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Earth Is Completing a Full Rotation

Earth Is Completing a Full Rotation

On July 29, the Earth had broken its record for the shortest day it’s had as it completed a full rotation in 1.59 milliseconds. That’s less than its standard 24-hour rotation. According to the Independent, an online British Newspaper, the planet has been increasing its own speed. Back in 2020, the Earth had seen its […]

DNA May Be the Key to Superconductors

DNA May Be the Key to Superconductors

Scientists from the University of Virginia School of Medicine are developing new technology using DNA in hopes of creating the world’s first superconductor. The new technology is believed to solve technical barriers in engineering while helping to reinvent electronics. Professor Edward Egelman, Ph.D., of UVA’s Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, stated the analysis “is […]

Solar Storm Coming to an Earth Near You

Solar Storm Coming to an Earth Near You

Planet Earth is going to be hit by a solar storm today, August 3, 2022. Space weather experts announced that there’s a chance a minor G1-class geomagnetic storm could hit Earth. A G1 storm would cause power grid malfunctions. They will impact satellites, and potentially spark auroras in regions around the northern pole — with […]

Alpine Avalanche Kills at Least 7 Hikers Amid Record Temperatures [Video]

Alpine Avalanche Kills at Least 7 Hikers Amid Record Temperatures [Video]

A large section of ice broke off an Alpine glacier in Northeastern Italy’s Dolomite mountains triggering an avalanche of rock, snow, and ice. Rescuers rushed to the Marmolada glacier by helicopter to search for surviving hikers. Officials report seven known casualties and nine people injured. Initially, 17 hikers were unaccounted for, but that number dropped […]

Californian Towns Sink After Years of Drought

Californian Towns Sink After Years of Drought

The effects of the climate crisis are tangible: raging wildfires, melting glaciers, rising seawater, and rain and snowfall deficits. For example, Californian towns started to sink because the state’s severe drought depleted the rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and aquifers. Some places in Corcoran, California, have sunk as much as 11.5 feet in the past 14 years. […]

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