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Ants rescue injured friends from risky situations

The ants were seen helping their injured friends from the battlefield (Picture: National) Ants have been observed rescuing their injured friends from the field of battle. African Matabele warring ants displayed heroism by heading back into risky situations – such as termite foraging sites – to carry wounded ants to …

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Ford’s Robot Police Car Is No RoboCop

A perspective from a cyborg police officer in the 2014 film “RoboCop.” Credit: Sony Pictures Before the RoboCop future arrives, a robot police automobile that pulls over speeding vehicles and issues tickets or warnings on its own could someday help ease a shortage of human officers at police departments across the United States. But the …

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Man’s Chronic Pain Disappears After Vigorous, Cold-Water Swim

(Credit: Shutterstock) Those frigid thrust nuts—you know, the people who strip to their skivvies in Feb and burst into frozen water—might be on to something. According to doctors from the United Kingdom, a 28-year-old man who had been angry of persistent, post-operative pain was marinated after jumping into impossibly cold …

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Do Science With Your Loved Ones This Valentine’s Day!

Together, you can attend in any of these projects centered around the heart, adore and care. Health eHeart Study Health eHeart Study  Rob Dunn Lab Beats Per Life Nature Abounds IceWatch USA  Nature Abounds Watch the Wild The Kinsey Institute Kinsey Reporter ChimpSee ChimpSee

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20 Things You Didn’t Know About … Engines

1. Everybody’s doing the locomotion . . . really. We are all engines, which by their many simple clarification are machines that modify appetite into motion. 2. And while you could consider of animals as being engines, plants have them: Photosynthesis pathways are mostly described as plant engines, and biologists are quite …

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Squid Lovers Switch Sex Positions In Response To Partner’s Signals

This squid listens when he creates love. Photo Credit: harum.koh/Wikimedia Commons When it comes to enchanting cephalopod sex lives, squid seem to have drawn the brief straw. Argonauts, their cousins, keep things enchanting with swimming, detachable penises. Giant Pacific Octopus mating involves several hours of rough, soft grabbing movement that would make Toshio …

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Before Planning an Exotic Summer Vacation…Read This

Photo: flickr/Morgan Sherwood Are you formulation an journey vacation packed with new experiences? Thinking about doing something that few people have ever done, like climbing Mt Everest? Well, according to this study, these practice may not be all they’re burst up to be. These researchers found that “participants entirely enjoyed having …

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Astonishing Ways Animals Ensure Their Sperm Win

Echidnas foe 4 penises (only two ejaculate). (Credit: Shutterstock) We all know that people fight over intensity adore interests. Just consider of Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant) and Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) scuffling, rather impotently, over Bridget Jones in a fountain. But you competence be astounded to hear that the extreme …

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When Earth Was a Snowball, the Moon May Have Grown a Bulge

Although the moon looks utterly round from the ground, it is agree at its poles and wider at its equator, a trait famous as an equatorial bulge. This evil is common; it’s customarily caused by an object’s revolution around its axis. However, it’s been remarkable that the moon’s gush is …

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Photographed: The Glow from a Single, Hovering Strontium Atom

That dark blue dot in between two steel electrodes is a singular strontium atom. (Credit: David Nadlinger) In the photo above, you’re looking at a single, definitely charged strontium atom dangling by electric fields. It’s an atom, manifest to the exposed eye. Whoa, right? David Nadlinger, a quantum physicist and …

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