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listverse   13 January 2023   World  
<p>Living in the shadow of a large dam means you have placed your trust in the engineers who designed it. Because if there were any errors in their calculations, the result could be a deadly catastrophe. When a dam breaches, the consequent water surge can ...
Greater Good Magazine   27 December 2022   World  
<p>Here at Greater Good, we tend to focus on the psychology, neuroscience, and (to a lesser degree) sociology of a meaningful life—that’s our bread and butter, which we highlight in our annual roundup of the year’s top scientific insights.<br>The Carina Nebula, ...
Artnet News   21 December 2022   World  
<p>It&rsquo;s perhaps our favorite time of year at Artnet News, when we look back through 12 months of coverage to revisit the best, most exciting stories that have graced our pages. As always, we especially like to revisit our archaeology archives to identify ...
Smithsonian magazine   16 December 2022   World  
<p>The flood of dinosaur discoveries this year was hard to keep up with. New species crammed scientific journal pages as experts published study after study that provided new insights into the biology, behavior and extinction of the “terrible lizards.” We ...
Sci Tech Daily   15 December 2022   World  
<p>According to research, climate change will have a severe effect on mountain landscapes and human activities, increasing the likelihood of avalanches, river floods, landslides, debris flows, and lake outburst floods.<br />Mountain landscapes all over the ...
BBC NEWS   17 November 2022   World  
<p>Vast amounts of bacteria could be released as the world's glaciers melt due to climate change, scientists have warned.<br />Potentially harmful pathogens are among the thousands of microbes that could leak into rivers and lakes.<br />Researchers at Aberystwyth ...
The Guardian   01 August 2022   World  
<p>If time feels tighter than ever of late, blame it on the revolution. On 29 June this year, Earth racked up an unusual record: its shortest day since the 1960s, when scientists began measuring the planet&rsquo;s rotation with high-precision atomic clocks.<br ...
lifehacker   24 November 2021   World  
<p>Dinosaurs have been extinct for over 65 million years, but scientists just can&rsquo;t let them rest in their colossal graves. Instead, they&rsquo;re digging up fossils, conducting research, and otherwise changing our understanding of dinosaur biology and ...
clickorlando.com   09 September 2021   World  
<p>Weather: We see and live through the changes every day.<br />The state of the atmosphere at a place and time is weather. There&rsquo;s the heat and rain, which we are familiar with here in Florida as well as dryness, sunshine, wind and -- well, you get ...
Sci Tech Daily   21 June 2021   World  
<p>Geologic activity on Earth appears to follow a 27.5-million-year cycle, giving the planet a &ldquo;pulse,&rdquo; according to a new study published in the journal Geoscience Frontiers.<br />&ldquo;Many geologists believe that geological events are random ...