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Scientists have used fat molecules to solve a longstanding mystery and identify an ancient creature as one of the earliest animals on the planet.
For more than 75 years, researchers have struggled to classify the Dickinsonia, a peculiar, vaguely jellyfish-like creature that lived about ... read more558 million years ago. The flat, squishy, oval-shaped organism had multiple rib-like segments and could grow to over four feet long, according to National Geographic.
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What out of these do you think can wipe out humanity from the planet earth?
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In a bid to begin a new era of Mars exploration for Europe, the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) are set to send a robotic probe to Mars on Monday to find if the planet has traces of alien life.
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Air pollution is now the world’s fourth leading cause of early death. It killed some 5.5 million people in 2013 alone. And levels of this pollution in the major cities of several countries, including China and India, often exceed WHO's recommended limit.
#Chandra_Venkataraman is a c... read morehemical engineer at the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai. The biggest culprit in the country is the traditional burning of biomass, such as wood and dried dung, she found.
Deaths from air pollution will rise by 2030, the researchers say. India and some other countries are likely to increase their emissions as their population grows and burns more fossil fuels.
#be a part of the Solution, not the pollution!
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