This weekend’s death of 41-year-old Nola in San Diego pushes the species even closer to extinction.
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Reported in Scientific American , this Week in World War I: November 27, 1915 Between the late 1700s and 1915, helmets were worn by soldiers mostly for reasons of aesthetics.
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I was introduced to the Einstein field equations three decades ago as a naïve undergraduate—and was smitten at once by their beauty and simplicity
I'm so sorry if any bubbles get burst by this news, but Mount St. Helens isn't really more explosive than we thought. She's still pretty much the same. I mean, yeah, she'll erupt again. She's a young and active volcano. She has some growing to do. We might even get to see some hawt dome-building activity in our lifetimes, if we're really lucky. But she's most probably not going to suddenly become a supervolcano and wipe out Washington State.
Halloween decorations have been taken down, costumes have been stowed away and all of the candy corn has been eaten. Americans are now preparing for their next major holiday—Black Friday.
First, cucumbers terrorized your pet cats. Now they are wreaking havoc in the lab. Parody
Let it not be said that nothing good ever came from an oil spill, as this newly described species of deep-sea anglerfish shows
Existing protected areas could help prevent hundreds if not thousands of extinctions, according to new research
Reported in Scientific American , this Week in World War I: November 20, 1915 Italy declared war on Austria-Hungary on May 23, 1915. It did not go well.
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