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Unraveling Early Earth’s Life and Climate Insights

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jul 15, 2024 – Despite extensive research, the origins and early evolution of life remain a…

How melting icecaps impacts the rotation of Earth

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Jul 16, 2024 – Climate change is causing significant melting of ice masses in Greenland and Antarctica,…

NASA Cloud-Based Platform Could Help Streamline, Improve Air Traffic

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Jul 13, 2024 – Just like your smartphone navigation app can instantly analyze information from many…

NASA Cloud-Based Platform Could Help Streamline, Improve Air Traffic

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Jul 13, 2024 – Just like your smartphone navigation app can instantly analyze information from many…

How melting icecaps impacts the rotation of Earth

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Jul 16, 2024 – Climate change is causing significant melting of ice masses in Greenland and Antarctica,…

Self-Awareness Might Not Have Evolved to Benefit The Self After All

Why did the experience of consciousness evolve from our underlying brain physiology? Despite being a vibrant area of neuroscience, current…

Almost 50% of Cancer Deaths in US May Be Preventable, Study Finds

Modifiable risk factors, from cigarette smoking to a lack of exercise, could be responsible for close to half of the…

NASA assessment suggests potential additional delays for Artemis 3 lunar lander

As NASA plans the Artemis 3 mission in September 2026, its own alnalysis estimates a nearly 1-in3 chance the lander…

Just 15 centimetres of water can float a car – but we are failing to educate drivers about the dangers of floodwaters

Understanding what to do when faced with flooding on the road is an important, yet often overlooked aspect of driver…

Realme 13 Pro Series 5G AI camera phone slated for launch in India, set to retail on Flipkart

Realme announced the upcoming launch of the Realme 13 Pro Series for India, stressing on the device’s AI-powered camera. ……

U.S. Supreme Court rules for Biden administration in a social media dispute with conservative states

The Supreme Court sided with the Biden administration in a dispute with Republican-led states over social media posts. … Read…

Nuclear energy creates the most dangerous form of radioactive waste. Where does Peter Dutton plan to put it?

Nuclear power stations produce high-level radioactive waste. It is dangerous for hundreds of thousands of years — and so far,…

Tasmania or Tanzania? Bindi Irwin’s Cradle Mountain holiday blunder by US magazine People

Bindi Irwin’s joyous Tasmanian family holiday photos were sure to be on the radar of US celebrity watching media —…

Do Anti-Cellulite Treatments Work? Expert Says We’re Asking The Wrong Question.

Although 90 percent of women have cellulite, we’re yet to see it represented as a normal anatomical characteristic in popular…

Two biogeographic hotspots in India yield two new plant discoveries

Indian botanists discover two new plant species in Andaman and Arunachal Pradesh, highlighting biodiversity and conservation concerns. … Read More

Article: The Qualitative Historical Origins of Mad Studies in Word and Deed, 1436–1914, by Geoffrey Reaume – h-madness

The article The Qualitative Historical Origins of Mad Studies in Word and Deed, 1436–1914, writen by Geoffrey Reaume and published in the…

The Milky Way May Have Collided With Something Huge Within Earth’s Lifetime

The Milky Way is only as massive as it is because of collisions and mergers with other galaxies. … Read…

Kew’s Most Famous Plant Continues to Turn Heads (And Noses) 135 Years On

Recent visitors to London’s Kew Gardens can mark the ‘see the world’s smelliest plant’ off their bucket lists, as a…

Joro spiders are big and colorful, but they shouldn’t be nightmare fodder

Researchers say the creatures pose little threat to humans but they are concerned about the growing prevalence of invasive species…

Ex-OpenAI employees demand greater protection for whistleblowers

A group of current and former company employees have signed an open letter for whistleblower protections. … Read More

Scientists Uncover New Nidoviruses That Could Cause the Next Pandemic

Suddenly they appear and — like the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus — can trigger major epidemics: Viruses that nobody had on their…

Sony imagines its gaming controller from the future

Sony’s gaming controller concept sports a futuristic design with subtle lighting, as well as what appears to be an analogue…

‘Brutalized’ Iron Age Skeleton Is Rare Evidence of Human Blood Sacrifice

Recorded on the bones of a woman who lived more than 2,000 years ago in Dorset is a life marred…

Smoking Fentanyl Linked to Toxic Brain Damage in First Reported Case

A middle-aged American man with no previous medical history was found unconscious in his hotel room, with “unidentified crushed pills…

What can OpenAI’s new GPT-4o AI model do? | Explained

Denying rumours of a new AI search engine and a GPT-5 release, OpenAI livestreamed the launch of its new flagship…

UK ‘net zero’ project will produce 20m tonnes of carbon pollution, say experts

Government told Net Zero Teesside gas scheme will be massive polluter despite its carbon capture claims … Read More

Perseverance Has Achieved Amazing Feats During 1,000 Days Exploring Mars

I can remember when Perseverance was launched, travelled out into the Solar System and landed on Mars in February 2021….

Is UK Rainfall Becoming More Extreme? Not at Oxford – Watts Up With That?

All of this is, of course, weather. I defy anybody to find a pattern or trend towards rainfall becoming more…

Sky-high vanity: constructing the world’s tallest buildings creates high emissions

The pursuit of ‘vanity height’ in skyscrapers is driven by aesthetic appeal and the status of being ‘the tallest’. Redefining…