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LED Lights Damage Eyes and Disturb Sleep, European Health Authority Warns
Science & Tech  (tags: LED Lighting, humans, environment, health, interesting, investigation, medicine, news, NewTechnology, safety, science, society, technology, world, business )

Frank
- 38 days ago - cnn.com
The blue light in LED lighting that is increasingly used in our homes can damage the eye's retina while disturbing our biological and sleep rhythms, a French health authority warned in a new report.
With Only About 20% of Plastics Being Recycled, New Breakthrough May Be Holy Grail for Recycling
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, environment, interesting, investigation, humans, research, science, society, plastics, recycling, breakthrough )

Ricardo
- 48 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
Plastic is great until you no longer need it. Because plastics contain various additives, like dyes, fillers, or flame retardants, very few plastics can be recycled without loss in performance or aesthetics. Even the most recyclable plastic..
TAKE ACTION - Researchers Just Found a Brilliant Way to Convert Plastic Waste Into Fuel
Science & Tech  (tags: researchers, convrting plastic waste, Fuel, discovery, humans, environment, NewTechnology, world )

Lone
- 72 days ago - globalcitizen.org
The researchers note that the product will meet a temporary market demand and could incentivize companies to do a better job collecting their products for disposal. After all, plastic pollution has become an urgent environmental crisis
The Denisovans May Have Been More Than a Single Species - D-Brief
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, history, humans, discovery, GeneticEngineering )

Glenn
- 73 days ago - blogs.discovermagazine.com
In anthropology, bones donâEUR(TM)t always tell the whole story. Ancient remains can be so rare that an entire species of hominids can be compressed into one single fragment of bone.
Hints of Mysterious Religion Discovered in Worlds Highest Lake
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, design, discovery, environment, habitat, history, humans, interesting, research, science, scientists, society, study, world )

Caree
- 85 days ago - msn.com
About 1,200 years ago, a reef in the middle of Lake Titicaca in what is now Bolivia became the repository of a peopleâEUR(TM)s most valued possessions. In 2013, a sparkling cache of those objects was unearthed by underwater archaeologists. evidence of a
Solar Storm Heading to Earth May Bring Northern Lights Far South. Here's How to See the Auroras.
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, design, environment, history, humans, interesting, news, performance, science, scientists, study )

Caree
- 94 days ago - msn.com
The Northern Lights are going south this weekend. A geomagnetic storm, caused by a cloud of charged particles ejected from the sun, may bring the aurora borealis as far south as Iowa, Colorado and Washington on Saturday, as these particles bombard Earth
Student Treks to Yellowstone and Finds Bacteria That Eats Pollution and Breathes Electricity
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, environment, interesting, investigation, science, research, world, news, humans, habitat, student, yellowstone, bacteria, pollution, electricity, good news, environment )

Ricardo
- 95 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
A determined young student has made an exciting new discovery after he embarked on a strenuous 7-mile walk into the wilderness of Yellowstone National Park last August. Unlike thousands of tourists who trek to admire the parkâEUR(TM)s iconic......
UBC Study Shows Honey Bees Can Help Monitor Pollution in Cities
Science & Tech  (tags: study, bees, vancouver, monitor pollution, cities, scientists, analyzed honey, beehives, urban, environment, humans, world )

Lone
- 98 days ago - delorainetimes.ca
Scientists from the university's Pacific Centre for Isotopic and Geochemical Research analyzed honey from urban beehives in six Metro Vancouver neighbourhoods where they tested for lead, zinc, copper and other elements.
Why Some Cold War Kids Got Tattooed With Their Blood Type
Science & Tech  (tags: bizarre, odd, history, humans )

Marty
- 112 days ago - thevintagenews.com
When faced with imminent war, people make choices that they might not otherwise make as their thoughts turn to how best to preserve as many lives as possible....
Scientists Single Out a Suspect in Starfish Carnage: Warming Oceans
Science & Tech  (tags: science, starfish, warming oceans, study, scientists, samples, ocean floor, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis, environment, humans, study, world )

Lone
- 114 days ago - bestwnews.com
In the study, Dr. Harvell and her colleagues used reports from citizen-scientists, and samples from the ocean floor collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Scientists Trace the Origin of StonehengeâEUR(TM)s Stones
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, stonehenge, stones, archaeologists, quarries. west wales, world, humans )

Lone
- 122 days ago - mercurynews.com
A team of archaeologists in the United Kingdom says it has traced dozens of StonehengeâEUR(TM)s massive rocks to two quarries in west Wales. The rocks were transported 180 miles âEUR" dragged on wooden sleds, the scientists suggest, by teams of strong men
Easter Island Monument Mystery Solved
Science & Tech  (tags: archaeology, ancient, research, study, world, humans )

Elle
- 136 days ago - earthsky.org
Researchers have long wondered why ancient people built the famous Easter Island monuments where they did.
A New Cat GPS Tracker âEUR" The Tail It Cat Tracker
Science & Tech  (tags: cat GPS tracker, pets, cats, people, humans, technology, world )

Lone
- 141 days ago - katzenworld.co.uk
GPS cat collars have been a heated topic for a long time. A lot of people disagree with the use of collars on cats, because it can be dangerous for the cat. Tail it feels you should not put the cat in any danger by wearing a GPS tracker
Horizons at Ultima Thule!!
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, investigation, interesting, humans, science, scientists, space, world )

Mitchell
- 175 days ago - bbc.com
NASA spacecraft has visited the most distant object humans have ever met!
 

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