Philippines Earthquake_ One Dead and More Than Two Dozen People Injured

Philippines Earthquake: One Dead and More Than Two Dozen People Injured

The Philippines is on the active Pacific Ring of Fire and encounters frequent earthquakes. Read more »
Researchers Find Fastest Ants in the World in Northern Sahara

Researchers Find Fastest Ants in the World in Northern Sahara

Video film uncovers the ants running over the searing sand at velocities moving toward one meter for every second, the likeness a house cat tearing about at 120mph. Read more »
Scientists Aim to Make a 3D Map of the World

Scientists Aim to Make a 3D Map of the World

Doing this, obviously, will require heaps of financing; the task needs about $10 million just to filter the greater part of the Amazon inside the following three years. Read more »
Hope For the Missing Fades as Japan Typhoon Death Toll Rises to 66

Hope For the Missing Fades as Japan Typhoon Death Toll Rises to 66

Around 138,000 families were without water while 24,000 needed power. Read more »
Typhoon Hagibis_ More Than 110,000 Rescuers Deployed After Worst Storm in Decades

Typhoon Hagibis: More Than 110,000 Rescuers Deployed After Worst Storm in Decades

The hurricane - the most exceedingly terrible tempest to hit the nation in decades - has left at any rate 40 dead, with 16 missings. Read more »
Japan’s Capital Prepares for One the Worst Typhoons in 60 Years

Japan’s Capital Prepares for One the Worst Typhoons in 60 Years

The tempest could be the most grounded to hit Tokyo since 1958 and individuals ought to likewise get ready for high waves and tempest floods, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. Read more »
Facebook Says More Than 140 Million Businesses Uses its App Every Month

Facebook Says More Than 140 Million Businesses Uses its App Every Month

Organizations can likewise set up an away message for quite a long time when they are shut or on an extended vacation and make saved replies to respond to regularly posed inquiries. Read more »
Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter Measures Sun’s X-ray Emission

Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter Measures Sun’s X-ray Emission

In any case, Isro says, so as to comprehend the grouping of the components, Chandrayaan-2 needs extra information about the sun-powered X-beams that energized the particles in any case. Read more »
Hundreds of Summer Records Have Broken During Summer This Year

Hundreds of Summer Records Have Broken During Summer This Year

The study was completed by the California-based climate institute Berkeley Earth. Read more »
70-Year-Old Grandma Completes Bolivia’s Dangerous ‘Death Road’

70-Year-Old Grandma Completes Bolivia’s Dangerous ‘Death Road’

The world's most hazardous street spirals skyward almost 11,000 feet, from the nation's swamp wildernesses to the snow-topped pinnacles of the Andes. Read more »
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