Science

  • Perpetually Congested Woman Had a Tooth Growing into Her Nose
  • Perpetually Congested Woman Had a Tooth Growing

    • 1 year ago
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    Have you ever had one of those colds where no matter how hard you blow your nose, you still feel congested? That was daily life for a 57-year-old woman in China who had nosebleeds, congestion and inflammation for decades, according to news

  • China to Abolish Petrol and Diesel Cars
  • China to Abolish Petrol and Diesel Cars

    • 1 year ago
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    In a major push to environmental protection, China has announced plans to cut back and eventually abolish production of petrol and diesel cars in the country. The country, which is the largest emitter of carbon dioxide in the world, will promote

  • Massive Black Hole Discovered Near Heart Of The Milky Way
  • Massive Black Hole Discovered Near Heart Of The

    • 1 year ago
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    If confirmed, the object will rank as the second largest blackhole in the Milky Way after the supermassive Sagittarius A* which is located at the very centre of the galaxy.
     A huge blackhole - about 100,000 times more ma

  • Did the First Flower Look Like This?
  • Did the First Flower Look Like This?

    • 1 year ago
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    All living flowers ultimately derive from a single ancestor that lived about 140 million years ago, a study suggests.
    Scientists combined models of flower evolution with the largest data set of features from

  • SPACE WARNING: Death star heading towards Earth will end life with hail of space rocks
  • SPACE WARNING: Death star heading towards Earth

    • 1 year ago
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    The star known as HIP 85605 is one of 14 stars that are heading towards Earth, and experts have given it a 90 per cent chance of reaching the edge of our solar system.
     

  • A New Planet Is Found, Or At Least We Hope So
  • A New Planet Is Found, Or At Least We Hope So

    • 1 year ago
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    Just in time for summer movie season comes news that something huge is lurking out there at the edge of the solar system. It's really big. It's never before been detected. It's warping gravity fields. No, it's not the latest

  • India Puts Cartosat, Niusat, 29 Foreign Satellites Into Orbit
  • India Puts Cartosat, Niusat, 29 Foreign

    • 1 year ago
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    In yet another successful multiple satellite launch mission, India on Friday successfully put into orbit its own earth observation satellite Cartosat, nano satellite NIUSAT and 29 foreign satellites from 14 countries. 
    T

  •  'We Are Probably Not Alone': NASA Finds 10 'Earth-Like' Worlds
  • 'We Are Probably Not Alone': NASA Finds 10

    • 1 year ago
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    'We Are Probably Not Alone': NASA Finds 10 'Earth-Like' Worlds
    The official catalog now contains 4,034 total "candidates" - tiny blips in the data that are thought to signal the presence of a planet around a

  • Icebergs Ahoy Massive Islands of Ice Float by Canadian Coast
  • Icebergs Ahoy Massive Islands of Ice Float by

    • 2 years   ago
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    Huge icebergs, some so massive they dwarf nearby buildings, are drifting along the coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada, creating an awe-inspiring sight for locals and tourists alike.

  • 25 Places You Should Visit Before They Disappear Forever
  • 25 Places You Should Visit Before They Disappear

    • 2 years   ago
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    Earth is home to incredibly beautiful natural sites. But because of climate change and human carelessness, some of them are in danger of disappearing in the next 100 years — or even sooner.

  • 200 Coders and Hackers United to Save NASA's Climate Data From Deletion
  • 200 Coders and Hackers United to Save NASA's

    • 2 years   ago
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    In one day, a group of 200 hackers, coders, and students saved 8,404 NASA and DOE webpages onto the Internet Archive and downloaded 25 gigabytes from 101 public datasets.
    Access to this valuable information is essential if we

  • A bright green meteor streaked over Wisconsin - and the video is jaw-dropping
  • A bright green meteor streaked over Wisconsin -

    • 2 years   ago
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    Flash...boom.
    It took just seconds for a bright green fireball - and apparent meteor - to streak across the dark sky over Wisconsin at about 1:31 am Monday morning. But thanks to the magic (and paranoia) of our digital age, t

  • Science a favourite,commerce comes close second
  • Science a favourite,commerce comes close second

    • 2 years   ago
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    Science has once again scored over other streams and emerged as the most preferred option for students seeking admission to Class XI. Apart from choosing the right stream,students are also opting for their choice of school,with Government Model