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Australia Dig Finds Evidence of Human Habitation Up To 80,000 Years Old

Australia Dig Finds Evidence of Human Habitation Up To 80,000 Years Old

A groundbreaking archaeological discovery in Australia’s north has extended the known length of time Aboriginal people have inhabited the continent to at least 65,000 years. The findings on about 11,000 artefacts from Kakadu national park, published on Thursday in the Nature journal, prove Indigenous people have been in Australia for ...

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Astrophysicists say Water Bears can survive to the end of the Earth

Astrophysicists say Water Bears can survive to the end of the Earth

Tardigrades have a reputation as the toughest animals on the planet. Some of these microscopic invertebrates shrug off temperatures of minus 272 Celsius, one degree warmer than absolute zero. Other species can endure powerful radiation and the vacuum of space. In 2007, the European Space Agency sent 3,000 animals into low Earth ...

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Massive Iceberg Breaks Away Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica

Massive Iceberg Breaks Away Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica

One of the world’s biggest ever icebergs – about a quarter of the size of Wales or four times the size of London – has broken off from Antarctica, new satellite images have confirmed. The massive berg, which calved from the Larsen C Ice Shelf, is about 5,800 square kilometres in ...

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Tower of Human Skulls Found By Archaeologists in Mexico City

Tower of Human Skulls Found By Archaeologists in Mexico City

The sinister discovery of a tower of human skulls in Mexico City has cast doubt on traditional readings of Aztec history. More than 675 skulls of men, women and children have been unearthed by archaeologists following an investigation of one and a half years. The structure is believed to be part ...

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Study shows Pesticide risk to Honey Bees

Study shows Pesticide risk to Honey Bees

Scientists have found for the first time that neonicotinoid pesticides can harm honey bees in the real world. The major new study from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) found that pesticides called neonicotinoids can cause harm to bees, a development that is likely to increase calls for a ...

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Albert Einstein’s ‘Impossible’ Experiment Finally Performed Hubble Space Telescope

Albert Einstein's 'Impossible' Experiment Finally Performed Hubble Space Telescope

Scientists have confirmed one of Albert Einstein’s century-old theories by witnessing a phenomenon with the Hubble Space Telescope that he thought would be impossible to see, researchers declared Wednesday. Astronomers have now glimpsed for the first time a distant star’s light bending and revealing its mass when an object passes ...

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Man Defies Tornado To Mow Lawn, Create Viral Moment in Three Hills, Alberta

Man Defies Tornado To Mow Lawn, Create Viral Moment in Three Hills, Alberta

THREE HILLS, ALBERTA – Had it been a painting, the artist could’ve been criticized for failing to imagine a more nuanced metaphor to capture the perils of suburban existence. “Go back to your canvas,” the instructor might say. “This garbage is too literal!” Indeed, the image is that wonderfully preposterous looking. ...

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The Alaska Volcano erupts Observatory says Bogoslof

The Alaska Volcano erupts Observatory says Bogoslof

Alaska’s Bogoslof Volcano erupted Sunday, sending a plume of ash at least 35,000 feet into the air and temporarily triggering the highest aviation alert, scientists say. The Bogoslof Volcano in the Aleutian Islands erupted at 2:16 p.m. Sunday, according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory. The eruption lasted 55 minutes. No ...

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Women On Their Period Shark Will Be Attacks Says Laird Hamilton

Women On Their Period Shark Will Be Attacks Says Laird Hamilton

He’s the world’s most iconic big wave surfer, but Laird Hamilton may still have a way to go in the realm of science. The Hawaiian surfer has made waves by weighing in on the threat of sharks after a spate of attacks in California, reports TMZ. Hamilton downplayed the danger, ...

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Irish Beach Dooagh Wash Away After 33 Years

Irish Beach Dooagh Wash Away After 33 Years

An Irish beach that disappeared more than 30 years ago has returned to an island off the County Mayo coast. The sand at Dooagh, Achill Island, was washed away by storms in 1984, leaving only rocks and rock pools. But after a freak tide around Easter this year, hundreds of ...

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