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Is Human Extinction Upon Us? These 4 Things Could Wipe Out Our Species in 100 Years, Study Finds

Human extinction may sound crazy, but it's not impossible if you consider the world's current situation. Occasionally, we hear colourful…

7 years ago

The Mystery of the Earth’s Magnetic Field Is Finally Solved!

For most of us, the Earth’s magnetic field may just be the source of convenient trekking and map reading. But…

7 years ago

Timeline of the Universe Shows the Full History and the Future of Space, Earth, Humanity and Life

Life is but a vapor, and the universe is vast. Its history is way past ancient. The timeline of the…

7 years ago

New Telescope Detects Mysterious Terrestrial Entities, Invisible to the Human Eye

This just in: We may have finally found evidence of terrestrial entities, invisible to the human eye. New telescope lens…

7 years ago

This Short Video of Earth Timeline Will Make You Reconsider Your Existence

History has taught us things about ourselves - both good and bad - so it’s nice to be able to…

7 years ago

Artist Illustrates How Natural Disasters and Technology Will Change the Future Look of the World

Russian designer and digital illustrator Evgeny Kazantsev creates mind-blowing images depicting the future look of the world in a surprisingly…

7 years ago

5 Motions of the Earth You Didn’t Know Existed

We have learned from our early school time that the Earth has two motions: revolution around the Sun that takes…

7 years ago

The Answers Behind the Myth of The Bermuda Triangle

It has been a popular movie theme in the sixties and seventies and a major subject of research for scientists…

8 years ago

Mysterious ‘Alien Sounds’ Recorded Just Below the Stratosphere

Up above the earth’s surface, above the altitude at which planes fly but just short of the stratosphere (100 km…

8 years ago

Early Earth May Have ‘Swallowed’ a Mercury-like Rock

There are questions about why the Earth behaves in a certain manner. For instance, it’s rather strange that our planet’s…

8 years ago

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