Planet

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Scientists studying why golden retrievers are dying sooner, getting cancer

According to the American Kennel Club, golden retrievers are the third most popular breed of dogs in the United States. (Labrador retrievers and German shepherds are the first two.) And it’s no surprise as to why. Golden retrievers are good family dogs with their gentle, outgoing, and loving demeanor. They are easier to train than […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

 · 3 min read

‘Thrilling’ Find: 11,000-Year-Old Megastructure Discovered in Baltic Sea

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have uncovered an ancient marvel lying beneath the Baltic Sea near Germany. This extraordinary find, called the Blinkerwall megastructure, has left researchers astounded, as it helps unravel the mysteries of our prehistoric past. The Blinkerwall megastructure, an 11,000-year-old stone wall, stands as a testament to the ingenuity of our ancestors.1 […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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50+ Mysterious Things Found Trapped in Ice

Ice can be deep, dark blue, and mysterious, or it could simply be keeping your soda at the right temperature. Icy landscapes can be beautiful to look at but treacherous to traverse. Ice may help to preserve us or possibly harbor something more perilous. Water is unique because it commonly exists as a liquid, solid, […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

 · 3 min read

The Hollywood sign mistake you can’t unsee

Have you ever looked at the Hollywood sign and realized there is something completely off with one of the letters? Well, you wouldn’t be alone there! This article will help those who haven’t spotted this mistake to see what they’ve been missing. Be warned, once you notice it, you won’t be able to not see […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

This is what years of tourist rides do to an elephant

Elephant rides are a common tourist attraction, but wildlife rescue group in Thailand is warning against the industry. Despite their massive size and strength, elephants are not naturally conditioned for carrying riders. So those forced into service for tourists often suffer severe medal issues as a result. Take Pai Lin, for instance. The Wildlife Friends […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Man turns a massive desert cave into a 5,700 square-foot off-the-grid home

Would you ever consider living in a cave? In the present era, individuals are dwelling in various unconventional residences, ranging from school buses, and sheds to vans. Grant Johnson, a man who opted for such a lifestyle, crafted an astonishing off-the-grid desert home, spanning over 5000 square feet. The residence showcases remarkable craftsmanship, a music […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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This Man Generates Free Electricity Using A Water Wheel

In a world that is consuming exhaustible resources at an alarming rate, a clever man who lives in a hut near the river has found an ingenious way of using a water wheel. He uses it to generate electricity with minimal cost. The man uses this wheel to turn the water into energy. As such, […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

 · 3 min read

Did you know the world has a fifth ocean?

Think back to the time at school when the subject matter was reading maps. We learned the geographical points on the map, like the Greenwich meridian, the equator, and the four oceans. However, there have been some recent developments regarding the world’s seas. We now welcome the fifth ocean to the world map. The Southern […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer