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Zombie Apocalypse: Scientists Now Know Where People Can Survive

Zombie Apocalypse: Scientists Now Know Where People Can Survive

As people become more and more obsessed with shows like AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” and other zombie-based television shows and movies, viewers have started to wonder where they would go if a zombie outbreak ever swept the nation. Therefore, scientists have been studying areas of the country that may allow people to survive and thrive in […]

Lost City Discovered Deep in Rain Forest

Lost City Discovered Deep in Rain Forest

Finding a lost city, untouched by Western ways, sounds like a plot of a movie. Oh wait, it has been, many times. But this is real life and archeologists on an expedition deep in the Honduran rain forest discovered remains of a real remote lost city. Straight out of Indiana Jones and other movie searches […]

Climate Change May Be Caused by Solar Activity

Climate Change May Be Caused by Solar Activity

The Earth’s climate is very much influenced in its complex interactions by how the Sun acts with the atmosphere. Scientists stated they do not fully understand the impact of solar activity on climate change because it is always fluctuating. Though, a new study published in the journal Geology shows that the Sun has an incredible […]

Violence in Syria Linked to Drought

Violence in Syria Linked to Drought

A record drought in Syria, intensified by the impact of global warming, has been linked to the worsening violence in the region. Scientists have recently conducted a study that shows man made climate change can directly affect violence in the region. Researchers from Columbia University in New York City and University of California in Santa […]

Villarrica Volcano in Chile Erupts

Villarrica Volcano in Chile Erupts

The Villarrica Volcano in Chile has erupted. The volcano located near Santiago, Chile erupted early morning on Tuesday around 3:00 A.M., local time. The volcano sent lava and ash spewing into the sky and nearby residents were forced to evacuate. According to The Huffington Post, around 3,500 people were evacuated after the National Emergency Office […]

Mars: The Final Frontier

Mars: The Final Frontier

Within the past several years, space exploration has gotten a substantial boost in public interest. While there is no longer a “space race” between communism and democracy to fuel interests, space exploration has still captured the world’s attention. In April 2013, a call for volunteers was issued by a private company separate from NASA to […]

Titan May Harbor Nitrogen-Based Life Forms

Titan May Harbor Nitrogen-Based Life Forms

Titan is a hostile, icy world, that harbors vast oceans of liquid methane and ethane and a toxic atmosphere without any signs of liquid water. Scientists have proven that according to current biological understandings, carbon-based life cannot exist without the presence of liquid water. Therefore, the chances of any life as we know it being […]

Hyperloop the Future of Transportation

Hyperloop the Future of Transportation

Hyperloop transportation systems could be introduced in the United States in the near future. In the year 2013, Elon Musk, a billionaire investor and the CEO of Tesla Motors, made public his design and investment into the visionary full tilt transit system named Hyperloop. Musk is engaged presently with the experts at Hyperloop Transportation Technologies […]

Bees and Humans Have Memory Lapse

Bees and Humans Have Memory Lapse

Bees can be compared to humans as scientists have seen evidence of  memory lapse behavior. A study at the Queen Mary University found that the bees could be trained to identify food by a certain color flower. The scientists observed the behavior as they were taught to change their association of food from one color […]

NASA Takes Precautionary Measures for the Spacewalk

NASA Takes Precautionary Measures for the Spacewalk

NASA  astronauts are scheduled to walk , today, March 1, 2015 from the international space station (ISS) to finish the cable work needed for the space station parking dock despite the incident of water filling up in one of the astronaut’s helmet. This is the last of a series of outings that have been conducted […]

Black Hole May Have Been Found

Black Hole May Have Been Found

Black holes may have been found at the edge of time and space. Black holes, which are the centers of huge galaxies, have formed over billions of years. The Milky Way, the galaxy which Earth is located in, has one of these huge black holes, whose mass is about 3 million times that of the Sun. […]

Lattes Less Likely to Spill      

Lattes Less Likely to Spill      

When someone grabs a cup of coffee while getting ready in the morning an rushing off half awake, it can be hard to get by without spilling a bit on the way. That is why commuter cups are so popular. But, something other than the lid would help save someone or his or her outfit […]

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