Science

Kim Basinger and PETA Help Stop Plan to Capture Belugas

by Amanda Just

Actress and animal rights activist, Kim Basinger teamed up with PETA to help deny the Georgia Aquarium and its Sea World affiliates’ request to capture wild belugas.

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100000 Have Signed Up to Become Vegans on Mars

by Michael dEstries

Mars One, a project vying to create the first human colony on Mars, has received more than 100,000 applications for the one-way trip to the red planet. It’s an extremely

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Elephants in India Mourn, Retaliate After Deadly Train Incident

by Amanda Just

To anyone who has ever argued that animals don’t have feelings, please share this story with them. Earlier this month, a train struck and killed an elephant in eastern India,

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2013 Perseid Meteor Shower to Shine on August 11, 12

by Michael dEstries

The annual Perseid Meteor Shower will make its appearance in the night sky starting this weekend – with possibly up to 50-100 meteoroids shooting through the sky per hour. It’s caused by

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World’s First Lab-Grown Burger Cooked and Eaten in London

by Megan Thompson

It may sound like a meal from a sci-fi novel, but this burger is definitely not a work of fiction. Earlier today, Professor Mark Post unveiled the world’s first lab-grown

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Study Finds Breastfed Babies Become Smartest Children

by Megan Thompson

Researchers at the Boston Children’s Hospital have discovered a significant link between breastfeeding and higher intelligence later in life.

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Climate Change Melts Arctic Ice and Forms Lake at North Pole

by Megan Thompson

Scientists have been calling attention to the global warming crisis for years, but they now have pictures that are truly worth a thousand words.

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