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Enormous Underground City Uncovered in Turkey

An enormous underground city has been discovered in Turkey that was created by persecuted Jews and Christians in Imperial Rome. At 74 acres, the ancient city is believed to have been inhabited as early as the 1st century, and acted as a home and synagogue for 70,000 people. It all started when workers found what […]

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Switzerland’s Brilliant Plan For Underground Cargo Delivery Tunnels to Reduce Traffic is Now Underway

The dream of a new and ambitious mode of freight transportation just took a big leap towards reality in Switzerland. On August 1st, planning stages commenced to build an automated tunnel network that would ship cargo in shipping pods on a self-charging rail system. Cargo Sous Terrain (CST), or ‘Underground Cargo,’ will begin with a […]

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Tigers in Nepal Come Back From Brink of Extinction With Historic 190 Percent Increase

July 29 was Global Tiger Day—and Nepal had some roaring-good news, reporting that their wild tiger population is 40 percent higher compared to data from just 2015. In fact, Nepal has nearly tripled the number of tigers in the wild, according to results of the National Tiger and Prey Survey released last week. The historic […]

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Fact check: Global warming caused by human activity, not solar winds or weakened magnetic field – USA TODAY

The claim: Global warming is occurring because of solar winds and changes in Earth’s magnetic field Solar winds consist of charged particles emitted by the sun. Earth’s magnetic field – generated by churning, molten iron in the planet’s core – prevents most of…

Miners Find Giant Pink Diamond in Angola – The Largest in 300 Years

Miners in Angola have uncovered another giant pink diamond just seven years after they opened the mine in 2015. The 170-carat stone is a historic find because it is believed to be the largest pink diamond recovered in the last three hundred years. The diamond has been given the name “The Lulo Rose”, named for […]

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When It Comes to Energy, We Need More Balance, Less Fear

In the last 22 years, protecting and caring for the planet has gone from a “we’re all in this together” part of our culture to a political wedge issue. And it isn’t just your average pedestrian wedge issue that surges…

‘Unequivocal’ Evidence that Humans Cause Climate Change, Contrary to Posts of Old Video – FactCheck.org

SciCheck Digest There is “unequivocal” evidence that humans are causing global warming, the U.N. climate change panel has said. But viral posts revive a 2014 video of Weather Channel co-founder John Coleman falsely claiming “climate change is not happening.” The…

Watch a Drone Save a 14-Year-old From Drowning in Powerful Spanish Current

A pioneering drone lifeguard service rolled out across Spanish beaches has saved the life of a 14-year-old boy as he struggled against a powerful current. General Drones supplies 30 surf rescue drones with operators to lifeguard stations across 22 beaches along Spain’s coast. The company released a compelling video of the recent rescue in Valencia. […]

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Internet Debates Climate Change’s Role in Devastating Kentucky Flooding – Newsweek

Social media users spoke about climate change on Friday and the potential role they believed it played in the recent flash flooding experienced in parts of Kentucky. Earlier this week, heavy rainfall hit several areas in Eastern Kentucky, resulting in…

Iceland Records Lowest June Temperatures In 30 Years

The summer has been disappointing in most parts of Iceland so far, many people would agree. Even when the sun shines, it has been very cool. This has been particularly true during the past four days. Akureyri, for example, has…

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