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Can plants keep you alive in an airtight room?
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 11-1-2018 | 22 comments
Scientist Kurtis Baute decided to see how long he could last in an airtight cube with only plants to supply oxygen.




Oxygen on Mars could support primitive life
Category: Extraterrestrial | Posted on 10-24-2018 | 3 comments
Enough oxygen could exist within salty subsurface water on Mars to support oxygen-breathing microbes.




Mysterious lunar swirls finally explained
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 9-7-2018 | 12 comments
Scientists have finally determined the nature and origin of the strange swirling patterns visible on the Moon's surface.




World's first animals caused global warming
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 7-3-2018 | 47 comments
Climate change is not a new thing, as evidenced by global warming that occurred over 500 million years ago.




Man spends three days buried beneath a road
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 6-18-2018 | 9 comments
Performance artist Mike Parr has emerged after spending 72 hours buried within a coffin-like box.




Bizarre 'bird fish' caught in Chinese river
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 6-13-2018 | 23 comments
A fish with a head resembling that of a bird has been caught in a river in China's Guizhou Province.




Scientists play classical music for crocodiles
Category: Natural World | Posted on 5-5-2018 | 9 comments
The bizarre new experiment aimed to analyze how juvenile crocodile brains react to complex stimuli.




Children are as fit as endurance athletes
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 4-24-2018 | 1 comment
A new study has revealed that the muscles of children resist fatigue in the same way as those of elite athletes.




Mutation helps Bajau people stay underwater
Category: Natural World | Posted on 4-19-2018 | 7 comments
In a rare case of natural selection in modern humans, the free-diving Bajau people have developed a larger spleen.




Curiosity rover celebrates 2,000 days on Mars
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 3-23-2018 | 2 comments
NASA's flagship rover has now been trundling across the surface of the Red Planet for more than five years.

 
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