After closely examining the fossils of 555-million-year-old organisms, a team of scientists has discovered that Earth’s early ecosystems were vastly more complex than anyone has previously suspected.
Archives for November 2015
Between the dim light and thick mud that engulfed the baby dolphin, responders decided that they could not reach the animal at that point in time. It would have to wait until the next morning.
A woman came down with a serious ailment recently — and it was all caused by a hair tie.
A tremendous new discovery could have huge implications for Alzheimer’s research.
“Young children between the ages of three and seven, that is the most common age to have childhood fears…They don’t know the difference between fantasy and reality, especially at night.”
Cyber Monday is coming up, and if you want to get your Christmas shopping done on the cheap, you better act fast.
Microsoft has launched Cortana Beta for the iOS platform.
They’re called coccolithophores, and their rise in the oceans has this amazing tie to global warming.
A new study has found that a one-size-fits-all approach just isn’t a good idea.
Looks like one black hole is having its own Thanksgiving feast.