Texas Freeze Survivor Uses Tiktok to Help Others Prepare for Intense Winter
Holloway stated in one of her videos, "I used to make fun of preppers for thinking they're paranoid, and now I'm one, and I'll never make fun of someone like that again."
Denisova Cave in Siberia Reveals More Information About Rare Prehistoric Human Species
The Denisovans, a strange extinct hominid tribe closely linked to Neanderthals, didn't leave much in fossil evidence. Three additional fossils have been discovered in their former stomping grounds in Siberia, making them the oldest species ever found.
Experts Warn of Dramatic Sea Level Rise if Antarctic Volcanoes Erupt
two kilometers beneath the surface of a massive ice sheet that covers the continent's west side, scientists recently discovered the world's biggest volcanic zone.
Total Solar Eclipse, Christmas Comet: More Celestial Events to Watch Out This December 2021
December should be a spectacular month for sky-watchers all around the world, with the chance of a naked-eye comet, a parade of planets, and a stunning full "Cold Moon" rising.
"Violating Nature's Right"- Ecuadorian Court Votes in Favor of Forests Against Mining Plans
Ecuador's highest court has determined that mining copper and gold in a protected cloud forest is illegal and infringes on natural rights.
Xenobots: World's First Ever Robots That Learned to Reproduce Itself
Researchers who constructed what they claim are the world's first living robots now declare that they can reproduce in an unprecedented fashion.
Once Believed to Have Came from Bears, Footprints in Archeological Site Found to Have Belonged to Early Humans
According to a new study published in Nature, a recent re-excavation of the Site A footprints at Laetoli and a rigorous comparative analysis suggest that the footprints were created by an early human — a bipedal hominid.
Fight Against Lithium Mining on Sacred Land Rages in Nevada
Mining opposers are well aware that the judicial system may finally work against them. They're exploring direct action techniques like those demonstrated at Standing Rock during the Dakota Access pipeline protest.
Valley of the Sun Breaks Winter Record for the First Time Since 1949
Phoenix residents do not live in the "Valley of the Sun" and do not expect chilly weather. In November, people may expect temperatures to be somewhat lower than 80 degrees Fahrenheit on most days.
Report Shows that the US is Currently the World's Largest Plastic Polluter
The United States is the world's leading producer of plastic garbage.
Climate Change is Driving One in Six Australian Birds to Imminent Extinction
According to a once-in-a-decade research, one in every six Australian birds is now vulnerable, indicating that the climate emergency is driving species closer to extinction.
Elusive White Sperm Whale Spotted in the Waters Near Jamaica
A white sperm whale, recorded on Monday by Leo van Toly from a Dutch merchant ship off the coast of Jamaica, is the most mythological animal in the ocean.
Hundreds of Starfish, Other Marine Animals Stranded on the Beach After Storm Arwen
Following Storm Arwen, hundreds of starfish and other marine animals washed ashore on a beach.
Meteorologists Warn Another Huge Storm May Bring Snow in the East Coast
Meteorologists predict that there may be another chance for snowfall in several of the coastal Northeast's main cities by early next week, depending on how certain variables come together.