Science

  • A Science Icon Died 17 Years Ago. In His Last Interview, He Made A Warning That Gives Me Goosebumps
  • A Science Icon Died 17 Years Ago. In His Last

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    Carl Edward Sagan (/ˈseɪɡən/; November 9, 1934 – December 20, 1996) was an American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, science popularizer and science communicator in astronomy and natural sciences. His contributions were

  • Secrets of solar Flares Are Unlocked
  • Secrets of solar Flares Are Unlocked

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    Scientists may finally understand the mechanism behind solar flares.
    Flares can occur on their own, or be accompanied by powerful eruptions of plasma (charged gas) from the Sun.

  • Scientists Discover The First Planets Outside The Milky Way
  • Scientists Discover The First Planets Outside The

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    The truth is out there. And past that is a cluster of planets 3.8 billion light-years away, a recent discovery that if confirmed could extend the boundary of what we know about the universe.
    Using data from a NASA X-ray labor

  • Blood From 500-Year-Old Girl May Help Fight Diseases Today
  • Blood From 500-Year-Old Girl May Help Fight

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    When you imagine finding the 500-year-old remains of a person, you might think you'd find some bones, or perhaps some scraps of material that used to be clothing. Consider, then, the surprise of scientists who found a fully preserved girl,

  • This Simple Test Lets You Know If Your Microwave Has a Radiation Leak
  • This Simple Test Lets You Know If Your Microwave

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    Have you ever wondered if your microwave oven leaks radiation? If so, it turns out there is a pretty simple test to check the radiation 'seal' on your microwave oven. We all want to make sure we are not exposed to the rays that turn

  • Don't Believe The Earth Is Flat? How About Hollow?
  • Don't Believe The Earth Is Flat? How About

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    The Flat Earth theory has had a lot of media coverage in recent months. Flat-Earthers fiercely believe that our lovely planet is, in fact, flat and that there's a huge multi-organisational cover-up to keep us in the dark.

  • Unsolved Mysteries That Science Can't Explain
  • Unsolved Mysteries That Science Can't Explain

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    There are some secrets about which Science also had no explanation..
    Nature plays some card which takes a hold of the mother Earth and does not allow the mankind to interfere. They are in the form of the mysterious phenomenon

  • This Artificial Kidney Eliminates the Need for Kidney Dialysis
  • This Artificial Kidney Eliminates the Need for

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    This artificial kidney can change a whole lot of things.
    #1 The Video It has been working perfectly fine with zero rejection rate. The research has shown promisin

  • Adorable Baby Dragon Discovered in Thailand, Is This Possible?
  • Adorable Baby Dragon Discovered in Thailand, Is

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    This adorable baby dragon is all over Facebook’s newsfeed. In fact, this green little creature became the trending topic in everyone’s timeline. But one question remains. Is the story of this cute mythical creature  true? Well,

  • 14 Mysterious Facts And Incidents That Still Remain Unexplained To This Date!
  • 14 Mysterious Facts And Incidents That Still

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    Our World is full of Mystery. There are tons of strange and disturbing facts about our world that most of us don't know. Check out a few of such facts here.
    #14 The Mummy Returns!

  • Watch The Amazing Video: Scientists Create Artificial Womb That Can Help A Fetus Grow
  • Watch The Amazing Video: Scientists Create

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    Scientists have done the unthinkable by creating an artificial womb which could one day be a lifesaver for babies who are born prematurely. The device which was tested on fetal lambs is proving extremely promising according to a study that was