Haikouichthys: The First Known Fish That Lived On Earth

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We think that life began on Earth at least 3.5 to 4 billion years ago. This is because the oldest evidence of life form recorded is a 3.49-billion-year-old microscopic fossil. The remains of the Stromatolites or microbial reefs created by cyanobacteria were found in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This oldest fossil ever discovered […]

These Are Pokémon? Read To Find Out Why!

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An article purportedly describing how to enable the Pokémon Lickitung to evolve into Luigi, one of the major characters of Nintendo’s Mario franchise, was published on the company’s official website in April 1999. The only Pokemon with the “Plumber” typing was Luigi, who had the Pokédex number #160. The article claims that Luigi had a […]

What Do Black Holes Sound Like? Listen To NASA’s Haunting Black Hole Recording Here

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Ever wondered what a black hole sounds like? Want to hear it? Don’t worry. NASA has you covered. On Aug. 22, 2022, NASA released a 34-second audio clip of sound waves emanating from a supermassive black hole. And let me tell you, it sounds amazing yet ominous and creepy at the same time. So what […]

A Cool Book To Read… #1 For Me: “The Lost World”

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You should read a great science fiction and novel by the famous creator of Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conon Doyle. It was published in 1812. Here is a summary of it. Disaster happens when real living dinosaurs are discovered. We learn about the adventures of Prof. Challenger,  Edward Malone,  Sir J. Roxton, and Prof. Summerley. […]

Carbon-14: An amazing tool to estimate the age of all living things

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Carbon-14 is used for radio carbon dating. Carbon 14 is a radioactive isotope of carbon with an atomic nucleus containing 6 protons and 8 neutrons. It’s presence in organic materials is the basis of the radio carbon dating method pioneered by Will Libbey and his colleagues to estimate the age of something after it died. […]

Why Does The Moon Look Close Some Nights And Far Away On Other Nights?

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If you’ve ever gone outside to gaze at the night sky, you might’ve already noticed that the Moon looks so close and huge on some nights. But on other nights, it seems far away and is back to looking like its usual size. Such a mysterious sight, right? So how does this happen? Here’s the […]

The Most EVIL Plant

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They are nasty plants. The characteristics of Ibicella lutea, Proboscidea louisianica, and Proboscidea parviflora are understated by the common name Devil’s Claw. Both Devil’s Breath and Devil’s Snot are more acceptable names for them. These are large, unpleasant plants. Expect the plants to be at least a meter (3 feet) across if you reside in […]

Writing a Good Post About Events

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Today we are talking about how to write a good post about events. Your first paragraph should immediately tell the reader the time period and should give the topic of the whole post. Unfamiliar terms should be defined for the reader. Example: The main problem was that the Articles of Confederation, the plan of government adopted […]

The Big Question: Could We Bring Dinosaurs Back To Life?

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Last time I shared with you a post about the incredible possibility of bringing back an iconic extinct species: the Tasmanian Tiger. And after reading it, I’m pretty sure this question might’ve already crossed your mind: How about dinosaurs? Is it possible for scientists to resurrect dinosaurs? Imagine seeing a real dinosaur! Just like in […]

This is What’s Up With Bruised Bananas

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So you know bananas? Them yellow things? I don’t know about your life, but I never really eat bruises on bananas. There’s nothing wrong with bruised bananas, they’re the same as and non-bruised bananas- I think. So, for bananas to ripen, they start to produce a hormone called ethylene. It’s what turns bananas from their […]

Scientists Plan To Resurrect The Extinct Tasmanian Tiger

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It’s a sad reality that many species have gone extinct and many are currently on the brink of being wiped out. One thing we do know, though: aside from degradation and loss of habitat and climate change, humans are a big part of why animals go extinct. From hunting, over-exploitation, overharvesting, and polluting natural habitats, […]