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Blue sharks use hot water swirls to dive into the depths of the sea and feed themselves

An interesting discovery concerning the behavior of blue sharks was carried out by a research group from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and the Applied Physics Lab of the University of Washington (UW). According to the researchers, these fish … Continue reading

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Rising sea levels started in the 60s

According to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Siegen, Germany, sea level rise would have started as early as the 60s of the last century. The study, published in Nature Climate Change, made use of various data … Continue reading

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Chips without fats as tasty as normal ones thanks to a new discovery

French fries, those found at the supermarket, are one of the most popular snacks ever by the public but bad luck has it that they are characterized by a non-negligible fat content. There are also “modified” versions with a smaller … Continue reading

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Mega tsunami caused on Mars by asteroid impact billions of years ago

An international group of researchers has come to the conclusion that the crater of Lomonosov, an impact crater in the northern part of Mars with a diameter of about 80 miles, can be connected to an impact that would have … Continue reading

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