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Coronavirus Germ in Air

Coronavirus: Airborne Transmission Is a Possibility WHO Says

Scientists around the world are uncovering more information about coronavirus every day. On 6th July a letter was published by scientists with 239 signatures from 32 countries urging for more research to be done.
Glacier in Antarctica

Scientists Worried About Rapid Melting Of 'Doomsday' Glacier In Antarctica

Climate scientists have always regarded Thwaites glacier in Antarctica as a key factor in terms of climate change and global sea-level risings. The glacier itself is seen as one of the most vulnerable to be impacted by climate change, as its collapse would raise global sea levels by more than half a meter on its own.

Earth’s Annual E-Waste To Surge To Over 75 Million Metric Tons By 2030

In a society where we are constantly encouraged to upgrade, the lifespan of most modern devices is little more than a few years.
Covid Research

Researchers Want To Use 'Sports Bubbles' For Covid-19 Research

Sports are slowly beginning to make their way back to our TV screens, and as they do, many professional leagues are making policies that will allow researchers and scientists to use large sports venues as research facilities for Covid-19. 

Apocalypse Movie Fans Are Better Equipped To Cope With The Covid-19 Pandemic

Researchers found that individuals who are fans of apocalypse movies are more resilient and prepared when it comes to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Coltan Scrivner is a psychologist who specializes in “morbid curiosity” at the University of Chicago and has long studied the effects of Science Fiction movies on individuals when it comes to dealing with real life disasters. His fellow psychologists and him have found evidence that suggests fans of apocalyptic movies in particular may be better prepared. Read more…