Spider Fossil Still Has Glowing Eyes From Over 100 Million Years Ago

A brand new spider fossil has been discovered, and it has a remnant of reflective eye tissue, reports Gizmodo. Spiders don’t usually appear in the fossil record because their very soft bodies... Read more »

Antarctica Meltdown Can Trigger A Global Sea Level Rise Of 20 Feet

When the first humans appeared on Earth, about 115,000 years ago, the planet was experiencing a warmer period, pretty much like it’s happening today. However, according to recent studies, back then, the... Read more »

Look at What was Hiding Behind Greenland Ice all of this time

While searching for a massive impact crater deeply hidden under the Greenland ice sheet, scientists might have found another such crater not too much time away. The new structure that is talking... Read more »

Arctic Lakes Release Less Carbon Than The Scientists Estimated

Due to global warming, the Arctic regions are heating up, and one outcome of that is the permafrost thawing. Permafrost is holding more than twice the carbon found in the atmosphere, and, as it... Read more »

Survival Of Mankind Is Threatened By This Unexpected Catalyst Of Catastrophe

The survival of humankind is reportedly threatened by the collapsing number of insects which could lead to a catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems. The very first global scientific meta-analysis, published in the... Read more »

Global Warming: Ice Sheet Meltdown To Trigger “Climate Chaos”

As we speak, Antarctica and Greenland are both melting down at an accelerated pace. Billions of tons of meltwater from these two regions would reach the world’s oceans. Despite the increasingly higher... Read more »

The Color Of Our Oceans Is Changing Due To Global Warming

It seems that, according to the latest research, the color of our oceans will be a deeper blue and green by 2100 due to climate change. Huffington Post writes that global warming... Read more »

Two Michigan Lakes Affected by Largemouth Bass Virus

Back in October last year a dangerous virus was discovered. The virus affected fish, killing them. The bad news is that the virus was not stopped, and, worse than that, it managed... Read more »

Plants Might Lose The Ability To Absorb Human-Made Carbon Dioxide Emissions

According to a new study issued this week in the Nature journal, the plants lose their capacity to absorb human-made carbon dioxide emissions. At the current rate at which we produce CO2,... Read more »

West Hawaii Corals Have Stabilized, Making a “First Step Toward Recovery”

After the worst coral bleaching in Hawaii back in 2015 when the temperatures rose a lot higher than usual, scientists from The Nature Conservancy have some good news for us. Finally, the... Read more »