An enormous solar flare messes up the reaction to Hurricane Ian. And given that a sizable active sunspot has just entered Earth’s field of vision, there could be more.
The valleys only took hundreds of years to form by removing meltwater into the sea to prevent their collapse.
New research showed that Viking bead makers were advanced and sophisticated in bead making in 700 AD.
Researchers set out to investigate the costs and advantages of group size under controlled ecological settings, untangle the influence of individual variations from group qualities on reproductive success, and determine how competition and cooperation vary with group size.
Two days of heavy rain have brought rain and storms to many states, with the SES warning of floods in the Macquarie and Hawkesbury districts of New South Wales.
According to the forecast, parts of Northwest and South California would feel unseasonable warmth.
The researchers’ innovative platform addresses a critical issue in water harvesting: collected water droplets form a thermal barrier that limits additional condensation; thus, they must be removed from the surface as quickly as possible to allow a way for more collecting.
A surfer had “guardian angels” and dolphins to save him from a stalking gargantuan 20-foot shark
Despite centuries of myths, the European earwig does not burrow into brains The earwig, Forficula auricularia, has been subject of malicious rumour for centuries – the claim that they burrow into your ear and eat your brains. In reality, they hide in dark places, away from predators, and come out at night to feed. During […]
Chiriquí harlequin frogs went extinct in 1996 due to a fungal disease that has driven the decline of 501 amphibian species It was a remarkably elaborate mating ritual. When a male Chiriquí harlequin frog found its mate, it would climb on to the female’s back, grip its armpits with its forelimbs and hug it. Females […]
Kilfeaghan, County Down: Today is one of those days when the natural world is so captivating that I forget my camera and just watch Two miles up a single track road – a boreen – I’m cradled in the bosom of the Mourne mountains, sitting outside a cottage with a view to Carlingford Lough. The […]
Chemists find a clue to the chemistry of the early Earth, which might open doors to accelerating chemical synthesis for drug development. Scientists find a mechanism for the peptide-forming processes in water that result in proteins and, ultimately, life on Earth.