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The consensus is in: Earth is getting hotter! The United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), concluded that man-made gas emissions are a major driving force behind climate change.

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Spores are the main reproductive units for asexual reproduction in many kinds of bacteria, fungi, algae, and non-flowering plants. They play very interesting roles in nature.

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A heated discussion about tempurature, kinetics, and the physics of energy.

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What is slimy, has three jaws, about 300 teeth, and likes to suck on your scrumptious human blood? Fact: An adult leech can consume 10 times its own body weight before falling off to slowly digest its meal.

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We're familiar with many natural disasters as they often make headline news: earthquakes, volcano eruptions, tsunamis, hurricanes, blizzards, floods, and droughts are all examples.

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Due to their waxy cuticle plants are able to store water in very hot climates, although the cuticle also created new problems for gas exchange...

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Robots have been entertaining us for years, but how close are we to this "futuristic" technology? Humanoid robots exist today; just look at Honda's ASIMO, Sony's QRIO, or Mitsubishi's Wakamaru.

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Summer is now officially upon us, but with just a little negligence the golden tan become an ugly shade of red. But what is actually happening to your skin to cause these effects?

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Lately it seems like all the foods we love are bad for our health. So it does not come as a surprise that cola beverages can have adverse effects on our bone mineral density.

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Some scientists believe that thrill-seekers are hardwired differently than risk-avoiders. Thrill-seekers may have fewer dopamine receptors (dopamine is a molecule that plays an important role in the reward and motivation center of the brain).

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