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Vast Freshwater Reserves Discovered Under The Ocean Floor!

Vast Freshwater Reserves Discovered Under The Ocean Floor!

The more Earth’s population is surging, mankind is facing an increasingly limited supply of fresh water. But the good news is lately, some Australian scientists have discovered vast fresh water trapped under the ocean floor.

By On December 9, 2013 Respond
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Study Finds Babies Who Play With Their Food Sitting In High Chairs Learn Quicker!

Study Finds Babies Who Play With Their Food Sitting In High Chairs Learn Quicker!

The very common thing you will find in babies is that they play with their food when having food by themselves. Interestingly, a new study has found that those babies who play with their food while sitting in high chairs learn quicker than other babies.

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World’s Top Typists (72 WPM) Can’t Identify The Keys On A Keyboard

World’s Top Typists (72 WPM) Can’t Identify The Keys On A Keyboard

Typing is a strange skill. People possessing it tend to excel at it rather unconsciously, without even knowing what the exact location of different letters on a keyboard is, according to a new study.

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Truck Carrying Medical Radioactive Material Stolen In Mexico

Truck Carrying Medical Radioactive Material Stolen In Mexico

Radioactive materials are an important part of cancer treatments. Recently, a truck carrying radioactive material from such medical treatment was stolen by armed men.

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Love Hormone Boosts Brain Activity In Autistic Children

Love Hormone Boosts Brain Activity In Autistic Children

Hormones and genes play an important role in our physical and mental development. A new study has found that Oxytocin, nicknamed the “cuddle” or “love hormone”, boosts brain activity in autistic children.

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Study Says If You Keep Getting Bad News, You Will Not Feel Sad Like Before

Study Says If You Keep Getting Bad News, You Will Not Feel Sad Like Before

Due to many reason your jolly mode could turn into bad and you may feel sad. Interestingly, a recent study claims that regular exposure to bad news makes people numb to sadness. In simple word, sad news won’t affect a people anymore, if he/she frequently gets sad news.

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Archaeologists Claim Neanderthals Were Organized And Tidy,  Even 30,000 Years Ago!

Archaeologists Claim Neanderthals Were Organized And Tidy, Even 30,000 Years Ago!

Many of us believe that Neanderthals were unorganized, untidy, brutish and messy cavemen, but interestingly, lately some archaeologists have discovered that Neanderthals used to keep their homes organized and tidy.

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Scientists Discover A Previously-Unknown Genetic Ancestor Of Humans

Scientists Discover A Previously-Unknown Genetic Ancestor Of Humans

Genetic evidence gathered over the years has told us a great deal of how we evolved and what we evolved from. Scientists have now discovered new DNA evidence which reveals another human ancestor species which had previously been unknown.

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Study Says Parents Fear Eventually Transferred To The Offspring

Study Says Parents Fear Eventually Transferred To The Offspring

Emotions play an important part in our daily lives. Fear is one such emotion that is pre-programmed into all animals and people as an instinctual response to potential danger. However, lately a new study says that mice can easily pass learned behaviors like a trained fear response to their offspring through DNA!

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Report Reveals 21286 Animal Species Under Threat Of Extinction

Report Reveals 21286 Animal Species Under Threat Of Extinction

There are many animals who are at the verge of extinct. But who would have thought that the number of extinction will be over 20,000? Latest report reveals that there are 21,286 animal species that are under threat of extinction.

By On November 30, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Solved The Mystery – How Fire Ants Survive Floods

Researchers Solved The Mystery – How Fire Ants Survive Floods

Fire ant is the popular name for ants. They are stinging ants and can be distinguished from other ants by their copper brown head and body with a darker abdomen. During flood, these fire ants are supposed to drown. But mysteriously all the time these creates survive. For decades, researchers have been trying to find out how fire ants survive floods. The good news is now researchers have solved the mystery of how fire ants survive floods.

By On November 29, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Discovered ‘Virtually Same But Genetically Different’ New Tiger Cat In Brazil

Researchers Discovered ‘Virtually Same But Genetically Different’ New Tiger Cat In Brazil

There are some cats, for example, Margay and the Ocelot, who are well known as a little tiger cats as they have small spots like Leopards on their body. However, lately researchers have discovered a new cat called Oncilla in Brazil, who has also many small spots like the Leopard and researchers claim that this cat has come from a different species elsewhere on the continent.

By On November 29, 2013 Respond
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Nonprofit Sends Malaria Box To Researchers To Help Find New Cures

Nonprofit Sends Malaria Box To Researchers To Help Find New Cures

A number of malaria cures are currently available in the market. But researchers are always seeking new and better cures. To help with this quest, a nonprofit organization is now sending such researchers free kits of potential malaria cures.

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Computer Program Can Now Predict Epileptic Seizures Accurately

Computer Program Can Now Predict Epileptic Seizures Accurately

Epileptic seizures are conventually hard to predict for the doctors. A new computer program, however, is now able to predict epileptic seizues with up to 70% accuracy by drawing on the individual data of each patient.

By On November 27, 2013 1 Response
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Researchers Discovered 8000-year-old Neolithic Moon-Shaped Calendar In Serbia

Researchers Discovered 8000-year-old Neolithic Moon-Shaped Calendar In Serbia

In ancient times, there was neither any watch nor any calender. At then, people used to determine time (date was merely a factor at that time) by calculating the position of Sun and Moon. But at present, we have watch and calender to know the time and date, respectively. However, lately archaeologists have found a calendar in Smederevska Palanka, Serbia, which shapes like a banana.

By On November 25, 2013 Respond
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