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The Earth's Crust Is Getting Thinner Than Ever Before
The Earth's Crust Is Getting Thinner Than Ever Before

PAWEL TOCZYNSKI VIA GETTY IMAGES If you looked back at Earth 170 million years ago, you’d find a very different planet. The world’s co...

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Tyrannosaurus rex was a sensitive lover, scientists find
Tyrannosaurus rex was a sensitive lover, scientists find

Despite its fearsome teeth and cumbersome body the T. rex was a sensitive lover according to a new study. Despite its fearsome teeth a...

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See the World’s Largest Collection of Fluorescent Rocks
See the World’s Largest Collection of Fluorescent Rocks

 Inside the Rainbow Tunnel. Credit: Jeff Glover And get glowing in this mine’s Rainbow Tunnel In a New Jersey mine spanning 2,670 ver...

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World's biggest dinosaur footprint found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'
World's biggest dinosaur footprint found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'

Richard Hunter and a sauropod track in the Walmadany area in the Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia CREDIT: DAMIAN KELLY The world...

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Scientists Respond to Criticisms of a New Geological Epoch
Scientists Respond to Criticisms of a New Geological Epoch

Earth has arguably entered a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene (Credit: riverpollution.wordpress.com) 'Irreversible' c...

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Live Inside an Active Volcano on Aogashima Island
Live Inside an Active Volcano on Aogashima Island

Living Inside Japan’s Active Volcano Would you live in an environment that is unpredictably dangerous like Aogashima Island? If you’...

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Rocks that tell our industrial history
Rocks that tell our industrial history

Tunelkobako hondar zementuzko egitura. Arg. Nikole Arrieta/EHU Researchers in the UPV/EHU's Department of Analytical Chemistry hav...

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How Do Opalised Fossils Form?
How Do Opalised Fossils Form?

This is a crab claw that has been opalised in the same way that petrified wood is. This is a very rare and awesome find. Photo:  Peter Cu...

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Big L.A. Earthquake Could Cause Beach Areas to Sink Up to 3 Feet in Seconds
Big L.A. Earthquake Could Cause Beach Areas to Sink Up to 3 Feet in Seconds

Big L.A. Earthquake Could Cause Beach Areas to Sink Up to 3 Feet in Seconds The Newport-Inglewood fault has long been considered one o...

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How A.I. captured a volcano's changing lava lake
How A.I. captured a volcano's changing lava lake

Artificial intelligence onboard NASA's Earth Observing 1 (EO-1) spacecraft assisted in imaging an eruption at Erta'Ale volcano, E...

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Scientists Discover Gold Literally Growing on Trees in the Outback
Scientists Discover Gold Literally Growing on Trees in the Outback

For the first time, scientists have discovered that gum leaves absorb gold buried beneath the ground. (Credit: Mel Lintern) Money might n...

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Mars' volcanoes, Earth's dinosaurs went extinct at same time
Mars' volcanoes, Earth's dinosaurs went extinct at same time

Mars' volcanoes, Earth's dinosaurs went extinct at same time New NASA research reveals that the giant Martian shield volcano ...

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Geologists develop app to print 3-D terrain models of any place on Earth
Geologists develop app to print 3-D terrain models of any place on Earth

Today's geology lesson is all about anticlines. Students can read all they want about geological folds, axial planes, hinge lines...

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Gemstone Guide: Classification of Gemstones
Gemstone Guide: Classification of Gemstones

Gemstone Guide: Classification of Gemstones A gemstone is a mineral or rock, which can be used in jewelry after cutting or faceting an...

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