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32 Years On, This Is How Life Thrives in The Radioactive Chernobyl Zone2018-10-25
Shortly after midnight on 26 April 1986, the name Chernobyl became synonymous with nuclear disaster. A nuclear power station in northern Ukraine exploded after a safety test, casting a radioactive shadow over the land.
It's 2018, And We Still Don't Know Why Zebras Have Stripes - But We Just Got Closer2018-10-24
Zebra stripes do not help regulate their body temperature. That's the conclusion reached by researchers in Hungary, trying to narrow down a longstanding mystery about the animals' amazing coats.
A Jaguar Escaped Its Zoo Habitat And Moved From One Enclosure to The Next Killing Animals2018-10-24
A jaguar at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans slipped out of its enclosure and went on a territorial killing rampage sometime overnight, attacking four alpacas, an emu and a fox trapped in their own habitats before zoo officials managed to sedate it.
You're Wrong About Evolution: This 6-Minute Video Explains How It Really Works2018-10-23
If you're a vocal science lover, there's one question we're pretty sure you've been asked at least once: If we evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys?
Germany's Massive Nuclear Fusion Machine Just Smashed Another Plasma Record2018-10-23
One of the world's leading plasma research facilities just broke a new record, showing we really are getting closer to the wonderful goal of fusion power - a virtually limitless supply of clean energy.
World's Oldest Colour Pigment Has Been Found in 1.1 Billion-Year-Old Fossils2018-10-22
Traces of fossilised chlorophyll detected inside seriously ancient rocks have shattered records for the oldest sample of an organic pigment by 600 million years.
Here's The Mind-Boggling Reason The Periodic Table Doesn't Seem to Have an End2018-10-22
As researchers around the globe race to create the next element on the periodic table - an atom that contains 119 protons - one scientist from Michigan State University is looking into where the table might end.
A Star System 4,200 Light-Years Away Has Confirmed Einstein Was Right About Gravity2018-10-21
Einstein was sure that all objects fall in the same way in a gravitational field, irrespective of their own gravity. It's called the equivalence principle, and scientists just showed it holds firm using a distant triple-star system discovered in 2012
This Machine 'Quantum' Sorting Marbles Into a Rainbow Actually Has a Dirty Secret2018-10-21
Few areas of science are as mind-bending as quantum physics - from Stephen Hawking's black holes to the 'spooky action' that challenges our understanding of reality, there's a lot to make us amazed.
For The First Time, Scientists Achieve 'Liquid Light' at Room Temperature2018-10-20
In June 2017, physicists achieved 'liquid light' at room temperature for the first time ever, making this? strange form of matter more accessible than ever.
This Quantum Theory Predicts That The Future Might Be Influencing The Past2018-10-20
One of the weirder aspects of quantum mechanics could be explained by an equally weird idea – that causation can run backwards in time as well as forwards.
These Physicists Think Key Ingredients For Life Formed Shortly After The Big Bang2018-10-19
Physicists from E? tv? s University in Budapest and the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle have taken an innovative approach to determining when the first organic chemicals formed, and it turns out they could be a lot older than we imagined.
The Blood Stains on The Shroud of Turin Seem Totally Fake, Study Claims2018-10-19
A blood pattern analysis of the Shroud of Turin has revealed that there's just absolutely no way the stains could have been made by a body laying flat on the fabric.
Scientists Just Showed It's Possible to Split Water Into Hydrogen And Oxygen in Space2018-10-18
Space agencies and private companies already have advanced plans to send humans to Mars in the next few years – ultimately colonising it. And with a growing number of discoveries of Earth-like planets around nearby stars, long-distance space travel
An Air China Pilot Accidentally Cut Off Oxygen to Passengers While Trying to Hide His Vaping2018-10-18
A vaping pilot on board an Air China Boeing 737 is believed to have caused his plane to make an emergency descent in search of breathable air on Tuesday.
150,000 Stone Tools Found in North America Add More Evidence That We're Wrong About The First Settlers2018-10-17
Until recently, if you asked most experts when the first human beings arrived and settled in North America, you'd get an answer along the lines of 13,500 years ago.
Not All Peer Reviewed Science Is The Same. Here's How to Tell What to Trust2018-10-17
The words published in a peer reviewed journal are sometimes considered as the gold standard in science.
Your Earliest Memories Might Never Have Actually Happened2018-10-16
In one of the largest studies of its kind, scientists have made a fascinating discovery. Nearly 40 percent of people have a first memory that is entirely fictional.
BREAKING: We Finally Know Where High-Energy "Ghost Particles" Are Coming From2018-10-16
Finally, scientists have found the source for a high-energy cosmic neutrino coming from outside our galaxy.
This "Cancer Cure" Video Is 100% Fake. But That's The Point2018-10-15
A new video tells you what the pharmaceutical company doesn't want you to know: a miracle cancer cure, discovered in 1816 and derived from moss, totally works and is easy to purchase online.
Are Crows And Ravens Friends? A New Study Says Hell No2018-10-15
Crows and ravens do not get along. The two corvid species, while very similar to each other, are often at loggerheads.
A French Farmer Found an Incredibly Rare Fossil And Kept It Secret For Years2018-10-14
Quick question – if you found a strange-looking fossil on your property, would you a) call the press, b) call the experts, or c) do neither because, well, who needs that kind of attention?
This Timelapse of a Huge Stinky Corpse Flower Is Surprisingly Beautiful2018-10-14
Visitors to the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) were in for an incredibly rare treat in June, when its resident corpse flower burst into bloom. And for those of us who couldn't get there, the garden staff recorded the event in a spectacular timelaps
Stephen Hawking Was Just Given The Most Beautiful Farewell. Now The Whole Universe Will Know His Voice2018-10-13
The universe? that Stephen? Hawking spent a lifetime studying now knows his voice.
A Gigantic Crocodile Was Just Caught in Australia After 10 Years on The Run2018-10-13
Following a nearly decade-long hunt, a massive saltwater crocodile has been captured in northern Australia, according to wildlife authorities.
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