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Phosphorus in the soil is vanishing day by day

Phosphorus-enriched soil is very much essential for agricultural purposes. But the current alarming fact is, this nutrient is increasingly being lost from...

Ocean soaks up more carbon than previously estimated

Carbon dioxide accounts for almost 80% of our greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. Oceans and vegetations soak up a part of...

Global warming makes viruses more resistant to treatment, study finds

A new study conducted by Swiss scientists has found that global warming may threaten the human population by facilitating diseases caused by...

Hydrofracturing and collapsing of ice cliffs happening in Antarctica

What will happen when the ice sheets of Antarctica melt entirely? Without any doubt we can say, it ends with the total...

We were wrong about how Earth’s oceans were formed, a new study finds

Nearly 71% of Earth's surface is covered with water, with the oceans being the largest ecosystem on our planet. Earth's oceans are...

A gentle drizzle or a heavy shower: What’s the difference?

Rain can be gentle and peaceful some days, and sometimes it comes down as a torrential downpour causing flash floods and destruction.

New simple and efficient technology could provide clean drinking water to millions

It is estimated that around 785 million people in the world lack easy access to a clean drinking water source. The climate...

The app “My Shake” detects earthquake magnitudes using your phone’s sensors

Mobile phones are a vital part of our daily life. We know a lot of features on our phone. Let's learn a...

Laser beams reflected from the Moon’s surface – To boost study of Moon

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has been orbiting and studying the moon since its launch in 2009. Engineers have placed a reflector...

More about the blue hole in the ocean, scientists reveal

We have enough ideas about the space and the planets revolving around, rather than the oceans, which we explore consistently. Sea gives...

A new satellite survey shows sinking hotspots in California coastline

Changing sea levels can affect the population living in coastal areas. A rising sea level inundates low lying areas, causes coastal erosion...

Methane gas found leaking from Antarctica’s seafloor, heating the Earth

This is a shocking new first-time finding. Researchers have discovered methane gas actively leaking from Antarctica's seafloor, accelerating the process of global...

Polar bears predicted to be extinct in 80 years due to climate change

Polar bears are a species of bear that natively live and are adapted to the Arctic Circle. However, the population of the...

How lightning data helps improve the forecasting of weather conditions

When we hear the word thunderstorm, the first thing that comes to our mind is the lightning bolt and the acoustic thunder...