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By Guest Author On Saturday, September 8th, 2018
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Invisible friends: Startup developing software to help understand vast data of microbiomes

A Purdue University-affiliated startup is developing an intelligent software platform aimed at helping biologists to use microbes, the microscopic organisms that live in, on and around humans, plants, animals More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, September 5th, 2018
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Australia, New Zealand join Pacific Islands to sign Boe Declaration, global warming is ‘single greatest security threat,’ US needs to pay more

Watts With That published a guest post which displayed the authoritarian attitude over global warming in an article which began “Australia and New Zealand and the Pacific Island Nations have just tried to More...

By Brandon Jones On Tuesday, July 31st, 2018
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Global Warming fake news: Nat Geo photographer admits polar bear images, video were not connected to climate change

A National Geographic photographer is confessing that the a viral photo and video showing heart-wrenching images of a polar bear were not connected to global warming or climate change in any way. “We had More...

By Guest Author On Monday, July 16th, 2018
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These 3 Women Inventors Changed the World

Throughout history, women inventors have come up with groundbreaking ideas covering everything from improving life at home to advancing science and technology. Here’s a look at three female inventors you’ve More...

By Brandon Jones On Saturday, July 7th, 2018
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New global warming study warns of rising temperatures using data from 19th century, when the Earth was warmer

A new climate change study warns “Global warming could be far worse than predicted, new study suggests” and “Global Warming Is Worse Than We Thought And Could End Up Double What We Predicted [Study].” What More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
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Bees Can Identify Flowers by Patterns of Scent, Research Shows

New research from the University of Bristol and London’s Queen Mary University found that bumblebees can differentiate between flowers based on each bloom’s pattern of scent. Flowers are known for their More...

By Guest Author On Monday, May 21st, 2018
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Ping Pong Diplomacy: What Is It, and How Did it Help US and China Relations?

Sports- A Political tool Sports have united many and played an important role in maintaining international relations between nations. Many countries have taken the advantage of improving relations through sports More...

By The Dispatch On Wednesday, April 25th, 2018
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‘Unearthed’ Returns to Science Channel May 15

Science Channel’s #1 archaeology series ‘Unearthed’ returns to uncover hidden secrets of the world’s most renowned ancient monuments and civilizations. Combining scientific investigations and immersive More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, April 25th, 2018
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American Meteorological Society’s new study on global warming reduces forecasts by 30 to 45%

Global warming skeptics will not be surprised by the news that American Meteorological Society’s “Journal of Climate” study points to “substantially lower[ed]” forecasts of potential More...

By The Dispatch On Tuesday, April 24th, 2018
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‘Scijinks’ Premieres on Science Channel May 16

Using cutting-edge science as the foundation for outrageous stunts and practical jokes, “Scijinks”, the all-new science prank show hosted by Johnny Galecki, will premiere Wednesday, May 16 at 10 PM More...

By Guest Author On Tuesday, April 10th, 2018
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Animals Which Are Small but Significantly Strong

It is quite natural to feel weak and puny if you are not endowed with vital statistics to back you up. Height, built, broad shoulders, distinct muscles is ingrained in our minds to represent strength, masculinity, More...

By Guest Author On Monday, March 5th, 2018
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Weather Awareness Is Important for Any Age: Weather Lessons and Safety

Teaching students about the weather around them is a very vital part of any science lesson. It’s important that children are aware of the types of weather they may experience so they can make a plan with parents More...

By Guest Author On Friday, February 16th, 2018
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3 Tips to Engage Young Students in Science Classes

Teaching science and mathematics can prove a tough task for even the most dynamic instructors. And this is especially true with younger students in grade school or high school who may not exhibit much interest in More...

By Guest Author On Saturday, February 3rd, 2018
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Are Children Today in Danger of Receiving Too Much Homework?

Children need to learn. Children need an education. An education begins with repetition and retention. Children’s minds are not strong enough to survive on independent thinking. Not yet. It is through repetition More...

By Red Diogenes On Thursday, February 1st, 2018
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‘Star Trek Discovery’ season 2 to explore ‘themes of faith’ set nine years before Original Series

During the CBS panel presentation of Star Trek: Discovery at the Television Critics Association, producer Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts discussed the politics and social issues on television and later More...

By Guest Author On Saturday, January 27th, 2018
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5 Ways to Power Your Home or Office with Eco-friendly Renewable Energy

Using natural resources responsibly is essential for everyone. It is crucial for our present and essential for our future. You would surely do not want to see a world where all energy resources have been consumed. More...

By Brandon Jones On Thursday, January 25th, 2018
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New global warning study backtracks on ‘Catastrophic’ warnings, almost all models have ‘overestimated warming’

A new study published in the journal Nature by top climate scientists points to data contrasting the shocking warnings of underwater cities, extinction of polar bears and Al Gore graphs. The study’s conclusion More...

By Red Diogenes On Thursday, January 25th, 2018
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Iain Armitage, Jim Parsons talk Sheldon Cooper as ‘Young Sheldon’ season 2 goes forward

The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons has made Sheldon Cooper a household name with an Award-winning performance of the quirky California physicist from Texas. Now the spin-off, Young Sheldon is finding an audience More...

By Butter Bracco On Sunday, January 21st, 2018
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CNN warns that government shutdown could result in NASA not warning of destructive asteroids hitting the earth

While the debate over the government shutdown continues to be misguided, fueling more immigration talks and none on spending, CNN offered up their own concern: NASA’s asteroid monitoring service. Yes, the More...

By Guest Author On Thursday, November 9th, 2017
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Microscopes: an industry which is growing at a steady rate

The global microscope market is estimated to reach $12.7 billion no later than 2024. With so many advances happening in the industry, it goes without saying that using and owning even a cheap dissecting microscope More...


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