Tag: Science

Smaller Lake Erie Algae Bloom, But Danger Still Looms

July 9, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Smaller Lake Erie Algae Bloom, But Danger Still Looms

Experts predict that the Lake Erie algae bloom will be smaller this year, but they also warn that the danger is not over. A new report released by experts revealed that the Lake Erie algae bloom in the summer of 2016 will be less damaging than expected. Scientists say that the fourth largest lake in […]

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Dinosaur-killing asteroid also affected Antarctic creatures

May 29, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 2 Replies More
Dinosaur-killing asteroid also affected Antarctic  creatures

A dinosaur-killing asteroid that struck Earth over 66 million years ago, also annihilated numerous marine animals in Antarctica. The study is based on more than 6,000 marine fossils that were extinct about 65 to 69 million years ago – the same time the massive asteroid hit Earth. A dinosaur-killing asteroid is also the reason that […]

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Cephalopods thrive in warm oceans

May 25, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 7 Replies More
Cephalopods thrive in warm oceans

Cephalopods thrive in warm oceans, according to a new study by Australian researchers. The scientists have discovered that cephalopods such as octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish have been thriving despite “unchecked carbon emissions into the atmosphere and other human actions” that have hurt many other marine species. Cephalopods thrive in warm oceans despite climate change and […]

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Lizards sleep in stages, claims new study

April 29, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Lizards sleep in stages, claims new study

Lizards sleep in stages, according to a new study. German scientists have discovered that lizards known as the Australian bearded dragons sleep in two stages and are capable of dreaming. According to German researchers, lizards sleep in stages and even have dreams – about insects and their natural habitats. The study on lizards’ sleeping patterns […]

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Soy microbial pathogens find could prevent some food contamination

April 26, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 7 Replies More
Soy microbial pathogens find could prevent some food contamination

Soy can prevent microbial pathogens contamination on food, says a new study. According to Professor Suresh Neethirajan, soy or soya bean is proven to be a better and safer natural anti-microbial agent than the current roster of synthetic chemicals. The food industry should be using soy or soya beans to stop the growth of microbial […]

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Eaglet Hatched, Eagle Cam Catches All

March 19, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Eaglet Hatched, Eagle Cam Catches All

An eaglet hatched, and the moment was caught on a webcam for the world to see. Friday morning, the great eagle cam caught the long awaited baby bald eagle cracking out of its egg at the National Arboretum in Washington, D.C. An eaglet hatched, and it was caught on the eagle cam at the National […]

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Bumblebees & Pesticides: Bees Affected By Exposure Face Problems

March 17, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Bumblebees & Pesticides: Bees Affected By Exposure  Face  Problems

Bumblebees exposed to pesticides have lost the ability to learn the skills they need to collect nectar and pollen. According to a new study by Canadian scientists, pesticides cause diseases and the decline of bumblebee populations around the world. Bumblebees and pesticides simply do not go well together. A group of scientists from Canada and […]

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NASA photonic propulsion: Mars travel in 3 days could become a reality

February 25, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
NASA photonic propulsion: Mars travel in 3 days could become a reality

NASA’s photonic propulsion will make it possible to travel to Mars in three days. Instead of six months, NASA researchers are crafting a new laser technology known as photonic propulsion, which will propel a giant sail to Mars in as little as three days. NASA’s photonic propulsion could permit Mars travel in three days instead […]

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Glaciers Slow Earth Rotation, Melting And Climate Change Are To Blame, Claims New Study

December 16, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 3 Replies More
Glaciers Slow Earth Rotation, Melting And Climate Change Are To Blame, Claims New Study

Melting glaciers could slow Earth’s rotation, according to experts. Harvard University scientists have discovered that climate change – the melting of glaciers and the rise in sea level will ultimately slow down the planet’s rotation and lead to longer days. Maybe you should get a new technologically advanced watch for Christmas because time will slightly […]

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Antarctica hottest day at 63.3°F drags climate change debate to forefront

April 1, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 10 Replies More
Antarctica hottest day at 63.3°F drags climate change debate to forefront

Antarctica’s hottest day ever recorded was on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, when the temperature skyrocketed to 63.5°F (17.5°C). A group of Argentinean scientists at the station located in Hope Bay, Trinity Peninsula claimed that Antarctica’s hottest day prior to March 24, was shockingly on March 23rd when the temperature hit 63.3°F (17.4°C). Antarctica’s hottest day […]

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Large Hadron Collider: New Experiment Using The Large Hadron Collider Might Debunk The ‘Big Bang Theory’ Soon

March 25, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Large Hadron Collider: New Experiment Using The Large Hadron Collider Might Debunk The ‘Big Bang Theory’ Soon

Large Hadron Collider, also known as LHC’s reboot, has been put on hold for few days or weeks due to an “intermittent short circuit,” according to a statement issued by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). The Large Hadron Collider, which proved the existence of the Higgs boson “God particle,” is set to find […]

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Talk Show Announced: ‘Star Talk’ Is Coming To National Geographic Channel

March 19, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Neil deGrasse Tyson Talk Show Announced: ‘Star Talk’ Is Coming To National Geographic Channel

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s talk show is coming. Astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson is set to turn his popular podcast into a weekly talk show called Star Talk that will air on the National Geographic Channel. Tyson’s Star Talk will be an infusion of science and pop culture and of course interviews with famous people like […]

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Toilet Paper Inventor’s Patent Answers Old Question

March 18, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Toilet Paper Inventor’s Patent Answers Old Question

Toilet paper inventor’s patent answers a question that has been on everybody’s mind since 1891, over or under? According to Seth Wheeler’s original patent, the paper goes over the roll. Toilet paper inventor’s patent gives a clear answer to the 124-year-old question: Should the paper go over or under the roll? While toilet paper or […]

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New Island Tonga: Ephemeral Island Born From Volcano Attracts Tourists

March 16, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 8 Replies More
New Island Tonga: Ephemeral Island Born From Volcano Attracts Tourists

New island off Tonga has people talking. The stunning photos of the new island, which belongs to the Tonga Kingdom, have been posted on the internet by a local businessman and photographer. A lengthy volcanic eruption in Tonga, has given birth to a new island and its dimensions are 1.1 miles by 0.9 miles. The […]

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Ancient Chamorro Village Rediscovered, Found In Guam

December 18, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Ancient Chamorro Village Rediscovered, Found In Guam

Ancient Chamorro village rediscovered and story goes viral. An ancient Chamorro village was rediscovered in Ritidian Point by University of Guam Archaeologist, Dr. Mike Carson. The lost Chamorro village, which contains about 10 latte sets and probably ancient burials, was first discovered in the 1920s. An ancient Chamorro village was rediscovered and is making headlines […]

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Unicorn Deer Killed: Intense Debate Over The Killing Of Rare Unicorn Deer By Hunter

November 19, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | 48 Replies More
Unicorn Deer Killed: Intense Debate Over The Killing Of Rare Unicorn Deer By Hunter

Unicorn deer killed and story makes headlines. A ‘unicorn deer’ was killed during the summer in Celje, Slovenia by a hunter who was shocked by the mystical creature. Just as scientists in Europe are studying the animal, a woman by the name of Amy Calkin from Washington, has published pictures and a video to prove […]

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100-year-old Notebook Found In Antarctica

October 28, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
100-year-old Notebook Found In Antarctica

Century-old notes found in Antarctica, shed light on Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s extraordinary work. The 100-year-old notebook contained notes and pictures detailing Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s 1910-1913 doomed voyage to Antarctica. Century-old notes found buried in the Antarctic snow, have been restored, sewed back together and digitized. In January of 2013, as the summer snow […]

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Espanola Police Station Ghost: Cop Captures Ghost On Camera

September 25, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Espanola Police Station Ghost: Cop Captures Ghost On Camera

Cop captures ghost on camera, claims it’s all real and the clip goes viral. The Espanola police station ghost video is very interesting and entertaining to say the least. A police officer from the Espanola police station in New Mexico claimed that he spotted a ghost on surveillance video. According to Officer Karl Romero, he […]

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