Global warming continues to threaten Earth, new data show. The West is now affected by hotter summer days, while the East Coast is getting overwhelmed by stickier and hotter summer nights. And that’s not all. Researchers reveal that state-by-state average ...

There’s no doubt that everyone loves their pets, whether we’re talking about cats, dogs, hamsters, or even tarantulas. It’s wonderful to care for an animal, and some people now believe that one way of showing your affection is by vaccinating ...

Antarctica’s new heat record has just been unveiled by the United Nations (UN). The record heat was reached last year, in February 2020, at Argentina’s Esperanza research station. Global warming and climate change continue to shape Earth’s future and it ...

Digging through 230 million-year-old dung for the sake of science isn’t something that you do every day. However, you know what they say that you have to make sacrifices in every job. But for researchers involved in a new study, ...

Probably it may sound like an SF scenario, but we now have enough proof that Florida had once icebergs. How’s that even possible? A series of strange lines carved on the seafloor off North Carolina’s Outer Banks is the main ...

We built cities for centuries, creating some of the loudest habitats on the planet. Then, we still chose them over anything else. We always find our way back to the city, even if the pollution levels rise continuously and the ...

California might deal with the worst-case scenario, new satellite data reveal. Observed from space, California’s drought is just tragic. For that, the ESA (the European Space Agency) captured a satellite photo of the San Gabriel Reservoir and Angeles National Forest ...

Earth is currently experiencing the worst-case scenario as global warming threatens to put an end to glaciers and lakes. A recent event, though, has made scientists worry even more. New satellite data show how a massive lake in Antarctica vanished ...

Reducing carbon emissions might have zero effects on preventing disastrous climate change, scientists warn us. And as shocking as this might sound, it’s the truth, and we have to accept it. Professor Nerilie Abram from the Climate Crisis Advisory Group ...

New research shows how a bunch of comet fragments might be more significant than previously believed. As per recent findings, the fragments that hit our planet approximately 13,000 years ago could have shaped human civilization’s origins. As intriguing as that ...