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#3. Megatherium Used to be ... Megatherium was the size of an African Elephant and, while a herbivore, still was able to fend off attacks from...
MIT engineers have developed solar cells that can be printed on ordinary paper.
The positions of key countries and political blocs on climate change measures before the COP18 in Qatar.
Eric Weisstein's World of Science
With the global population increasing by 80 million each year, a third of the planet will likely face water shortages by 2025. This looming water crisis is inextricably linked to food production...
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Wildernet contains detailed information public lands in states like Hawaii, California, Colorado, Virginia with many more to come.
By literally dressing herself from the ground up, Rebecca Burgess is out to prove that anyone can dress sustainably — and locally.
Under the current taxonomy (based on genetic rather than behavioral criteria), the term "hominid" refers to members of the biological human family : living humans, all human ancestors, the many extinct members of and our closest primate relatives, t...
Browse through our list of America's 100 best adventures, then click on the links for more information about each.
TED Talks Throughout human evolution, multiple versions of humans co-existed. Could we be mid-upgrade now? At TEDxSummit, Juan Enriquez sweeps across time and space to bring us to the present moment -- and shows how technology is revealing evidence t...
Astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson once again blows your mind.
A look into the future of our world and solar system. Compiled from various sources. Images of the growing sun and views from Earth are composites made by me from various images on the web.
giant umbrellas, with a design based on the principles of sunflowers, will provide moveable shade in the day, store heat, then close and release the heat at night in the plaza of a new eco-city in the united arab emirates.