Pulling an All-Nighter Might Boost Your Mood

Have you ever stayed up all night and felt strangely energetic and happy the next day? Scientists are now studying this phenomenon to help develop new treatments for depression. Feeling “Tired and Wired” Most of us dread losing a night’s …

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Why Do We Have Seasons?

Many people believe the seasons work in a simple cycle: December and January are cold and snowy, April and May are full of flowers, July and August are hot and sunny, and September and October are full of colorful leaves. …

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Chinese Astronaut Hears Strange Knocking Sound in Space

In an intriguing and somewhat unsettling incident, Chinese astronaut Yang Liwei reported hearing a mysterious “knocking” sound during his historic space mission. Yang, who became China’s first astronaut (known as a “taikonaut”) on October 16, 2003, flew aboard the Shenzhou …

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Why Don’t We Find Dinosaur Bones Everywhere?

A conspiracy theorist recently asked, “If dinosaurs actually existed, wouldn’t their bones be everywhere?” This question has gained some attention online, prompting a fun and informative answer. First off, dinosaur fossils have been discovered on every continent, though they are …

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Global Warming May Have Already Reached The 1.5°C Threshold

New research suggests that global temperatures may have already surpassed the 1.5°C increase since pre-industrial times. This alarming finding indicates that we could exceed a 2°C rise by 2030. Determining the starting point for measuring temperature increases is tricky. While …

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The Largest Dam Removal In US History Is Happening Now

For the first time in a century, water is freely flowing down the Klamath River, thanks to the largest dam removal project in US history. This marks a significant victory for Indigenous communities and environmentalists who have long fought for …

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