Biggest Asteroid Since 2011 Passes Undetected

Asteroids or even comets passing close to our planet is always a popular topic, but what “close” means in cosmic terms is not defined that well. For a comet, it could be something like a few million miles. On the...

Fast Radio Bursts are Finally Understood by Scientists

Modern astronomy is not a science without its mysteries. After a five-year-long observation noticed a repeating pattern in a radio signal coming from a tiny dwarf galaxy about three billion light-years from our home planet, we might be a step...

Unified Field Theory, a Research that Lasted for a Century

Even though Einstein did not manage to develop a Unified Field Theory, other researchers have already started their search for a perfect blend between String theory and Grand Unified Theories. In addition to this, the new theories have succeeded in...

Dying Coral Reefs Shift Colors To Vibrant Nuances In Attempt To Survive

For years, coral reefs around the world have been under the constant threat of mass bleaching events as the oceans' temperatures continue growing because of climate change. Unfortunately, corals stand little chance of bouncing back from such events. However, a...

Vitamin D Might Be The Key In Beating Coronavirus, Study Says

If you are afraid of Coronavirus, you might consider getting some light. A Yahoo Life report says that researchers from Trinity College Dublin published a study that shows that vitamin D deficiency and high mortality rates from COVID-19 are proportional....

The UK government instructs its citizens about wearing face masks

Are citizens instructed to wear masks? The answer to that question is no. The advice of the government on this issue is extremely clear and quite lax, compared to a number of other countries. The advice is that people should...

New Study: Swearing makes the pain bearable

We’ve all done it. We’ve all turned to swear when a situation became unbearable. Pain isn’t just physical. Psychological pain, such as frustration, fury, or fear, can be even painful than physical pain. Why do we do it? why do...
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Phytoplankton Is The Carbon Pump of the Oceans

An essential role in the ocean’s ecosystem is played by organisms known as phytoplankton. Currently, a hot topic in the field of biology is how global warming affects the production of phytoplankton. New research on the matter with data collected...
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Data From Cassini Helps Scientists Understand Saturn’s Atmosphere

A spaceship that has been studying Saturn since 2004 is still providing information collected about the planet, despite its death in 2017. The spacecraft Cassini is known for helping scientists explain why the upper atmosphere of Saturn is high in...

Ancient Fossil of a Squid Ancestor Was Found With Prey In Its Jaws

A team of researchers has determined the age of the most ancient fossil of a squid ancestor. The creature seemed to attack its prey. The fossil is approximately 200 million years old, and it was located on the Jurassic Coast...