Latest Gareth Morgan Stories
For the first time ever, new maps of the subsurface of Mars show buried channels below the surface of the planet. These channels suggest evidence of flooding on a planet that has been considered by scientists to be cold and dry for the last 2.5 billion years.
It’s a common fact that the worldwide domestic cat population has exploded in recent history. And in many countries around the world programs have been launched to try and halt and perhaps reverse the population explosion.
An international team of scientists are looking to create what BBC News is calling "one of the most ambitious computer projects ever conceived"--a simulation that will virtually reproduce all activity on Earth, from human activity to climate to the spread of diseases and beyond.
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- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.