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Blood Moon: Facts and Next Occurrence

As the night grew late and the day transformed from April 14 to April 15, 2014, thousands of people were treated to a sight that is not seen all that often – the so-called “blood moon.” If you missed this one, not to worry, because this was…

Smaller Sized Tyrannosaurus-Rex Discovered In Alaska

New species of dinosaur have been discovered. The Texas paleontologists name them smaller cousin of feared Tyrannosaurus-Rex in Alaska. It is said they may have dwelled even up to the Arctic Circle. Scientists have found fossilized skull…

We exist solely because of the volcanoes

Research conducted by the British Antarctic Survey, found that the volcanoes played an extremely crucial and essential role in protecting lives when the world was going through periodic ice age. The planets have been cooling as well as an…

Global carbon cycle has a key of ocean food web

There is nothing that dies due to old age in the oceans; each and every little thing gets eaten. That that is left behind of anything is only the waste. But it is pretty surprising that the waste happens to be pure gold for David Siegel who…

Were The Europeans Darker 5, 000 Years Ago?

Ancient DNA retrieved from archaeological skeletons of Europeans reveal a marked alteration in them over the past 5,000 years. Scientist s are still researching as to what factors have been influencing the human genome ever since the last…

Sponges Paved Life On Earth: Research

In a new research scientists assume the seemingly lowly sponge may have paved the way for all the lives on our planet, including human beings. The study is published in the Nature Geoscience journal and it writes these sponges appear to…

Banned Gases In The Atmosphere

It seems as if a pesky gas has started to work its way back into our lives, the substance was actually banned back in 1987. The ozone layer itself has been in a recovery state for quite some time (well, since 1987 really) when gases that…