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Neolithic women were stronger than athletes
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 11-30-2017 | 27 comments
The arms of women who lived 7,000 years ago were stronger than those of today's elite Olympic rowers.




Earthworms can reproduce in Martian soil
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 11-28-2017 | 28 comments
The results of a recent experiment suggest that the soil on Mars is likely to be suitable for agriculture.




Life may thrive down in icy Antarctic caves
Category: Natural World | Posted on 9-11-2017 | 19 comments
Scientists have found evidence of life in a cave system hidden deep beneath the Antarctic ice.




Today marks 48 years since first Moon landing
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 7-20-2017 | 13 comments
Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong made history when they set foot on the lunar surface 48 years ago today.




Have dogs sniffed out Amelia Earhart's remains?
Category: Modern Mysteries | Posted on 7-10-2017 | 17 comments
Sniffer dogs have detected possible human remains during an investigation on the island of Nikumaroro.




Mars may be a lot more toxic than we thought
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 7-7-2017 | 8 comments
New research has shown that the Martian soil is quite an inhospitable environment for microbial life.




Potatoes actually can grow outside on Mars
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 3-9-2017 | 24 comments
A new research satellite has revealed that it is possible to grow tubers in the conditions found on Mars.




Scientists study Siberia's 'hellmouth' crater
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 3-1-2017 | 8 comments
Referred to by some as 'Doorway to the Underworld', Siberia's Batagaika Crater is constantly expanding.




Global warming 'beyond point of no return'
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 12-2-2016 | 178 comments
A groundbreaking new study suggests that scientists have underestimated the impact of climate change.




Jelly-like ground intrigues in Aberdeen park
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 11-18-2016 | 5 comments
A dog walker has uploaded footage of the ground wobbling up and down in a suburban Scottish park.

 
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