Science

Earth's Prehistoric All Sea

Earth's Prehistoric All Sea

2021, Science

At several points in Earth's history, superoceans or giant bodies of water surrounded supercontinents. Scientists have long identified that the supercontinents' formation (and breaking up) happens about every 600 million years....

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Earth's Lost Billion Years

Earth's Lost Billion Years

2021, Science

In high schools around the world, kids learn about evolution and how much the Earth has changed over billions of years. There are many periods in the Earth's history, each contributing fascinating geological and evolutionary...

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Search for the Edge of Space

Search for the Edge of Space

2022, Science

The universe has long captivated us with its immense scales of distance and time. In recent times giant new telescopes have allowed us to cast our gaze into the deepest reaches of the known universe. Astronomers have concluded...

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Earth's Impossible Fossils

Earth's Impossible Fossils

2021, Science

Today, many of us are aware that fossils are the preserved remains - or, more specifically, traces of remains - of ancient animals, plants, and bacteria that died thousands to millions of years ago. These remains were then...

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Beyond the Atom

Beyond the Atom

2021, Science

The 1930s had seen monumental advances in atomic science and radiation research and the spectacular discovery of nuclear fission in 1938 was overshadowed by the outbreak of war just a year later. But physicists were quick to...

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Before Pangaea

Before Pangaea

2021, Science

In 1860, Phillip Slater, the secretary of the British Zoological Society, came up with an interesting theory. He discovered over 29 different kinds of lemur species in Madagascar, which was significantly more than just 12...

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The Hidden 95% of the Universe

The Hidden 95% of the Universe

2021, Science

In the early 1990s two teams of astronomers had set out to measure just what the universe was made of. These two teams known as the "High-Z Supernova Search Team" and the "Supernova Cosmology Project" brought together...

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Living in a Quantum Dream

Living in a Quantum Dream

2022, Science

Think of nothing. What do you see? You might imagine a vacuum, a region of the universe drained of all matter and radiation, but go further and try to think of a true nothing, an absolute nothing. This nothing is not just empty...

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Explorer: Space Race

Explorer: Space Race

2018, Science

Humans have always looked up into the sky, gazing into the night sky, wondering what lies beyond the billions of twinkling stars. Though we have travelled out into space over the last 70 years, we still can not visit other...

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