Water On Earth Was Brought By Asteroids, A New Study Concluded

When we are little we ask a lot of questions, and maybe one of them is about the deep Oceans and seas that we see. But when we grow older, we are... Read more »

Earth’s Sixth Mass Extinction Recovery Would Take 10 Million Years, New Research Unveiled

Earth is likely going to take a long, long way to recover from the sixth mass extinction that will be forced upon its shoulders by humans. It would take 10 million years... Read more »

Major Cosmic Impact Took Place On Earth 13.000 Years Ago

Chilean paleontologist Mario Pino and James Kennett a professor emeritus of geology at UC Santa Barbara state that a major cosmic impact took place on Earth in Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) period... Read more »

Magnetoreception: Humans Can Also Pick Up On The Earth’s Magnetic Field

According to researchers, humans can also pick up on Earth’s magnetic field. That sounds like a superpower a Marvel hero has, but it is the reality, and it’s called magnetoreception. The magnetic... Read more »

Mercury Is The Closest Planet To Earth, Not Venus, A New Study Revealed

We all learned in school that Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, while Venus is the second and that it is closer to Earth. You might be shocked, but a... Read more »

Massive Solar Storm Hit The Earth More Than Two Millennia Ago

Sometimes, highly energetic particles are produced by our Sun, and they get accelerated by the magnetic reconnection in solar flares or by coronal mass ejections, also known as shock waves. After that,... Read more »