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‘Moon Wobble’ and Climate Change Predict Flooding Rise in US Costal Areas

‘Moon Wobble’ and Climate Change Predict Flooding Rise in US Costal Areas

It is predicted that every U.S. coastline will be involved in quickly increasing high tide flooding due to “moon wobble” and climate change, according to a study done by NASA on Jul 7, 2021, mentioned in the KSAT article on July 19, 2021. In particular, it is expected to happen in the 2030s. What Is […]

Dogs Understand Humans Better Than Wolves

Dogs Understand Humans Better Than Wolves

Ever hear the phrase “Dogs are man’s best friend?” A new study published in Current Biology on July 12, 2021, suggests this saying could absolutely be true and due to reasons.  According to the study, researchers found that domesticated pups are more responsive to humans than wolf pups. Researchers believe this could be due to […]

Zombie Star Could Be on the Brink of an Interesting Transformation

Zombie Star Could Be on the Brink of an Interesting Transformation

Astronomers’ have discovered a moon-sized zombie star that could change the way they understand how stars evolve. This cindering core of a dead star — or white dwarf — is roughly the size of Earth’s moon, qualifying it as the smallest one discovered, according to an article published on Live Science on July 2, 2021. […]

Officials Warn Against Fireworks Due to Drought and Extreme Fire Danger

Officials Warn Against Fireworks Due to Drought and Extreme Fire Danger

The 2021 fire season is well underway in the United States, prompting officials to warn people against using personal fireworks during the Fourth of July celebrations. As of July 1, 45 large fires that have consumed 672,653 acres continue to burn, according to the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC). Fire bans are announced in regions […]

US Scientists Race to Discover Why Wild Birds Are Sick and Dying

US Scientists Race to Discover Why Wild Birds Are Sick and Dying

Wildlife experts have reported a noticeable increase in sick and dying birds in the past 30 days. Hundreds of blue jays, common grackles, and European starlings are the most common Aves (biological classification for birds) among the species discovered in at least six states and Washington, D.C., according to an NBC report on June 22, […]

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