(Callum Hoare) YELLOWSTONE volcano scientist Dr Mike Poland has warned of the “devastating” capacity of the volcano after his team performed simulations of ashfall across the US in the event of a supereruption.
(End Time Headlines) More than 30,000 tremors have rocked Antarctica since the end of August, according to the University of Chile, a spike in seismic activity that has intrigued researchers who study the remote, snowbound continent.
(Strange Sounds) Yes! It seems that ‘The Birds’ by Alfred Hitchcock is inspired by a very real weird phenomenon that occurred in Santa Cruz, California in 1961.
(Leisa Audette) A man is seen popping up from the water holding a small gator with a puppy in its mouth. The man never drops the cigar in his mouth while he wrestles the puppy from the gator. He moves toward the water’s edge as he’s trying to get the gator to drop the puppy, and suddenly the puppy falls out and runs away.
(Exploring Your Mind) Clever Hans is a horse that was considered gifted at the beginning of the 20th century. Apparently, he had a prodigious memory and intelligence. Keep reading to learn more!
(Neuroscience News) One of the main natural components of ayahuasca tea, dimethyltryptamine (DMT), promotes neurogenesis (the formation of new neurons) according to research led by the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).
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(Andy Corbley) Fresh off their recovery from the Endangered Species List, gray wolves are getting another bit of support to ensure their continued recovery, this time from the voters in Colorado.
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(Anthony McLennan) The Netflix documentary starring free diver and filmmaker Craig Foster and his octopus buddy has been wowing audiences across the globe.
(B.N. Frank) As wildfires continue to burn in California and Oregon, blame is being placed on Climate Change, poor forest management, and downed power lines. No one has blamed combustible trees – at least not yet. However, in 2019 one scientist suggested that increased electromagnetic radiation levels from 5G deployment may cause trees to spontaneously combust.
(Jake Anderson) Consciousness is one of the greatest mysteries in the universe and humans are still in the dark on a wide range of related scientific questions, but a new paper is presenting a fascinating plot twist in the story of conscious perception on Earth. Based on the first experimental study of its kind, the authors suggest that crows experience conscious perception and subjective awareness in ways that are neurologically similar to humans and non-human primates.
(Anthony McLennan) Scientists have been studying the song made by blue whales in order to try and better forecast their movements up and down the Pacific coast.
(Good News Network) Chico is a nine-year-old yellow-crowned Amazon parrot. A species native to tropical South America, these birds are able to repeat human speech in a clear voice and can live often up to an astonishing 100 years old.
(Lissa Rankin) As I’m trapped in my house because the air quality where I live in the Bay Area is incompatible with life, as I’m sheltered in place for six months and gave up all summer travel because I want to be a responsible community member and don’t want to hurt anyone who might be at risk of COVID, I am wrestling with how we live in a world where our president doesn’t believe in climate disasters and some doctors with public influence are denying the danger of COVID. I can only make sense of all this by viewing disaster denialism as a trauma response that deserves our compassion.
(Strange Sounds) Stephen Maciejewski dropped to a knee on a Center City sidewalk Wednesday morning and gently scooped up a yellow-billed cuckoo that had smashed into a skyscraper and died on its way to Central America or the West Indies.
(Elias Marat) A pioneering effort to turn apartment buildings into a lush vertical forest has transformed into something more like a green hell teeming with mosquitos.