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NASA Signs Up Priest and Theologians to Prepare the World for Alien Life

NASA Signs Up Priest and Theologians to Prepare the World for Alien Life

For many decades the debate on whether there are extraterrestrials out there has been a hot topic. However, many skeptics believe those who think they exist are out of this world. Others have shared eerie and sometimes frightful tales of alien abductions and sightings. NASA has decided to enlist the help of a priest and […]

Ancient Humans Walked Upright but Climbed Like Apes

Ancient Humans Walked Upright but Climbed Like Apes

A new study of 2 million-year-old vertebrae fossils indicates an ancient hominid relative was able to walk the ground upright and climb/swing with their arms like apes — or Tarzan. An international team of 17 institutions, including the New York University and the University of the Witwatersrand, studied lower vertebrae bones found in 2015 that […]

Atomic Clock Measures How Time Warps Across a Millimeter

Atomic Clock Measures How Time Warps Across a Millimeter

An extremely sensitive atomic clock has pinpointed the speed up of general relativity; this is when a clock ticks faster the farther one is from Earth or another big object. This speedup was across a millimeter-sized sample of atoms that uncovered the effect over a minor height difference than ever uncovered before. In September, researchers […]

Australian Koalas to Be Vaccinated Against Chlamydia in New Trial Study

Australian Koalas to Be Vaccinated Against Chlamydia in New Trial Study

Around 400 Australian koalas are one step closer to being protected from the bacteria infection known as chlamydia. Researchers are set to begin trial chlamydia vaccine at Queensland’s Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. They are hoping the trial will help the marsupials with the pervasive infection thus preserving their survival. The new trial study is set […]

Mars Exploration Brings Humanity Closer to the Red Planet

Mars Exploration Brings Humanity Closer to the Red Planet

NASA’s most acclaimed Perseverance rover landed on Mars’ Jerezo crater in February and brought humanity closer to the red planet by sending images to Earth. The pictures sent by the Mars rover helped researchers know where to look for life on Mars. Scientists controlling the Perseverance said they are definitely in the right place based […]

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