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If you have an aversion to spiders, you may want to cancel that diving trip to the Antarctic.  Fortunately though you will probably never run into the mammoth sized arachnids, they only reside in the waters of antarctica.  Scientists are still uncertain why they grow to such gigantic proportions. These spiders are just one of the species that has been...
Dame Sally Davies, United Kingdom’s chief medical officer issued a warning about the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea and it becoming resistant to penicillin.  This evolution of the STD could be delayed if doctors prescribe drugs correctly.  This warning was issued because of evidence that physicians are not currently prescribing the correct medicines, at least not every time. Neisseria gonorrhoeae the...
50,000 kilograms or 110,000 pounds of natural gas are spewing out of the Aliso Canyon, California gas leak.  It could take another 3-4 months to stop according to officials. It is not the single biggest source of methane in California, equivalent to 8 or 9 coal powered power plants. First spotted on October 23 the leak was caused by a casing...
https://youtu.be/ojrrBsmLqn8 A rare encounter with a giant squid was caught on video when the mysterious creature from the deep sea emerged at a marina in the city of Toyama on Christmas Eve. It spent several hours in the harbor of Toyama which is located 186 miles west of Tokyo. The squid measuring an estimated 12 feet long was spotted swimming beneath docked fishing...
Scientists have successfully grafted eye tissue into monkeys and it survived, thrived and shows signs that it could actually pass information to become a functioning.  This could pave the way for new hope for those with currently untreatable genetic eye disease.  While this success does not mean that a cure is imminent, it does demonstrate the feasibility of such...
Tsunamis are usually caused by either an underwater earthquake or a meteor slamming into an ocean or sea.  About 10,000 years ago it is believed that massive meteor crashed into the Indian Ocean, sparking a mega-wave.  These tsunamis wrecked havoc across the coast of Africa, leaving wedge-shaped deposits of sediment in Madagascar. Signs of an ancient tsunami are not easy...
Say hello to the newest member of the shark family, Etmopterus benchley, aka Ninja Lanternshark. These small, sleek, black sharks are found in the deep waters off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The 5 samples collected were found at a range of depths between 836 and 1443 meters which is more than half of a mile deep. They get their ability...
Dark matter is what keeps physicists up at night.  First identified in the 1930s “dark matter” remains as elusive today as it was then.  Dark matter is known to affect the movement of galaxies and other celestial bodies.  While physicists can measure its effects, what it is made of is still undefined.   Not that physicists are not trying or...
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The ability to experience emotions is what makes each of our lives unique and wonderful.  The highest of purest joy to the depths of grieving and sorrow.  Emotions are what give us reason and purpose to our everyday actions. Every emotion creates a different feeling and reaction within our bodies based on the chemicals that are released with that emotion....

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