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Insects feel chronic pain after injury, the researchers found

Insects feel chronic pain after injury, the researchers found The research in the peer-reviewed journal Science Developments offers the first genetic evidence of what creates...

WWF report says Human activity responsible for 96% of wildfires around the Mediterranean basin

WWF report says Human activity responsible for 96% of wildfires around the Mediterranean basin The WWF Spain study analyzed the causes of origin for wildfires...

Table salt found at Jupiter’s watery moon

Table salt found at Jupiter's watery moon "It shows that the ice is geologically quite young and also may be evidence of its communication with...

There’s a lump on the moon that’s 5 times bigger than Hawaii’s Big Island|MNN

There's a lump on the moon that's 5 times bigger than Hawaii's Big Island|MNN There's something buried deep below the moon's surface area. It's...

A beautiful thing happens when farm animals are ‘Allowed to Grow Old’|MNN

A beautiful thing happens when farm animals are 'Allowed to Grow Old'|MNN When professional photographer Isa Leshko initially satisfied a 34- year-old spotted...

2 weeks, 4 deaths, and the start of America’s fear of sharks

In the twilight of July 1, 1916, 25-year-old Charles Vansant bled to death in a beachfront hotel in New Jersey. Several men had pulled his maimed body from the water. Five days later, bellhop Charles Bruder, 27, was killed during an afternoon swim along the Jersey Shore. Beachgoers gathered around his legless remains. The following…

Biking is the very best method to see a city– and it’s good for the planet

H. G. Wells once wrote, “Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.” The bicycle is possibly the most efficient form of transportation ever devised. If one converts calories to gasoline, a bicycle gets 1,000 mpg—the average American car, 25. In terms of…

Big secret blob found under the moon’s far side

Researchers have discovered something massive lurking underneath the far side of the moon: a mysterious blob with the mass akin to a pile of metal five times the size of the Big Island of Hawaii. The structure, described in a recent study published in Geophysical Research Letters, sits at least 180 miles beneath the South…