Scientists have discovered how trilobites survived two mass extinctions while everything else died. The key is flexible adaptation to the environment.


Scientists have discovered how a unique trilobite species was able to survive and defend itself against predators during Earth’s oxygen level fluctuations. Trilobites, ancient sea-dwelling creatures related to spiders and lobsters, were abundant in the seas for nearly 300 million years, starting in the Cambrian Period. They managed to survive two mass extinctions and dominated…

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“Mexican Tony Stark” tries to revolutionize forestry with the world’s first self-sustaining “tech forest” in the desert.

Waffle Forest

Waffle Forest, uses cutting-edge technologies to create the world’s first self-sustaining tech forest in the desert. This innovative solution, which includes an artificial intelligence system called ‘Ninja’ and a real-time health monitoring system for trees called ‘Tree Talker,’ has the potential to reverse desertification and reduce carbon emissions.

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Research suggests pigeons do indeed dream – of flying!

Feral Rock Dove bird flying

During sleep, the brain undergoes a set of processes to ensure we wake up feeling refreshed. Humans experience different phases of sleep, rapid eye movement (REM) and non-REM sleep, which cause distinct changes in physiology, brain activity, and cognition. During REM sleep, the brain is very active and we experience vivid, bizarre, and emotional dreams.…

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