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The Big Bang – A Model

The Big Bang theory, a well-known model of the Universe proposed a century ago by the astronomer Georges Lemaître, is one of the most well-known

What is Dark Matter?

We live in on planet Earth, where the atmosphere is made of elements such as nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide and where its inhabitants, like

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Know: Types of Melanoma

Defining the disease Melanoma is defined as a type of skin cancer that usually begins in melanocytes (pigment-producing cells). This type of cancer normally occurs

How Ocean Exploration Could Cure Cancer

Social Darwinism includes the evolutionary concept of ‘survival of the fittest’.  Organisms live through it every day in order to survive. Plants, people, and animals have

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Recent Helium Discovery in Tanzania

  What is the link between party balloons, space satellites, barcode scanners, and medical MRI scanners? The answer is that they all use helium, the

Gene Editing – The New Cure For Anemia?

Thalassemia, a form of anemia resulting in the abnormal formation of hemoglobin, is a genetically inherited disease that affects many. The two types, alpha thalassemia and

Hard Hearts

  Many of us know that as people age, they become crankier. You might have that 85-year-old neighbor who refuses to let your dog on

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Your Third Eye and Where to Find It

As children, we develop our vocabularies by repeating what we hear our parents say. We play games in which we identify colors and body parts,

Is it Wise to Multitask?

Many people multitask every day, especially when work piles up and it seems impossible to finish all that needs to be done. Multitasking seems like


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