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North Stradbroke Island’s beach section collapse believed to have been caused by slide triggered by erosion

A region of a football-field-sized beach has suddenly broken off because of a ‘flow slide’ at a famous tourist island in Australia. As a result, warnings have been given to avoid the area.

The beach section’s collapse on North Stradbroke Island in the state of Queensland is likely the... read more

2017 Fiat 124 Spider Ad featuring Charlie Sheen was notably absent during unveiling of vehicle at Los Angeles Auto Show

The new 2017 Fiat 124 Spider’s ad, featuring Charlie Sheen driving wildly in the latest roadster, was absent at the time of the unveiling of the two-seater vehicle previously this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

On November 3,during a sneak preview of the latest Fiat 124 roadster at... read more

Earth likely to have Long Filaments of Dark Matter: Study

Astrophysical Journal published a study which suggested that our home planet may have hairy dark matter. It also said that apart from earth, some other planets could also have these long filaments of dark matter.

According to the Prézeau, the solar system contains hairy dark matter and... read more

Climate Change Depicted As Debate in Some California Science Textbooks: Study

According to a Stanford University study, textbooks in California public schools are misleading students about climate change. These textbooks portrayed climate changes as a point of debate rather than scientific fact.

The study researchers, during their analysis, found that this... read more

Only Three Northern White Rhinos Left Alive On Earth

Now only three northern white rhinos are left alive on earth after the death of a 41-year-old female northern white rhino named Nola. Nola died at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in California.

The conservationists and experts took the decision to euthanize Nola after seeing her... read more

Two-Thirds of World’s Population under 50 has Herpes Virus: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) in its first estimate of the global prevalence of the highly infectious herpes virus showed that almost two-third of the world’s population under the age of 50 has the disease.

According to the study, there are two types of herpes the herpes simplex... read more

Ivermectin Could Control Malaria

Ivermectin, an anti-parasite drug that earned its developers a Nobel Prize for its success in treating multiple tropical diseases, is also serving to be a much needed tool for stopping malaria transmission.

Researchers presented their findings after they carried out a trial of the drug in... read more

Teens may prefer Electronic Cigarettes to Regular Cigarettes, but Same is not true for Their parents: Study

Teens may choose electronic cigarettes over regular cigarettes, but the case is not same for their parents. According to a latest study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 12.6% of the US adults have given e-cigarette a try at least once, and just 3.7% use them on regularly... read more

Three Scientists from Ireland, Japan and China Won Nobel Prize in Medicine

Three scientists from Japan, China and Ireland were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovering therapies for the treatment of some of the most devastating parasitic diseases.

William C. Campbell and Satoshi Omura were awarded the Nobel Prize for developing a new... read more

Prawn Nebula, captured through a close lens

In a new study, the Prawn Nebula has recently been captured through new pictures, which are clearer and help to get a better insight of the object and its properties affecting the earth.

It show stars blue in colour, which are the reason for gas clouds in the nebula. The Prawn Nebula is... read more

NASA launches rocket carrying student experiments from Wallops Island Flight Facility

NASA has revealed that a rocket carrying student experiments has been launched from Virginia's Eastern Shore. NASA said it was 6:04am Wednesday when the Terrier-Improved Malemute suborbital sounding rocket lifted off from the Wallops Island Flight Facility.

The rocket flew to an altitude... read more

Rising temperature may cause extinction of butterfly species by 2050

The New York Times published that the six species currently under threat due to rising temperatures include the cabbage white, the small cabbage white, the green-veined white, the speckled wood, the large skipper and the ringlet and are native to England.

The records from the last big... read more

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