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Climate Change Is Causing Alpine Goats to Shrink

Climate Change Is Causing Alpine Goats to Shrink

New research has shown that the Alpine Chamois, a species of mountain goat, has begun to shrink in response to rising temperatures and climate change. According to the results of the study, a young Chamois now weighs roughly 25 percent less than those of the same age measured in 1980. The research, which was funded by […]

World’s Largest Spider Is the Size of a Puppy (Video)

World’s Largest Spider Is the Size of a Puppy (Video)

A scientist encountered the world’s largest spider while exploring the jungles of Guyana. Piotr Naskrecki was on a nighttime hike in the rainforest when he heard a rustling heading towards him. Swinging his flashlight toward the noise, he expected to reveal a small furry mammal on a nocturnal hunt. Instead, he came face to face […]

Partial Solar Eclipse Across Eastern United States on October 23

Partial Solar Eclipse Across Eastern United States on October 23

Astronomers state that a partial solar eclipse is scheduled to occur across the eastern part of the United States on Oct. 23. That Thursday, the setting Sun will appear to be red and appear in a crescent shape. What will be happening is the Moon is going to be passing in front of the Sun, […]

Solar Eclipse in Scorpio Powerful Effect on Lives

Solar Eclipse in Scorpio Powerful Effect on Lives

Astrologers say to prepare for a great release and awakening in power as this week’s solar eclipse and New Moon in Scorpio makes its powerful effect on the encounters of personal lives. The partial solar eclipse, occurring Oct. 23, 2014, is said to be the beginning of great relief to many signs and when the eclipse hits its […]

Tropical Cyclone Ana Trajectory Misses Hawaii [Video]

Tropical Cyclone Ana Trajectory Misses Hawaii [Video]

Tropical Cyclone Ana is on a direct course for Hawaii, and may yet slam into the island chain, as Hawaiian Gov. Neil Abercrombie declared a State of Emergency for the Hawaiian Islands. This was how yesterday’s headline read, as the course and trajectory of Tropical Cyclone Ana were still a topic of debate among weather […]

New Horizons to Explore Pluto

New Horizons to Explore Pluto

In January 2006, New Horizons was launched for its long journey to explore Pluto and its five known moons. This will be NASA’s first opportunity to explore the distant planet of which little is known since its 1930 discovery. Pluto is the most famous resident of the Kuiper Belt, an area of space beyond Neptune […]

Leo DiCaprio Changes Conservationist Climate With $2 Million Grant [Video]

Leo DiCaprio Changes Conservationist Climate With $2 Million Grant [Video]

Leonardo DiCaprio changes the productivity climate for ocean conservationists with a $2 million grant donation that will be used to help protect large areas of the Arctic and Pacific Islands. DiCaprio, actor and activist for environmental issues, submitted the grant to the collaborative international fund organization, Ocean 5, in order to help stop overfishing, build marine […]

Wisconsin Wolf Patrol on the Hunt

Wisconsin Wolf Patrol on the Hunt

The Great Lakes Wolf Patrol will be on the hunt this week, howling in protest against Wisconsin hunters and prowling for illegal wolf-killing practices. The official wolf hunting season started October 15th in Wisconsin, and the Great Lakes Wolf Patrol will be closely monitoring all the action and documenting written and video evidence to share with the […]

European Space Agency Reveals Landing Site for Rosetta Comet Lander Philae

European Space Agency Reveals Landing Site for Rosetta Comet Lander Philae

The European Space Agency, ESA, has announced the “perfect” landing site for the Rosetta Mission’s “Philae” lander, on the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The lander will attempt to touchdown on the comet in an area of the comet known as “Site J.” The unmanned space probe Rosetta is scheduled to discharge the landing vehicle at 12:35 AM […]

Volcanoes Imperil Japan’s Sendai Nuke Reactor Says Japanese Volcanologist

Volcanoes Imperil Japan’s Sendai Nuke Reactor Says Japanese Volcanologist

Volcanoes in southern Japan have put at risk the announced reopening of the Sendai nuclear reactor in Satsumasendai. Government sources have indicated that the volcano on Mt. Ontake, near the Sendai nuclear reactor, will not alter plans for the return to online status of the electrical generation station. Published reports from the Japanese Nuclear Regulation Authority have said […]

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