Cold War project found disturbing 'life-like' fossil plants under Greenland

Frozen soil held plant fragments that may be a million years old. | Continue reading


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'Dark Watchers' have been spooking California hikers for centuries

Enormous, shadowy figures in hats and cloaks have haunted the California coast for more than 300 years. What are they? | Continue reading


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New Theory on Why Men Love Breasts – Breast Evolution – Live Science

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Monster antimatter particle slams into Antarctica

This event was predicted in 1960, but never seen before in the real world. | Continue reading


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Radioactive 'snowflakes' act like the tiniest nuclear bombs in the universe

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Sea slug can chop off its head and grow an entire new body, twice

It is one of the "most extreme" examples of regeneration ever seen. | Continue reading


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Astronaut-explorer makes record-breaking dive to deepest point on Earth

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Bizarre 'swirlons' are a new kind of matter – Live Science

Researchers discover a new state of active matter. | Continue reading


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Black holes could be dark stars with 'Planck hearts'

They may not be black or holes. | Continue reading


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Renaissance-era letter sealed centuries virtually unfolded&read for first time

X-ray scans and digital reconstructions unlocked long-sealed documents. | Continue reading


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Overgrown sheep 'Baarack' gets epic quarantine haircut, loses 78 lbs. of wool

"Not Australia's answer to the yeti, but a sheep." | Continue reading


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Mysterious stripes spotted over Russia in satellite images and NASA is perplexed

Scientists can't agree on why these hills in the Russian Arctic ripple with stripes. | Continue reading


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Cosmologists create 4k virtual universes to solve Big Bang mystery

A supercomputer presses the rewind button on the universe's creation. | Continue reading


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There's a secret code in the Mars rover's parachute

NASA scientists teased the code's existence on Monday. The Internet solved it within 6 hours. | Continue reading


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Dogs know where their paws end and the world begins – Live Science

Dogs may have self-awareness just like humans. | Continue reading


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Researchers clone endangered black-footed ferret

The feat marks the first time an endangered species in the U.S. has been cloned. | Continue reading


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How many early human species existed on Earth?

It depends on your definition of human. | Continue reading


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Chemists create and capture einsteinium, the elusive 99th element

Scientists have uncovered some of its basic chemical properties for the first time. | Continue reading


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UK coronavirus variant develops vaccine-evading mutation

In a handful of instances, the U.K. coronavirus variant has developed a mutation called E484K, which may impact vaccine effectiveness. | Continue reading


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Au-Spot, the AI robot dog that's training to explore caves on Mars

Sit! Stay! Fetch! Map a Martian cave! | Continue reading


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First preserved dinosaur butthole is 'perfect' and 'unique,' paleontologist says

This was a multipurpose hole. | Continue reading


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Man grows mushrooms in blood after self-treatment

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Earth is whipping around quicker than it has in a half-century

It could mean a "negative" leap second. | Continue reading


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Woman's garden 'stepping stone' turns out to be an ancient Roman artifact

She had been using it as a stair to mount her horse. | Continue reading


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A Student Photographed a Single Atom with a Store-Bought Camera (2018)

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The coolest ancient weapons discovered in 2020

Archaeologists unearthed amazing swords, daggers and other weaponry this year. | Continue reading


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How Much Longer Can Earth Support Life?

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Creepy AI-Created Portrait Fetches $432,500 at Auction (2018)

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Mysterious asteroid the size of a dwarf planet is lurking in our solar system

Where did this strange meteorite come from? | Continue reading


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Seals are making 'Star Wars' noises at each other underwater,we have no idea why

They chirp, whistle and trill like droids — and scientists are hearing it now for the first time. | Continue reading


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Our galaxy's black hole closer to Earth than we thought

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What's the biggest group of animals ever recorded on Earth? – Live Science

For these gregarious animals, 'alone time' is a fantasy. | Continue reading


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China is opening world's largest radio telescope up to international scientists

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The Milky Way is probably full of dead civilizations

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Sprawling 8-mile-long 'canvas' of ice age beasts discovered in Amazon rainforest

Ice age people painted these animals 12,600 years ago. | Continue reading


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Why Microwaved Eggs Explode (2017)

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Mystery illness sickens more than 300 in India: epilepsy-like symptoms

Patients were hospitalized with epilepsy-like symptoms, including seizures and loss of consciousness, as well as nausea and vomiting. | Continue reading


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Is anyone on Earth not an immigrant?

Almost every human population has moved at some point. | Continue reading


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Mysterious black spot in polar explorer's diary offers gruesome clue to his fate

Jørgen Brønlund was the last to die during the ill-fated mission in Greenland. | Continue reading


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Facts about Uranium (2017)

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Steve is smearing green 'streaks' across the sky, and nobody knows why

The green streaks only last for 30 seconds, then vanish. What are they? | Continue reading


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Viking ship in Norway buried near cult temple, feast hall and funeral mounds

Ground penetrating radar found subterranean ritual structures. | Continue reading


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Did a "lost" extinction 230 million years ago empty the oceans and pave the way for dinosaurs? | Continue reading


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First instance of microevolution in early human relative discovered

Climate change prompted microevolution in now-extinct species. | Continue reading


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Mysterious 'gene within a gene' found in the coronavirus

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'Gravitational molecules' may orbit black holes like electrons around atoms

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Bacterium survived on the outside of the Space Station for an entire year

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What was the largest empire in the world?

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