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The History of Roller Skates

Roller-skating is a recreational and competitive sport for every kind of age group in which the participants basically use special shoes which are fitted with small wheels to move about on plain or paved surfaces. Roller-skating sports include speed skating, hockey, figure skating, and dancing competitions similar to the ice-skating sports, a ...
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Some Animals and Birds That Makes the Craziest Noises

In general there may be differences in the voice which seems to be unrelated with the attitude of the animal. Like Cheetahs may be swift runners, but they sound more like birds in flight like shouting in the air. The big cats chirp when communicating with other cheetahs, to avoid attracting another, less closely related relative the lion, whi ...
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Alarming Climate Change in the US

A new federal report, the 4th National Climate Assessment (NCA4), revealed that, in US and its territories, natural environment, agriculture, energy production and use, land and water resources, transportation, and human health and welfare are being affected by climate change. It shows detailed picture of how communities across the countr ...
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Extreme Heat Affecting Us

Higher temperatures and excess heat are likely to happen more often and last longer due to increasing air temperature also affects the oceans, weather patterns, snow and ice, and plants and animals. The warmer it gets, the more severe the impacts on people and the environment will be. A new study ...
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Mounds in Brazil

Scientists have discovered an immense grouping of large termite mounds in north-eastern Brazil. They have found regularly spaced, still-inhabited termite mounds that are covering an area the size of Great Britain and are up to about 4,000 years old that is a space equal to the size of Great Britain. It has been reported that they cover around 230,0 ...
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Migration of Harappans

Around over 4,000 years ago, it was found that the Harappa culture flourished in the Indus River Valley which is, currently, the modern Pakistan and north-western India with fancy cities and advanced culture. By 1800 BCE, this advanced culture had abandoned their cities, moving instead to smaller villages in the Himalayan foothills. Not so famous ...
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Say No to Black Friday Apps

In the present world of technological advancement, internet is acting like both a boon and a bane. On one hand with the internet and smartphones, life has become extremely simple and easy, on the other hand it has also increased the risk of being looted at the hands of hackers and scammers in just a few clicks. In today’s world we are so depe ...
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Do Dogs Possess “Metacognitive Abilities”?

Dogs are the best pets that one can actually own. Dogs are faithful, cute, sweet and caring. They’re loyal, intelligent, devoted and affectionate – and are known to improve our physical and mental health. They love and adore their owner with all their heart and repay the love that they receive tenfold. Indeed nothing can beat the peace ...
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Melting of Ice at Antarctica May Lead to Drastic Increase in Sea Level Globally

Antarctica, is the southernmost continent and site of the South Pole. It is a virtually uninhabited, ice-covered landmass. Most cruises to the continent visit the Antarctic Peninsula, which stretches towards South America. It is famous for the Lemaire Channel and Paradise Harbor, striking, iceberg-flanked passageways, and Port Lockroy, a former Bri ...
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The Carving of Canyons Across Mars

Presently, most of the water on the planet Mars is locked away in the frozen ice caps. Earlier, approximately around billions of years ago, the water used to flow across the surface as a result forming rushing rivers that emptied into craters, leading to lakes and seas. A new research has been conducted by the University of Texas at Austin wherein ...
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