Science

Weed-Killing Robot Could Put Giant Dent in Herbicide Use

by Revmodo

By Deena Shanker, Revmodo.com Farmers that don’t want to use herbicides for weed control are in for some good news. The time consuming, physically demanding job of weed pulling might

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Record Loss of Arctic Ice May Trigger Crazy, Snowy Winter

by Michael dEstries

Looking out at the gorgeous, warm sunshine this afternoon, it’s hard to imagine that in a few short months, those of us in the Northeast U.S. will all be adding

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Scottish Wildcats ‘Only Months Away’ from Extinction

by Michael dEstries

Th Scottish Wildcat, the only surviving member of the cat family native to Britain, is on the verge of extinction – with conservationists estimating that the species could be lost forever within

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Pollia Condensata: The Shiniest Living Thing on Earth

by Revmodo

Deep in the Ghana forest, there’s a plant that grows the shiniest fruit in the world. The brilliant blue fruits come from Pollia condensata and are actually the shiniest living thing of

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‘Living Cells’ from a Woolly Mammoth Possibly Recovered in Siberia

by Michael dEstries

After an exciting discovery earlier this year of a well-preserved strawberry-blond Wolly Mammoth with soft tissue and hair, scientists have announced an even more startling find: a mammoth with ‘living’ cells.

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USA Is the Only Country to Bully Climate Change Scientists

by Ali Berman

Ever hear a politician, or even just a guy you meet at the bar, rip into scientists about the evidence behind climate change?

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We’ve Officially Wiped Out the Japanese River Otter

by Michael dEstries

Japan’s Ministry of the Environment has officially declared the Japanese River Otter extinct – more than 30 years after one was last spotted.

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