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Spheres: Exploring the Mystery and Mysticism of Nature’s Most Perfect Form
From the microscopic building blocks of life, to the countless cosmic bodies that resemble our own planet...
Hawaii’s Mauna Loa Volcano Erupts for First Time in 40 Years
Hawaii's Mauna Loa — the world's largest active volcano — began erupting on Sunday, Nov. 27 for the first...
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Inspiration From the Bold and Beautiful Blue Jay
With its gleaming coat to match the brightest sunlit sky, the blue jay is one of many captivating birds...
Rescue Efforts Continue As Indonesia Struggles To Get Aid for Quake Survivors
CIANJUR, Indonesia — Indonesian authorities struggled on Thursday, Nov.24 to get aid to thousands of...
The Omnipotent Owl – Why Are We Drawn to This Ancient Symbol of Wisdom?
Like a great sage, an owl sits stock-still, seeing everything, but saying nothing. When she takes action...
Cyclone Lashes Bangladesh, Killing Nine and Flooding Low-Lying Areas
DHAKA (Reuters) — A cyclone roared into the Bangladesh coast on Tuesday, Oct. 25 killing at least nine...
Living Bridges: A Centuries-Old Tradition Making Its Way Into Urban Settings
Deep in the Indian forests in the northeastern state of Meghalaya, giant fig trees extend their sturdy...
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The Delightful Dragonfly: Facts, Fables and Spiritual Insight
With wings like a fairy’s and colors to match, it’s no wonder the dragonfly is mired in myth and superstition...
Fist-sized Hailstones Batter Spain: Eyewitness Reports
Videos posted on Spanish social media on Tuesday, Aug. 30 showed an outstretched hand holding giant hailstones...
Antarctic Houseflies? Potential Threat of Invasive Species in the South Pole
The South Pole may be home to endearing survivors like penguins and seals, but one hardly expects to...
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Global Warming May Not Be Our Fault
Since pre-industrial times, the environment has undergone rapid changes that are often attributed to...
Strange Gelatinous Blobs on the Beach? Those Would Be Salps
If you’re lucky enough to have been to the shore lately, you may have encountered some — or even a multitude...