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Are Hurricanes Getting Stronger?

Even though rain is still falling in Houston, history has already been made: Hurricane Harvey is almost certainly the largest U.S. flooding rainstorm ever. In...

Before and after photos show Hurricane Harvey’s devastating floods

Hurricane Harvey has dumped record amounts of rain onto the Texas city of Houston, leaving at least eight dead and thousands stranded and prompting an...
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Why Healthy Oceans Need Sharks?

Shark fin soup has been a popular part of the Chinese cuisine since the late 1300s. It is usually served at weddings and banquets,...
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What is climate change? The definition, causes and effects

Carbon dioxide is colorless. We produce it just by breathing. But combustion – from fuel or friction – leaves darker traces. Once a point...
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Marine Debris: A Legacy of Litter

Marine debris is litter that ends up in oceans, seas, or other large bodies of water. This manmade debris gets into the water in many ways. People often leave trash...

HURRICANE HARVEY GUIDE: PATH, EVACUATIONS AND FORECAST FOR THE STORM HEADING TO TEXAS

Hurricane Harvey is heading toward Texas and is set to make landfall late Friday night or early Saturday morning -- meaning that people should...

Mobile Phones Are Dirtier Than Toilet Seats, New Study Shows

What's the object you touch the most? We're guessing that your mobile phone probably features in the top three. A Nottingham Trent University once...
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Why learn a foreign language? Benefits of bilingualism

Physiological studies have found that speaking two or more languages is a great asset to the cognitive process. The brains of bilingual people operate...

What will happen if you look at the solar eclipse without glasses

In 1962, a teenager in Oregon named Lou Tomososki and a friend both made the mistake of looking directly at a partial solar eclipse...
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How the Space Shuttle Was Born

Conceived as a means to reduce the cost of space flights, NASA's Shuttle Program originally was supposed to produce completely reusable vehicles, which would...

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