Thursday 24 April, 2014

Our ancestors enjoyed summer holidays at Antartica!

If this information stands true, the history books have to be rewritten soon. According to scientists, some parts on the coldest region on our earth Continue reading “Our ancestors enjoyed summer holidays at Antartica!” »  More...

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By BioNews On Monday, April 21st, 2014
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Moon to brighten up your night life?

What if moon emits enough light to make the night sky brighter so that you do not need to switch on power to illuminate roads and streets Continue reading “Moon to brighten up your night life?” »  More...

By BioNews On Sunday, April 20th, 2014
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Earth’s extinction rate highly exaggerated: Study

Contrary to the current belief that about half of earth’s plants and animals would go extinct over the next century because of human activities Continue reading “Earth’s extinction rate highly More...

By BioNews On Saturday, April 19th, 2014
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3-million-year old green landscape found beneath ice sheet!

There was a green and forested landscape prior to the time that the ice sheet began to form in Greenland and scientists Continue reading “3-million-year old green landscape found beneath ice sheet!” More...

By BioNews On Saturday, April 19th, 2014
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‘Asteroid impact stored proof of life in glasses on earth’

Whenever an asteroid or a comet hit the earth in the past, the impact melted tonnes of soil and rock, some of which formed glass as it cooled Continue reading “‘Asteroid impact stored proof of life More...

By BioNews On Monday, April 7th, 2014
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Revealed: How earth got tectonic plates

In what could be a probable answer to an enduring puzzle about how earth’s tectonic plates were created Continue reading “Revealed: How earth got tectonic plates” »  More...

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By BioNews On Sunday, April 28th, 2013
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Heidelberg Scientists Investigate Release of Bromine in Polar Regions

Researchers from the Institute of Environmental Physics employ a Continue reading “Heidelberg Scientists Investigate Release of Bromine in Polar Regions” »  More...

This map of the Indian Ocean region shows boundaries of Earth’s tectonic plates in the area, and the epicenters (red stars) of two great earthquakes that happened April 11, 2012. A new study from the University of Utah and University of California, Santa Cruz, says the main shock measured 8.7 in magnitude, about 40 times larger than the previous estimate of 8.6. An 8.2-magnitude quake followed two hours later.The scientists explain how at least four faults ruptured during the 8.7 main shock, and how both great quakes are likely part of the breakup of the Indo-Australian Plate into separate subplates. The northeastward-moving plate is breaking up over scores of millions of years because the western part of the plate is bumping into Asia and slowing down, while the eastern part is sliding more easily beneath Sumatra and the Sunda plate.
By BioNews On Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
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Magnitude-8.7 Quake Was Part of Crustal Plate Breakup

Seismologists have known for years that the Indo-Australian plate of Earth’s Continue reading “Magnitude-8.7 Quake Was Part of Crustal Plate Breakup” »  More...

By BioNews On Thursday, July 19th, 2012
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World’s most brilliant X-rays illuminate origin of volcanic hotspots

Using the world”s most brilliant beam of X-rays, scientists have observed a strong evidence for the theory that volcanic hotspots like the Hawaiian Islands originate from mantle plumes Continue reading “World’s More...

By BioNews On Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
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Karakoram glaciers `not shrinking`

The Karakoram glaciers, located in the Karakoram Range between northern Pakistan and western China Continue reading “Karakoram glaciers `not shrinking`” »  More...