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Great Lakes

NASA Discovers Lakes Heating Up Due to Climate Change

Through a joint study carried out by NASA and the National Science Foundation, it was revealed that lakes are warming at a faster rate than the world's oceans and atmosphere due to climate change. The researchers warned that if this trend continues, the ecosystems of the lakes will be significantly affected.

Black Hole

Black Holes can Grow as Big as 50 Billion Suns According to New Study

A professor from the University of Leicester claimed in a new scientific study that black holes are capable of growing 50 billion times the mass of the sun. According to the author of the study, this is possible as long as the disk feeding the black hole continues to orbit around it.


Is Being a Vegetarian Harmful to the Environment?

A new study suggests that sticking to an all-vegetable diet could be harming the environment. According to the researchers who carried out the study, this is due to the amount of resources needed to produce certain types of vegetables and fruits.


Scientists Baffled by the Weakening Geysers of Saturn’s Enceladus Moon

Scientists are still trying to find out the cause behind the weakening geysers on the surface of Enceladus, which is one of Saturn's 62 known moons. This issue is a growing concern for the scientific community since the natural satellite's geysers are currently scientists' only means to study the moon's water content


Youth Groups of Jewish Synagogue and Korean Church Come Together to Learn

Leaders of a Jewish synagogue and a Christian church in Los Angeles are collaborating to give their youth an educational experience of other faith communities in the city. Temple Israel of Hollywood and Los Angeles Christian Presbyterian Church started this collaboration with a joint youth experience on December 6, during which a group of 13 eighth grade students from Temple Israel visited the youth service at LACPC.


Scientists Solve Mystery of Missing Water in Hot Exoplanets

Scientists have finally solved the mystery as to why some exoplanets appear to have insufficient water. Through a combined project by the NASA and the ESA, they were able to discover that these planets' bodies of water were simply hidden behind cosmic clouds.

Sea Lion

Sea Lions at Risk of Developing Drain Damage and Memory Loss due to Toxic Algae

Scientists have recently discovered the link between the number of brain damage and memory loss among sea lions and toxic algae in the sea. According to them, the toxin produced by the algal bloom, called domoic acid, is responsible for causing the aquatic animals to get lost and stranded on beaches

Cats and Dogs

Health News: FDA Issues Recall on Pet Food Brand for Cats and Dogs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has officially issued a recall on the products manufactured by Bravo Pet Foods of Manchester, Connecticut. According to the agency, some of the pet food items manufactured by the company may be contaminated with Salmonella.

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