Month: July 2019

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Researchers have developed artificial cells that can respond to external chemical forces, just like real ones do. This exciting step could get us closer to using synthetic biological structures in real-world situations, such as targeted drug delivery or cleaning up pollution.   In this proof-of-principle study, scientists have succeeded in getting artificial cells to glow
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NASA researchers believe we are heading towards a reversal of the planet’s magnetic field. And this would have catastrophic consequences for humanity as when the polar shift happens the Earth will have no magnetic field for about 200 years. When the polar shift happens the Earth will have no magnetic field for about 200 years.
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The Marfa Lights appear almost every clear night between Marfa and Paisano Pass in Texas. These mystery yellow, white and even sometimes colored lights move through the air with no real pattern, but disappear when approached closely, making scientific observation difficult. Magic! Mystery Marfa lights suddenly appear in northeastern Presidio County just in the desert facing the
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Wandering can be dangerous! Especially in forests of the Ryazan, Kaluga and the Krasnoyarsk regions of Russia where weird deep round holes have been discovered while exploring dense forests. Some mysterious deep craters discovered in Russian forests. This strange phenomenon was reported in some Russian forests where no cars and trucks can drive… so where
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Mount Iliamna, Augustine Volcano, Mount Redoubt and Mount Spurr, Anchorage’s closest neighbor volcanoes have an explosive, active history.  But the region around Alaska’s biggest city is hardly a stranger to volcanic eruptions and the mayhem they can cause. Cook Inlet volcanoes – Mount Iliamna, Augustine Volcano, Mount Redoubt and Mount Spurr – could have devastating consequences for Anchorage
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Indian tiger numbers are up, according to one of the most detailed wildlife surveys ever conducted. Tiger populations have risen by 6 percent, to roughly 3,000 animals. The massive survey may set a new world standard in counting large carnivores. The encouraging results validate India’s impressive investments in tiger conservation.   A mammoth effort Large,
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Every once in a while, mysterious red rain sporadically falls on the southern Indian state of Kerala and Sri Lanka. Now what is behind this strange phenomenon, staining clothes of baffled residents with blood-like water? Mysterious red rain falls in Kerala, India and Sri Lanka. Picture via Asrilanka.com The strange red colored rain phenomenon Red rains have first been
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A mysterious geologic event that is emitting fire, steam and a sulfur smell baffles residents and officials in Eagle, Alaska. As if a little volcano crater had opened up out-of-nowhere. A mysterious steaming crater opened up after explosion in Eagle, Alaska. Picture by NPS Alaska Public reports that a mysterious geologic event occured near Eagle,
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Sometimes, strange stuff forms in the skies. Like this squadron of fluffy alien saucers over Puerto Natales, Chile. The following pictures feature eerie, saucer-shaped puffs that seem to hang over the sky like UFOs. Technically called “lenticular clouds,” the weird phenomenon seen over Puerto Natales has a simple explanation. And these so-called “UFO clouds” are
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Researchers recently found more than 200 dead reindeer on the island of Svalbard in Norway. The animals starved to death due to the ongoing climate anomalies, disrupting their access to the plants that they typically eat. More than 200 dead reindeer starved to death on the island of Svalbard in Norway. Picture: ELIN VINJE JENSSEN
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A vast cloud of nuclear radiation that spreadover continental Europe in 2017 has been traced to an unacknowledged nuclear accident in southern Russia. The cloud of radiation could only have been caused by a nuclear fuel-reprocessing accident at the Mayak Production Association, a nuclear facility in the Chelyabinsk region of the Ural Mountains in Russia, sometime
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Over 200 Svalbard reindeer have been found dead on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard. That’s one of the highest recorded death tolls since population monitoring commenced in 1978, and scientists believe climate change played a key role.   According to a report on the Norwegian Polar Institute’s website, the reindeer (Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus) suffered a
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Across the United States, nuclear waste is accumulating in poorly maintained piles. 90,000 metric tons of nuclear waste requiring disposal are currently in temporary storage. Now, the United States has to find a solution. The United States has yet to construct a long-term storage solution for this waste, leaving the nuclear material vulnerable to extreme weather
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Almost six years after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe famously declared the contaminated water problem at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant “under control,” today it remains anything but. Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) continues to face difficulties in dealing with water contaminated with radioactive substances at its crippled plant. Fukushima disaster update: Toxic water level at
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About a quarter of the universe’s mass consists of a mysterious, unseen substance called dark matter. And there’s a chance that one form of it could behave like tiny, high-speed projectiles, blasting through human flesh like bullets. A huge ring of dark matter surrounds the center of the massive galaxy cluster CL0024+17. Picture: Hubble Space
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DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. And the results are horrific. 6 drug distributors and 3 drug manufacturers are accused to be behind the unprecedented opioid crisis ravaging America right now. Picture: Laura Buckman/Bloomberg via Getty Images Between 2006 and 2012, 3 opioid drug makers and 6 distributors flooded the country with