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Capturing elephants from the wild has hindered their reproduction for more than a decade

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Capturing elephants in captivity not only hinders their reproduction immediately, but also has a negative effect on their calves, according to new research. Scientists at the University of Sheffield found long-term adverse effects on the reproduction of Asian elephants caught in the wild and held captive in a joint study with the University of Turku and …

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Asteroid Warning: Why Scientist Fears NASA Will Not Notice Earth Scale "Scam" | Science | News

Asteroids are small rocky bodies in the inner solar system orbiting the orbit of the sun. There are millions of them flying through space and their collisions – known as shock events – have played a significant role in shaping many planets. NASA is constantly monitoring the cosmos, categorizing all near-Earth objects (NOEs) as potentially dangerous objects (PHOs) if they …

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Space News: Scientists spark fear over ancient black hole that can swallow Earth | Science | News

A new document published by Durham University and the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests that what was previously thought to be an invisible planet on the edge of the solar system is actually an ancient black hole. Scientists say the new conclusion explains phenomena that are better than anything else that has been suggested before. Researchers have voiced their …

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See: Conditions Perfect for Meteor Shower Ball Showers Visible by Humboldt Tonight | Lost Coast

Tonight is the tip of South Tauris # MeteorShower . It carries less than 10 meteors per hour, but is known for #fireballs . Plus you can still see some meteors from #Draconids that peaked last night: https://t.co/J2a5KvOx9s pic.twitter.com/kBnlUCTien – AccuWeatherAstronomy (@ AccuAstronomy)) October 9, 2019 The excess meteor shower will be seen by Humboldt tonight. Electricity be damned! The …

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The number of sperm improved with tomato sauce: a study

One tomato a day can keep the urologist away. New research suggests unlikely help with male impotence: tomato sauce. The secret of this sauce, lycopene, is an antioxidant that prevents damage to cells, including sperm. A study from the University of Sheffield in the UK found that taking a 2 tbsp concentrated tomato puree boosted a healthy sperm count. But …

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Boeing, SpaceX pressed for commercial crew test flights this year

LAS CRUCES, NM – Boeing expects to perform a subscriber test for its commercial vehicle CST-100 Starliner in early November, followed by an unbound orbital flight test in mid-December, the company leader announced on October 8. During a panel session of the International Symposium on Private and Commercial Space Flight (ISPCS) here, John Mulholland, vice president and program manager for …

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Navigate, Tardigrades – 'mold pigs' are the new micro-beast in town

If you can't get enough of tardigrades – those tough, tubular microscopic devices with eight leg edges – you'll love this newly discovered microvertebrate. Here, the mold pig. Discovered by paleobiologist and entomologist George Poynar, Jr. at Oregon State University, mold pigs have won the nickname thanks to their heavy fungal diet and obscure resemblance to pigs in Dec 4, …

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