Monthly Archives: November 2017

One Of the Oldest and Most Distant Object Has Been Discovered

https://www.seeker.com/space/astronomy/one-of-the-oldest-and-most-distant-objects-in-the-universe-has-been-discovered Did you know a galaxy was formed 12.8 billion light years ago? This could help us learn about the big bang. Astronomers have discovered that this is the most distant and the oldest object away from us. Some people … Continue reading

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Should Gene Editing Be Performed On the Human Embryos?   

Pro and Con: Should Gene Editing Be Performed on Human Embryos? Do you think that gene editing should be performed on human embryos? There are many pros, but many cons too. Let’s talk about the pros. In 2017, this year, … Continue reading

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Fish Depression is Not a Joke

  Can a fish be depressed? The answer is yes, according to Julian Pittman, a professor at the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences at Troy University in Alabama. It seems that the neurochemistry of humans and fish are very … Continue reading

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Mysterious Void Discovered in Egypt’s Great Pyramid

Mysterious Void Discovered in Egypt’s Great Pyramid Egypt’s Great Pyramid of Giza is an amazing place. Archaeologists have been studying it for a long time to find new rooms and other ancient things in it, but none of their discoveries … Continue reading

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Catastrophic Volcanoes Helped Cause Violent Rebellions In Ancient Egypt

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/17/science/volcanoes-ancient-egypt-revolts.html The Ptolemaic Kingdom was a great time for Egypt because Queen Cleopatra VII ruled, and the Egyptians built a lot of amazing things. But there were also a lot of bloody rebellions between the Egyptians and the Greeks, who … Continue reading

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Ancient Skull May Be History’s Earliest Known Tsunami Victim

New York Times Science In the News In 1929, an Australian geologist went out to investigate the northern coast of Papua New Guinea for petroleum. On that trip, he found bone pieces buried in a creek about seven miles inland. … Continue reading

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Wolves Know How To Work Together

Wolves Know How To Work Together Dogs have been cooperative and friendly to humans and one another which makes some people think they could be good at cooperative tasks. Wolves mostly are happy with each other in raising their babies … Continue reading

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Astronomers Race to Study a Mystery Object From Outside Our Solar System

For the first time that we know of, a small space rock has entered our solar system from outside. Scientists are calling it A\2017 U1. This rock is about a mile long, and scientists from all over the world are … Continue reading

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Expedition finds South Pacific plastic patch bigger than India

https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/expedition-finds-south-pacific-plastic-patch-bigger-india “Expedition Finds South Pacific plastic patch bigger than India” This article is about Charles Moore finding a huge plastic patch bigger than India. There is a huge plastic patch of microplastic in North Pacific Gyre. Moore was trying to … Continue reading

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Astronomers Race To Study a Mystery Object From Outside Our Solar System

article The people are Dr. Weryk, Dr. Farnocchia, and also Dr. Meech and Dr. Johnson. For the first time an interstellar visitor zoomed through our solar system, A small space rock called the A/2017/U1 and it’s a quarter of a … Continue reading

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