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Newly released images created from NASA satellite data illustrate the staggering effect the California drought has had on groundwater supply in the state. As Mashable's Patrick Kulp explains, the images show the amount of water lost over the past 12

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Perhaps the fairy circles wouldn't have been able to guard their secrets so successfully if they hadn't been so concentrated in a region referred to as "The land God made in anger." The circles occur in millions in a band where the arid grass

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The close proximity of stars to each other upon formation clearly involves a high probability for gravitational binding, assuming that astral formations aren't directly driven by binary interactions (which could very well be the case). Intellectuall

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Schematic illustration of experimental setup that found the human body, especially the face, emits visible light in small quantities that vary during the day. B is one fo the test subjects. The other images show the weak emissions of visible light du

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The giant creature first thought to be a great white shark was rapidly declared by experts to be an unknown species of shark as it's great weight and size were unheard of. Analysis of the teeth suggest the shark to be a parent of the Megalodon, an

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"It was ten miles to the dam. It was the longest, hardest ten miles I have ever travelled," said Mark, who has hiked to remote areas in Peru and the Amazon rainforest. "It is incredibly difficult country to get through. The foliage is so thi

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A European journey in the 1990's led Frank Chester, the San Francisco retired teacher, sculptor and geometer, to Dornach in Switzerland. Prior to this journey he had never heard anything about Rudolf Steiner or Anthroposophy. He was immediately imp

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To measure urbanization, the authors looked primarily at ground cover throughout the city, at several scales, where they collected each spider: Are surfaces mostly paved? Is there a lack of natural vegetation? Lawns as opposed to leaf litter? "T

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A hunter has been killed by a grizzly bear in the Northwest Territories. RCMP said they received a call Wednesday night about the attack southwest of Norman Wells near the Yukon boundary. Weather and darkness hampered search efforts until Thur

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Webster Cash, an astronomer whose Aragoscope concept recently won a Phase I award from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (see 'Aragoscope' Offers High Resolution Optics in Space), has also been deeply involved in starshades, in which

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hen a huge star many times the mass of the sun comes to the end of its life it collapses in on itself and forms a singularity - creating a black hole where gravity is so strong that not even light itself can escape. At least, that's what we thou

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A direct consequence appears to be that geometry is far more important than mass and this opens the door to negative gravity as well. It is noteworthy that a paper I discovered from a Russian expert on butterflys is probably valid. He determined t

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The results of a new study headed by Oxford University showed that vitamins B6, B12, and folic acid reduced brain atrophy, improved brain function, and dramatically reduced brain shrinkage in the part of the brain most affected in Alzheimer's. (1)

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These organisms, too, have proven difficult to categorise and some researchers have even suggested they were failed experiments in multi-cellular life. The authors of the paper recognise two new species of mushroom-shaped animal: Dendrogramma enig

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Could an unusual fish that walks hold secrets to evolution of animals, including humans? Ancient fish first came onto land around 400 million years ago. These tetrapods had four legs, and were distant ancestors to all land animals alive today, in

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Of what crisis do these alarm bells warn? Put simply, it's a breakdown of human communication. Evaporating emotional intelligence. You've heard it before, but consider it's impact. It strikes at the core of our being and leaves us resorting to

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Every cause of disease first begins with an imbalance in the body's energy systems, specifically, the interaction between how the heart communicates with the brain and the body. Fix that and there is no disease, ever. The heart can produce an elect

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pterosaur was about 2.3 feet (0.7 m) long and had a wingspan of about 4.9 feet (1.5 m). It had an elongated skull and a unique crest or bladelike bulge of bone on the tip of its lower jaw. The head of this newfound pterosaur is different from that o

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They usually occur about twice a century in the Milky Way Galaxy. But about 10 million years ago, a slew of them exploded right near our solar system. "Supernovas went off like popcorn," NASA says.

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The commercialization of the web is the ugly reality of the hidden cost of all the datacenters and servers required to power the Internet. And that commercialization is compounded by the power of the big digital platforms that dominate the web we hav

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In an article published in the scholarly journal Nature Physics, the researchers describe how they reached their conclusions after examining bubbles in containers holding water covered by a layer of oil. Using several experimental approaches, they pr

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Down the line, the Knowledge Vault could serve as the foundation for advanced augmented reality networks. The database would provide instant data, via heads-up display, on virtually anything you look at. The Knowledge Vault could also be used, eventu

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