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Yellowstone Supervolcano May Blow Sooner than Expected

Yellowstone Supervolcano May Blow Sooner than Expected

If the massive supervolcano the lies below Yellowstone were to erupt again, chances are we will have far less warning than was originally thought. After the examination of materials from fossilized ash of the most recent eruption, scientists from Arizona State University believe that this supervolcano was last awakened when two influxes of …

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6 Pointers on How to Talk to Your Kitty

6 Pointers on How to Talk to Your Kitty

Many people who have good friends that are cat lovers tend to struggle with why they get so attached to these felines. But one of the things that non cat people have trouble understanding is the ability to communicate with cats. To most people, they like to compare how cats …

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The Fastest Shark on the Planet is in Trouble

The Fastest Shark on the Planet is in Trouble

We have heard all the great things about thee shortfin Mako shark. It is described as a striking blue shark that has amazing athleticism. But it also has a rather dubious honor too, and that is the fact that it has delicious meat. Other species of sharks are shunned for being …

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Mice Are Evolving to Survive in New York

Mice Are Evolving to Survive in New York

It seems that every day we discover yet another aspect of nature that is amazing. Even some of the smallest mammals are showing some remarkable resiliency. We are certainly aware of the persistence of the human spirit, but the animal spirit is pretty persistent too. If we visit New York …

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Earth May Be on the Verge of a Catastrophe

Earth May Be on the Verge of a Catastrophe

Have you had enough hurricanes, earthquakes and natural disasters? Apparently, Mother Earth may have some other things in store for us – at least this is what scientists think. The quantity of carbon dioxide that people will release in the atmosphere by year 2100 could be enough to set off …

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