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During the Neoproterozoic, a geological era which occurred about 542 million to one billion years ago, Earth experienced unusual episodes of global cooling that geologists refer to as ''Snowball Earth''.
A team of engineers just unveiled the mystery
A scientific research gives a new perspective on how ancient cultures dealt with variable and changing environments
Despite the hazardous inclination of approximately five degrees, the Leaning Tower of Pisa (in Italy) has managed to survive four strong earthquakes since 1200 A.D.
Another potential weapon in the fight against plastic pollution
Called a thermal resonator, the device relies on temperature fluctuations between day and night to produce electricity and can be used without the need for sunlight, batteries or wind
Australian researchers have made an interesting new observation
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