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Smelly harbours and lifeless waters? Lantau Tomorrow Vision reclamation could add to nearby ‘dead zone’, scientists warn

An ambitious plan to build artificial islands in Hong Kong waters could suffocate marine life, creating smelly harbours for future residents, ocean scientists warned, with some fearing that the propos…

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Whale songs in the ocean around Antarctica have transformed; climate change could be why – ABC News


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Whale songs in the ocean around Antarctica have transformed; climate change could be why
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Whales in the ocean around Antarctica are changing their tune, according to a new study. Interested in Environment? Add Environment as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Environment news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Environment.

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Oxygen Could Have Been Available To Life As Early As 3.5 Billion Years Ago

In the first stage of photosynthesis, cyanobacteria use light energy to split water into protons, electrons and oxygen with the help of a protein complex called Photosystem II. Photosystem II is made …

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More radioactive fracking waste could be coming to Michigan

More radioactive fracking waste could be coming to Michigan Proposed tenfold increase in allowed radioactivity for so-called TENORM waste coincides with a request made by a large Wayne County landfill …

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Mars could have enough molecular oxygen to support life

Modern-day Mars may be more hospitable to oxygen-breathing life than previously thought. A new study suggests that salty water at or near the surface of the red planet could contain enough dissolved O…

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Salty water on Mars could have enough oxygen to support life

Mars continues to slowly give up its secrets. If briny water exists just below the Martian surface, it has the potential to hold enough oxygen molecules to support life, a new study reports. The theor…

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Russell Wangersky: Warming ocean temperatures could lead to a big kill

The Gulf of Mexico dead zone is an area of ocean bottom where the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water is so low that it can’t support marine life. This year, it’s about 14,760 square kilometres in …

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WHAT ON EARTH! Mysterious COSMIC RAYS erupting from Antartica could BREAK RULES OF PHYSICS – Express.co.uk


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WHAT ON EARTH! Mysterious COSMIC RAYS erupting from Antartica could BREAK RULES OF PHYSICS
Express.co.uk
The strange cosmic rays were first spotted shooting out of Antarctica during a 2006 experiment to monitor cosmic rays showering the Earth from space. During the tests, NASA-affiliated researchers observed a phenomenon that they were unable to explain: …

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Weird signals in Antarctica could be hints of a new realm of physics … – New Scientist


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Weird signals in Antarctica could be hints of a new realm of physics …
New Scientist
A NASA radio balloon floating over Antarctica has spotted high-energy events that can't be explained by our current understanding of particle physics.
Mysterious Cosmic Rays Shooting from the Ground in Antarctica …Motherboard
Strange Particles Coming Out of the Earth Hint at New PhysicsPopular Mechanics
Particles detected in Antarctica might be Supersymmetric in NatureNews Guards (blog)
Gizmodo –Science News
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How a Massive Wall in Antarctica Could Hold Back Sea-Level Rise – Live Science


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How a Massive Wall in Antarctica Could Hold Back Sea-Level Rise
Live Science
Glaciers are mighty rivers of ice that can carry boulders on their backs and grind valleys into rugged mountain ranges. But now, scientists say that humans might need to think about trying to engineer these formidable forces of nature. Propping up
An Unforeseen Climate Beast Awakens!Dissident Voice

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