the world’s deadliest diseases, Tuberculosis, showed up its dirty face on Thursday. Fear of contamination by the lethal bacteria led to the evacuation of two buildings...

Testosterone held responsible for men to attract towards luxury brands, experts

According to the latest study, it has been revealed that with only a single dose of testosterone, men find themselves drawn towards top-notch brands that yield them status to attract women. The research that...

Feral cats in Australia eat millions of reptiles everyday

Feral cats have been the domestic mouse catchers for years but now they are living life in the wild eating up reptiles and small animals. The experts believe that these cats are of no...

Three rhino poachers became dinner of lions

A pride of adult lions ate away a group of poachers who had come into the Game reserve looking for rhinos in South Africa. Three men have been eaten alive by the predators of...

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