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How the Sun’s rays affect the deep Earth: A surprising discovery

For a long time, scientists thought that changes deep inside the Earth, like volcanic eruptions and tectonic plate movements, were the main drivers of...

Permaculture: A sustainable alternative to conventional farming

Researchers from RPTU University of Kaiserslautern-Landau and BOKU University have shown that permaculture can significantly improve biodiversity, soil quality, and carbon storage. This groundbreaking study...

Scientists discover Mars’ icy past through soil analysis

The question of whether Mars ever supported life has fascinated scientists and the public for decades. To uncover this mystery, it's crucial to understand Mars'...

Unique samples reveal history of Antarctic ice sheet

Global warming is causing the Antarctic ice sheets to melt faster than previously thought, especially in West Antarctica. An international research team led by the...

How climate change is slowing down earth’s rotation and shifting its axis

For the first time, researchers at ETH Zurich have fully explained how climate change is affecting the Earth's rotation and its axis. Using advanced AI...

Is joking about Trump’s assassination attempt protected speech? You might not get charged, but...

After former President Donald Trump was shot in the ear in an assassination attempt at a campaign rally, some took to social media to...

Sea ice’s cooling power is declining faster than expected, new study reveals

A new study led by scientists from the University of Michigan has found that the cooling power of sea ice is decreasing much faster...

Scientists find evidence of ancient human butchery of giant armadillos in Argentina 21,000 years...

A recent study has uncovered evidence suggesting that humans in Argentina were butchering giant armadillo-like mammals over 21,000 years ago. This discovery, published in the...

Ancient space secrets: Scientists unveil Bennu asteroid samples

Inside a vacuum-packed container within a FedEx box lies a piece of ancient history: a small sample from the Bennu asteroid. This 120-milligram sample holds...

Storm Ciaran’s secret: How a storm changed the taste of tea for millions

A new study reveals a surprising impact of last autumn's Storm Ciaran: it made it nearly impossible for 20 million people in southern Britain...