Ringling Bros. Circus takes final bow: 10 unusual facts about the 'Greatest Show on Earth'
Here are 10 things you may not know about the legendary circus
Local man shares story of how he brought images from moon landing to Earth
As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing is being celebrated, a local man shows that without the contributions of he and a team of engineers made, the world would have never seen it happen.
Scientists invent lightest material on Earth. What now?
Scientists have invented a new material that is so lightweight it can sit atop a fluffy dandelion without crushing the little fuzzy seeds It's so lightweight, styrofoam is 100 times heavier. It is so lightweight, in fact, that the research team consisting of scientists at UC Irvine, HRL Laboratories and Caltech say in the peer-reviewed Nov. 18 issue of Science that it is the lightest material on Earth, and no one has asked them to run a correction yet. That's light! The material…
How A Disease With No Cure Has Nearly Been Wiped From The Earth
There were 3.5 million Guinea worm cases in 1986. Today there are 25.
Earth is roughly the warmest it has been in about 100,000 years, study says
A new study paints a picture of an Earth that is warmer than it has been in about 120,000 years, and is locked into eventually hitting its hottest mark in more than 2 million years.
Hothouse Earth: our planet has been here before
What can we expect from our future climate after looking at the 'Hothouse Earths' of the past?
Researchers discover two rocks containing silicate material that belonged to primitive earth
Submitted by Jeanne Rife on Sat, 05/14/2016 - 15:12 A group of US and Canadian research institutions have discovered two clear signs of unique silicate material in rocks found from two different locations. Silicates floated above the core during formation of the Earth’s mantle and crust. The silicate material is believed to belong to a period when our earth was in its development process The team…
10 Qualities that make "Concrete second most used material on the Earth"
Concrete is the most used material on the earth apart from water. The Qualities of Concrete that make it so popular:
How spider silk is one of the most versatile materials on Earth
Spiders spin webs out of silk, but they also use their threads as slingshots, submarines, and hang-gliders.
Mars will come closer to Earth in the next week than it has been in 15 years — here's how to see it
Mars will be at its closest point to our planet in 15 years over the next week, making for some prime nighttime viewing That's because of a phenomenon called perihelic opposition, in which Earth's and Mars' orbits align, bringing the two planets closer together. Perihelic opposition only occurs once every 15 to 17 years, so look up and find the red planet in the sky. Mars will look brighter in the night sky over the next week than it has appeared in 15…
Earth's core has been leaking for 2.5 billion years and geologists don't know why
Scientists made the discovery by studying rocks that had oozed to Earth's surface from the deep mantle.
Earth's Core Has Been Leaking for 2.5 Billion Years and Geologists Don't Know Why
Earth's core has been leaking the element tungsten for the past 2.5 billion years.
Why Earth Has Two Levels
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Mars will come closer to Earth in the coming weeks than it has been in 15 years — here's how to...
Mars will be at its closest point to Earth since 2003 throughout July, as our planet passes between Mars and the Sun. That'll make for some prime nighttime viewing.
Earth is (always has been) round, so why have the flat-out wrong become so lively?
Every fringe theorist needs an amplifier—used to be the penny press; today it's the Web.
Why Earth has 4 seasons
Some assume our planet's changing distance from the sun causes the change in the seasons. That's logical, but not the case, for Earth.
Earth's wildest areas have been damaged by humans
Despite being in some of the most remote parts of the planet, low-impact areas are now under threat from environmental damage.
Scientists discover new material that could charge your phone battery in minutes
How Google Earth Has Revolutionized Archaeology
Thanks to Google Earth and other open-access imagery, amateur archaeologists are making spectacular finds — but what are we losing?
The 12th Man: How on earth has it come down to this?
Where do we go from here? It depends on your point of view and general leaning in life I suppose.