A Massive ‘Blob’ Of Abnormal Conditions In The Pacific Ocean Has Increased Ozone Levels
Feb19

A Massive ‘Blob’ Of Abnormal Conditions In The Pacific Ocean Has Increased Ozone Levels

Nicknamed ‘The Blob’ a vast amount of abnormally warm water in the middle of the Pacific Ocean – Researchers have found that this is directly affecting the increased levels of Ozone right above Western US.

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Earth Has A Brand-New Continent Called Zealandia
Feb18

Earth Has A Brand-New Continent Called Zealandia

According to a new study of Earth’s crust, there’s a 7th geologic continent called “Zealandia,” and it has been hiding right under our noses all this time.

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Scientists Are Bringing Woolly Mammoths Back From The Dead
Feb18

Scientists Are Bringing Woolly Mammoths Back From The Dead

Mammoths became extinct thousands of years ago, however with the advancement in modern technology scientists claim they are only two years away from bringing the woolly mammoth species back from the dead.

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Earth’s Water May Not Have Originated With Comet Collisions After All
Feb11

Earth’s Water May Not Have Originated With Comet Collisions After All

In the past it was commonly believed by scientists that the water on earth came after comet collisions deposited ice. But, according to new study conducted by the scientist at University College Dublin, reveals that the liquid that is the key for life just may have originated on our

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Sony Patents Contact Lens That Records Video By Blinking
Feb10

Sony Patents Contact Lens That Records Video By Blinking

The recording is basically turned on and off with the blink by the user and the sensors can detect if it was an intentional or unintentional done. The image capture technology and data storage would be held within the lens.

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How We Make Decisions: Scientists Identify The Two Brain Mechanisms Which Control Speed And Accuracy
Feb07

How We Make Decisions: Scientists Identify The Two Brain Mechanisms Which Control Speed And Accuracy

According to a new research scientists have identified two distinct mechanisms in the human brain that control the balance between accuracy and speed when making decisions.

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