Science

Yikes: 1600 Years of Ice in Andes Melted in Only 25 Years

by Michael dEstries

How’s this for stunning proof of accelerated climate change? Scientists reported Thursday that thanks to a unique method of carbon dating, they’ve been able to determine that glacial ice in

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The Immortal Jellyfish is a Wonder of Nature

by Ashlee Piper

Enter the oldest living animal on Earth, Turritopsis nutricula, also aptly known as the immortal jellyfish, to take us to school on living a long, prosperous life.

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Auction for Massive Fossilized Egg Could Reach $45,000

by Michael dEstries

Christie’s has announced that it will auction off a rare sub-fossilized egg from the extinct Madagascar Elephant Bird – which at over 10 feet tall, was once the world’s largest

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James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger 3D Film Coming This Fall

by Michael dEstries

On the heels of his announcement that he’s donating the high-tech deep-sea submarine that took him 7 miles under the Western Pacific, James Cameron also let slip a few more

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James Cameron Donates Deep Sea Sub to Science

by Michael dEstries

The Deepsea Challenger submersible that took James Cameron on a record-breaking dive  seven miles under the Western Pacific is getting a new home. The 58-year-old filmmaker and explorer made the

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WATCH: Two Men Save a Stranded Dolphin in Australia

by Ali Berman

Paul Burt, a reporter for 9News in Australia, and a friend found what they believed to be a dead dolphin on a tidal river flat of Tweed River.

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Astronomers Team Up for Potentially Historic Comet ISON

by Michael dEstries

With Comet PANSTARRS now fading from view in the western sky, all attention is being turned towards Comet ISON – and what could not only be the greatest celestial event

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