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If the dinosaurs hadn’t been wiped out in a mass extinction 66 million years ago, the world would look very different today…
What if the dinosaurs had survived? - BBC Science Focus Magazine
Science • by BoonEvil • 22 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Russian scientists in the Arctic Ocean said they have discovered the most powerful methane gas fountain ever recorded, highlighting the danger of this greenhouse gas accelerating climate change or causing an oil or gas spill as it erupts from thawing permafrost.
Russian scientists find 'most powerful' ever methane seep in Arctic Ocean
Science • by BoonEvil • 62 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

The humpback whale spotted in the River Thames over the weekend has died.After not being sighted all day, the whale was found motionless in the waters of Greenhithe in Kent at around 5pm on Tuesday, October 8, according to volunteers from British Divers Marine Life Rescue.
The Humpback Whale Spotted In The River Thames Has Died | IFLScience
Science • by BoonEvil • 32 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Israeli company successfully cultures bovine cells on International Space Station
First meat grown in space lab 248 miles from Earth
Science • by Middleman • 96 views •  8 comments • 1 month ago

The asteroid was only spotted three days before its close brush with Earth
Asteroid twice the size of a London bus to zip past Earth tomorrow - and NASA almost missed it
Science • by Middleman • 17 views •  0 comments • 2 months ago

If you could travel back in time 3.5 billion years, what would Mars look like? The picture is evolving among scientists working with NASA's Curiosity rover.
Curiosity rover finds an ancient oasis on Mars
Science • by Middleman • 18 views •  0 comments • 2 months ago

Experts at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa were studying equations which describe the universe's expansion when they found that some black holes may in fact be blobs of dark energy.
Some black holes may be blobs of dark energy that drive the universe's expansion
Science • by Middleman • 46 views •  1 comments • 2 months ago

Sir Peter Ratcliffe and US researchers William Kaelin and Gregg Semenza received the coveted award for their findings on how cells adapt when oxygen levels drop.
Nobel Prize for medicine is awarded to two Americans and a British scientist
Science • by Middleman • 26 views •  1 comments • 2 months ago

NASA astronaut Michael Collins who flew the Command Module on Apollo 11 in 1969, has just confirmed his belief in alien life outside of Earth.
NASA astronaut Michael Collins believes aliens exist outside of Earth | Science | News | Express.co.uk
Science • by Paladin* • 44 views •  3 comments • 2 months ago

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Iron dragon Queensland, A new pterosaur, or prehistoric flying reptile species. There’s hope the rare discovery of a new species of pterosaur in the Queensland outback will attract much-needed tourists to drought-affected towns. In 2017, while working on his sheep and cattle station in the state’s central west, Bob Elliot uncovered a 96-million-year-old “iron dragon”.
Science • by Middleman • 22 views •  1 comments • 2 months ago

Amazing footage taken off the coast of North Carolina, appears to show a 'Fleet' of UFOs hovering in the sky. The video was taken by a man named William
A 'Fleet' Of UFOs Was Recorded Off The Coast Of North Carolina
Science • by 𝓜𝓸𝓾𝓼𝓮*🐭 • 28 views •  0 comments • 2 months ago

Conceptual design for the Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production facility will be complete by 2024
UK announces £220m to design a ‘commercially viable’ fusion power plant – Physics World
Science • by Paladin* • 25 views •  1 comments • 2 months ago

Its co-creator told "Newsweek" his son lost an eye to cancer.

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A scientist whose son lost an eye to cancer has helped develop an app that can detect diseases by looking at photos of children.

Bryan F. Shaw, associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Baylor University, and colleagues hope the app will save children from going blind. The makers dedicated the study to a child who died during research.
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Scientists Create App That Can See Cancer in the Eyes of Kids --[Link to Download app]
Science • by ThomasinaPaine • 34 views •  1 comments • 2 months ago

Orange alert in place for five counties with gusts of up to 120km per hour forecast
Science • by BoonEvil • 33 views •  1 comments • 2 months ago

More than 60 per cent of the population of Ireland live within 10 kilometres of the coast


Science • by BoonEvil • 23 views •  0 comments • 2 months ago

A new theory suggests the mysterious, hypothetical "Planet 9" might not be a planet at all.
The hidden planet in our solar system could be a primordial black hole - CNET
Science • by BoonEvil • 29 views •  1 comments • 2 months ago

Astronomers detected a giant planet orbiting a small star. The planet has much more mass than theoretical models predict.
Science • by Xx_Zedra • 23 views •  0 comments • 2 months ago

The Mars 2020 Rover will take humanity one step closer to answering whether there is life on the red planet. NASA's chief scientist worries that humans may not be able to handle the answer.
NASA fears if they find proof of inhabitants on the planet people may not be mentally prepared
Science • by Middleman • 22 views •  0 comments • 2 months ago

An American physicist has suggested alien 'lurkers' may have been observing us for millions of years. These Martian-made probes could be hidden on co-orbital objects and watching out every move.
Physicist suggests orbiting objects are stakeouts for Martian probes to observe Earth
Science • by Middleman • 19 views •  0 comments • 2 months ago

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