Anthropologists have discovered a 1.8 million years old early hominin settlement in Olduvai Gorge in northern Tanzania with some interesting evidence. The place has enough proof to say that some of our early ancestors settled and hunted there.
Researchers at Arizona State University have found micro and nano plastic particles inside human tissues. Alarming as it sounds, the health consequences from these undegradable particles are still unknown. Their findings are scheduled to be released today on a press conference at American Chemical Society (ACS) Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting & Expo.
According to a study published in the journal Communications Earth and Environment, scientists say that the melting ice sheet in Greenland has “passed in point of return” now. Earlier this year NASA reported that Greenland is melting 6 times faster than it was in the 90s thanks to climate change.
The 4000 years old, last intact Ice Shelf in Canada named Milne has broken up. It lost almost half of its size setting a massive ~79 km2 ice island and another massive piece of iceberg free-floating into the arctic sea.
The last few decades have seen more animals disappear at an alarming rate than ever! With the rapid change of the climate and environment, these animals face two options either to adapt drastically or face the extinction.
Google has developed a smart way to detect earthquakes and alert smartphone users on android. Google hopes this would be a much-needed function globally, as building public infrastructures to detect earthquakes can be costly.