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Can You Flush A Toilet With Liquid Mercury? Kind Of

African grey parrot has global summit to thank for protected status

Can You Flush A Toilet With Liquid Mercury? Kind Of

#BeeLivesMatter: Gone ziggadeeboo over Zika, we should’ve known when they aimlessly tried to take out (airborne) mosquitos and killed bees instead, that something was gonna go down in the Class Insecta, Phylum Arthropoda, Animalia Kingdom U.S. Adds Seven Types of Bees to Endangered Species List for First Time

9 At-Home Remedies That Actually Work

Dogs May Be Genetically Programmed To Love Humans

Trees communicate via their own fungi-based ‘internet’

US cuts cord on internet oversight

ICANN’s wearing its name Here Are The Last Photos A Star-Crossed Robot Took Before Killing Itself On A Comet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

default-1475251972-cover-imageGetting Married On Valentine’s Day? You’re More Likely To Get Divorced, Claims Study

Dark Matter: Did we just hear the most exciting phrase in science?

India to ratify Paris climate change agreement at UN

How can we put the taste back into British food?

Igme now a typhoon —PAGASA

Five decisions that made the Nobel Prizes look bad 

FILE - In this file photo dated December 10, 1948, Nobel Prize winners of 1948, shortly after being presented their prize inside the concert hall in Stockholm, Sweden. English writer T.S. Eliot Nobel Prize for Literature and the Swiss Scientist Paul Mueller Nobel Prize for Medicine. Mueller was honored for discovering that the powerful pesticide DDT killed flies and mosquitoes to fight Typhus and Malaria, but ended up doing both good and bad as it also poisoned wildlife. Nobel Prizes cannot be changed or revoked, so the judges must put a lot of thought into their selections, with this year's awards due to be announced over the next two weeks. (AP Photo/FILE)

FILE – In this file photo dated December 10, 1948, Nobel Prize winners of 1948, shortly after being presented their prize inside the concert hall in Stockholm, Sweden. English writer T.S. Eliot Nobel Prize for Literature and the Swiss Scientist Paul Mueller Nobel Prize for Medicine. Mueller was honored for discovering that the powerful pesticide DDT killed flies and mosquitoes to fight Typhus and Malaria, but ended up doing both good and bad as it also poisoned wildlife. Nobel Prizes cannot be changed or revoked, so the judges must put a lot of thought into their selections, with this year’s awards due to be announced over the next two weeks. (AP Photo/FILE)

New book tells strange tales of evolution

What Happens When Galaxies Collide? 

Coronal loops arch above the Sun in Nasa images

Earth’s atmosphere may never drop below 400 ppm CO2 again

West Visayas, Mindanao areas to experience light to heavy rain

Deep sigh news: Now university offers a degree in Pokemon: Lecturer says the game makes the business information technology course more ‘accessible’  

‘Sun and rain’ detail how nanoparticles can escape from plastic coatings into the environment