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#1

 

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Description Spring, or fall? It turns our there's more than one right time for planting, but there's only one right way to do it.

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Updated 25 April 2019

#2

 

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Description Sharks Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Daymond John, and Kevin O’Leary are on the hunt for businesses worthy of…...

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Updated 25 April 2019

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Description Deep in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest live tiny frogs that are bright orange, toxic, and glow ultraviolet, thanks to revelations from new research.

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Updated 25 April 2019

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Description Bureau of Land Management analysis flawed, wildlife officials say

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Updated 25 April 2019

#5

 

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Updated 25 April 2019

#6

 

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Description A newly improved Marine Skin sensor can be applied without adhesives and survive greater depths than its predecessor.

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Updated 25 April 2019

#7

 

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Description If you still have an Alexa or any other voice assistant in your home, you were warned.

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Updated 25 April 2019

#8

 

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Description Scientists mapped virus diversity around the world’s oceans. That knowledge may be key to making better climate simulations.

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Updated 25 April 2019

#9

 

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Description MIT researchers have discovered simple rules of assembly of ocean microbiomes, microbial communities composed of hundreds or thousands of diverse species.

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Updated 25 April 2019

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Updated 25 April 2019

#11

 

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Description Wind-driven waves are growing fastest in the Southern Ocean, new study says

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Updated 25 April 2019

#12

 

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Description New NASA mission will probe the stratosphere over central United States

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Updated 25 April 2019

#13

 

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Description CheckYourFact.com, an affiliate of The Daily Caller, accused of selective reporting

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Updated 25 April 2019

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Description The startup uses its own pure-software methods and takes the help of existing infrastructure or day-to-day devices such as street cameras, cellphones, internet-connected devices to sense the environment.

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Updated 24 April 2019

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Updated 24 April 2019

#16

 

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Updated 24 April 2019

#17

 

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Updated 24 April 2019

#18

 

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Description So far, seven migrating whales have been reported dead in the San Francisco Bay — some from colliding with ships, which is not unusual, others from starvation, which is rare.

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Updated 24 April 2019

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Description The much-hyped Cambrian explosion may have been just one burst in a marathon evolutionary fireworks display.

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Updated 24 April 2019

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Description Scientists have made the first direct observations of an exotic type of radioactive decay called two-neutrino double electron capture.

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Updated 24 April 2019

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Description The war on rats rages on in NYC. Climate change is making them harder to combat.

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Updated 24 April 2019

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Description The total charge in a single thundercloud could have powered New York City for half an hour.

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Updated 24 April 2019

#23

 

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Description The Belgorod will carry out underwater spy missions and launch Poseidon nuclear torpedoes.

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Updated 24 April 2019

#24

 

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Description The storms this season have been especially strong.

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Updated 24 April 2019

#25

 

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Description Most countries would likely need to slash their carbon emissions to zero over the next decade to meet the ambitious Paris climate targets.

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Updated 24 April 2019

#26

 

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Description Scientists found that global warming had forced twice as many marine species than land species to vanish from their hotter habitats.

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Updated 24 April 2019

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Updated 24 April 2019

#28

 

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Description A future genetic testing kit could help park rangers and researchers manage forests in the face of climate change.

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Updated 24 April 2019

#29

 

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Description There is a staggering number of cool bugs and insects scurrying across our planet – here are a few weird facts about them that’ll prove they’re wonderful.

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Updated 24 April 2019

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Updated 23 April 2019

#31

 

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Description More grim news from the Arctic: Greenland’s ice sheet has shrunk six times faster than normal since the 1980s, and it could keep melting for decades even if humans significantly reduce carbon emissions.

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Updated 23 April 2019

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Description One for the sports fans among you. The common belief that cricket balls are affected by different weather conditions is questionable.

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Updated 23 April 2019

#33

 

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Description Samsung's plan for the Galaxy Fold hasn't exactly worked out.

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Updated 23 April 2019

#34

 

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Description But few nations will be spared as temperatures rise further.

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Updated 23 April 2019

#35

 

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Description To protect species, experts must first classify their risk of extinction. Here's how the complicated process works.

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Updated 23 April 2019

#36

 

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Description 'Game of Thrones' actor Jason Momoa removed his signature facial hair in a new YouTube video for an environmental cause.

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Updated 23 April 2019

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Description Slime mould might easily be one of the strangest life forms on our planet. They are neither plants, animals, nor fungi, but various species of complex, single-celled amoebas of the protist kingdom. Sometimes they form colonies able to grow, move, a

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Updated 23 April 2019

#38

 

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Description The early human, called Homo luzonensis, was identified from fossilised remains found in Callao Cave on Luzon Island.

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Updated 23 April 2019

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Description Today, you can send a tube of spit to a lab to learn about your ancestry and the health risks you’re predisposed to. Soon, scientists hope to create a similar tool for giant sequoias and coast redwoods—a 23andMe for trees.

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Updated 23 April 2019

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Description We don’t know what will happen if we destroy the lifeblood of our planet. Now geoengineering researchers are trying to slow a catastrophic trend.

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Updated 23 April 2019

#41

 

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Description Researchers in Japan have characterized dioxins and other soil contaminants from an e-waste hub in Ghana.

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Updated 23 April 2019

#42

 

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Description By genetically modifying a fungus, researchers in Japan can produce large quantities of ascofuranone, a promising antibiotic for the treatment of African sleeping sickness.

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Updated 22 April 2019

#43

 

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Description Do not free Willy.

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Updated 22 April 2019

#44

 

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Description  Whether you can jump in the car now or just plan one for later, the National Park Service says come take advantage of special events in the 419 parks and sanctuaries in its system.

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Updated 22 April 2019

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Description A new method from MIT's Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change identifies opportunities to learn and adapt water storage systems to changing temperature and precipitation trends.

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Updated 22 April 2019

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Description From light-scattering aerosols in Earth’s upper atmosphere to artificial chemical sponges created to suck carbon-dioxide out of the air we breathe, geoengineering aims to purposely change the world's climate using technology. Here's why its proponents think it must happen.

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Updated 22 April 2019

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Description Video of the never-before-seen creature was captured at the deepest point of the Indian Ocean.

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Updated 22 April 2019

#48

 

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Description Just like a criminal leaves traces of their DNA at a crime scene, animals from platypus to crayfish leave traces of their DNA everywhere they go, and this can be used to track biodiversity.

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Updated 22 April 2019

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Description It was part of a global day of action to raise awareness of Nestlé’s contributions to the estimated 8 million tonnes of plastic entering our oceans each year.

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Updated 22 April 2019

#50

 

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Description Just like a criminal leaves traces of their DNA at a crime scene, animals from platypus to crayfish leave traces of their DNA everywhere they go, and this can be used to track biodiversity.

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Updated 22 April 2019

#51

 

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Description Higher temperatures could account for 25% of “growth gap” between countries

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Updated 22 April 2019

#52

 

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Description In 2013, Boyan Slat crowdfunded $2.2 million to fund the Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit organization that builds big, floating trash collectors and sets them out to sea, where they’re designed to autonomously gobble up garbage. The organization has since raised over $35 million and a lot of questions from incredulous experts.

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Updated 22 April 2019

#53

 

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Description Using machines that resemble jet engines, Climeworks wants to fight climate change by extracting CO2 from thin air. The gas can then be sold to carbonated drink and agriculture companies, or sequestered underground.

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Updated 22 April 2019

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Updated 22 April 2019

#55

 

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Description Even if we end CO2 emissions by 2055, global temperatures could stay dangerously high for decades

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Updated 21 April 2019

#56

 

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Description A chilling reminder of how nature is ceding ground, both literally and figuratively, to the built environment.

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Updated 21 April 2019

#57

 

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Description Cheetahs may be fast, but that's just because they're big. Body clock. What’s the fastest animal on Earth? Depends on how you define quickness.

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Updated 21 April 2019

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Description Mites and rabbits both score higher spots on the speed ranking when you take body size into account. But they're still not the top dogs, so to speak.

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Updated 21 April 2019

#59

 

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Description Bonus points for not leaving a toxic mess.

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Updated 20 April 2019

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Description The FBI is currently investigating a ransomware attack that took the Weather Channel off-air during its live morning broadcast.

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Updated 19 April 2019

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Description The British-led Nekton scientific mission has completed a seven-week expedition in the Indian Ocean aimed at documenting changes beneath the waves.

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Updated 19 April 2019

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Updated 19 April 2019

#63

 

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Description Hutchins once proclaimed his innocence. Now he admits he created the Kronos bank trojan.

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Updated 19 April 2019

#64

 

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Description Southern California experienced 1.8 million earthquakes between 2008 and 2017, equivalent to one quake every three minutes, seismologists say.

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Updated 19 April 2019

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Description The Araguaian river dolphin of Brazil could hold important clues to our understanding of how and why dolphins evolved the capacity for communication.

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Updated 19 April 2019

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Description MIT School of Science selects Raffaele Ferrari for the 2019 Ally of Nature Fund Award, bestowed annually to support exploratory projects whose purpose is to prevent, reduce, and repair the impacts of humanity on the natural environment.

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Updated 19 April 2019

#67

 

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Description Hurricane Sandy tore through the east coast in 2012, killing 48 people, leaving millions without power, and causing billions in damages. On the coast of New Jersey, storm surges reach record heights, and hundreds of thousands of homes were destroyed. But despite the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy, many people in New Jersey do not plan to take active preparations if another storm approaches in the future.

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Updated 19 April 2019

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Description Almost every active nuclear reactor in the U.S. is unprepared for flooding and storm surge caused by climate change; industry groups chose not to act.

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Updated 19 April 2019

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Description These pledges are wholly inadequate and come at a time when Microsoft is helping companies fuelling the very rise in carbon emissions that’s driving climate change.

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Updated 19 April 2019