Science & Health
Elephants face a harrowing time in captivity, leading us to the question: Should their presence in temples be done away with?
Dec 12, 2017
As Earth travels through space, it constantly collides with dark matter. Although the mysterious particles are unobservable to human eyes, researchers are sure of their existence and believe that they are the glue that bind the galaxies of the Universe together. Scientists created a computer simulation - DaMaSCUS - to test what the Earth could look like being hit by dark matter and how they scatter across space.
Dec 12, 2017
Alien-hunting announcement: NASA to reveal latest discovery this week; where to watch it live online
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