Science

U.S. Light Pollution Captured in Stunning New Satellite Images (Video)

by Michael dEstries

It’s no wonder so many of you can’t see the Milky Way at night. The best-yet look at Earth’s artificial light has been captured by NASA’s new Suomi NPP satellite. The

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U.S. Government: ‘The Mayan Apocalypse will not Happen’

by Michael dEstries

The Feds became the latest entity earlier this week forced to confront rumors of the Mayan Apocalypse on December 21, 2012.

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Birds Keep Parasites Away By Using Cigarette Butts in Nests

by Ali Berman

City dwelling birds have found a use for one of the worst sources of pollution out there.

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African Lion Habitat, Populations Devastated, Report Says

by Michael dEstries

The big cats that roam the continent’s savannahs have lost as much as 75 percent of their habitat in less than 50 years.

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Robots to Replace Navy Dolphins in Hunt for Underwater Mines

by Ali Berman

Since the 1950′s the Navy has been using marine animals like dolphins and sea lions in their efforts to keep ports safe.

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Climbing the World’s Second Largest Tree in a Snowstorm (Video)

by Michael dEstries

“The President” – a 3,200 year old, 224-foot giant sequoia – is now the world’s number 2 largest tree.

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Film Review: Chasing Ice

by Crystal Wiltshire

Few films have the ability to be described as both strikingly beautiful and yet utterly terrifying. The global warming documentary, Chasing Ice, masters breathtaking imagery while showcasing realistic changes that

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