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Rats Help Each Other Out Just Like Humans Do

Rats Help Each Other Out Just Like Humans Do

motherearth February 6, 2018 0

Rats demonstrate cooperative behaviour similar to human beings, researchers at the University of St Andrews have discovered. When offered food by a partner rat, the common Norway rat was more inclined to engage in

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TRAPPIST-1 Planets Are Probably Full of Water

TRAPPIST-1 Planets Are Probably Full of Water

motherearth February 6, 2018 0

Everyone’s favorite solar system — besides our own, of course — is chock full of mysteries, and apparently, water. Probably. According to the researchers on a new study set for publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics, some of

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How You Can Watch SpaceX Launch Its Falcon Heavy Rocket Tomorrow

How You Can Watch SpaceX Launch Its Falcon Heavy Rocket Tomorrow

motherearth February 5, 2018 0

SpaceX is finally ready to send its Falcon Heavy rocket toward the heavens. Should the weather cooperate and the engineering checklist pass muster, the Falcon Heavy will embark on its maiden flight sometime on Feb. 6

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Polar Bears Starving As Arctic Ice Vanishes

Polar Bears Starving As Arctic Ice Vanishes

motherearth February 4, 2018 0

Polar bears live in a remote and inhospitable environment far from most human settlements. For most biologists, opportunities to observe these animals are fleeting. In fact, scientists’ main resources for understanding basic behaviors of

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Humans Have Already Left More Than 400,000 Pounds of Junk on The Moon

Humans Have Already Left More Than 400,000 Pounds of Junk on The Moon

motherearth February 4, 2018 0

20 July 1969 was an unforgettable date in human history – the day Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the surface of the Moon, taking one small step for humans, and one giant leap for

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Super Bowl Snack Ideas For Your Vegan Friends

Super Bowl Snack Ideas For Your Vegan Friends

motherearth February 3, 2018 0

Justin Timberlake will be performing a much-watched concert this Sunday and, as with any kind of entertainment consumption, you may want to get some snacks. If you are an omnivore trash panda like myself, this

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Here Are Your New Regulations For Support Animals Before Boarding Planes

Here Are Your New Regulations For Support Animals Before Boarding Planes

motherearth February 3, 2018 0

We all need a little emotional support or comforting every now and then. And for many of us, our animals can provide it. Some of us with severe anxiety, phobias, PTSD or other disabilities

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What to Watch: National Parks Adventure

What to Watch: National Parks Adventure

motherearth February 2, 2018 0

With cable, Netflix, and internet options, finding the best thing to watch during your downtime is difficult. Instead of flipping through menus all weekend and settling on nothing, turn to What to Watch This

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Amateur Astronomer Finds Lost NASA Satellite

Amateur Astronomer Finds Lost NASA Satellite

motherearth February 1, 2018 0

Scott Tilley never intended to rediscover a lost $135 million NASA satellite. The amateur astronomer, who searches for satellites in secret orbits as a hobby, originally set out on Jan. 20 to scan the

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New App for Depression Uses Artificial Intelligence for Therapy Treatments

New App for Depression Uses Artificial Intelligence for Therapy Treatments

motherearth January 31, 2018 0

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression affects nearly 300 million people around the world. People of all ages can experience depression, a mental health disorder that not only impairs their functionality at work

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