Richard Irwin

Mammoth killed: How changing climate is responsible

New analysis of ancient DNA has found that mammoths and giant sloths succumbed to sudden, rapid warming events, a finding that has implications for wildlife in a warming…

Researchers from Germany and Switzerland at last exposed hair ice mystery

A brand new research revealed within the journalBiogeosciences particulars the work of scientists at fixing the mystery behind the expansion of hair ice – a silky-like…

Acidic oceans: Plankton is destroyed at large scale

A new study by researchers from MIT, the University of Alabama and other academic institutions has established that the increasing acidification of our oceans would have…

Woolly mammoth killed, climate change to blame

It was long thought that hunting by humans was the driving force behind the demise of mammoths, giant sloths and other massive mammals that roamed the Earth tens of…

Florida’s Emerging Leprosy Problem: blame on Spitting Armadillos

Health officials in Florida are urging residents to keep away from armadillos, which they suspect are the cause of an increasing number of cases of leprosy in the state….

Louisiana water system: The Abounds in the Brain-eating amoeba found

NEW ORLEANS — A potentially deadly brain-eating amoeba has been discovered in the St. Bernard Parish Water System that serves more than 44,000 people, and the…

Boa Constrictors Kill: but process is other that suffocation

Boa constrictors are notorious for their deadly grip, squeezing their next meal until it expires. But scientists have long wondered whether this fatal hug kills prey by…

In Past 12 Years Across US And 7 Other Nations Live Anthrax Shipped in plenty

The United States military mistakenly shipped live anthrax to dozens of laboratories across the country and to seven other nations over the past decade, a U.S….

Fare Far Worse Mentally: College Students With poisonous Work Ambiance

College stressful on its own, but add onto it the responsibilities of a job (or sometimes even two) and the stress can skyrocket. Well, a new study has looked into this…

Alcatel Lucent acquisition by Nokia approved by EU at 17 billion

BRUSSELS – The European Union has approved the 15.6 billion-euro ($17 billion) acquisition of ailing French telecom company Alcatel-Lucent by Finland’s Nokia…