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Bill Nye: Evolution Denial Hurts Innovation in Science and Technology - Video

Bill Nye:  Evolution is the fundamental idea in all of life science. So if we raise a generation of science students who don’t understand the main idea in biology they’re going to be incompletely educated students and this is going to be trouble for the United States because the United States keeps in the game economically by innovating – having new ideas, new products, new ways of doing things. That’s what the United States produces and brings to the world. And if we raise a significant fraction of our students who don’t understand...

First human-pig 'chimera' created in milestone study | Science

Scientists have created a human-pig hybrid in a milestone study that raises the prospect of being able to grow human organs inside animals for use in transplants.



It marks the first time that embryos combining two large, distantly-related species have been produced. The creation of this so-called chimera – named after the cross-species beast of Greek mythology – has been hailed as a significant first step towards generating human hearts, livers and kidneys from scratch.


Is Your Red The Same as My Red?



It’s a question that everyone has pondered at one time or another: does everyone view colors in the same way? Of course, there are people with color blindness and other disorders that do skew their perception of color. But among the rest of us with normal color vision, can we ever be sure we’re seeing exactly the same thing?

In this video from Vsauce, Michael investigates this very question in addition to other...

Ozone hole over Antarctic hits record size

The Antarctic ozone hole has expanded this month to one of its biggest sizes on record, UN and US scientists say, insisting that the Earth-shielding ozone layer remains on track to long-term recovery but residents of the southern hemisphere should be on alert for high UV levels in the weeks ahead.

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Credit: Stuart Rankin/Flickr

According to NASA and National Oceanic and...

Watch These Deadly Animal Attacks in Slow Motion

Teeth. Tongues. Venom. Mandibles. Snap. Bite. Chomp. Your nightmares are about to be fed with a fantastic video compilation showing slow-motion animal attacks from a variety of fauna.



Source: YouTube/Screenshot


BBC Earth published the compilation Thursday, complete with music that sounds like it should accompany a tense moment in a sci-fi film. BBC Earth is a show focused on the wonders of the natural...

WATCH: Incredible deep Sea Creatures that look like Aliens

The deep sea is the lowest layer of the ocean, at a depth of 1800m or more. Little or no light penetrates so deep; it was therefore thought historically that no life would be found there. But on the contrary, sea life thrives in the deep sea and their world looks more like an alien planet.


WATCH HERE: 8 Incredible Deep Sea Oddities!



Gallery: Few of them from the...

GoPro shows what it is like to be eaten alive by a Saltwater Crocodile

Wildlife photographers Trevor Frost and Melissa Lesh have captured the first ever video of a crocodile attack from the view of the powerful reptiles' prey. The duo's team strapped foam to GoPro cameras and dropped them into infested creeks in Australia's Northern Territory.


Credit: National Geographic


Saltwater crocodiles grow to about 20 feet in length and can weigh over 2,200...

Watch: Sorry Jurassic World, dinosaurs actually had feathers - ScienceAlert

If you thought Chris Pratt successfully herding a pack of voracious Velociraptors with mere hand gestures was one of the more unlikely parts of recent mega hitJurassic World (and yep, it was), try this on for size. According to what we now know, nearly all carnivorous dinosaurs were actually covered in an outer layer of feathers, not scales, says RiAus in this contrasting look at how dinos have been portrayed on the big screen.

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