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One of The Key Components of Life Has Been Detected on Enceladus’s Surface

According to the findings of NASA, many elements needed for life are present on Enceladus; Saturn’s 6th largest moon.   The Cassini spacecraft has been orbiting Saturn for over two decades. In 2015 it was found that 0.4 to 1.4 percent of the plumes jet constituents which erupted from Enceladus’s icy core contained hydrogen.   […]

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Having Pets as an Infant Lowers Risk to Allergies and Obesity

According to Medical News Today, exposing babies to pets at a young age will lower the child’s risk to allergies and obesity. This is because pets provide two beneficial bacteria, Ruminococcus and Oscillospira that have been linked to decreasing the likelihood of obesity and allergies. The effects will be active if the baby is exposed […]

Electronic Flight Ban

The United States government is currently banning passengers from having certain electronics on nonstop bound flights from eight Middle Eastern and North African Countries. The government have banned any electronics bigger than a cellphone such as laptops, kindles, ipads, cameras, and many other electronics. This ban only applies to ten airports in the United States. […]

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Future Budget Cuts in Store for the Environmental Protection Agency

In the White House’s proposed 2018 budget plan, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is set to have a thirty one percent reduction in their budget. In order to achieve that reduction around fifty of the EPA’s programs would have to be terminated.   It is known that Donald Trump has been skeptical about climate change, […]

March Madness

A month of madness is here. Back on March 14th, the First Four played, beginning March Madness. The two teams that moved on from those faceoffs are Mt. St. Mary’s and Kansas State, eliminating New Orleans and Wake Forest, respectively. Already, multiple people’s brackets are “dead”, with a favored team out of the running. A […]

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Bombers Attack in Syria Resulting in Multiple Casualties

This Wednesday two suicide bombers targeted the Syrian capital, Damascus, leading to dozens being killed.   The first bombing was located at the Palace Of Justice, Damascus’s main courthouse. It was reported that the bomb was detonated at a peak time to “inflict the maximum number of casualties.” 32 people were announced dead and over […]

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Will The Arctic Sea Ice Be Doomed To Disappear Even With Reaching The Climate Target?

Ice in the Arctic Ocean could vanish even if countries achieved the 2 degree celsius limit for global warming, scientist have recently warned.   In recent years, the polar ice has steadily declined. The region, as a result, is now available for more oil, gas, and shipping explorations, while also severely damaging the livelihoods of […]

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Study Finds Vitamin D, The Sunshine Supplement, Can Prevent Common Colds

According to the British Medical Journal or BMJ, taking a daily dose of Vitamin D reduces your chances of getting a respiratory tract infection. The study had 25 controlled trials with over 11,000 participants worldwide, all had significantly reduced rates of becoming ill.   It is said that vitamin D increases levels of antimicrobial peptides […]