WHO Warns That Alcohol Abuse Kills 3 Million A Year, Mostly Men

More than 3 million people die every year due to alcohol abuse, WHO warns. Also, according to the recent report, most of them are men, and about 30% of those people die... Read more »

Half-Billion-Year-Old Blob Identified As One of Earth’s First Animals

Scientists at Australian National University (ANU) confirmed that the half-billion-year-old blob known as Dickinsonia is one of the Earth’s first animals. Dickinsonia lived about 500 million years ago in the late Ediacaran period. The... Read more »

Rare Electric Blue Clouds Snapped During NASA PMC Turbo Mission

Only a couple of months after the NASA balloon, part of the PMC Turbo mission, was launched in the stratosphere to explore the rare polar mesospheric clouds (PMCs), the researchers started analyzing the... Read more »

Black Rats Are Killing Our Coral Reefs, A New Study Revealed

In what we can call a black rats invasion, these rodents massively reproduce and populate remote island feeding on anything they get, including bird eggs and adult birds. According to a new study... Read more »

NASA’s Solar Parker Probe Captures The First Image On Its Way To The Sun

After a successful launch during the last month, the NASA’s Solar Parker Probe has set its path towards the Sun. Now, the spacecraft also turned on its instruments, and the first checkups show... Read more »

Life On Mars Might Thrive In The Salty Lakes Underneath Martian Glaciers

The growing evidence of the presence of salty lakes underneath Martian glaciers raise hopes that, finally, life on Mars might be found. According to the latest hypothesis, those briny waters on the... Read more »

NASA Scientists Found Three Causes of Earth’s Spin Axis Drift

The Earth is not perfect when it comes to its rotation and shape. First, our planet is not a perfect sphere and, secondly, when it rotates around its axis, it drifts and... Read more »

Unparalleled Ice Loss in the Russian High Arctic Recorded in Vavilov Ice Cap

Over the last few years, the Vavilov Ice Cap in the Russian High Arctic accelerated at a tremendous rate hitting its peak in 2015 when it slid by 82 feet (roughly 25 meters). A recent... Read more »

A Giant Spider-Web Covers An Entire Shoreline In Aitoliko, Greece

The warmer climate conditions in western Greece have led to a bizarre phenomenon. Namely, a spectacular 300m-long spider-web covers an entire shoreline in Aitoliko, Greece. However, the strange occurrence is not unusual for scientists.... Read more »

Hubble Identified Atypical Infrared Emission from Nearby Neutron Star

Atypical infrared emission from the nearby neutron star dubbed as RX J0806.4-4123 has been detected by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The discovery could suggest new never-before-seen features in a neutron star as there... Read more »