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Call to rescue Bahrain's coral reefs in Belize Road

COLLECTIVE MEASURES are required to preserve Bahrain coral reefs in the same way as efforts exerted by Belize, a Caribbean nation that is home to parts of the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. Bahrain Authority for Cultural Authority (Baca) Antiques and Museum Director Shaikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa believes Bahrain could learn a valuable lesson from Belize, …

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Spiders Use the Earth's electric fields to fly hundreds of miles

But Erica Morley and Daniel Robert have an explanation. The duo, working at the University of Bristol, has shown that spiders can feel the earth's electric field and use it to launch in the air. Every day there are about 40,000 thunderstorms around the world, which together transform earth's atmosphere into a giant electrical circuit. The upper reaches of the …

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NASA tests a plane that is very, very quiet

Flying has made the world a smaller place. If you have money, it is now possible to commute between coasts for work or go over the planet on vacation. But that freedom comes to another cost contamination. Aircraft emit greenhouse gases, contributing to climate change (to the point where some universities ask researchers not to fly) and the plan is …

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NASA may have found meteorite pieces at the bottom of the ocean

NASA and NOAA researchers announced that they may have discovered fragments of a meteorite in the depths of the ocean. On March 7, a meteorite crash in the Pacific after being illuminated over Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. Four months later, a research group set up to find the fallen meteorite. On July 1, researchers surveyed Exploration Vessel Nautilus sea …

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Signs of "Sonic Boom" Meteorite found in the ocean

Researchers say that the first mission to chase the meteorite crashed into the ocean is now to know what may be the small pieces of the stock of meteorite. On March 7, three National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather stations discovered the collapse of about 25.5 miles (25 kilometers) meteorites from the Washington State Coast. NASA's cosmic dust calf …

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