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15 Most Densely Populated Places In the World
Did you know that over 95% of the human population occupies about 10 percent of the land available to us? Here are the 15 most densely populated areas.
Pigeons Have Played a Massive Role in World History
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These Optical Illusions Will Play Tricks On Your Mind
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New “Massless” Battery About to Transform the Tech World
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Is It Actually Possible to Colonize Mars?
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This Scientist Took on Flint’s Water Crisis. She’s 12.
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Studying Dolphins May Be Key to Advancing Medicine
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E-Waste Is a Real Problem. What Can We Do About It?
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This Is How Coronavirus Tests Actually Work
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THIS is the True Scale of Our Universe...
Get a sense of the true scale and shape of the universe we've discovered so far.
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These Are the Largest Scientific Centers Under Development
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The Most Stunning Pics of the Moons in Our Solar System
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Can Science Achieve a Universal Blood Type?
We know our blood types to be an inherent unchangeable genetic feature, but there might be a way to create a universal blood type. Watch to find out more.
These Microscopic Living Robots Have Memory!
The Xenobot 2.0 is the upgraded version of the first living, self-healing robot in history. This tiny living robot could save millions of lives one day!
This Technology Could Turn the Sahara Into a Green Forest
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The Scientific Reason Why Some Can’t Sleep Without a Fan
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Would You Like to Ride The World's Fastest Monocycle?
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Amazing Science: Moving Objects with Sound Waves!
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