Planetologists investigate origin of heavy bombardment of the moon 3.9 billion years ago
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Planetologists investigate origin of heavy bombardment of the moon 3.9 billion years ago

Apollo sample 60335 with visible globules of metal: These metal globules are from asteroids which have struck the moon. Credit: AG Kleine The moon
New insights into how the infant microbiome impacts early childhood behavior in boys and girls
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New insights into how the infant microbiome impacts early childhood behavior in boys and girls

A Dartmouth-led study, published in Pediatric Research, has shown a direct association between infant microbiome composition and early childhood
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The U.N. says climate impacts are getting worse faster than the world is adapting

According to the U.N., climate impacts are worse than the world adapts. Zoomen this image toggle caption Dake Kang/AP Dake Kang/AP The uncomfortable
Climate change will triple impacts to world’s 'life zones' unless emission rates are dramatically reduced: Anticipated future changes are expected to accelerate rapidly including impacts to an additio
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Climate change will triple impacts to world’s 'life zones' unless emission rates are dramatically reduced: Anticipated future changes are expected to accelerate rapidly including impacts to an additio

WCS and other partners have released a new study that models climate changes in 45 life zones around the globe. This shows that the impacts of
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New ban on swimming with spinner dolphins impacts Hawaii operators

U.S. regulators banned the swimming of marine mammals near shore in an effort to protect Hawaii’s spinner dolphins. The National Oceanic and
Asteroids May Have Stolen The Oxygen From Earth's Ancient Atmosphere
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Asteroids May Have Stolen The Oxygen From Earth's Ancient Atmosphere

Our planet was an asteroids punching bag during a time in Earth's history that was between 2.5 and 4 billion years ago. Earth was pelted with
How asteroid, comet strikes may have delayed evolution of the atmosphere
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How asteroid, comet strikes may have delayed evolution of the atmosphere

The Southwest Research Institute team, led by the Southwest Research Institute, updated planetary bombardment model with the most recent geologic
A Recurring Weather Phenomenon Drives Nearly 6 Million Children Into Severe Hunger
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A Recurring Weather Phenomenon Drives Nearly 6 Million Children Into Severe Hunger

A new study shows that one bad El Nio can cause severe hunger in 6 million children. This number is three times higher than the number of children
AI Analysis of 100,000 Climate Studies Reveals How Massive The Crisis Already Is
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AI Analysis of 100,000 Climate Studies Reveals How Massive The Crisis Already Is

Some problems are so large that you cannot see the root cause. The perfect example is climate change. The basic facts are that the climate is
How the iOS 14 Privacy Change Impacts Small Businesses
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How the iOS 14 Privacy Change Impacts Small Businesses

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