Filter by FormatAllArticleIdeaImageGalleryVideoAudioLinkQuestionSort By DateAuthorContributionsDateDown-VotesLast ModifiedRankingTitleUp-VotesViewsVoting ActivityVoting Score Did a million years of rain jump-start dinosaur evolution? An extended bout of warm wet weather 232 million years ago may have profoundly altered life on Earth. https://www.nature.com 1 Did a Million Years of Rain Jump-Start Dinosaur Evolution? 1 VOTE @Michael December 10, 2019 Biological SciencesHistory and Past EventsNature and OutdoorsPhysical Sciences AmphibiansAncient Climate ChangeCarnianCarnian AgeClimate HistoryCretaceous PeriodCrinoidsDinosaurDinosaur EvolutionDinosaurs An extended bout of warm wet weather 232 million years ago may have profoundly altered life on Earth. 1 What Would a Trip to the Mariana Trench Be Like? 1 VOTE @Michael December 5, 2019 Biological SciencesGeneral Education and FactsGeography and PlacesNature and OutdoorsPhysical Sciences AnglerfishBlack DragonfishBlue WhaleChallenger DeepDecompression SicknessDeep OceanDeep SeaDeep Sea ChannelDeep Sea Coral ReefsDeepest Fish Ever wanted to take a dive into the deepest parts of the ocean? Well, today you’re gonna have this... Sun-bombing spacecraft uncovers secrets of the solar wind Surprise magnetic reversals and an unexpectedly fast rotating wind mark the first findings from NASA’s Parker Solar Probe. https://www.nature.com 2 Sun-Bombing Spacecraft Uncovers Secrets of the Solar Wind 2 VOTES @Michael December 5, 2019 Engineering and Applied SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current EventsPhysical SciencesThe Universe AstrophysicsCoronaMagnetic FieldMagnetic FieldsNasaNasa SpacecraftParker Solar ProbeSolar WindSolar WindsStars Surprise magnetic reversals and an unexpectedly fast rotating wind mark the first findings from NASA’s Parker Solar Probe. A tiger went on an 800-mile odyssey in search of a mate A tiger in India traveled more than 800 miles (1,300 kilometers) in search of a mate -- the longest such walk ever recorded by a big cat in India, according to re… https://www.cnn.com 1 A Tiger Went on an 800-Mile Odyssey in Search of Food, a Mate and a Place to Call Home 1 VOTE @Michael December 4, 2019 Biological SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current EventsRights and Activism Animal MigrationBig CatsEndangered AnimalsEndangered SpeciesIndiaNational Tiger Conservation AuthorityTigerTiger MigrationTiger PopulationsTigers A tiger in India traveled more than 800 miles (1,300 kilometers) in search of a mate -- the longest... Eating more gluten early in life is tied to children's higher risk of celiac disease Bad news for lovers of bread, pasta and baked goods: Eating lots of gluten-heavy foods from a young age could eventually lead to gluten intolerance. https://www.cnn.com 1 Eating More Gluten Early in Life is Tied to Children's Higher Risk of Celiac Disease 1 VOTE @Michael December 4, 2019 Food and Culinary ArtsHealth and FitnessMedical SciencesNews and Current Events Autoimmune DiseaseAutoimmune DiseasesCeliac DiseaseChildren's DietChildren's HealthGlutenGluten FoodsGluten IntoleranceGluten-FreeGluten-Free Diet Bad news for lovers of bread, pasta and baked goods: Eating lots of gluten-heavy foods from a young age... Scientists find 'monster' black hole so big it shouldn't exist Scientists have discovered the black hole LB-1, so massive that it shouldn't exist. https://www.cnn.com 1 Scientists Have Discovered a “Monster” Black Hole That’s So Big it Shouldn’t Exist 1 VOTE @Michael November 29, 2019 Nature and OutdoorsNews and Current EventsPhysical SciencesThe Universe Astronomy NewsAstrophysicsBlack HoleBlack HolesChinese Academy Of SciencesFallback SupernovaGalaxiesGalaxy FormationLb-1Physics Scientists have discovered the black hole LB-1, so massive that it shouldn't exist.