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Belize’s “Great Blue Hole” may point to the death of the Mayans

Belize’s “Great Blue Hole” may point to the death of the Mayans

The famous “Great Blue Hole” found off the coast of Belize may hold the secret to how and why the Mayans culture disappeared.

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Google Testing AI That Can Predict When You Die

Google Testing AI That Can Predict When You Die

Using a proto-AI neural network, Google is experimenting with ways for programs to predict when you die, how long it will take, and more. Almost since the first experiments ...

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The Next Big Thing to Be Terrified of: A Firenado

The Next Big Thing to Be Terrified of: A Firenado

Recent fires around the world mixed with severe winds have led to a rare and terrifying weather condition known as a fire tornado, or more informally as a firenado.

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A Glimpse of What a Liquid-Covered Mars Used to Look Like

A Glimpse of What a Liquid-Covered Mars Used to Look Like

A video from Maven and The Lunar Planetary Institute show what Mars used to look like, including its once wet surface.

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A Hidden Lake on Mars Containing Liquid Has Been Discovered

A Hidden Lake on Mars Containing Liquid Has Been Discovered

There is evidence of hidden lake on Mars, locked under a polar ice cap, giving researchers a new target for future explorations.

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(UPDATED) Archaeologists Open the Totally Not Cursed Mysterious Black Sarcophagus

(UPDATED) Archaeologists Open the Totally Not Cursed Mysterious Black Sarcophagus

A massive, black sarcophagus was just discovered undisturbed under the city of Alexandria, along with a massive alabaster head. Update: The sarcophagus has been opened, and so ...

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The North Korean internet is a sad and lonely place

The North Korean internet is a sad and lonely place

A recent leak reveals exactly how many websites are registered to sites the North Korean internet, and the answer is kinda sad.

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Saturn’s Moon Enceladus Could Support Life Under its Icy Crust

Saturn’s Moon Enceladus Could Support Life Under its Icy Crust

The Cassini spacecraft sent back data that suggests that under the icy crust, the moon of Enceladus could support life. If you want to find evidence of life beyond Earth, you ...

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This is what a sunset on Mars looks like

This is what a sunset on Mars looks like

The Mars Rover sent back its first-ever color images from the surface of the Red Planet. It actually sent four, showing a blue sunset on Mars. When we watch a sunset, the ...

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There may be trillions of alien civilizations out there

There may be trillions of alien civilizations out there

A new study suggests that we may not be alone in the universe. In fact, it might be crowded, as there may be trillions of alien civilizations.

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