New discovery shows T-rex’s bite could make bones ‘explode’

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New discovery shows T-rex’s bite could make bones ‘explode’

Yahoo News
Everyone knows that the Tyrannosaurus rex – the mighty “king” of the dinosaurs – was a fearsome carnivore. There’s been plenty of debate over how much hunting the species actually did, with some suggesting that the T. rex was more of a scavenger than …

UC Davis: Nearly half California salmon at risk of extinction in 50 years

KCRA Sacramento
UC Davis released a troubling outlook for native California salmon, noting that nearly half of the state’s species will become extinct by 2067 unless changes are made.

Nasa: Humans Have Inadvertently Created Artificial Barrier Around Earth

NASA space probes have discovered an artificial barrier around Earth created through human activity—showing we are not only responsible for shaping the environment on land, but that we are now having an impact on space too.

New Zealand quake scientists make surprising find underground

CBS News
WELLINGTON, New Zealand – When researchers in New Zealand drilled deep into an earthquake fault, they stumbled upon a discovery they say could provide a significant new energy source for the South Pacific nation.

Trees in Eastern U.S. Head West as Climate Changes

Scientific American
The westward movement of some tree types in the eastern United States puts plant responses to climate change in a new perspective.

Scientists identify mysterious sea creature that washed up in Indonesia

A massive sea creature that washed up on a beach in Indonesia last week isn’t an unknown species from the depths of the ocean, but likely a whale, according to researchers.

Meet KalamSat: World’s Smallest Satellite Designed By A Teen

Tech Times
An 18-year old teen from India created the smallest and lightest satellite ever dubbed KalamSat. The science genius used 3D-printed reinforced carbon fiber to create the satellite, which will be launched by NASA in June.

Elysium Space extending memorial frontiers aboard SpaceX Falcon 9

SpaceFlight Insider
An archive photo of a Falcon 9 launching from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Elysium Space will send a CubeSat with the cremated remains of at least 100 people into space aboard a Spaceflight Industries ride-share mission.

Photo Gallery: SpaceX ramps up launch rate with Inmarsat-5 F4 mission

SpaceFlight Insider
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. – On May 15, 2017, SpaceX launched an expendable Falcon 9 rocket with the Inmarsat-5 F4 communications satellite.

SEE: Tons of plastic cover pristine beaches on remote Pacific Island, how it got there

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Tons of garbage, mostly plastic, litters the beaches on remote Henderson Island in the Pacific. Scientists were stunned at the volume of trash on the tiny UNESCO world heritage site.

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