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PLANETARY ORIGINS AND CORRELATIONS WITH MOLTEN ROCK
  A lay understanding of what molten rock is doesn’t really suggest that it’s as important as it is, but it’s very significant to origin studies in the broad sense of the phrase, as evidenced by two very recently published studies that illustrate as much. The significance of molten rock can best
Cedric Dent 기자
After Centuries of no Wolf Sightings, Belgium Catches Glimpse of Pioneering Wolf
  For the first time in 100 years, a pioneering wolf was spotted in Belgium. The wolf is Naya, a female, which originally came from eastern Germany and traveled across Europe. During her journey, Naya killed two sheep and injured a third sheep near Meerhout, a Belgian town, The Guardian report
​Vittorio Hernandez 기자
RESEARCHERS PUSH FOR MORE SPOTLIGHT ON THE FEMALE BIRDSONG
  Researchers are accusing ornithologists of gender inequality because of their use of the image of a bright colored male birdsong singing furiously to make known his breeding territory. Nearby is a dull colored female attending to the nest. That image is not applicable to most of the world’s
Vittorio Hernandez 기자
Climate Change and Pet Ownership Affect the Spread of Fleas Worldwide
  Billions of dollars are spent every year to destroy or prevent flea infestation on both cats and dogs. Fleas are known to be vectors of infectious diseases and they are spreading like wildfire around the world. These parasites not only affect domestic animals but feral animals and human communi
​Ralph Chen 기자
MORE POSITIVE OUTLOOKS ON THE GLOBAL WARMING FIGHT
  NASA has announced that it has extended a grant to American aerospace to the tune of $2.85 million in order to study the gradual changes that happen over a set period of time in earth’s atmosphere. The study is expected to focus on the ionosphere in particular and thereby supplement the two sat
Cedric Dent 기자
Thawing Permafrost Could Release Large Amounts of Mercury into Environment
  More pollutants could possibly build up in the atmosphere and the food web with the thawing of the permafrost because of climate change. With the land becoming warmer, it may release large quantities of mercury back into the environment. The massive natural reserves of mercury bound up in Ar
​Vittorio Hernandez 기자
GROUNDBREAKING MASS EXTINCTION PREDICTION PARALLELS PERMIAN EXTINCTION
  Man-made climate change is reportedly such a threat to the biodiversity of even just animals on earth (let alone other organic life) that species are proving to adapt too slowly to niche habitats all over the world according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Bath ba
Cedric Dent 기자
SPACE METEOROLOGIST WARNS ABOUT IMPACT OF SOLAR STORMS ON DRIVERLESS VEHICLES
  In case of solar storms, there could be a massive spike in geomagnetic activity and radiation which will affect driverless cars. The vehicles, which heavily rely on GPS, could experience mayhem since the connection between a GPS system and the satellites could be cut off. What would follow on t
Vittorio Hernandez 기자
LEAD CONTAMINATION KILLS ALMOST 412,000 PEOPLE EVERY YEAR IN THE US
  There are almost 412,000 people in the US who die every year because of lead contamination. They number of about 10 times higher than the figure cited by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington in Seattle. The researchers monitored over 14,000 adults f
Vittorio Hernandez 기자
STUDY OF FISH-EATING BATS AIM TO TEACH ROBOT COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  The head of the Bat Lab for Neuro-Ecology at Tel Aviv University is leading a study on improving the ways that robots can talk with one another using sound. The focus of Yossi Yovel is the Mexican fish-eating bat in the Gulf of California that interacts with its kind. The bat feeds on small
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