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In the Walthamstow district of London, residents recently started noticing that someone was writing down the name of the species of trees on the pavement using chalk. (Image: Screenshot / YouTube)

Londoner Labels Trees on the Pavement

In the Walthamstow district of London, residents recently started noticing that someone was writing down the name of the species of trees on the pavement using chalk. After people got curious and started talking on Twitter, the person behind this…

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Swarm Probes Weakening of Earth’s Magnetic Field

In an area stretching from Africa to South America, Earth’s magnetic field is gradually weakening. This strange behavior has geophysicists puzzled and is causing technical disturbances in satellites orbiting Earth.…

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Londoner Labels Trees on the Pavement

In the Walthamstow district of London, residents recently started noticing that someone was writing down the name of the species of trees on the pavement using chalk. After people got…

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What Causes An Ice Age to End?

New University of Melbourne research has revealed that ice ages over the last million years ended when the tilt angle of the Earth’s axis was approaching higher values. During these…

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Germany Is Developing 62-Mile Highway for Cyclists

Air pollution is one of the major challenges facing urban areas. To deal with this issue, many countries have started promoting bicycles for short-distance transportation. In Germany, the government is…

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Air Pollution Drops in China Thanks to Coronavirus

The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak has brought China to a standstill. Factories are empty, roads are desolate, shops are closed, and people keep themselves to their homes. While this does look dire,…

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Antarctica Records Hottest Temperature in History

The continent of Antarctica registered its hottest day ever recently with a temperature of 64.9°F. The reading was taken from Esperanza, an Argentinian research base at the continent’s northwest point,…