Huge alligator in Florida spotted swimming behind woman’s home
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Huge alligator in Florida spotted swimming behind woman’s home

Video Alligators and dinosaurs may have more in common than we think An alligator that’s…

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Spring Equinox 2019 Australia: Is it the start of Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere today?
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Spring Equinox 2019 Australia: Is it the start of Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere today?

Is today the start of Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere? While the north celebrates the…

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Groundbreaking new study claims to prove more than one reality exists
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Groundbreaking new study claims to prove more than one reality exists

“While observer-independence has long remained inaccessible to empirical investigation, recent no-go-theorems construct an extended Wigner’s…

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Brits in bid to create LAB-GROWN meat and SOLVE world hunger
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Brits in bid to create LAB-GROWN meat and SOLVE world hunger

Dr Marianne Ellis, senior lecturer in biochemical engineering, said the current texture which scientists are…

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Levitation BREAKTHROUGH could lead to super-fast interstellar travel
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Levitation BREAKTHROUGH could lead to super-fast interstellar travel

Yellowstone volcano: How USGS scientist warned eruption could BURY Texas
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Yellowstone volcano: How USGS scientist warned eruption could BURY Texas

She told viewers: “Yellowstone is a hotspot volcano and you can see, from the map, the…

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Spring Equinox Moon 2019: What is a Worm Moon? Can you see the Super Worm Moon tonight?
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Spring Equinox Moon 2019: What is a Worm Moon? Can you see the Super Worm Moon tonight?

What is a Worm Moon? The March Full Moon earned its name after Native American…

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10 times ‘experts’ predicted the world would end by now
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10 times ‘experts’ predicted the world would end by now

Video Democrats claim world will end in 12 years, scientists disagree Scientist agree the world…

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Alligators have more in common with dinosaurs than you think
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Alligators have more in common with dinosaurs than you think

American Alligators make neural maps of sound the same way birds do. (Credit: Ruth Elsey…

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Teenage priestess from the Bronze Age was probably no globetrotter
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Teenage priestess from the Bronze Age was probably no globetrotter

Video New technology reveals that two Bronze Age women, Egtved Girl and Skrydstrup Woman, were…

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