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Did you know they actually cloned an extinct animal back to life, but only for seven minutes. The Pyrenean ibex (Capra pyrenaica pyrenaica) also known locally as bucardo was a species of wild goat native to northern Spain and southern France. It was very abundant in the middle ages but the population rapidly declined in the 19th and 20th Continue Reading
I was watching a TV show the other day and there was a scene where a whole bunch of fish fell from the sky, the show never explained why so I decided to look it up and see if there was any cultural significance. I figured there was no way this actually ever happened so I was looking for Continue Reading
I know this sounds crazy, but just hear me out here. Once you understand what dark matter is, you'll see how it potentially could open up to a whole dimension that we are not currently aware of. What is dark matter? Dark matter is simply matter that reacts with our Universe only by gravitational fields. Therefore other forms of interaction Continue Reading
"Your problem is you spent your whole life thinking there are rules. There aren't. We used to be gorillas. All we had is what we could take and defend." - Lorne Malvo - Fargo TV Series Season01 Episode01 Even if you are a religious person and believe there is a set of commands for you to follow this concept Continue Reading
The south American Mimic Vine (Boquila trifoliolata) might seem like an ordinary plant at first. Actually you might not even notice it at first because its leaves look similar to other plants, hence the name mimic vine. But this vine can do things that are currently a mystery to science. How mimic plants usually work Plants may evolve to Continue Reading