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A Glass of Water Has DNA Traces of EVERY Living Thing in a Whole Lake
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Agnes
- 981 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Up until now, 'monitoring' animals has relied on fairly low-tech methods - finding the creatures and counting them. It's a method that's changed little in the last hundred years, even if biologists have added GPS tagging and computer monitoring once they
Top Athletes Warned of Lasting Heart Damage From Endurance Events
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Agnes
- 986 days ago - thetimes.co.uk
Endurance sports such as marathon running and extreme triathlons can cause lasting heart damage among elite athletes, research has suggested. While most of the damage detected after a race was quickly reversed, about one in eight suffered more permanent
Ice Finger of Death Kills All That It Touches
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Agnes
- 999 days ago - treehugger.com
Happy Thanksgiving! Now meet the ice finger of death. According to the BBC, it kills all that it touches, freezing any living thing in its path in an "icy tomb". It also might be the most stunning thing you watch all day, so without further ado, here
Previous Heterochromia in People: The Beauty of Multi-Colored Eyes
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Agnes
- 1004 days ago - environmentalgraffiti.com
One of the many fascinating variations that exist among humans (and other animals) is heterochromia iridis, or heterochromia iridum - terms used to describe different colored eyes in the same person. Caused by an excess or lack of melanin,
Causes of Global Warming
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Agnes
- 1009 days ago - environment.nationalgeographic.com
Scientists have spent decades figuring out what is causing global warming. They've looked at the natural cycles and events that are known to influence climate. But the amount and pattern of warming that's been measured can't be explained by these factors
200 Years Worth of Temperature Data Compiled in One Alarming Video
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Agnes
- 1011 days ago - treehugger.com
Last week, we reported on the results of the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) study, and they were, well, convincing. Not only did researchers confirm the accuracy of historical temperature records across the globe,
Researcher Warns of Invasive Species Used as Weapons
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Agnes
- 1014 days ago - treehugger.com
As most people know, when a non-native organism is introduced into a foreign habitat it can have a devastating impact on the plants and animals that make up that ecosystem -- like an ecological ticking time-bomb. But despite the notion that invasive
The End of the World Might Not Be That Bad, as New Model Predicts Fallout From Meteorite Strike
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Agnes
- 1015 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
It's well known that a large meteorite hitting the Earth would not be good news, as it would cause earthquakes, tsunamis and firestorms. However, scientists have created a new model for predicting the impact of such collisions that shows the devastation
Study Critical of Climate Change Action
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Agnes
- 1021 days ago - news.com.au
A STUDY into the New Zealand government's climate change policy has found it falls short of what's needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet targets.Research published in the New Zealand Medical Journal questions New Zealand's commitment to
Chinese Scientists Have Developed a Way of Using Rice to Make Albumin, a Blood Protein
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Agnes
- 1021 days ago - theaustralian.com.au
SCIENTISTS at a Chinese university have developed a method of using rice to make albumin, a protein found in human blood that is often used for treating burns, traumatic shock and liver disease.
Scientist Who Said Climate Change Sceptics Had Been Proved Wrong Accused of Hiding Truth By Colleague
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Agnes
- 1025 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
It was hailed as the scientific study that ended the global warming debate once and for all - the research that, in the words of its director, 'proved you should not be a sceptic, at least not any longer'.Professor Richard Muller, of Berkeley University
Amazing Video of the Earth Spinning Taken From the International Space Station
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Agnes
- 1025 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
This is one film that's sure to leave you in a spin. The crew of the International Space Station pointed a camera at North America and the resulting still pictures were spliced together into a
Polar Bear Webcam Nabs Images of Hudson Bay Migration
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Agnes
- 1026 days ago - ctv.ca
In the harsh, remote wilds of the Canadian tundra, a wolverine scampers up to a polar bear snoozing near the shore of the Hudson Bay. The bear rises and makes a half-hearted charge, driving away the fierce, badger-like animal.
Survey of Rare Javan Rhinos Finds Few Females
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Agnes
- 1026 days ago - ctv.ca
A survey of endangered Javan rhinos in an Indonesian park has found far fewer females than males, a potential setback in efforts to save the species. Video cameras set up in the eastern half of Ujung Kulon National Park recorded 17 rhinos this year.
German Satellite Crashed Over Asia's Bay of Bengal
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Agnes
- 1029 days ago - brisbanetimes.com.au
Heavily populated Asian cities avoided a dangerous collision with space junk last weekend as a defunct German satellite crashed into the sea somewhere between India and Myanmar.
 

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